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The Appraisal of Modern Public Records: Footnotes

by T. R. Schellenberg

Bulletins of the National Archives
Number 8 (October 1956)

Footnotes

Footnote 1 - Great Britain. Public Record Office, Principles governing the Elimination of Ephemeral or Unimportant Documents in Public or Private Archives (London, n.d.), p. 1. Return to Document Text

Footnote 2 - Great Britain. P.R.O., Guide to the Public Records, Introductory (London, 1949), pt. 1, p. 6. See also Hilary Jenkinson, A Manual of Administration, p. 11 (2d ed., London, 1937). Return to Document Text

Footnote 3 - The analysis of German appraisal standards is based on Wolfgang Leesch (ed.), Adolf Brenneke, Archivkunde: ein Beitrag zur Theorie und Geschichte des europaischen Archivwesens, p. 38-43 (Leipzig, 1953). Return to Document Text

Footnote 4 - Great Britain. P.R.O., Principles governing the Elimination . . ., p. 1-2. Return to Document Text

Footnote 5 - Paul Hasluck, "Problems of Research on Contemporary Official Records," Historical Studies: Australia and New Zealand, vol.5, No. 17, p. 5 (Nov.1951). Return to Document Text

Footnote 6 - C. E. W. Bean, "Australia's Federal Archives," ibid., vol. 3, No. 11, p. 183 (Nov. 1947). Return to Document Text

Footnote 7 - Leesch-Brenneke, Archivkunde, p.40. Return to Document Text

Footnote 8 - National Office of Vital Statistics, Vital Statistics in the United States, 1950, 1:2-12 (Washington, 1954). Return to Document Text

Footnote 9 - Article on the "Torrens System," Encyclopedia Americana, 26:708-709 (New York, Chicago, 1936). Return to Document Text

Footnote 10 - P. J. Frederico, "Origin and Early History of Patents," Journal of the Patent Office Society, 11:294 (July 1929). Return to Document Text

Footnote 11 - P. J. Frederico, "Colonial Monopolies and Patents," ibid., 11:360 (Aug. 1929). Return to Document Text

Footnote 12 - Wallace B. Goebel. "Corporation Tax Returns," memorandum to Director, Records Management Division, Mar. 28, 1956 (MS. in National Archives). Return to Document Text

Footnote 13 - W. J. Wilson, "Analysis of Government Records: An Emerging Profession," Library Quarterly, 16:14 (Jan. 1946). Return to Document Text

Footnote 14 - "Proceedings of the Second Annual Conference of Archivists," American Historical Association, Annual Report, 1910, p. 312. Return to Document Text

Footnote 15 - Lyle J. Holverstott, "The General Accounting Office Accession: Its History and Significance," National Archives Accessions, No. 52 (Feb. 1956), p. 1-11. Return to Document Text


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