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Inventories, Preliminary Inventories, and Special Lists

Inventories and preliminary inventories provide researchers with series-level descriptions of the holdings of individual record groups in the National Archives. Each inventory and preliminary inventory also contains an administrative history of the agency that accumulated the records described.

Special lists describe in detail the contents of certain important record series or units of records of the same form or function. The special lists present information at the level of individual record items.

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Currently Available Inventories, Preliminary Inventories, and Special Lists
Inventories (by number)

2. Records of the United States Marine Corps, comp. by Maizie Johnson (1970), 90 pp. (RG 127).
Dates of records: 1798-1944
Size: 8" x 10.5"

3. Records of the Bureau of Insular Affairs, comp. by Richard S. Maxwell (1971), 40 pp. (RG 350).
The Bureau of Insular affairs was created to administer the customs and civil affairs of the islands acquired as a result of the Spanish-American War.
Dates of records: 1898-1945
Size: 8" x 10.5"

4. Records of the Hydrographic Office, comp. by Maizie Johnson and William J. Heynen (1971), 40 pp. (RG 37).
The Hydrographic Office was created to prepare maps, charts, and nautical books related to and required in navigation, and to publish and furnish them to navigators.
Dates of records: 1842-1970
Size: 8" x 10.5"

5. Records of the President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy, comp. by Marion M. Johnson (1973), 158 pp. (RG 272).
Otherwise known as the Warren Commission.
Dates of records: 1963-64
Size: 8.5" x 11"

6. Records of the War Manpower Commission, comp. by Charles Zaid (1973), 75 pp. (RG 211).
The War Manpower Commission was established in 1942 to ensure effective utilization of manpower during World War II.
Dates of records: 1942-45
Size: 8" x 10.5"

7. Records of the Office of Inter-American Affairs, comp. by Edwin D. Anthony (1973), 47 pp. (RG 229).
The OIAA was a special agency created in 1940 to coordinate the activities of the U.S. Government in Latin America as a result of long-range policy and emergency conditions.
Dates of records: 1940-46
Size: 8" x 10.5"

8. Records of the Public Land Law Review Commission, comp. By Richard C. Crawford (1973), 12 pp. (RG 409).
The commission was created to study laws relating to public land to produce recommendations to ensure that the lands be retained and managed or disposed of for maximum public benefit.
Dates of records: 1962-71
Size: 8" x 10.5"

9. Records of the American Commission To Negotiate Peace, comp. by Sandra K. Rangel (1974), 172 pp. (RG 256).
Concerned with the peace that concluded World War I.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

10. Records of the United States Strategic Bombing Survey, comp. by Marilla B. Guptil and John Mendelsohn (1975), 60 pp. (RG 243).
The strategic bombing survey was created to study the effects of the aerial attacks on Germany and Japan in order to assess the role of air power in the future of the armed forces.
Dates of records: 1944-45
Size: 8" x 10.5"

11. Records of the United States Naval Academy, comp. by Geraldine N. Phillips and Aloha South (1975), 57 pp. (RG 405).
Dates of records: 1845-1950
Size: 8" x 10.5"

12. Records of the National Capital Planning Commission, comp. by Dorothy S. Provine (1977), 31 pp. (RG 328).
The NCPC has extensive authority relating to the Federal elements of the planning and development of Washington, DC.
Dates of records: 1924-77
Size: 8" x 10.5"

14. Records of the Accounting Officers of the Department of the Treasury, comp. by William F. Sherman (1987), (RG 217).
These were the auditors and accountants in the Treasury who oversaw the expenditures of the various departments.
Available only on microfiche with hard-copy introduction.
Dates of records: 1789-1921
Size: 8.5" x 11"

15. Inventory of the General Records of the Department of State, 1789-1949, comp. by the Staff of the Office of the National Archives (1992), (RG 59).
Available only on microfiche with hard-copy introduction, table of contents, and index.
Size: 8.5" x 11"

16. Records of the Office of Public Buildings and Public Parks of the National Capital, comp. by Mary-Jane M. Dowd (1992), 172 pp. (RG 42).
Dates of records: 1925-33
Size: 8.5" x 11"

17. Inventory of the Records Office of the Secretary of War, comp. Maida H. Loescher (1999), 220 pp. (RG 107).
Dates of records: 1789-1947
Size: 8.5" x 11"

18. Inventory of the Naval Records Collection of the Office of Naval Records and Library, comp. Geraldine N. Phillips and Rebecca Livingston (2005), 326 pp. (RG 45).
Dates of Records: 1775-1945.
Size: 8.5" x 11"


Preliminary Inventories (by number)

4. War Labor Policies Board Records, comp. by Mary Livingston and Leo Pascal (1943), 22 pp. (RG 1).
During World War I coordinated the policies of various Government departments dealing with labor matters.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

7. Records of the Federal Trade Commission, comp. by Estelle Rebec (1948), 7 pp. (RG 122).
Investigates unfair business practices.
Dates of records: 1903-38
Size: 8" x 10.5"

10. Records of the Bureau of Yards and Docks, comp. by Richard G. Wood (1948), 28 pp. (RG 71).
Responsible for the shore establishments of the Navy.
Dates of records: 1842-1945
Size: 8" x 10.5"

11. Records of the Civilian Conservation Corps, comp. by Harold T. Pinkett (rev. by Douglas Helms, 1980), 16 pp. (RG 35).
The mission of the CCC was to provide work for unemployed youths and to a lesser extent for war veterans and Indians.
Dates of records: 1937-53
Size: 8" x 10.5"

12. Records of the Senate Committee on Appropriations: Subcommittee on Inquiry in re Transfer of Employees, 1942, comp.
by Theodore J. Cassady and Harold E. Hufford (1948), 8 pp. (RG 46).
Investigated which employees of civilian agencies of the Government might be transferred to the defense effort in World War II.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

14. Records of the United States Direct Tax Commissioner for the District of South Carolina (1948), 8 pp. (RG 58).
Provided for the collection of direct taxes in insurrectionary areas of the U.S. during and after the Civil War.
Dates of records: 1862-99
Size: 8" x 10.5"

15. Records of the War Production Board, comp. by Fred G. Halley and Josef C. James (1948), 59 pp. (RG 179).
In World War II, assured the most effective prosecution of war procurement and production.
Dates of records: 1939-47
Size: 8" x 10.5"

18. Records of the Forest Service, comp. by Harold T. Pinkett, rev. by Terry W. Good (1969), 23 pp. (RG 95).
Oversees National Forests.
Dates of records: 1882-1954
Size: 8" x 10.5"

19. Records of the Board of Investigation and Research - Transportation, comp. by Leo Pascal (1949), 12 pp.
Studied services of various types of transportation.
Dates of records: 1941-44
Size: 8" x 10.5"

20. Records of the Maritime Labor Board, comp. by Caroline W. Hiatt and Salvatore D. Nerboso (1949), 7 pp. (RG 157).
Encouraged collective bargaining between maritime workers and their employers.
Dates of records: 1938-42
Size: 8" x 10.5"

28. Records of the Retraining and Reemployment Administration, comp. By Thayer M. Boardman (1951), 17 pp. (RG 244).
Established in the Office of War Mobilization to assist both veterans and non-veterans.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

29. Records of the Foreign Economic Administration, comp. by H. Stephen Helton (1951), 180 pp. (RG 169).
Oversaw World War II economic operations designed to assist Allied nations and deny enemy nations materials produced in the United States.
Dates of records: 1939-45
Size: 8" x 10.5"

35. Records of the Office of Government Reports (1951), 106 pp. (RG 44).
Advised President Franklin Roosevelt of public opinion toward the Government.
Dates of records: 1933-1945
Size: 8" x 10.5"

37. Records of the Office for Agricultural War Relations, comp. by Harold T. Pinkett (1952), 19 pp. (RG 16).
Helped agriculture adjust to defense needs. Includes records of predecessor agencies.
Dates of records: 1940-43
Size: 8" x 10.5"

38. Climatological and Hydrological Records of the Weather Bureau, comp. by Harold T. Pinkett, Helen T. Finneran, and Katherine H. Davidson (1952), 76 pp. (RG 27).
Dates of records: ca. 1870-1943
Size: 8" x 10.5"

42. Records of the Senate Committee on Education and Labor: Subcommittee on Wartime Health and Education, 1943-46, comp. by George P. Perros (1952), 11 pp. (RG 46).
Investigated why 3 million men were declared unfit for military service in World War II.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

44. Records of the National Recovery Administration, comp. by Homer L. Calkin, Meyer H. Fishbein, and Leo Pascal (1952), 226 pp. (RG 9).
The National Recovery Administration was established in 1933 as part of the New Deal. It had four main goals: to spread work by decreasing hours; to increase consumer purchasing power by increasing total wage distribution; to eliminate unfair trade practices and reduce the severity of competition; and to eliminate child labor.
Dates of records: 1933-36
Size: 8" x 10.5"

45. Cartographic Records of the Federal Housing Administration, comp. by Charlotte Munchmeyer (1952), 57 pp. (RG 31).
The FHA's purpose is to stabilize the housing market and improve housing conditions. Its maps result from its surveying function.
Dates of records: 1934-42
Size: 8" x 10.5"

47. Records of the Court of Claims Section of the Department of Justice, comp. by Gaiselle Kerner and Ira M. Kellogg, Jr. (1952), 29 pp. (RG 205).
This section handled the Government's case defending claims brought against it.
Dates of records: 1868-1945
Size: 8" x 10.5"

50. Central Office Records of the National Resources Planning Board, comp. by Virgil E. Baugh (1953), 66 pp. (RG 187).
Studied natural resources and formulated plans for their effective use.
Dates of records: 1931-43.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

51. Records of the Office of Labor of the War Food Administration, comp. by Harold T. Pinkett (1953), 18 pp. (RG 224).
Dealt with farm labor problems during and immediately after World War II.
Dates of records: 1943-47
Size: 8" x 10.5"

53. Records of the Bureau of Agricultural Engineering, comp. by Nathan Reingold (1953), 28 pp. (RG 8).
Concerned with the application of civil and mechanical engineering to agriculture.
Dates of records: 1898-1939
Size: 8" x 10.5"

54. Records of the Office of Censorship, comp. by Henry T. Ulasek (1953), 16 pp. (RG 216).
Responsible for censorship during World War II.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

57. Records of the Federal Writers' Project, Work Projects Administration, 1935-44, comp. by Katherine H. Davidson (1953), 15 pp. (RG 69).
This project was created to give employment to white collar unemployed.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

58. Records of the United States Court of Claims, comp. by Gaiselle Kerner (1953), 31 pp. (RG 123).
Dates of records: 1855-1947
Size: 8" x 10.5"

59. Records of Certain Committees of the Senate Investigating the Disposal of Surplus Property, 1945-48, comp. by George P. Perros and Toussaint L. Prince (1953), 24 pp. (RG 46).
Investigated the disposal of surplus property from World War II.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

60. Records of Selected Foreign Service Posts, comp. By Alexander P. Mavro (1953), 51 pp. (RG 84).
Describes records of certain embassies and consulates.
Dates of records: 1807-1938
Size: 8" x 10.5"

65. Records of Certain Committees of the House of Representatives Investigating the Disposal of Surplus Property, 1946-48, comp. by George P. Perros (1954), 21 pp. (RG 233).
Investigated the disposal of surplus property from World War II.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

66. Records of the Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering, comp. by Harold T. Pinkett (1954), 49 pp. (RG 54).
Includes records of predecessor agencies.
Dates of records: 1881-1941
Size: 8" x 10.5"

67. Records of the Select Committee of the House of Representatives To Investigate Air Accidents, 1941-43, comp. by George P. Perros (1954), 13 pp. (RG 233).
Investigated commercial air crashes during 1940-41.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

70. Records of the Select Committee of the House of Representatives on Post-War Military Policy, 1944-46, comp. by George P. Perros (1954), 6 pp. (RG 233).
Size: 8" x 10.5"

71. Records of the Select Committee of the House of Representatives Investigating National Defense Migration, 1940-43, comp. by George P. Perros (1954), 30 pp. (RG 233).
Studied the migration of persons seeking employment in agriculture and industry and the dislocations this caused.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

72. Records of the Wage Adjustment Board, comp. by Leonard Rapport (1954), 9 pp. (RG 236).
During World War II and for 18 months afterwards this was the wage stabilization agency for the construction industry.
Dates of records: 1941-47
Size: 8" x 10.5"

73. Cartographic Records of the United States Marine Corps, comp. by Charlotte M. Ashby (1954), 17 pp. (RG 127).
Includes administrative maps, maps of Corps while serving in foreign lands during peacetime, and maps of the 4th Brigade in France during World War I.
Dates of records: 1906-40
Size: 8" x 10.5"

74. Records of the Joint Congressional Aviation Policy Board, 1947-48, comp. by Watson G. Caudill and George P. Perros (1954), 26 pp. (RG 128).
Concerned with the preparedness of the military air forces and the threatened bankruptcy of the aircraft industry and the civil air carriers.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

75. Records of the Senate Committee on Interstate Commerce: Subcommittee to Investigate Interstate Railroads 1935-43, comp. by Albert U. Blair and John W Porter (1945), 10 pp. (RG 46).
Investigated railroad financing.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

77. Records of the War Relocation Authority, comp. by Estelle Rebec and Martin Rogin (1955), 45 pp. (RG 210).
Relocated persons of Japanese descent from the West coast during World War II.
Dates of records: 1941-46
Size: 8.5" x 11"

78. Records of the National War Labor Board (World War II), comp. by Estelle Rebec (1955), 188 pp. (RG 202).
Lists records of the Defense Mediation Board, the National War Labor Board, and the National Wage Stabilization Board, which were established successively in 1941-45 to maintain defense and wartime production by preventing or settling labor disputes.
Dates of records: The records in this Preliminary inventory extend to 1947.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

79. Records of the Commission of Fine Arts, comp. by Richard S. Maxwell (rev. by Dorothy S. Provine, 1976), 85 pp. (RG 66).
Created to advise the Government on matters of art and architecture.
Dates of records: 1910-55
Size: 8" x 10.5"

80. Records of the Military Affairs Committee of the House of Representatives Relating to an Investigation of the War Department, 1934-36, comp. by George P. Perros (1955), 21 pp. (RG 233).
Related to profiteering and the disposal of surplus property.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

81. Cartographic Records of the Office of the Secretary of the Interior, comp. by Laura E. Kelsay (1955), 9 pp. (RG 48).
Includes general cartographic records, records of Pacific Railroad surveys, and records of the Pacific Wagon Road Office.
Dates of records: 1853-1915
Size: 8" x 10.5"

83. Records of the Extension Service, comp. by Virgil E. Baugh (1955), 37 pp. (RG 33).
The extension service extended the knowledge and techniques of agriculture and home economics to farmers and their families.
Dates of records: 1888-1947
Size: 8" x 10.5"

84. Records of the Select Committee of the House of Representatives To Investigate Acts of Executive Agencies Beyond the Scope of Their Authority, 1943-46, comp. by George P. Perros (1955), 64 pp. (RG 233).
Received complaints, particularly about actions of the Office of Price Administration, the War Production Board, and the National War Labor Board, and primarily about their effects on business.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

85. Cartographic Records of the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, comp. by Charlotte M. Ashby (1955), 17 pp. (RG 38).
Includes records of Naval forces in European waters, 1917-19; records of fleets vessels and squadrons 1907-18; and records of the Office of Naval Intelligence.
Dates of records: 1885-1945
Size: 8" x 10.5"

87. Records of the Office of the Pardon Attorney, comp. by Gaiselle Kerner (1955), 13 pp. (RG 204).
In the Department Justice, prepared cases for the President to consider for pardons or commutations of sentences.
Dates of records: 1853-1948
Size: 8" x 10.5"

90. Records of the United States Antarctic Service, comp. by Charles Dewing and Laura E. Kelsay, (1955), 59 pp. (RG 126).
Carried out the official Antarctic expedition of 1939-41.
Dates of records: 1939-43
Size: 8" x 10.5"

91. Cartographic Records of the Panama Canal, comp. by James Berton Rhoads (1956), 72 pp. (RG 185).
Includes maps of the proposed Nicaragua route.
Dates of records: 1881-1941
Size: 8" x 10.5"

94. Records of the Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine, comp. by Harold T. Pinkett (1956), 24 pp. (RG 7).
This Bureau was established within the Department of Agriculture in 1934. It was concerned with controlling plant diseases.
Dates of records: 1878-1947
Size: 8" x 10.5"

95. Records of the Price Department of the Office of Price Administration, comp. by Meyer H. Fishbein, Walter W. Weinstein, and Allen W. Winthrop (1956), 272 pp. (RG 188).
Responsible for controlling prices during World War II.
Dates of records: 1941-46
Size: 8" x 10.5"

96. Records of the House of Representatives Select Committee to Investigate Real Estate Bondholders' Reorganizations, 1934-1938, comp. by José D. Lizardo (1956), 14 pp. (RG 233).
Looked for instances of cheating small bondholders.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

98. Records of the Central Bureau of Planning and Statistics, comp. by Gaiselle Kerner (1957), 15 pp. (RG 51).
World War I agency set up to track the progress of the war programs.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

100. Records of the War Trade Board, comp. by Alexander P Mavros (1957), 49 pp. (RG 182).
Regulated the foreign trade of the United States during World War I.
Dates of records: 1917-21
Size: 8" x 10.5"

101. War Department Collection of Confederate Records, comp. by Elizabeth Bethel (1957), 310 pp. (RG 109).
Lists Confederate records that came into Federal hands during and after the Civil War through capture, donation, or copying.
Dates of records: 1861-65
Size: 8" x 10.5"

103. Cartographic Records of the Bureau of the Census, comp. by James Berton Rhoads and Charlotte M. Ashby (1958), 108 pp. (RG 29).
Maps, atlases, and map-illustrated publications.
Dates of records: 1860-1957
Size: 8" x 10.5"

104. Records of the Bureau of Agricultural Economics, comp. by Vivian Wiser (1958), 212 pp. (RG 83).

105. Records of the Coast and Geodetic Survey, comp. by Nathan Reingold (1958), 83 pp. (RG 23).
The Coast and Geodetic Survey, which was in existence from 1807-1965, surveyed and charted the coasts of the U.S. and possessions; studied tides and currents; compiled aeronautical charts; and conducted scientific research on terrestrial magnetism, gravity and seismology.
Dates of records: 1807-1952
Size: 8" x 10.5"

107. Records of the Appropriations Committee of the House of Representatives: Subcommittee on the Works Progress Administration, 1939-41, comp. by George P. Perros (1958), 14 pp. (RG 233).
The WPA was a New Deal program to create jobs through public works projects. These hearings were in response to criticisms of the program.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

108. Records of the House of Representatives Select Committee of Inquiry into Operations of the United States Air Services, 1924-25, comp. by George P. Perros (1958), 10 pp. (RG 233).
Investigated charges of corruption and its effect on air defense.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

109. Records of the Bureau of Reclamation, comp. by Edward E. Hill (1958), 27 pp. (RG 115).
The Bureau has the basic objectives of conserving land and water resources through the irrigation of desert lands and preventing areas from becoming deserts because of water shortages. It also manages the production of hydroelectric power from dams.
Dates of records: 1902-55
Size: 8" x 10.5"

110. Records of the Public Buildings Service, comp. by W. Lane Van Neste and Virgil E. Baugh (1958), 108 pp. (RG 121).
PBS designs, constructs, manages, and protects most Federally owned or leased buildings.
Dates of records: 1852-1943
Size: 8" x 10.5"

111. Records of the Select Committee of the House of Representatives on Foreign Aid, 1942-48, comp. by George P. Perros (1954), 8 pp. (RG 233).
This committee studied and made recommendations concerning the needs of foreign nations for relief or economic rehabilitation.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

112. Records of the Commodity Exchange Authority, comp. by Stanley W. Brown and Virgil E. Baugh (1959), 33 pp. (RG 180).
Regulated trading on commodity exchanges.
Dates of records: 1922-42
Size: Size: 8" x 10.5"

115. Records of the Foreign Broadcast Intelligence Service, comp. by Walter W. Weinstein (1959), 53 pp. (RG 262).
Monitored propaganda broadcasts to friendly nations during World War II.
Dates of records: 1940-45
Size: 8" x 10.5"

116. Records of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York (1959), 68 pp. (RG 21).
Dates of records: 1798-1921
Size: 8" x 10.5"

118. Records of the Farmers Home Administration, comp. by Stanley W. Brown and Virgil E. Baugh (1959), 62 pp. (RG 96.
Aided low income rural families. Includes records of predecessor agencies.
Dates of records: 1933-44
Size: 8" x 10.5"

120. Records of the Enforcement Department of the Office of Price Administration, comp. by Meyer H. Fishbein and Betty R. Bucher (1959), 65 pp. (RG 188)
Enforced price controls, rent controls, and rationing during World War II.
Dates of records: 1941-45
Size: 8" x 10.5"

121. Records of the Shipbuilding Stabilization Committee, comp. by Leo Pascal (1958), 40 pp. (RG 254).
Set up to promote employment stability within the shipbuilding industry during World War II.
Dates of records: 1940-47
Size: 8" x 10.5"

122. Records of the Collector of Customs Puget Sound District in the Federal Records Center, Seattle, Washington., comp. by Elmer W. Lingard (1960), 18 pp. (RG 36 and RG 41).
Dates of records: 1851-1913
Size: 8" x 10.5"

124. Records of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, comp. by Marion M. Johnson (1960), 44 pp. (RG 21).
Dates of records: Most records date from 1790-1911
Size: 8" x 10.5"

125. Records of the Public Works Administration, comp. by L. Evans Walker (1960), 32 pp. (RG 135).
The PWA administered a program of Federal and non-Federal public works by means of loans and grants. A New Deal agency.
Dates of records: 1933-47
Size: 8" x 10.5"

126. Records of the Government of the Virgin Islands of the United States, comp. by H. Donn Hooker (1960), 31 pp. (RG 55).
The U.S. Virgin Islands were the former Danish West Indies. They were purchased in 1917 to provide a naval station in the Caribbean.
Dates of records: 1917-50
Size: 8" x 10.5"

128. Records of the Committee for Congested Production Areas, comp. by Leo Pascal and Jeanne McDonald (1960), 16 pp. (RG 212).
Dealt with problems caused by migration to areas around war plants during World War II.
Dates of records: 1943-44
Size: 8" x 10.5"

129. General Records of the Economic Stabilization Agency, comp. by Charles Zaid (1960), 28 pp. (RG 296).
Established to control inflation and stabilize the national economy during the Korean War.
Dates of records: 1951-53
Size: 8" x 10.5"

132. Records of the Office of Community War Services, comp. by Estelle Rebec (1960), 28 pp. (RG 215).
During World War II, OCWS served communities so expanded or otherwise affected by defense production and war that their local public and private organizations were unable to provide normal community services.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

133. Records of the Bureau of Ships, comp. by Elizabeth Bethel, et al. (1961), 241 pp. (RG 19).
The Navy bureau responsible for building and maintaining ships. Includes records of predecessor agencies.
Dates of records: 1842-1946
Size: 8" x 10.5"

134. Records of the Bureau of Public Roads, comp. by Truman R. Strobridge (1962), 34 pp. (RG 30).
Supervised the Federal-State highway program. Also constructed defense highways and roads in National Parks and forests.
Dates of records: 1893-1970
Size: 8" x 10.5"

135. Records Relating to Civil War Claims, United States and Great Britain, comp. by George S. Ulibarri and Daniel T. Goggin (1962), 21 pp. (RG 76).
A treaty in 1871 set up means for settling claims against Great Britain for aiding the South during the Civil War and for other purposes.
Dates of records: 1871-85
Size: 8" x 10.5"

136. Records of United States and Mexican Claims Commissions, comp. by George S. Ulibarri (1962), 51 pp. (RG 76).
Covers various claims commissions established between the United States and Mexico.
Dates of records: 1825-1938
Size: 8" x 10.5"

137. Records of the President's Organization on Unemployment Relief, comp. by Leo Pascal (1962), 26 pp. (RG 73).
Functioned from 1930-32 to coordinate and stimulate employment and relief efforts for the unemployed.
Dates of records: 1930-32
Size: 8" x 10.5"

140. Records of the United States Housing Corporation, comp. by Katherine H. Davidson (1962), 98 pp. (RG 3).
The primary purpose of the USHC was to house workers migrating to congested areas to produce war materials during World War I. Housing was constructed by the corporation itself. It was abolished after the war.
Dates of records: 1917-52
Size: 8" x 10.5"

143. Records Relating to United States Claims Against the Central Powers, comp. by George S. Ulibarri and Francis J. Heppner (1962), 22 pp. (RG 76).
Courts of arbitration were used to settle American claims against Germany, Austria, and Hungary resulting from World War I.
Dates of records: 1922-41
Size: 8" x 10.5"

144. War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records, comp. by Mabel E. Deutrich (rev. by Howard H. Wehmann, 1970), 29 pp. (RG 93).
Includes general records and records relating to military organization and service, supplies and stores, and pay and accounts.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

145. Records of the Military Government of Cuba, comp. by Margaret Jorgensen (1962), 65 pp. (RG 140).
Governed Cuba from the end of the Spanish-American War until the establishment of the independent government.
Dates of records: 1899-1902
Size: 8" x 10.5"

146. Records of the Provisional Government of Cuba, comp. by Roland Rieder and Charlotte M. Ashby (1962), 28 pp. (RG 199).
For a period of time after Cuba gained independence, it appealed to the United States to restore order and the provisional government did so.
Dates of records: 1906-09
Size: 8" x 10.5"

147. Records of the Committee on Fair Employment Practice, comp. by Charles Zaid (1962), 50 pp. (RG 228).
Created to promote full mobilization of American manpower for World war II by working to include minorities in all areas of the workforce and prevent discrimination.
Dates of records: 1941-46
Size: 8" x 10.5"

148. Records of the Dominican Customs Receivership, comp. by Kenneth W. Munden, intro. by Lester W. Smith (1962), 36 pp. (RG 139).
Established to collect and administer customs duties under an agreement between the two countries.
Dates of records: 1905-8
Size: 8" x 10.5"

149. Records of the Bureau of Agricultural and Industrial Chemistry, comp. by Helen T. Finneran (1962), 35 pp. (RG 97).
Analyzed agricultural and industrial materials and enforced the use of pure food and drugs. Includes records of predecessor agencies.
Dates of records: 1862-1942
Size: 8" x 10.5"

151. Records of the Office of the U.S. High Commissioner to the Philippine Islands, comp. by Richard S. Maxwell (1963), 24 pp. (RG 126).
For a period of time U.S. interests in the Philippines were represented by a High Commissioner.
Dates of records: 1935-49
Size: 8" x 10.5"

153. Textual Records of the Panama Canal, comp. by Richard W. Giroux (rev. by Garry D. Ryan, 1963), 36 pp. (RG 185).
Lists records of the various groups that attempted building a canal across Central America.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

154. Records of the Office of Territories, comp. by Richard S. Maxwell and Evans Walker (1963), 117 pp. (RG 126).
Dates of records: 1907-53
Size: 8" x 10.5"

156. Records of the National Bituminous Coal Commission, 1935-36, comp. by Wallace B. Goebel (rev. by Charles Zaid, 1963), 25 pp. (RG 150).
Monitored the bituminous coal industry.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

157. General Records of the Department of State, comp. by Daniel T. Goggin and H. Stephen Helton (1963), 311 pp.
Dates of records: 1789-1944
Size: 8" x 10.5"

158. Records of the Commissioner of Railroads, comp. by Marion M. Johnson (1964), 18 pp. (RG 193).
Monitored railroads west of the Mississippi.
Dates of records: 1862-1904
Size: 8" x 10.5"

160. Records of the Smaller War Plants Corporation, comp. by Katherine H. Davidson (1964), 87 pp. (RG 240).
Created to mobilize the production facilities of small business to increase war production during World War II.
Dates of records: 1942-46
Size: 8.5" x 11"

161. Records of the Bureau of the Census, comp by Katherine H Davidson and Charlotte M. Ashby (1964), 141 pp. (RG 29).
The Bureau of the Census is responsible for taking the decennial census of population and other censuses as may be required.
Dates of records: 1820-1960
Size: 8" x 10.5"

162. Records of the 1961 Inaugural Committee, comp. by Marion M. Johnson (1964), 18 pp. (RG 274).
The Inauguration of John F. Kennedy.
Dates of records: 1960-61
Size: 8" x 10.5"

163. Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, comp. by Edward E. Hill (1965), 459 pp. in 2 vols. (RG 75).
The Bureau of Indian Affairs conducts the business of the U.S. Government relating to Native Americans.
Dates of records: 1795-1949
Size: 8" x 10.5"

164. General Records of the Housing and Home Finance Agency, comp. by Katherine H. Davidson (1965), 28 pp. (RG 207).
Responsible for programs in support of a decent home for every American. Includes records of predecessor agencies.
Dates of records: 1933-54
Size: 8" x 10.5"

166. Records of the National Park Service, comp. by Edward E. Hill (1966), 52 pp. (RG 79).
Administers National Parks and monuments.
Dates of records: 1872-1966
Size: 8" x 10.5"

167. Cartographic Records of the Forest Service, comp. by Charlotte M. Ashby (1967), 71 pp. (RG 95).
Dates of records: 1891-1955
Size: 8" x 10.5"

168. Records of the Post Office Department, comp. by Arthur Hecht, et al. (rev. by Forrest R. Holdcamper, 1967), 54 pp. (RG 28).
Dates of records: 1789-1950
Size: 8.5" x 11"

170. Records Relating to International Boundaries, comp. by Daniel T. Goggin (1968), 98 pp. (RG 76).
Records of Commissions that settled boundary disputes between the United States and other nations.
Dates of records: 1794-1937
Size: 8" x 10.5"

171. Records of the Solicitor of the Treasury, comp. by George S. Ulibarri (1968), 35 pp. (RG 206).
Responsible for collection of all debts due to the United States and supervision of lands used to pay debts.
Dates of records: 1791-1934
Size: 8" x 10.5"

172. Records of the United States Army Continental Command, 1821-1920, comp. by Elaine Everly, Alice Haynes, Maizie Johnson, Sarah Powell, Harry Schwartz, John Scroggins, Aloha South, and Evelyn Wade (1973), 5 vols. (RG 393).
A geographical command structure was established for administrative control of the field army.
Out of print except for volume V.

  • Vol. I: Geographical Divisions and Departments and Military (Reconstruction) Districts, 353 pp.
    Dates of records: 1829-1920
    Size: 8" x 10.5"

  • Vol. II: Polyonymous Successions of Commands, 1861-70, 512 pp.
    Describes the records of the army corps during the Civil War.
    Size: 8" x 10.5"

  • Vol. III: Geographical Districts and Subdistricts, 78 pp.
    Those not described in vols. I and II.
    Dates of records: 1861-1920
    Size: 8" x 10.5"

  • Vol. IV: Military Installations, 1821-81, 144 pp.
    Describes the records of military installations in RG 393 that cannot be separated from those of the departments, divisions, and districts.
    Size: 8" x 10.5"

  • Vol. V: Military Installations, 1821-1920, comp. by Robert Gruber, et al., 714 pp.
    Describes the records of the military installations that can be separated from the records described in vols. I- IV.
    Size: 8.5" x 11"

173. Records of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 1932-64, comp. by Charles Zaid (1973), 90 pp. (RG 234).
Extended financial aid to agriculture, commerce, and industry primarily through loans.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

174. Records of the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, Washington Headquarters, comp. by Elaine Everly (1973), 41 pp. (RG 105).
The Freedman's Bureau was part of the War Department, but its work was primarily social. It worked with freed slaves after the Civil War. It was most active from June 1865 to December 1868.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

175. Records of the National Capital Planning Commission, comp. by Dorothy S. Provine (1973), 8 pp. (RG 328).
Developed plans for the District of Columbia and region.
Dates of records: 1791-1957
Size: 8" x 10.5"

176. Records of the 1969 Inaugural Committee, comp. by Henry J. Wolfinger (1974), 41 pp. (RG 274).
The first inauguration of Richard Nixon.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

177. Records Relating to International Claims, comp. by George S. Ulibarri (1974), 73 pp. (RG 76).
Settlement of claims of U.S. citizens against foreign governments and foreign citizens against the U.S. Government.
Dates of records: 1793-1945
Size: 8" x 10.5"

178. Records of the Office of Education, comp. by Carmen Delle Donne (1974), 65 pp. (RG 12).
A number of services to school administrators.
Dates of records: 1870-1961
Size: 8" x 10.5"

179. Records of the National Mediation Board, comp. by Mary-Jane Dowd (1975), 41 pp. (RG 13).
Responsible for resolving labor disputes involving railroads.
Dates of records: 1894-1962
Size: 8" x 10.5"

180. Records of the International Military Tribunal for the Far East, comp. by Jarritus Wolfinger (1975), 13 pp. (RG 238).
Tried and punished Japanese war criminals after World War II.
Dates of records: 1946-48
Size: 8" x 10.5"

181. Records of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, comp. by Jerry N. Hess (1975), 21 pp. (RG 235).
Dates of records: 1936-52
Size: 8" x 10.5"

182. Records of the 1965 Inaugural Committee, comp. by William A. Reader (1975), 19 pp. (RG 274).
The inauguration of Lyndon Baines Johnson.
Dates of records: 1964-65
Size: 8" x 10.5"

183. Records of the Social Security Administration, comp. by Debra L. Newman (1976), 19 pp. (RG 47).
Provides for Federal old-age annuities.
Dates of records: 1934-42
Size: 8" x 10.5"

185. Records of the United States Military Academy, comp. by Stanley P. Tozeski (1976), 116 pp. (RG 404).
Trains students for service as officers in the Army.
Dates of records: 1802-1976
Size: 8" x 10.5"

186. Records of the Government of the District of Columbia, comp. by Dorothy S. Provine (1976), 53 pp. (RG 351).
The District of Columbia is Washington, DC.
Dates of records: 1838-1960
Size: 8" x 10.5"

187. General Records of the Department of the Treasury, comp. by Hope K. Holdcamper and Carmelita S. Ryan (1977), 157 pp. (RG 56).
Dates of records: 1789-1965
Size: 8" x 10.5"

188. Records of the Office of Economic Opportunity, comp. by Debra L. Newman (1977), 25 pp. (RG 381).
Coordinated Government efforts resulting from the Economic Opportunity Act, part of Lyndon Johnson's War on Poverty.
Dates of records: 1964-72
Size: 8" x 10.5"

190. Records of the National Aeronautics and Space Council, comp.by Jarritus Wolfinger (1977), 12 pp. (RG 220).
Coordinated aeronautic and space activities of all parts of the Government.
Dates of records: 1958-73
Size: 8" x 10.5"

191. Records of the Office of the Secretary of Agriculture, comp. by Helen Finneran Ulibarri (1979), 59 pp. (RG 16).
Dates of records: 1839-1964
Size: 8" x 10.5"

193. Records of St. Elizabeths Hospital, comp. by Dorothy S. Provine (1981), 17 pp. (RG 418).
The mental hospital for Federal and District of Columbia patients.
Dates of records: 1845-1970
Size: 8" x 10.5"

195. Records of the Soil Conservation Service, comp. by William J. Heynen (1981), 139 pp. (RG 114)
Administered programs to control soil erosion.
Size: 8.5" x 11"


Special Lists (by number)

1. List of Climatological Records in the National Archives, comp. by Louis J. Darter (1942), 160 pp. (RG 27).
Lists weather records of places in the United States kept by agencies of the Federal Government.
Dates of records: 1819-1941
Size: 8" x 10.5"

2. Records of the Bureau of Insular Affairs Relating to the Philippine Islands, 1898-1935, comp. by Kenneth Munden (1942), 91 pp. (RG 350).
The Bureau of Insular Affairs was a part of the War Department charged with customs and civil affairs of the islands acquired by the U.S. in the Spanish-American War.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

3. Records of the Bureau of Insular Affairs Relating to the United States Military Government of Cuba, 1898-1902, and the United States Provisional Government of Cuba, 1906-9, comp. by Kenneth Munden (1943), 43 pp. (RG 350).
The Bureau of Insular Affairs was a part of the War Department charged with customs and civil affairs of the islands acquired by the U.S. in the Spanish-American War.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

4. Records of the Bureau of Insular Affairs Relating to Puerto Rico, 1898-1934, comp. by Kenneth Munden and Milton Greenbaum (1943), 47 pp. (RG 350).
The Bureau of Insular Affairs was a part of the War Department charged with customs and civil affairs of the islands acquired by the U.S. in the Spanish-American War.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

5. Records of the Bureau of Insular Affairs Relating to the Dominican Customs Receivership, 1905-40, comp. by Kenneth Munden (1943), 29 pp. (RG 350.)
The Bureau of Insular Affairs was a part of the War Department charged with customs and civil affairs of the islands acquired by the U.S. in the Spanish-American War.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

6. Documents Concerning the Negotiation of Ratified Indian Treaties, 1801-69, comp. by John H. Martin (1949), 175 pp. (RG 48 and RG 75).
Treaties with the Indians were formally negotiated, required ratification by the Senate, and had the same force, status, and dignity as treaties with sovereign nations. This practice was discontinued in 1871.
Size: 8.5" x 11"

7. Documents Relating to Special Agents of the Department of State, 1789-1906, comp. by Natalia Summers (1951), 229 pp. (RG 59).
Includes correspondence of agents sent for various diplomatic purposes.
Size: 8.5" x 11"

9. List of Foreign Service Post Records in the National Archives, comp. by Mark G. Eckhoff and Alexander Marvo (rev. by Mario Fenyo and John Highbarger, 1967), 35 pp. (RG 84).
Lists alphabetically the diplomatic and consular posts for which the National Archives has records.
Dates of records: 1788-1949
Size: 8" x 10.5"

11. List of Photographs Made by the Office of War Information at the United Nations Conference on International Organization, San Francisco, 1945, comp. by Emma B. Haas, Anne Harris, and Thomas W. Ray (1953), 40 pp. (RG 208).
This was the founding conference of the United Nations. Included are photographs of delegations, special events, and dignitaries.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

13. List of Cartographic Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, comp. by Laura E. Kelsay (1977), 127 pp. (RG 75).
Dates of records: ca. 1800-1965
Size: 8" x 10.5"

14. List of World War I Signal Corps Films (1957), 68 pp. (RG 111).
The Signal Corps was responsible for obtaining the photographic record of American participation in World War I.
Dates of records: 1917-19
Size: 8" x 10.5"

15. List of Photographs of Irrigation Projects of the Bureau of Reclamation, comp. by Emma B. Haas, et al. (1959), 33 pp. (RG 115).
The chief function of the Bureau of Reclamation is to construct and maintain irrigation projects in arid and semiarid lands of the United States. It also constructs hydroelectric plants.
Dates of records: 1902-36
Size: 8" x 10.5"

19. List of Cartographic Records of the General Land Office, comp. by Laura E. Kelsay (1964), 202 pp. (RG 49).
The General Land Office was engaged chiefly in the survey, management, and disposal of public lands. The cartographic records stem from the surveying function.
Dates of records: 1709-1946
Size: 8" x 10.5"

21. Index to the Manuscript and Revised Printed Opinions of the Supreme Court of the United States in the National Archives, 1808-73, comp. by Marion M. Johnson, Elaine C. Everly, and Toussaint L. Prince (1965), 58 pp. (RG 267).
Indexes the authors of these opinions.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

24. Federal Population and Mortality Census Schedules, 1790-1910, in the National Archives and the States: Outline of a Lecture on Their Availability, Content, and Use (rev. 1986), 89 pp. (RG 29).
Available only on microfiche.

25. Aerial Photographs in the National Archives, comp. by Charles E. Taylor and Richard E. Spinner (1971), 106 pp. (RGs 57, 95, 114, 115, and 145).
County and special project surveys of about 85 percent of the contiguous land in the United States. Shows the physical and cultural landscape of the country just before World War II.
Dates of records: 1930s-1940s
Size: 8" x 10.5"

26. Pre-Federal Maps in the National Archives: An Annotated List, comp. by Patrick D. McLaughlin (1971), 42 pp. (RGs 76, 77, and 360).
Dates of records: 1654-1786
Size: 8 1/2" x 10 3/4"

29. List of Selected Maps of States and Territories, comp. by Janet L. Hargett (1971), 113 pp. (RGs 28, 49, and 77).
Dates of records: ca. 1790-1920
Size: 8" x 10.5"

30. Title Papers of the Public Buildings Service, comp. by W. Lane Van Neste and Virgil E. Baugh (rev. by Stanley W. Brown, 1972), 66 pp. (RG 121).
The title papers described in this list consist of legal and related documents preserved to establish U.S. ownership of buildings and land acquired as sites for public buildings and for other purposes.
Dates of records: 1838-1968
Size: 8" x 10.5"

31. List of Pre-1840 Federal District and Circuit Court Records, comp. by R. Michael McReynolds (1972), 11 pp. (RG 21).
These were the essential Federal courts established by the Judiciary Act of 1789.
Dates of records: 1789-1840
Size: 8" x 10.5"

32. Hearings in the Records of the U.S. Senate and Joint Committees of Congress, comp. by Charles E. South and James C. Brown (1972), 91 pp. (RGs 46 and 128).
Dates of records: 1863-1945
Size: 8" x 10.5"

34. List of Free Black Heads of Families in the First Census of the United States, comp. by Debra L. Newman (1973), 44 pp. (RG 29).
Size: 8" x 10.5"

35. Printed Hearings of the House of Representatives Found Among Its Committee Records in the National Archives of the United States, 1824-1958, comp. by Buford Rowland, et al. (1974), 197 pp. (RG 233).
Dates of records: 1789-1958
Size: 7.75" x 10.25"

36. List of Black Servicemen Compiled From the War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records, comp. by Debra L. Newman (1974), 29 pp. (RG 93).
Size: 8" x 10.5"

37. Inspection Reports on Foreign Service Posts, 1906-1939, comp. by George Brent and Kent Carter (1974), 83 pp. (RG 59).
Lists reports on the operation of diplomatic and consular posts.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

38. War Crimes Trials, Records of Case II, United States of America v. Erhard Milch, Nuernberg, comp. by John Mendelsohn (1975), 113 pp. (RG 238).
This is one of a series of special lists describing the microfilmed records of World War II war crimes trials before the U.S. Military Tribunal from 1946 to 1949.
Dates of records: 1947
Size: 8.5" x 11"

39. Additional Improvement Patents, 1837-1861, comp. by James A. Paulauskas (1977), 22 pp. (RG 241).
These are records of applications revisions to patents for improvements to them.
Dates of records: 1837-61
Size: 8" x 10.5"

40. Selected Documents Pertaining to Black Workers Among the Records of the Department of Labor and Its Component Bureaus, 1902-1969, comp. by Debra L. Newman (1977), 55 pp. (RG 174).
Covers many different types of records including agriculture, defense industries, internal labor department records, legislation, and political activity.
Dates of records: 1902-69
Size: 8" x 10.5"

41. Cartographic Records of the National Resources Planning Board, comp. by Laura E. Kelsay (1977), 50 pp. (RG 187).
The NRPB was charged with the preparation of long-range plans for the development of natural resources and the stabilization of employment.
Dates of records: 1930s
Size: 8" x 10.5"

42. War Crimes Trials, Records of Case 9, United States of America v. Otto Ohlendorf et al., Nuernberg, comp. by John Mendelsohn (1978), 349 pp. (RG 238).
This is one of a series of special lists describing the microfilmed records of World War II war crimes trials before the U.S. Military Tribunal from 1946 to1949.
Dates of records: 1947-48
Size: 8.5" x 11"

43. United States Hydrographic Office Manuscript Charts in the National Archives, 1838-1908, comp. by William J. Heynen (1978), 250 pp. (RG 37).
The Hydrographic Office was primarily concerned with marine charting in foreign waters and coasts.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

44. List of Logbooks of U.S. Navy Ships, Stations, and Miscellaneous Units, 1801-1947, comp. by Claudia Bradley, et al. (1978), 562 pp. (RG 24).
73,000 logbooks.
Size: 8" x 10.5"

58. Records of Naval Districts and Shore Establishments in the Regional Archives, (1991), 63 pp. (RG 181).
Records from the 8th Naval District (New Orleans), 1917-59 and the Naval Air Advanced Training Command, Corpus Christi, TX.
Available from NARA's Southwest Region.

59. List of Patent Interference Case Files, 1838-1900, comp. by John Butler (1993), (RG 241).
Patent interferences were a way of protecting the original inventor.
Available only on microfiche with hard-copy introduction.
Size: 8.5" x 11"

60. Captured North Vietnamese Documents of the Combined Document Exploitation Center: A Special List of CDEC Documents in Records Group 472, comp. by William Cunliffe, Timothy Duskin, and David H. Wallace (1993), (RG 472).
The CDEC collected and exploited enemy documents for military intelligence purposes.
Size: 8.5" x 11"

61.The Philippine Archives Collection: A Special List of Documents in Record Group 407, Records of the Adjutant General's Office, 1917–, Concerning U. S. Army and Guerilla Units in the Philippines during World War II, comp. by Jo Ann Williamson and Frank H. Serene (2003), 37 pp.(RG 407).
The booklet, Parts I-IV, provides background and interpretation facilitate use of Part V, microfiche that lists the titles of the folders containing the textual records of the collection.
Size: 8.5" x 11"
9 microfiche


Inventories (I), Preliminary Inventories (PI), and Special Lists (SL)
(by Record Group)
Record Group (RG) Agency Consult this Publication
1 War Labor Policies Board PI 4
3
U.S. Housing Corporation PI 140
7 Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine PI 94
8 Bureau of Agricultural Engineering PI 53
9 National Recovery Administration PI 44
12 Office of Education PI 178
13 National Mediation Board PI 179
16 Office of the Secretary of Agriculture PIs 37 and 191
19 Bureau of Ships PI 133
21 District Courts of the United States PIs 116 and 124; SL 31
23 Coast and Geodetic Survey PI 105
24 Bureau of Naval Personnel SL 44
27 Weather Bureau PI 38; SL 1
28 Post Office Department PI 168; SL 29
29 Bureau of the Census PIs 103 and 161; SLs 24 and 34
30 Bureau of Public Roads PI 134
31 Federal Housing Administration PI 45
33 Federal Extension Service PI 83
35 Civilian Conservation Corps PI 11
37 Hydrographic Office I 4; SL 43
38 Office of the Chief of Naval Operations PI 85
42 Office of Public Buildings and Public Parks of the National Capital I 16
44
Office of Government Reports PI 35
46 U.S. Senate PIs 12, 42, 59, and 75; SL 32
47 Social Security Administration PI 183
48
Office of the Secretary of the Interior PI 81; SL 6
49 Bureau of Land Management PI 22; SLs 19 and 29
51 Central Bureau of Planning and Statistics PI 98
54 Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering PI 66
55 Government of the Virgin Islands PI 126
56 Department of the Treasury PI 187
57 Records of the U.S. Geological Survey SL 25
58 Internal Revenue Service PI 14
59 Department of State I 15; SLs 7 and 37
66 Commission of Fine Arts PI 79
69 Work Projects Administration PI 57
71 Bureau of Yards and Docks PI 10
73 President's Organization on Unemployment Relief PI 137
75 Bureau of Indian Affairs PI 163; SLs 6 and 13
76 Boundary and Claims Commissions and Arbitrations PIs 135, 136, 143, 170, and 177; SL 26
77 Office of the Chief of Engineers SLs 26 and 29
79 National Park Service PI 166
83 Bureau of Agricultural Economics PI 104
84 Foreign Service Posts of the Department of State PI 60; SL 9
93 War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records PI 144; SL 36
95 Forest Service PIs 18 and 167; SL 25
96 Farmers Home Administration PI 118
97 Bureau of Agriculture and Industrial Chemistry PI 149
105
Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands PI 174; SL 33
107 Secretary of War I 17
109 War Department Collection of Confederate Records PI 101
111 Office of the Chief Signal Officer SLs 14 and 33
114 Soil Conservation Service PI 195; SL 25
115 Bureau of Reclamation PI 109; SLs 15 and 25
121 Public Buildings Service PI 110; SL 30
122 Federal Trade Commission PI 7
123 U.S. Court of Claims PI 58
126 Office of Territories PIs 90, 151, and 154
127 U.S. Marine Corps I 2; PI 73
128 Joint Committees of Congress PI 74; SL 32
135 Public Works Administration PI 125
139 Dominican Customs Receivership PI 148
140 Military Government of Cuba PI 145
145 Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service SL 25
150 National Bituminous Coal Commission, 1935-36 PI 156
151 Maritime Labor Board PI 20
169 Foreign Economic Administration PI 29
174 Department of Labor SL 40
179 War Production Board PI 15
180
Commodity Futures Trading Commission PI 112
181 Naval Districts and Shore Establishments SL 58
182 War Trade Board PI 100
185 Panama Canal PIs 91 and 153
187 National Resources Planning Board PI 50
188 Office of Price Administration PIs 95 and 120
193 Commissioner of Railroads PI 158
198 Board of Investigation and Research - Transportation PI 19
199 Provisional Government of Cuba PI 146
202 National War Labor Board (World War II PI 78
204 Office of the Pardon Attorney PI 87
205 Court of Claims Section (Justice PI 47
206 Solicitor of the Treasury PI 171
207 Department of Housing and Urban Development PI 164
208 Office of War Information SL 11
210 War Relocation Authority PI 77
211 War Manpower Commission I 6
212 Committee for Congested Production Areas PI 128
215 Office of Community War Services PI 132
216 Office of Censorship PI 54
222 National Aeronautics and Space Council PI 190
224 Office of Labor (War Food Administration PI 51
228 Committee on Fair Employment Practice PI 147
229 Office of Inter-American Affairs I 7
233 U.S. House of Representatives PIs 65, 67, 70, 71, 80, 84, 107, 108, and 111; SL 35
234 Reconstruction Finance Corporation PI 173
235 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare PI 181
236 Wage adjustment Board PI 72
238 National Archives Collection of World War II War Crimes Records PI 180; SLs 38 and 42
240 Smaller War Plants Corporation PI 160
241 Patent and Trademark Office SLs 39 and 59
243 U.S. Strategic Bombing Survey I 10
244 Retraining and Reemployment Administration PI 28
254 Shipbuilding Stabilization Committee PI 121
256 American Commission To Negotiate Peace I 9
262 Foreign Broadcast Intelligence Service PI 115
267 Supreme Court of the United States SL 21
272 President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy I 5
274 National Archives Collection of Records of Inaugural Committees PIs 162, 176, and 182
296 Economic Stabilization Agency PI 129
328 National Capital Planning Commission I 12; PI 175
350 Bureau of Insular Affairs I 3; SLs 2, 3, 4, and 5
351 Government of the District of Columbia PI 186
360 Continental and Confederation Congresses and the Constitutional Convention SL 26
381 Community Services Administration PI 188
393 U.S. Army Continental Commands, 1821-1920 PI 172; SL 33
404 U.S. Military Academy PI 185
407 Adjutant General's Office 1917– SL 61
405 U.S. Naval Academy I 11
418 St. Elizabeths Hospital PI 193
472 U.S. Forces in Southeast Asia, 1950-1975 SL 60

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