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Accessions and Openings for the 4th quarter
FY 2009


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Washington, DC, Area

Declassifications

General Records of the Department of Commerce (Record Group 40)
18.309 cubic feet
Program Operation Files, 1984–84; Technology Subject Files, 1978–80; Numerical Files, 1913–55; Operation Alert Subject Files, 1950–61; Administrative History Files, 1964–69; Program Policy Subject Files, 1971–75.

Records of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (Record Group 52)
15.12 cubic feet
Naval Hospital Histories, 1955–78.

General Records of the Department of the Treasury (Record Group 56)
16.743 cubic feet
Chronological Files, 1971–72; Correspondence Files, 1975–76 Mail Log, 1976–77; Policy Papers, 1963–64; Subject Files Relating to International Economic Development Organizations, 1969–81.

Records of Internal Revenue Service (Record Group 58)
55.946 cubic feet
Reading Files, 1988; Minutes and Briefings Relating to Projects, 1989–92; Minutes of the Automation Policy Board, 1982–87; Information Systems Policy Board Quarterly Status Reports, 1989–92; Information Systems Policy Board Briefings, Presentations and Related Records, 1989–93; Records Relating to the Tax Administration System (TAS), 1989–90; Information Systems Files, 1989–90; Reports, Studies and Related Records, 1989–92; Reports and Records Concerning the Tax Filing Season, 1989–94; Reference Files, 1988–93; Manuals, Handbooks and Related Publications, 1988–89; Publications, 1989–95; Subject Files, 1987–90; Reading Files, 1989–91; Records Relating to Automatic Data Processing (ADP) Systems, 1989–94; Records Relating to Computing Systems, 1989–90; Records Relating to Information Systems, 1988–93; Records Relating to Information Systems Reorganizations, 1971–85; Records Relating to MITRE Projects, 1989–93; Charles R. Kinzie Files, 1987–89; Records Relating to Tax Systems Redesign, 1974–92; Records Relating to the Equipment Replacement Program (ERP), 1976–89; Records Relating to the Information Systems Budget, 1989–91; Project Files, 1989–93.

General Records of the Department of State (Record Group 59)
43.377 cubic feet
Foreign Gifts and Donations Files, 1934–66; Conference and Committee Files, 1942–48; Records Relating to Latin America, 1943–61; National Security Study Memorandums, 1972–76; Subject Files, 1959–66; Subject and Country Files, 1962–75; Verification Panel Memorandums, 1971–76; Subject Files Pertaining to Fishery and Coast Guard Law Enforcement, 1973–80.

Records of the Foreign Service Posts of the Department of State (Record Group 84)
90.216 cubic feet
Unclassified Subject Files, 1966–75; Classified Central Subject Files, 1949–77; Classified Central Subject Files, 1962–75; Classified Central Subject Files, 1964–67; Classified Central Subject Files, 1964–68; Classified Central Subject Files, 1967–75.

Records of the Agency for International Development (Record Group 286)
33.768 cubic feet
Classified Vietnam Subject Files, 1961–67.

Records of Naval Operating Forces (Record Group 313)
44.157 cubic feet
General Administrative and Correspondence Files, 1949–60.

Records of the Army Staff (Record Group 319)
101.448 cubic feet
Course Files, 1945–54; Permanent Retention Files, 1918–63; Records Relating to Psychological Operations (PSYOP) in the Vietnam War, 1964–74.

Records of Headquarters United States Air Force (Air Staff) (Record Group 341)
17.136 cubic feet
Mission Correspondence Files, 1973–74.

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Electronic Records

Records of the Bureau of the Census (Record Group 29)
16,885,333 logical data records
American Community Survey: Public Use Microdata Sample Files, 2003–2006 (9,627,103 logical data records); American Housing Survey: National Microdata Files, 2003 (Revised) (364,632 logical data records); Current Population Survey, Topical Supplement Files, March/April 2006, August 2007, and September 2007 (491,676 logical data records); and Foreign Trade Statistics, 2006 and 2007 (6,401,922 logical data records). Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Bureau of Land Management (Record Group 49)
40 logical data records
Nevada State Office, Areas of Critical Environmental Concern and District Boundaries Files, 1998–2007. Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Agricultural Marketing Service (Record Group 136)
3 logical data records
Federal Pesticide Annual Summary, 2006–2008. Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Tennessee Valley Authority (Record Group 142)
645,731 logical data records
Human Resources Information System (HRIS) Annual Snapshots for 1998, 1999, and 2001–2007. Materials partially restricted. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Army Staff (Record Group 319)
4 logical data records
Army Training Requirements and Resources System (ATRRS), FY 2008 (4 logical data records). Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Office of the Secretary of Defense (Record Group 330)
281,265 logical data records
Military Assistance Program (MAP) Files, FY 2008. Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the National Agricultural Statistics Service (Record Group 355)
63 logical data records
Committees, Boards and Conferences Files: Advisory Committee on Agricultural Statistics Files, 2007 (7 logical data records) and Data Publications, 1997–2007 (56 logical data records). Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the U.S. Naval Academy (Record Group 405)
77,385 logical data records
Midshipman Records, Class of 2003. Materials restricted. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Environmental Protection Agency (Record Group 412)
50,833,725 logical data records
Crandon Mine Hydrological Simulation Program Files, 1977–2004 (27,789 logical data records) and Hazardous Waste Report Data Files, 1989–97 (50,805,936 logical data records). Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

General Records of the Department of Education (Record Group 441)
4,470,560 logical data records
Academic Libraries Survey, 2006 (Restricted Use) (3,926 logical data records); High School and Beyond: Sophomore Cohort, 1980–92, Senior Cohort, 1980–86, and Postsecondary Education Transcript Study (2,836,332 logical data records); and Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System, 2007 (1,630,302 logical data records). Materials partially restricted. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Record Group 442)
3,928,213 logical data records
Linked Infant Birth and Death Data Files, 1985 (3,805,275 logical data records) and Fetal Death Data Files, 1982 and 1983 (122,938 logical data records). Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Office of Personnel Management (Record Group 478)
1,839,343 logical data records
Central Personnel Data File: Current Status Master File (Scrambled and Unscrambled Versions), Name-Social Security Number Crossreference File, and Standard Code Tables, FY 1998. Materials partially restricted. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Broadcasting Board of Governors (Record Group 517)
61,647 logical data records
Automated Index of [VOA] Tape Recordings, 1984–99. Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

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Special Media

Records of the Bureau of Ships (Record Group 19)
17 cubic feet
This series of Ship Engineering Drawings for the USS New Orleans (CA-32) 1930–38, consists of hull, electrical, machinery, and systems drawings for the heavy cruiser, the USS New Orleans. These drawings reflect the ship in her pre–World War II configuration. Subjects include the general arrangements of interior space, propulsion, insulation, ventilation, hull construction, berthing, rigging, airplane and boat handling, air systems, piping, mine and ammunition handling, decks, platforms, and hull lines. This is an accretion to the "Hull Series." NN3-181-06-001.

Records of the Bureau of Public Roads (Record Group 30)
153 cubic feet
This series, Federal Lands Highway Plans, 1926–70, consists of maps and plans for the construction of roads, bridges, and related public works on Federal lands. Included are project maps and drawings, including original right-of-way and as-constructed project tracings. Also included are structural diagrams, cross sections, traffic sign drawings, grading plans, drainage plans, surfacing and paving plans, parking area plans, and plans for repair work. Highways represented in this series include the Blue Ridge Parkway, the Colonial Parkway, the George Washington Parkway, the Mount Vernon Parkway, and the Pentagon Road Network. NN3-030-06-001.

Records of the Bureau of Prisons (Record Group 129)
30 cubic feet
These videos from Records of the Department of Justice, Bureau of Prisons, Information, Policy & Public Affairs (IPPA), 1960– , document the work of prison personnel. NN3-129-09-001 (ARC 2867025).

Records of the Office of the Secretary of Defense (Record Group 330)
1,272 cubic feet
Records of the Department of Defense, Defense Visual Information Center (DVIC) Department of the Army, Edited Motion Picture Films, 1945–95. This accession (1,270 cubic feet) includes motion picture films and accompanying production files created by the Army. NN3-330-07-015.

Records of the Department of Defense, Joint Advertising Market Research and Studies (JAMRS), 2000–2002. This accession (2 cubic feet) includes DVCPRO videos and CD recordings made for Todays.Military.com web site. NN3-330-09-017 (ARC 2580103).

Records of the Broadcasting Board of Governors (Record Group 517)
2,592 cubic feet
This accession of Voice of America Radio Programs, 1984–99, consists of audio recordings of radio programs, speeches, and special events acquired by the Voice of America. NN3-517-09-002.

Records of the United States Army Material Command (Record Group 544)
75 cubic feet
This series of Research and Development Engineering Drawings of Military Vehicles, 1950–62, consists of engineering drawings for various military transport vehicles and trailers produced by private manufactures under contract with the U.S. military. The drawings represent the research and development phase of design and range from a few dozen to over a thousand drawings per manufacture. Types of drawings include assembly and installation plans, wiring diagrams, schematic and concept drawings, detail plans of individual parts, and part lists. Examples of vehicles include the M274 Mule Cargo Carrier, the Goer Vehicle, the T116 Cargo Carrier, and 2.5-ton and 8-ton supply trucks. Partially processed. NN3-338-93-004B.

German Third Reich World War II Newsreels and Propaganda Films, ca. 1930s (Donated Materials DM-HALLE)
1 cubic foot
These donated films cover German news and military events of the 1930s. NN3-HALLE-09-001.

German Third Reich World War II Monthly Newsreels, 1936–39 (Donated Materials DM-ARNBG)
1.5 cubic feet
These donated films consist of monthly newsreels on rare Ozaphan film base and show prominent members of the Reich, as well as general news events. NN3-ARNBG-09-001.

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Regional Archives

Anchorage   |   Atlanta   |   Boston   |   Chicago   |   Denver   |   Fort Worth   |   Kansas City   |   Laguna Niguel   |   New York City   |   Philadelphia   |   San Francisco   |   Seattle

All records are open for research unless noted otherwise.

National Archives at Anchorage
Contact archival operations, 907-261-7820.

Records of the General Services Administration (Record Group 121)
1 linear foot, 2 linear inches
Public Building Service Contract Drawings, 1953–63.

Records of the Bureau of Land Management (Record Group 49)
7 linear feet, 11 linear inches
Alaska State Office Instruction Memorandums, 1980 (1 linear feet, 9 linear inches). Alaska State Office Right-of-Way Case Files, 1980–82 (6 linear feet, 2 linear inches).

National Archives at Atlanta
Contact archival operations, 770-968-2100.

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
115 cubic feet
Federal Courts in Alabama:
Southern District of Alabama, Mobile Division, Criminal Case Files, 1969–70.

Federal Courts in Mississippi:
Southern District of Mississippi: Biloxi Division, General Orders, 1959–94.
Southern District of Mississippi, Hattiesburg Division, General Index, 1956–92; General Minutes, 1938–67; General Orders, 1959–82; Bankruptcy Minutes, 1938–67; Bankruptcy Dockets, 1957–77; Law Dockets, 1937–38; Civil Index, 1936–49; Civil Dockets, 1938–92; Civil Case Files, 1966–82; Criminal Judgments, 1939–57; Criminal Dockets, 1936–94; Naturalization Declarations, 1937–56; Naturalization Petitions, 1934–51; Naturalization Orders, 1937–42; Naturalization Certificate Stubs, 1937–51; U.S. Commissioner's Case Index, 1959–86; U.S. Commissioner's Dockets, 1939–82; Judge's and Magistrate's Appointment Index, 1958–91; Attorney's Rolls, 1938–56.

Records of the United States Coast Guard (Record Group 26)
7 cubic feet
USCG Training Center, Yorktown, VA, Records of the Savannah Oil Spill, 1994.

Records of the Federal Bureau of Prisons (Record Group 129)
10 cubic feet
Atlanta Federal Penitentiary, Inmate Index Cards, 1903–73.

Records of the Tennessee Valley Authority (Record Group 142)
21 cubic feet
River System Operations, Recreation Resources Map Files, 1970–99.

Records of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Record Group 255)
105 cubic feet
John F. Kennedy Space Center, Center Director's Files, 1960–79; Center Deputy Director's Files, 1960–79.

Records of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (Record Group 370)
5 cubic feet
National Hurricane Center, Tropical Storm Wallets, 1969.

National Archives at Boston
Contact archival operations, 781-663-0121 or 866-406-2379.
No report this quarter.

National Archives at Chicago
Contact archival operations, 773-948-9001.
No report this quarter.

National Archives at Denver
Contact archival operations, 303-407-5740.

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
310 cubic feet
District of Colorado (Denver) Docket Sheets, 1976–79; Naturalization Records, 1973–86; Docket Sheets, 1975–83, Criminal Case Files, 1981–85.
District of Montana (Billings) Criminal Case Files, 1974–79; (Butte) Civil Case Files, 1970–83; Criminal Case Files, 1970–83; (Great Falls) Civil Case Files, 1977–82; Criminal Case Files, 1978–82.
District of South Dakota (Pierre) Criminal Case Files, 1979–81; Civil Case Files, 1979–80; (Rapid City) Criminal Case Files, 1979–81; Civil Case Files, 1979–81; (Sioux Falls) Criminal Case Files, 1974–81; Civil Case Files, 1979–81.
District of Utah (Salt Lake City) Docket Sheets, 1970–78.

Records of the Bureau of Land Management (Record Group 49)
24 cubic feet
New Mexico State Office. Patent application registers, 1869–1945; townsite tract books, 1880–1943; index to departmental letters received, 1904–05; contracts for cadastral surveys, 1909–12.
Colorado State Office. Directive masters, 1987–88; patent applications, 1977–78; patent case files, 1973–78.

Records of the Forest Service (Record Group 95)
2 cubic feet
Black Hills National Forest (Custer, SD) significant case files, 2001–2002.

Records of the Bureau of Reclamation (Record Group 115)
23 cubic feet
Lower Colorado Regional Office (Boulder City, NV). Water resource management policy records, 1989–2006; repayment contracts, 1978–98; technical reports, 1987–97.q Technical Service Center (Denver, CO). Records relating to cooperative management programs, 1970–98.
Upper Colorado Regional Office (Salt Lake City, UT). Records relating to water rights, 1956–84.

Records of the U.S. Air Force Academy (Record Group 461)
3 cubic feet
U.S. Air Force Academy (Colorado Springs, CO). Records of staff meetings and conferences, 1955–83; budget development records, 1980–83; record set of publications, 1982–83.

National Archives at Fort Worth
Contact archival operations, 817-831-5620.

Records of the United States Coast Guard (Record Group 26)
8 cubic feet
U.S. Coast Guard TRACEN, Records relating to New Orleans oil spill, 1999.

Records of the Federal Property Resources Service (Record Group 291)
12 cubic feet
Region VII, Dallas-Fort Worth Office, real property disposal case files, 1983.

National Archives at Kansas City
Contact archival operations, 816-268-8013.
No report this quarter.

Laguna Niguel— NARA's Pacific Region
Contact archival operations, 949-360-2641.
No report this quarter.

National Archives at New York City
Contact archival operations, 212-401-1620 or 866-840-1752.

Records of the District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
56 cubic feet

Federal Courts in New York:
U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York.
Index to Bankruptcy Case Files, 1867–1935 (1 cubic foot).
Index to Bankruptcy Case Files, 1900–30 (5 cubic feet).
Index to Bankruptcy Case Files, 1931–55 (7 cubic feet).
Index to Bankruptcy Case Files, 1952–87 (24 cubic feet).
Index to Bankruptcy Case Files, 1952–87 (fiche) (1 cubic foot).

Federal Courts in Puerto Rico:
U.S. District Court for the District of Puerto Rico.
Petitions for Naturalization, 1972–85 (18 cubic feet).

Records of the United States Coast Guard (Record Group 26)
29 cubic feet
Vessel Folders, 1988 and prior (Marine Inspection Office, New York, NY) (17 cubic feet).
Log Books, 1978 (Marine Inspection Office, New York, NY) (12 cubic feet).

Records of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (Record Group 311)
1 cubic foot
Reading/Chronological Files, October 1987–September 1988 (1 cubic foot).

National Archives at Philadelphia
Contact archival operations, 215-606-0112.

Records of the United States Coast Guard (Record Group 26)
6 cubic feet
Radio Logs, 1999–2005; Search & Rescue & Boarding Logs, 1997–2005; Search & Rescue Case Files, 2003–2005; Underway Log, 2005–2006; Fuel Log, 2005.

Records of the United States Bankruptcy Courts (Record Group 578)
31 cubic feet
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Reading Division. Dockets, 1969–88.

National Archives at San Francisco
Contact archival operations, 650-238-3501.

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
324 cubic feet

Federal Courts in California:
Northern District, San Jose; Criminal Case Files, 1978–82; Criminal Case Files, 1975–83; Civil Case Files, 1977–83.
Northern District, San Francisco; Civil Case Files, 1970–83; Civil Case Files, 1977–83; Naturalization Petitions, 1978–83; Naturalization Petitions, 1981–91.
Eastern District, Sacramento; Civil Case Files, 1976–83; Criminal Case Files, 1980–83.
Eastern District, Fresno; Civil Case Files, 1974–83; Criminal Case Files, 1981–83.

Federal Courts in Nevada:
District of Nevada, Reno; Criminal Case Files, 1974–83; Civil Case Files, 1974–83.

Federal Courts in Hawaii:
District of Hawaii, Honolulu; Civil Case Files, 1978–83; Civil Case Files, 1977–83.

Records of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Record Group 22)
2 cubic feet
Sacramento Field Office, Project Files, 1992–98; Project Files, 1970–98.

General Records of the Department of Justice (Record Group 60)
39 cubic feet
San Francisco Organized Crime Strike Force. Anti-Racketeer Act Case Files, 1975–78.

Records of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Record Group 100)
4 cubic feet
San Francisco Office, Fatality and Catastrophe Reports, 1987–88.

Records of Naval Districts and Shore Establishments (Record Group 181)
19 cubic feet
Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California. General Correspondence, 1978.

Records of the United States Courts of Appeals (Record Group 276)
281 cubic feet
Ninth Circuit, San Francisco. Appeal Case files and briefs, 1975–83.

Records of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (Record Group 280)
20 cubic feet
San Francisco Office, Dispute Mediation and Technical Assistance Case Files, 1979; Case File Control Cards, 1979.

Records of the Records of the United States Bankruptcy Courts (Record Group 578)
65 cubic feet

Federal courts in California:
Eastern District, Fresno; Bankruptcy Real Property Proceedings, 1983.
Northern District, San Jose; Bankruptcy Closed Adversary Case Files, 1980–84; Bankruptcy Docket Sheets, 1980–83.

Federal courts in Hawaii:
District of Hawaii, Honolulu; Bankruptcy Real Property Proceedings, 1984–87.

National Archives at Seattle
Contact archival operations, 206-336-5115.

Records District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
361 cubic feet
Federal District and Bankruptcy Courts in Idaho (19 cubic feet):
United States District Court, District of Idaho: Criminal Case Files, 1988.
United States Bankruptcy Court, District of Idaho: Adversary Proceedings, 1979–83. Records are open except for sealed documents.

Federal District and Bankruptcy Courts in Oregon (76 cubic feet):
United States District Court, District of Oregon—Portland: Criminal Case Files—Selected, 1983–88; Criminal Docket Books, 1968–83. Records are open except for sealed documents.
United States Bankruptcy Court, District of Oregon—Portland, Adversary Proceedings, 1981–83; Bankruptcy Docket Books, 1978–83.

Federal District and Bankruptcy Courts in Washington (266 cubic feet):
United States District Court, Western District of Washington—Seattle: Judgment and Order Books, 1981–83; Court Minute Books—Civil, 1983; Civil Case Files—Selected, 1973–88.
United States District Court, Western District of Washington—Tacoma: Judgment Dockets, 1890–73; Criminal Case Files-Selected, 1981–87; Civil Case Files—Selected, 1982–88.
United States Bankruptcy Court, Western District of Washington—Tacoma: Bankruptcy Case, 1980–83.

Records of the United States Coast Guard, (Record Group 26)
1 cubic foot
Thirteenth Coast Guard District: Merchant Marine Logbooks (terminating in Portland, Oregon), 1976–78.

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Presidential Libraries

Accessions Openings

ACCESSIONS

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library

Documents and printed materials related to FDR's death, including a reminiscence by the mortician at the Patterson Funeral Home in Atlanta, GA, that prepared FDR's body at Warm Springs, and copies of documents and printed materials related to the establishment by the Civilian Conservation Corps of Fahnestock, Norrie, and Glen State Parks in New York.

Audiovisual acquisitions this quarter included film of FDR's visit to Cartagena, Colombia, on July 10, 1934. Also received was a copy of Fox Movietone newsreel clips and outtakes of FDR's State of the Union radio address of January 11, 1944, in which he declares a "Second Bill of Rights" on economic matters. This footage recently appeared in Michael Moore's film Capitalism: A Love Story and was donated to the library by the University of South Carolina Newsfilm Archive through Mr. Moore's production company Front Street Productions, LLC.

Harry S. Truman Library

Papers of John Saucer, consisting of printed material, correspondence, and articles relating to his research into the military career of Harry S. Truman, less than one foot.

Accretion to the Arthur Ginsburg Papers and several small accretions to the Miscellaneous Historical Documents Collection, all of which have been opened for research.

Dwight D. Eisenhower Library

Communiqués of the Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force, 1944–45.

Additional papers of Frederic Fox, 1967.

Additional papers of Richard Gabel, 1972–79.

John F. Kennedy Library

Addition to the personal papers of Ronald Linton. Letters, newspapers, and an article draft relating to donor's involvement in Senator John F. Kennedy's Presidential campaign. 0.025 cubic foot. Closed.

Personal papers of John W. Gibson, Assistant Director for Development Planning, USAID Mission to Panama. Memos 1967–69, copies of documents created by donor and other Peace Corps Volunteers, photographs, and an article written by the donor regarding his experience as a PCV in Panama. 0.504 cubic feet. Closed.

Accretion to the Personal Papers of Edward M. Kennedy. Condolence books signed by visitors to the John F. Kennedy Library during and after Edward M. Kennedy's wake. 2.016 cubic feet. Closed.

Accretions to the Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Collection, including the papers of Rich Schneider, the papers of Lila Gardner, 0.050 cubic feet; and oral history interviews with:

  • Howard Elegant (Colombia, 1964–66)
  • Kermit Krueger (Thailand, 1963–65)
  • Susan Luccini (1961–63)
  • Barbara-Jean Payne Janes (Pakistan, 1961–63)
  • Stefan Goodwin (Nigeria, 1965–67)
  • (Wilma) Ann Robinson (Dominican Republic, 2000–2002)
  • William W. Thompson (Colombia, 1965–67)
  • Bernadette Spanuello Thompson (Colombia, 1965–67)
  • David Gittelman (Zaire, 1982–84)
  • John W. Wilson (Nigeria, 1965–67)
  • Michael McQuestion (Philippines, 1974–77
  • )
  • Robert P. Criso (Nigeria, 1966–67 and Somalia, 1967–68)
  • Rudolf Reiblein (Nigeria, 1965–67)
  • Joseph A. Doucet (Nigeria, 1966–67 and Tanzania, 1967–68)
  • Kimiko Doherty (Honduras, 2003–2005)
  • H. William Batt (Thailand, 1962–64)
  • Adam Lutynski (Bolivia, 1966–68)
  • Joyce Bowden (Bolivia, 1963–66)
  • Kevin Burke (Nigeria, 1965–67)

Additions to the Miscellaneous Accessions Collection, including a packet of press materials relating to JFK's visit to Fliegerhorst Kaserne, June 25 1963; papers from Charlotte Evans including a receipt for a top hat made and sent to President-elect John F. Kennedy by William H. Schnautz (Hat Corporation of America); and papers from Marianne Steiner including two letters sent from Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis to Paul Steiner were accessioned, processed, and opened. 0.025 cubic feet. Open.

Lyndon Baines Johnson Library

The following oral history transcripts were accessioned and are available for research:

  • Bui Diem, South Vietnamese Ambassador to the United States 1968–72 and founder of the Saigon Post, 12 and 23 pages;
  • Myer "Mike" Feldman, Deputy Special Counsel to the President 1961–64, Special Counsel 1966–68, 5 pages;
  • Richard Stillwell, Chief of Staff for Generals Paul Harkins and William Westmoreland 1963–65, Commander U.S. Army Support Command, Military Assistance Command, Vietnam 1964, Commander XXIV Army Corps 1968–69, 26 pages;
  • Robert Finch, Administrative Assistant to Vice President Richard Nixon 1958–60, Lieutenant Governor of California 1967–69, Secretary of HEW 1969–70, Counselor to the president 1970–73, 11 and 21 pages.

Personal Papers of Elizabeth Wallace. Wallace was active in the Americans Abroad for Johnson campaign in 1964. This collection consists of a 37-page report of the committee and several voting cards. This collection is 0.028 cubic feet and is available for research.

Richard Nixon Library

A collection of materials from former White House staff member Douglas Hallett. The collection includes books, photographs, and documents from Mr. Hallett's time with the Nixon administration.

Three phonographs of radio DJ promotions during the 1970s.

Gerald R. Ford Library

Papers of Frederick Steeper, a Michigan-based political analyst with a long career in survey research and analysisThe accession consists of Republican Party polling data conducted for Presidential, gubernatorial, and congressional elections from 1989 through 2005, 74 cubic feet.

Accretions to the Frank Zarb Papers, Michael Moskow Papers, and Composite Grand Rapids Accessions collection.

The library also received copies of 34 DVD recordings of oral history interviews with former members of the Ford administration conducted by the Richard Nixon Presidential Library.

Jimmy Carter Library

Materials from Bruce Laingen. Mr. Laingen was the senior embassy officer for the U.S. Embassy in Tehran when the embassy was seized by Iranian student militants. Mr. Laingen and 51 other embassy staff remained hostage for 444 days.

Accretion to collection from President Carter's Office.

William J. Clinton Library

The Clinton Library accessioned approximately 4.308 cubic feet of textual material this quarter:

  • Mark Katz Collection, humor writer for the Clinton White House
  • Additions to the IMPAC Collection, documenting innovations in Arkansas education

George W. Bush Library

Additional gubernatorial/campaign materials of George W. Bush.

OPENINGS

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library

Papers of Raymond Moley, a Columbia University professor and a member of FDR's "Brains Trust." This small collection contains handwritten personal correspondence between Moley and his wife, 1930–57, speeches and writings, printed materials and newspaper clippings, approximately 500 pages.

Harry S. Truman Library

Papers of Sol Stolowy, President Truman's tailor. The Stolowy Papers consist of programs and other printed material relating to celebrations of Harry S. Truman's birthday and the annual presentations of the Harry S. Truman Good Neighbor Award, 5 linear inches.

Papers of Waldemar Nielsen, an official with the Department of Commerce, the Economic Cooperation Administration, and the Mutual Security Agency (1946–97). The Nielsen Papers consist of correspondence, printed material, reports, photographs, speeches, and other items concerning Nielsen's career, and especially his association with the Marshall Plan, approximately one foot.

Papers of Howard Sachs, a U.S. District Court Judge and friend of President Truman (1933–96). The Sachs Papers include correspondence from Bess and Margaret Truman to the Sachs family and information concerning the relationship between the two families. Portions of this collection were previously open for research as part of the Miscellaneous Historical Documents Collection, less than one foot.

Records of Guggenheim Productions, Inc., producers of a documentary film on the life of Harry S. Truman (1944–95). The Guggenheim records consist of transcripts of 37 interviews conducted by Charles Guggenheim in 1994 and 1995 for a documentary film on Truman's life, and related research materials, approximately one and a half feet.

Papers of Ben Nicks, a collector of material concerning the Enola Gay Controversy (1993–96). The Nicks Papers consist of newspaper and magazine articles, press releases, and correspondence related to the controversy surrounding the planned exhibit of the Enola Gay at the National Air and Space Museum, less than one foot.

Papers of E. Vernice Anderson, assistant to Ambassador Philip Jessup and to the Director of the National Science Foundation (1944–2001). The Anderson Papers consist of correspondence, newspaper clippings, reports, photographs, invitations, programs, sound recordings, and other material related to Anderson's service with the Department of State, the National Science Foundation, and the National Science Board, approximately five and a half feet.

Accretion to the Papers of Lowell Mason, a member of the Federal Trade Commission, consisting of clippings, speeches, photos, and printed material relating to his work with the commission.

Additional material in the Papers of James Webb, Under Secretary of State and Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. This material, consisting of personnel records, meeting agendas, travel vouchers, and biographical information, had been closed under the terms of the donor's deed of gift, approximately 100 pages.

Accretion to the Arthur Ginsburg Papers and several small accretions to the Miscellaneous Historical Documents Collection.

Dwight D. Eisenhower Library

Thousands of declassified documents providing additional insight into key foreign policy issues during the Eisenhower Presidency. The newly available records are from 16 Eisenhower Presidential Library manuscript collections, notably the papers of President Dwight D. Eisenhower, Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, the National Security Council, and General Lauris Norstad.

John F. Kennedy Library

Addition to the Personal Papers of John Kenneth Galbraith, Correspondence, memorandums, draft manuscripts of books and articles, reports, speeches, interviews, testimonies, and news clippings. Open in part.

Addition to the Personal Papers of Katherine Halle, journalist, author, socialite, Kennedy and Churchill family friend; radio broadcaster, WGAR (1938–42); executive, Office of Strategic Services (OSS) (1942–45); campaigner for Presidents Roosevelt and Kennedy. Correspondence, telegrams, manuscripts, photographs, campaign materials, interviews and transcripts of broadcasts on the Kennedy and Churchill families, political campaigning, and John F. Kennedy's inauguration, the Eminent Americans Program of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the restoration of Blair House, and honorary American citizenship for Winston Churchill. 125.828 cubic feet. Open in part.

Personal Papers of Stanley Karnow, journalist, author, Mao and China (1972). Subject files relating to the donor's work as a journalist and foreign correspondent in China. 39.82 cubic feet. Open in part.

Addition to the Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Collection, the papers of William Tuffin. 0.025 cubic foot. Open.

Three additions to the Miscellaneous Accessions Collection, 0.025 cubic feet. Open.

Lyndon B. Johnson Library

The oral history transcripts of Roman Pucinski, Fleur Cowles, William A. Reynolds, John H. Crooker, Bui Diem, Myer "Mike" Feldman, Richard G. Stilwell, and Robert H. Finch, 285 pages.

In addition to the oral history transcripts, library staff opened the recordings of the oral histories of Edward Re, Roman Pucinski and Richard Stilwell.

Papers of Morton Halperin, 4 boxes.

Office Files of Richard Goodwin, 12 boxes; Office Files of George Christian, 1 box; Office Files of Kenneth O'Donnell, 2 boxes; Office Files of Ervin Duggan, 2 boxes; Office Files of Ben Wattenberg, 6 boxes; Office Files of Horace Busby, 10 boxes; Office Files of Fred Panzer, 182 boxes.

White House Central Files, Subject File, PR, 2 boxes; White House Central Files, Subject File, PU, 4 boxes.

National Security File, Files of Harold Saunders, 3 boxes.

Records of the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders, 3 boxes.

Richard Nixon Library

Lorrin Koran collection, pertaining to Dr. Koran's work with the White House in developing a comprehensive policy regarding drug abuse in the United States.

Gerald R. Ford Library

National Security Adviser. Presidential Subject File, 1974–77. The collection includes material that was either addressed to President Ford or related to policy decisions, meetings, and issues in which he was involved. It is arranged by subject with the largest files concerning congressional relations, energy, foreign aid, military exercises, presidential determinations, SALT, and trade, approximately 9.6 feet.

Jimmy Carter Library

Additional Carter Family Papers—Rosalynn Carter Gubernatorial Correspondence Files and Rosalynn Carter's Gubernatorial Special Project and Events Files.

Chief of Staff—George Moffett Files.

Congressional Liaison— Ronna Freiberg Administration Files.

Domestic Policy Staff— R. D. Folsom, Thomas Lambrix, and Kitty Schirmer's Subject Files.

Ronald Reagan Library

Material opened in response to FOIA requests includes folders from the following collections: Administrative Office, Martin Anderson, Lee Atwater, Gary Bauer, Richard Beal, Mariam Bell, Morton Blackwell, Melvin Bradley, Patricia Mack Bryan, Judi Buckalew, Jack Burgess, Robert Carleson, Ty Cobb, Benedict Cohen, Sherrie Cooksey, Coordination Office, NSC, Counsel to the President: Appointee File, Counsel to the President: Investigations, Counsel to the President: Judicial Selection Files, Kenneth Cribb, Richard Davis, Executive Clerk: Bill Reports, Executive Secretariat: Agency File, Executive Secretariat: Cable File, Executive Secretariat: Country File, Executive Secretariat: NSDDs, Executive Secretariat: NSPGs, Executive Secretariat: Subject File, Executive Secretariat: System File, Executive Secretariat: VIP Visitors, Stephen Farrar, Fred Fielding, First Lady Office: Advance and Press, Alison Fortier, William Graham, Richard Hauser, William Henkel, Kevin Hopkins, Nancy Janes, Geoffrey Kemp, John Klenk, Virginia Knauer, Kathleen Koch, Linas Kojelis, David Laux, Ronald Lehman, James Lilley, Ian McDonald, Mari Maseng, Shellyn McCaffrey, Ed Meese, NSA: Chron File, M.B. Oglesby, Policy Development, Roger Porter, Public Affairs, Alan Raul, Robert Reilly, Nicholas Rostow, Peter Rusthoven, Mary Schnepper, Peter Sommer, Beryl Sprinkel, Jay Stephens, Carlton Turner, and David Waller.

Case files opened in response to FOIA requests include material from the following White House Office of Records Management subject files: CO111 (The Netherlands), CO125 (Philippines), FE005 (Management Improvement Program), FE010-01 (Access to Records), FG006-01 (White House Staff), FG006-14 (Office of Science and Technology Policy), FG024-09 (Maritime Administration), FG122 (EPA), FG207 (National Labor Relations Board), FG393 (President's Commission on Organized Crime), FG438 (Korean War Veterans Memorial Advisory Board), FG999 (Federal Agencies, Proposed), GI (Gifts), IS001 (Accident/Health Insurance), JL002 (Civil Matters), JL003 (Criminal Matters), MA020 (Freedom Awards), ME (Messages), PE001 (Federal Personnel Political Activities) and TN005 (Water Transportation).

FOIA topics covered include: Anti-Apartheid Act—Veto and Override; Canada; Catholic Outreach; Central States Pension Fund; China; Clinch River Breeder; Communications; Rudolph Giuliani; Iceland; the Iran-Iraq War; Investigations of Ed Meese, Lyn Nofziger, Theodore Olson, EPA-Superfund, James Jenkins, Melvyn Paisley, William French Smith, Richard Allen, and Michael Deaver; Judicial Selection; Judge Irving Kaufman; Korean War Veterans Memorial; Micronesia; the Middle East; Mobutu Sese Seko; Mozambique; Pharmaceutical Industry; Reform '88; Science Committees; Spain and NATO; Taiwan; Terrorist Plots & Attacks of the 1980s; Third World Hunger Relief; TWA 847 Hijacking; and Zaire.

George H. W. Bush Library

Records processed in response to the following Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request have been opened for research:

  • 2001-1703-F [1] (Korea—16,026 pages)
  • 2001-1996-F (Correspondence between various individuals—6,979 pages)
  • 2003-0371-F (16th Economic Summit of Industrialized Nations—30,598 pages)
  • 2003-0737-F [1] (Christian Coalition—1,185 pages)
  • 2003-1478-F (Media and White House relations—3,786 pages)
  • 2004-0742-F (Swedish Prime Minister Carl Bildt Visit, 2/20/92—411 pgs)
  • 2004-0744-F (Bjorn Borg 1989 White House Tennis Match—31 pages)
  • 2004-1211-F [1] (Robert T. Stafford—191 pages)
  • 2004-1443-F (S. 12 Cable Television Consumer Protection Act—599 pages)
  • 2007-0753-F (Advance Manuals—743 pages)
  • 2007-0768-F (John G. Rangos, Sr.—86 pages)
  • 2008-1027-F (CISET and Intellectual Property—20 pages)
  • 2009-0869-F (Alpha Files on Sonia Sotomayor—4 pages)

Records processed systematically from the following have been opened for research:

  • 2004-0608-S (WHORM Subject File ND016—3 pages)
  • 2004-0707-S (WHORM Subject File NR001—202 pages)
  • 2004-1047-S (WHORM subject File PR010—20 pages)
  • 2004-1258-S (WHORM subject File FG024 through FG024-09—4,613 pages)
  • 2004-1291-S (WHORM Subject File FG023 through FG023-07—3,115 pages)
  • 2004-2015-S (WHORM subject File JL002, JL002-01, JL002-02—276 pages)
  • 2005-0041-S (WHORM Subject File FG446—14 pages)
  • 2005-1217-S (WHORM Subject File FG006-04 through FG006-15—1,685 pages)
  • 2007-0640-S (Mary Beth Riordan Files—2,434 pages)

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