Prologue Magazine

Index to Prologue, Volume 22: 1990



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Abbey, E. A., drawing by, 40

Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 356

Abilene, KS, 214

Abilene Travel Grants Program, 412

Abraham Lincoln Association, 201

Acheson, Dean, records relating to accessioned, 405

"Achieving Post-Presidential Greatness: Lessons from Herbert Hoover," by George H. Nash, 257-260

Ackerman, George W., 360; photo by, 360

Adams, Abigail, 240

Adams, Ansel, 362, 365; photo by, 361

Adams, Brock, 73

Adams, John, 38, 240, 254, 261

Adams, John Quincy, 224, 242, 254

Adams, Samuel, 34; quoted, 28

Addison, Joseph, quoted, 40

Adjutant General's Office, records opened, 306

Admiralty Head lighthouse, WA, illus., 192

Adult Education

Act of 1966, records relating to accessioned, 100

Aeronautics, Bureau of, records declassified, 96

Africa, records relating to declassified, 97

Agency for International Development, records declassified, 96, 208, 210, 402, and opened, 402

Aging, files relating to opened, 105-106

Agricultural Economics, Bureau of, 360

Agricultural education, 323-337

Agricultural Research Service, records accessioned, 403-404

Agriculture, U.S. Department of, 366

AIDS, records relating to accessioned, 100

Air Transport Command, 360, 362

Aircraft Production Program, records relating to declassified, 96

Alabama, 327, 330, 388

Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College, 330, 333

Alligator Reef lighthouse, FL, plan illus., 196

Alphabetical Index to Canadian Border Entries through Small Ports in Vermont, 1895-1924 (microfilm publication), 92-93

Alvord, Henry E., 327-328, 330, 331, 332, 334; photo, 324; quoted, 328

Ambrose, Stephen E., "Eisenhower's Legacy," 227-236

American Capitalism, by John Kenneth Galbraith, 292

American Civil Liberties Union, 20

American Council of Learned Societies, 218

American Expeditionary Forces, 358

"American Images: Photographs and Posters in the Still Picture Branch," by Barbara Lewis Burger, 353-368

"American Lighthouses," by F. Ross Holland and Elizabeth K. Lockwood, 188-195

American Mercury, 19

American Military Cemeteries, 301

American Newspaper Publishers Association, 21

American Polish Associations, 177

American Retail Federations, 278

American Slav Congress, 172

American Union Against Militarism, 393

Americans for Democratic

Action, 292

Ameryka-Echo (newspaper), 177

An American Epic, by Herbert Hoover, 258, 259

Anchorage, AK, regional archives, 216

Anderson, Eugenie, oral history interview with opened, 406

Angle, Paul, 202

Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, photographs accessioned, 210

Annie Larsen (ship), 394

Anticommunism, 293

Appalachia, 364

Appalachian coalfields, exhibit on, 313

Aranda, Thomas, files opened, 211

Architectural drawings, 83, 84

Archival Copies of Thermofax, Verifax, and Other Unstable Copies, by Norvell M. M. Jones, 213

Archival Xerographic Copying, 213

Archives of the District of Columbia, 83

Archives II, 314

Arizona, 391

Arkansas, 391

Armed Forces Radio and Television Service, records opened, 309

Armstrong, John, 130, 131

Armstrong, Samuel Chapman, quoted, 331

Army, Office of the Secretary of the records, accessioned, 306, 308, and declassified and opened, 402

Army and Air Force Exchange Service Office, New York City, records accessioned, 403

Army of the Potomac, 296

Army Transport Service, 300, 302

Arnold, Thurman, 21; photo, 21

Asia, records relating to declassified, 97

Asselta, Anthony F., papers accessioned, 407

Associated Press, 7

Association of American Agricultural Colleges and Experiment Stations (AAAC&ES), 327-328, 330, 332, 333, 334

Atherton, George, 328

Atkins, Tommy, photo, 236

Atlanta Constitution, 331

Atlanta University, 331, 333

Atomic bomb, 418

Atomic Energy Commission, records accessioned, ]02

Atoms for Peace: Dwight D. Eisenhower's Address to the United Nations, 1954, 213

Auchincloss, Janet Lee, oral history interview with opened, 311

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Babcock, Kendrick C., 334

Bachauer, Gina, 246

Bache, Hartman, 191

Bacon, Francis, quoted, 41

Baer, Elizabeth, 393

Baer, John, cartoon by, 288

Bahmer, Robert H., 95

Bailey, John M., oral history interview with opened, 104; papers accessioned, 406

Bankruptcy, court records of accessioned, 103

Barnard, George, 296, 359

Barrett, Edward W., 55

Barrows, Lewis O., 278; photo, 278

Batschelet, C. E., files opened, 306

"Battle Cry of Freedom," by George F. Root, 243, 244

"Battle of Fort Erie: Reconstruction of a War of 1812 Battle, The," by Joseph W. A. Whitehorne, 129-148

Bayley, Edwin R., oral history interview with opened, 311

"'Be Yourself': Harry S. Truman as Former President," by Donald R. McCoy, 261-264

Beaman, E. O., 365

Becker, Carl, quoted, 39

Bedside Esquire, 8

Bell, Griffin, 73; photo, 75

Bell, William, 365

Benedict, Stephen, papers accessioned, 103, 310

Bennett, Elmer F., papers accessioned, 310

Bennett, William James, painting by, 88

Berkman, Alexander, 217

Best, Robert H., 391

Bill of Rights Playwriting Competition, 313-314, 370

Bilmes, Murray, papers accessioned, 406

Bispham, David, 245

Black Americans, 323 337, 347-348, 370-387; musicians, 247

Blackstone, William, Commentaries on the Laws of England, 33

Blair, Hugh, quoted, 29

Bloody Massacre, The (engraving), by Paul Revere, 36

Blumenthal, Michael, 73

Bodie Island Lighthouse, NC, photo, 196

Boe, Nils A., files opened, 105

Bohlen, Charles, 177

Bonneville Power Administration, records accessioned, 404

Boorstin, Daniel J., 225, 253; "Saving a National Resource: A New Role for Former Presidents in American Public Life," 265-267

Boston, MA, 116, 117-118

Bostonians paying the exciseman, or tarring and feathering, The (illustration), 37

Bourgeois, Col. John R., photo, 240

Bourgerie, Elmer H., papers accessioned, 103

Bourne, Peter, files opened, 105

Boxer Rebellion, 359, 362

Boys Clubs of America, 260

Brady, Mathew, 355, 359, 362; photo by, 296; quoted, 295-296

Brico, Antonia, photo, 247

Brigham, Col. J. H., 325

Brinkley, Alan, "Dilemmas of Modern Liberalism," 286-294

British Army, War of 1812, 134, 136, 137, 139-140, 142, 144

Broder, David, 73

Bromley, Bruce, 16, 17

Brown, Elmer Ellsworth, 334

Brown, Maj. Gen. Jacob, 129, 130, 131, 132, 134, 135, 137, 139, 142, 144, 145; port., 130

Brown v. Topeka, 230

Broyard, Anatole, quoted, 250 251

Bruff, J. Goldsborough, drawing by, 87

Brussels World Fair (1958), 258, 259

Buchanan, James, 265, 324; photo, 267

Buffalo, NY, 130, 131, 133, 134, 136, 137, 139, 142, 145; engraving of, 131

Bull Run, Battle of, 296

Bullock, John G., 273; letter from, 275

Bundy, McGeorge, 411

Burger, Barbara Lewis, "American Images: Photographs and Posters in the Still Picture Branch," 353 368

Burials, World War I case files, 302

Burton, Shirley J., "Lincoln at the Bar: New Documentation of Abraham Lincoln's Law Career," 198-203

Bush, Barbara, 250

Bush, George, 216, 250; inaugural committee records opened, 306; photo, 251

Bush-Conant File Relating to the Development of the Atomic Bomb, 1940-1945, by Marjorie Heins Ciarlante, microfilm publication, 409

Bustard, Bruce, book by, 212-213

Butler, Gen. Benjamin, 297

Butler, Philippi Harding, papers accessioned, 309

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Caddell, Patrick, 68, 70, 71, 72, 76; photo, 65, 77; quoted, 65

Califano, Joseph, 73, 74; photo, 76

California, 360, 365, 391

Canada, 171, 390; War of 1812 battle in, 129-148; immigrants from, 90-93

Canadian Volunteers, 142

Canal Zone Registration Board, records accessioned, 99

Cannon, C. Craig, papers accessioned, 405

Canyonlands National Park, planning records accessioned, 210

Cape Hatteras Light, NC, 194; photo, 197

Capital Legal Foundation, papers processed, 105

Capture of the City of Washington (engraving), by Paul de Rapin-Thoyras, 83

Card Manifests (Alphabetical) of Individuals Entering through the Port of Detroit, Michigan, 1906-1954 (microfilm publication), 93

Cargill, Tom, 20

Carter, Jimmy, 249-250, 253; article about, 63 79; photo, 62, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 74, 249, 265

Carter, Kent, "Federal Indian Policy: The Dawes Commission, 1887-1898," 339-349

Carter, Rosalynn, 65, 70; photo, 66, 69

Cartoons, 7, 8, 10, 12, 16, 19, 20; illus., 6

Caruth, Asher, 323

Carysfort Reef lighthouse, FL, 191

Casals, Pablo, 246; photo, 245

Castro, Nash, papers accessioned, 406

Casualty lists, World War I, 302

Catholic Bishops Conference, 171

Catholic church, 22

Catholic Standard and Times (newspaper), 177

Catholic Transcript (newspaper), 177

Catholics, 170, 173, 174, 176, 177, 178, 180

Cato, by Joseph Anderson, 40

Cavanaugh, James H., files opened, 105

"Celebrating Eisenhower's Centennial," by Richard Norton Smith, 214-216

Censorship, article about, 7-23

Census, Bureau of the, census population schedules accessioned, 98; files opened, 306

Central Intelligence Agency, 231; records opened, 307

Central Intelligence Agency: An Instrument of the Government, to 1950, The, by Arthur B. Darling, accessioned, 307

Central States Archives of the October Revolution, U.S.S.R., 217

Chadar party, 394

Challenge to Liberty, The, by Herbert Hoover, 259

Chambers, John, 345

Champeau, Rev. Timothy, 177

Chandler, Douglas, 391

Chandler, George, 328

Changduk Palace, Seoul, Korea, 53; photo of, 48, 53

Charity for All (play), by R. Rex Stephenson, 314

Chastellux, Marquis de, 30

Chemical Corps, records declassified and opened, 402

Cherokee National

Council, 345

Cherokee Tribe, 339, 340-348, 399

Chesapeake Bay, 191

Chesapeake and Ohio

Canal, 84

Chessman, G. Wallace, "Thanksgiving: Another FDR Experiment," 273-285

Chickasaw Tribe, 340, 348

Chief Signal Officer, Office of the, 355; records declassified, 209, 402, and opened, 402

Children's Bureau, 360, 363

China, 394; records relating to declassified, 310

Chippewa, Battle of, 130, 134, 139; engraving of, 135; illus. of, 134

Choctaw Tribe, 340, 348

Churchill, Winston, 169, 174, 182; photo, 170

Churchill, Winston, II, 215

Cicognani, Archbp. Amleto, 177

Ciechanowski, Jan, 176, 177

Cimarron National Grassland, records relating to accessioned, 211

Civic responsibilities, 112-113

Civil Aeronautics Board, records relating to opened, 105

Civil rights, 229-230

Civil Rights Division, records opened, 305

Civil War, 81, 83, 84, 193, 194, 243, 355, 356, 359, 362, 390; and photography, 295-299

"Civil War Album, A" by Jonathan Heller, 295-299

Civilian Conservation Corps, 360, 364; papers relating to accessioned, 310

Clague, Ewan, papers opened, 99

Claims cases, 396-399

Clark, Ramsey, papers processed, 105

Claxton, Philander P., 334

Cleveland, Frances Folsom, 244

Cleveland, Grover, 244, 255

Cleveland, Harlan, oral history interview with opened, 406

Clifford, Clark, papers accessioned, 406

Coal Mines Administration, 360, 364

Coal mining, exhibit on, 313

Code of Federal Regulations, 408

Cohen, Wilbur, papers accessioned, 406

Colbert, James G., oral history interview with opened, 311

Cold war, 293

Collective bargaining, records relating to opened, 306-307

Colorado, 391

Colorado, University of, 95

Colorado River, 365

Colt, Samuel, 388

Columbia Historical Society, 85

Comanche National Grassland, records relating to accessioned, 211

Commentaries on the Laws of England, by William Blackstone, 33

Commerce, U.S. Department of, 193, 282, 283; records declassified, 208, and opened, 304

Commercialism, 273 285

Common Sense, by Thomas Paine, 38

Commonweal, 180

Communist Party of the Soviet Union, Central Committee, 217

Communist Party U.S.A., 231; records relating to declassified, 104

Communists, American, 171, 173, 177, 180

Community planning, records relating to opened, 304

Community Services Administration, records opened, 305

Composite Air Squadron VC-10 Association, Inc., 218

Comstock, Anthony, 8

Comstock Act, 8, 19

Confederate States of America, 390; Lighthouse Bureau, 193

Conn, Richard, files opened, 105

Connecticut, 332

Conner, John T., papers accessioned, 407

Continental Congress, 27, 28, 30, 31, 33, 38, 39

Coolidge, Calvin, 224, 246; photo, 246

Cooper, John Milton, Jr., 224, 253; "Lonesome Lion and Crippled Prophet: Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson," 254-257

Cooper, Maurice, papers accessioned, 404 405

Councill, William H., 327, 330

Cowen, Myron, papers declassified, 310, 405

Cox, James M., 256

Craighill Channel lighthouse, Chesapeake Bay, illus., 191, 197

Cravath, De Gersdorff, Swaine, and Wood, 16

Creek Tribe, 340, 347, 348

Creel, Lorenzo D., 155, 161; quoted, 159

Croteau, Louis, 18, 19

Cruikshank, Nelson, files opened, 105

Cuba, 390

Cummings, Chuck, 313-314; "Scarecrow: A One-Act Play," 370-387

Cuomo, Mario, 293

Curley, James Michael, 118

Curnane, Joseph, oral history interview with opened, 406

Curtin, Phyllis, 249

Curtis Act, 348

Curtis Publishing, 20

Custis, Nelly, 240

Customs, Bureau of, 50, 52, 53; records transferred, 216

Cyanotypes, 355-356

Cyclotron, records relating to accessioned, 102

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Dale, Clamma, 249

Damrosch, Walter, 245

Danaher, John A., 283

Danger and Survival: Choices About the Bomb in the First Fifty Years, by McGeorge Bundy, 411

Daniel, Clifton, 261; photo, 261

"Danny Deever," by Walter Damrosch, 245

d'Aquino, Iva Toguri, 391-392

Darby, Harry, papers accessioned, 310

Darby, W. L., 277

Darby Corporation, records accessioned, 310

Darling, Arthur B., report by accessioned, 307

Darrow, Clarence, 8

Daughters of the American Revolution, 218

Davidson, T. Whitfield, 20; quoted, 20

Davies, Joseph E., 180

Davis, David, 200; photo, 200

Dawes, Henry Laurens, 341, 342, 343, 346; photo, 341; quoted, 341

Dawes Act of 1887, 151, 154, 165

Dawes Commission, 339-349

De Baca, Fernando E. C., files opened, 211

Debo, Angie, 343, 344

Decker, Gen. Charles L., records opened, 308

Declaration of Independence, The (painting), by John Trumbull, 24

Declaration of Independence, U.S., article about, 25-43

Defense, Office of the Secretary of, records declassified, 402, and opened, 309, 402

Defense spending, 232-235

Delaware, 334

Delaware Bay, 191

Democratic Advisory Council, 263

Democratic National Committee, 66

Democratic party, 286

Denver Wildlife Research Center, photographs accessioned, 210

De Paulo, J. Raymond, oral history interview with opened, 406

d'Estaing, Valery Giscard, 249

Destruction of Tea at Boston Harbor, The (lithograph), by Sarony and Major, 35

Detroit, MI, 170, 171

Deutscher, Isaac, 180

DeWhitt, Benjamin L., guide by, 212

Dewing, Thomas Wilmer, 244

De Wolfe, Thomas, 391

"Dictator and the Priest: Stalin's Meeting with Father Stanislas Orlemanski, The," by Bro. Bernard Donahoe, 169-183

"Dilemmas of Modern Liberalism," by Alan Brinkley, 286-294

Dilling, Mildred, 246

Dillon, C. Douglas, oral history interview with opened, 311

Discovery Book About Federal Courts, 212

District of Columbia, 355; article about, 81 89; exhibit on the, 213, 218; microfilm publications on, 84 85; records relating to accessioned and opened, 305; U.S. Court of Appeals for the, records accessioned, 98; U.S. Attorney for the, records accessioned, 97

District of Columbia, Records of the Government of the, 83

District Courts of the United States, Records of, 84

Dixon, George, quoted, 10

Document preservation, 312, 320 321

DOCUMERICA, 362, 366

Dodds, Thomas, 240

Donahoe, Bro. Bernard, "The Dictator and the Priest: Stalin's Meeting with Father Stanislas Orlemanski," 169-183

Donovan, Hedley, oral history interview with opened, 106

Donovan, Raymond J., records relating to accessioned, 98

Donovan, William J., 410; records relating to opened, 307

Donovan and the CIA: A History of the Establishment of the Central Intelligence Agency, 1940-80, by Thomas F. Troy, records relating to opened, 307

Douglas, William O., 21-22; photo, 22

Douglass, Lt. David B., 135, 136, 140, 141

Douglass, Frederick, photo, 88

Drummond, Maj. Gen. Sir Gordon, 134, 136, 139, 140, 144, 145

Drummond, Thomas, 201

Dukakis, Michael, 286; photo, 288

Duncan, David Douglas, 360

Duncan, William, Elements of Logick, 30

Durrie, George Henry, painting by, 285

Duus, Masayo, 392 "Dwight D. Eisenhower" (exhibit), 313

Dwight D. Eisenhower Library, 313, 417; accessions and openings, 103 104, 310, 405; grants, 412; records declassified, 104, 310

Dziennik Chicagoski (newspaper), 177

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Eames, Patricia, 217

Early, Stephen F., 274, 276, 277, 280, 282; photo, 276

Economic Advisers, Council of, files opened, 405

Edelman, Peter, oral history interview with opened, 311

Education, 112-113, 323-337

Education, Bureau of, 324, 326, 328, 332, 333, 334, 336

Edwards, Jonathan, quoted, 27

Edwards Air Force Base, CA, files accessioned, 404

Effie Afton case, 201

Eisenhower, Dwight D., 247-248, 258, 262; article about, 227-236; At Ease, 214; papers declassified, 104, 310, and opened, 103 104; photo, 226, 228, 229, 230, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236; quoted, 214, 227, 228, 230, 231, 232-233, 234-235

Eisenhower, Mamie Doud, photo, 226, 236

Eisenhower for President Research Service, records accessioned, 103

Eisenhower the President, by William Ewald, 228

Eisenhower World Affairs Institute, 412

"Eisenhower's Legacy," by Stephen E. Ambrose, 227-236

Eizenstat, Stuart, 68, 71; oral history interview with opened, 106; photo, 67; quoted, 67

Electronic records, 312, 410

Elements of Logick, by William Duncan, 30

Elizabeth II, (queen of England) photo, 248

Ellington, Duke, photo, 248

Ellis Island, NY, 313

Elssler, Fanny, 241-242; port., 243

Energy, U.S. Department of, 67; records accessioned, 102, and opened, 304; slides accessioned, 210

Energy Mobilization Board, 72

Energy policy, article about, 63 79

Energy production information, records relating to dissemination of opened, 304

Energy Security Corporation, 72

Energy Security Fund, 66, 72

Engineers, Office of the Chief of, 84, 355, 356, 360; records accessioned, 101, 103, 403, declassified, 209, and opened, 402

Engineers, U.S. Army Corps of, 194, 195, 365

Engrossed Bills and Resolutions of the U.S. Senate, 1789-1817, microfilm publication, 409

Environmental Protection Agency, 366; records accessioned, 102, and opened, 105

Equity Case Files from the Western District Court of Texas at El Paso Relating to the Chinese Exclusion Acts, 1892-1915, by Margaret Hacker, microfilm publication, 409

Erikson, Erick, 126

Esquire Award Jazz Concert, 14

Esquire magazine, article about, 7-23

"Esquire v. Walker: The Postmaster General and 'The Magazine for Men,'" by Jean Preer, 7-23

Ethics law reform, records relating to accessioned, 100

Europe, 231; records relating to declassified, 96, 97

Evangelist (newsletter), 177

Evans, Benjamin Ridgway, watercolor by, 29

Evans, Rowland, Jr., oral history interview with accessioned, 405

"Evenings at the White House," 249

Ewald, William, 228

"'Exclusive Trade Union' of the Post-Presidency, The," by Don W. Wilson, 224-225

Execution Rocks Lighthouse and Life Saving Station, New Rochelle, NY, photo, 190

Executive privilege, 230, 262

Exhibits, 81 89, 214 215, 218, 313, 417-418, 419

Extension Service, 360

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Fair Employment Practice Committee, records transferred, 402

Fall, Bernard, papers accessioned, 405, and opened, 311

Family history research, 217-218

Far East, records relating to declassified, 96

Farewell to the Chief: Former Presidents in American Life, 253

Farm Security Administration, 360

Federal Aviation Administration, records accessioned, 211

Federal Bureau of Investigation, 171, 172, 231, 391; records relating to accessioned, 99, and opened, 307

Federal Communications Commission, records relating to opened, 105

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, records opened, 307

Federal Election Commission, records opened, 307

Federal Highway Administration, records accessioned, 102

"Federal Indian Policy: The Dawes Commission, 1887-1898," by Kent Carter, 339-349

Federal Records Project, 202

Federal Supply Service, records accessioned, 98

Federation of Genealogical Societies, 93

Felt, W. Mark, records relating to accessioned, 99

Fenians, 390

Fenton, Col. James, 132

Ferguson Committee to Review Decartelization, records declassified and opened, 402

Field, W. A., 390

Fillmore, Millard, 224, 255, 261, 265; photo, 267

Fine Arts Commission, 82, 84

Fire Prevention Program, 359

First Amendment rights, article about, 7-23

Fish, Hamilton, 390

Fish Advisory Committee, 276

Fish and Wildlife Service, records transferred, 216

Fisher, William, papers accessioned, 407

Fitzgerald, John, 116, 117-118, 125; article about family, 115 127; photo, 120

"Fitzgeralds and the Kennedys: Reflections of a Biographer, The," by Doris Kearns Goodwin, 115-127

Five Civilized Tribes, 340, 341-342, 345, 348

Flanagan, Rev. Edward, 16

Flemming, Arthur S., oral history interview with accessioned, 104

Flood, Richard, oral history interview with accessioned and opened, 405-406

Ford, Betty, 249

Ford, Gerald R., 215, 249, 253; papers relating to accessioned, 211; photo, 248, 265

Foreign Claims Settlement Commission of the United States, records opened, 307

Foreign Economic Policy, Council on, records declassified, 310

Foreign Records Seized 1941--, National Archives Collection of, records declassified, 208

Forest Service, 358-359, 366; records accessioned, 98 99, 102, 211

Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada, article about, 129-148

Fort George, Ontario, Canada, 130, 134, 135

Fort Niagara, NY, 130, 135

Fort Schlosser, NY, 134, 135, 138

Fourteenth Amendment, 370

France, records relating to accessioned, 99

Frank, Amos R., 156, 161; letter by, 158

Frank, John D., 198

Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 295

Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute, 411

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, accessions and openings, 405; grants, 411; painting for presented, 218

"Frederic Remington and the American Indian" (exhibit), 419

Freedmen, 347-348, 370-387

Freedmen's Bureau, 84

Freedom of Information Act, 391

Freedom of the press, article about, 7-23

Fremont, John, maps by, 212

Fry, Joseph, 390

Fukuda, Takeo, photo, 249

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Gaines, Brig. Gen. Edward L., 139, 140, 142

Galbraith, John Kenneth, quoted, 292

Gallico, Paul, 8

Gamarekian, Barbara, oral history interview with opened, 311

Gardner, Alexander, 296, 359

Garfield, Gen. James A., 297

Garrison Diversion Project, records relating to accessioned, 102

Gellert, Charles Lawrence, film guide by, 212

Genealogical research, 195; articles about, 90 93, 217-218, 300-303, 396-399

General Accounting Office, 194, 195

General Allotment Act, 340, 341

General Records Schedules, updated, 408

General Services Administration, 217; files opened, 305; records relating to accessioned, 98

General Walter Bedell Smith as Director of Central Intelligence, October 1950-February 1953, by Ludwell Lee Montague, accessioned, 307

Geographical Surveys West of the 100th Meridian, 365

Geological Survey, records opened, 307

Geological Survey of the Fortieth Parallel, 365

George, Gerald W., 313

George Norlin Award, 95

George III (King of England), 31-38, 41; engraving of, 32

Georgia, 331, 334

Georgia, University of, 334

Gerald R. Ford Foundation, 211, 412

Gerald R. Ford Library, 253, 312; accessions and openings, 211, 407; grants, 412

German Scientists Program, records opened, 304

Germany, 54, 58; High Commissioner for, records declassified and opened, 402; photographs relating to, 356

Germany Surrenders, 1945, 213

Giamatti, Bart, quoted, 113

Gibbons, William C., papers accessioned, 406

Giltner, Elverne H., 48, 51, 52, 55, 58, 59

Gimbel, Frederic, 278

Gingrich, Arnold, 7-8, 12, 14, 19, 20; photo, 8; quoted, 7, 10,

Glass negatives, 354-355

Glos Ludowy (newspaper), 170

Goff, Charles, 90

Gold, Harry, 391

"Goldbricking with Esquire," 12, 20

Goldfine, Bernard, 393

Goldman, Emma, 204, 217

Goodwin, Doris Kearns, "The Fitzgeralds and the Kennedys: Reflections of a Biographer," 115-127

Gorbachev, Mikhail S., photo, 294

Government Printing Office, 213, 320, 321, 358

Government Reports, Office of, 358

"Government's Lawyers: United States Attorneys Records in the National Archives, The," by Robert C. Morris, 388-394

Graham, Billy, 262-263

Grand Canyon National Park, files accessioned, 211

Grant, George Alexander, 360, 365; photo by, 358

Grant, Ulysses S., 224, 243, 297

Grants and fellowships, 314, 411-412

Granum, Rex, 70

Gray, L. Patrick, records relating to accessioned, 99

Great Britain, 25 43, 170, 390

"Great Gamble: Jimmy Carter and the 1979 Energy Crisis, The," by J. William Holland, 63 79

Greenbush, NY, 138, 139, 145

Greenglass, David, 391

Greenglass, Ruth, 391

Griffing, Robert P., 58

Grossi, Tom, 410

Guide to Pre-Federal Records in the National Archives, A, compiled by Howard H. Wehmann; rev. by Benjamin L. De Whitt, 212

Guide to the Holdings of the Still Picture Branch, 367

Gwiazda Polarna (newspaper), 177

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Hague Convention, 54

Hahn, Lew, 278; quoted, 277

Hall, Maj. Gen. Amos, 133, 142

Hall, Ardelia R., 50, 52, 53, 55, quoted, 55, 56

Hall, Philene T., article about, 151-167, photo, 150

Halperin, Samuel W., papers accessioned, 406-407

Hamilton, Maxwell, 176, 180

Hampton Institute, 330, 331, 332

Hanafi Muslims, records relating to accessioned, 97

Hannegan, Robert, 21

Harding, Warren, 241

Harkness Ballet, 248

Harper's Weekly, 295

Harriman, W. Averell, 172, 182, 263; oral history interview with accessioned, 405

Harris, Essic, 370-387

Harris, William Torrey, 324, 328, 330, 331, 332, 334; photo, 329, quoted, 328, 330, 331, 333

Harrison, Benjamin, 241, 327

Harrison, Tom C., 52-56, 58-59

Harry S. Truman Book Award, 411

Harry S. Truman Library, 262, 411; accessions and openings, 310, 405; grants, 411; records declassified, 103, 310

Hart, Gary, 286; photo, 288

Harvard University, 55

Hazlett, Swede, 230, 233, 235

Hayden Survey, 365

Hayes, Lucy, 243

Hayes, Rutherford B., 243, 244, 330

Hays, Brooks, oral history interview with opened, 311

Health and Human Services, U.S. Department of, records opened, 305

Heinrich, Anthony Philip, quoted, 242

Heinrich Hoffmann Photographic Collection, 217

Helena, MT, records relating to accessioned, 102

Heller, Jonathan, 213; "A Civil War Album," 295-299

Helms, Jesse, 286

Hemingway, Ernest, 8, 14; papers accessioned, 311; portrait of accessioned, 104

Hemingway, Mary, items received from, 104; oral history interview with opened, 311; papers accessioned, 311

HemisFair Exposition (San Antonio, TX, 1968), photographs relating to accessioned, 210

Henry, Joseph, 189

Herbert Hoover Library-Museum, 224, 225, 253, 260, 411; accessions and openings, 103, 309, 404 405; book published, 409; exhibit at, 218; grants, 314; photo, 260

Herndon, William, 198, 200; quoted, 202

Hickenlooper, Bourke B., oral history interview with opened, 104

Hillers, John K., 360, 365

Hine, Lewis W., 360, 363; photo by, 364

Hines, Earl, 249

Historic preservation, 55

Historical Society of Washington, D.C., 85

History of the London Office of the OSS, microfilm publication, 409

Hogan, Capt. John B., 136, 137, 138

Holcombe, J. W., 326

Holland, F. Ross, "American Lighthouses: 200 Years of Service," 188-192

Holland, J. William, "The Great Gamble: Jimmy Carter and the 1979 Energy Crisis," 63-79

Hollers, Hardy, papers accessioned, 407

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 353, 393; quoted, 393

"Holocaust: The Documentary Evidence" (poster exhibit), compiled by Robert Wolfe, 312

Holocaust, Israel, and the Jews: Motion Pictures in the National Archives, The, compiled by Charles Lawrence Gellert, 212

Holt, Daniel D., 313

Holthusen, Henry F., papers accessioned, 103

Home to Thanksgiving, painting by George Henry Durrie, 285

Homeless, Federal Interagency Task Force on Food and Shelter for the, records opened, 304-305

Homestead Laws, 154

Honolulu Academy of Arts, 58

Hoover, Herbert, 224, 246, 253, 257-260, 261, 262, 411; photo, 257, 259, 260; quoted, 260

Hoover, J. Edgar, records relating to opened, 307

Hoover, Lou Henry, photo, 257; records relating to accessioned, 309

Hopkins, Harry, 277, 278, 281

Hopper, Edward, painting by, 196

Horowitz, Vladimir, 246-247, 250; photo, 247

Horszowski, Mieczyslaw , photo , 245

Houdon, Jean Antoine, bust by, 29

House I Live In, The (performance series), 250

Housing and Urban Development, U.S. Department of, records opened, 304 305

Hoving, Walter, 278

How It Was, by Mary Hemingway, notes and drafts accessioned, 311

Howe, Louis M., 274; photo, 276

Howie, Walter, 125

Hughes, Charles Evans, 255

Hughes, Bp. Edwin, photo, 14; quoted, 14, 16

Hughes, Langston, 8

Hughes, Lynn, 217

Hull, Cordell, 177, 178, 180; letter from, 179

Hume, Paul, 246

Hungary, records relating to refugees from accessioned, 99

Hunt, James, 286; photo, 288

Huntsville Normal School, 330

Hutchinson, Thomas, 35

Hutchinson Family, 243

Hyman, Harold M., 200, 202

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Illinois, 198-203

Illinois Eighth Judicial Circuit, 198, 201

Immigration, Bureau of, 90

Immigration and Naturalization Service, arrival records, 90-93

Import Administration, records declassified, 208

In Performance at the White House (music series), 250

Inaugural committees, records opened, 305-306

India, 393-394

Indian Affairs, Bureau of, 347; article about, 151-167; records accessioned, 100-101, 211

"Indian Depredation Cases Under the Acts of 1891 and 1915," by Constance Potter and Jean West, 396 399

Indian reservations, 339, 340, 343

Indian Rights Association, 343

Indian Territory, 341-348, 399

Ingalls, John J., photo, 326; quoted, 325

Institute of Marxism-Leninism, 217

InterAmerican Police Academy, records declassified, 208

Interior, Office of the Secretary of the, 84; records accessioned, 403, and opened, 304

Interior, U.S. Department of the, 328, 334, 364, 365, 396

International Council on Archives, 95

Iran, 66, 67

Ireland, 390

Iroquois

Indians, 133

Irwin, Will, 258

Israel, files relating to opened, 105

Izard, Maj. Gen. George, 144-145; port., 145

Izvestia, 172

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Jackson, Elihu E., 331

Jackson,Jesse, photo, 293

Jackson, Leonora, 244

Jackson, Gen. "Stonewall," photo, 297

Jackson, William Henry, 360, 365

James, Arthur H., 281; photo, 280

Japan, 394; records relating to declassified and opened, 401

Japan Surrenders, 1945, 213

Jefferson, Thomas, 32, 33, 37, 39 40, 112, 224, 232, 240, 241, 242, 254; bust of, 29; quoted, 30, 321; "Thoughts on English Prosody," 30

Jefferson Memorial, 84

Jernegan, John, oral history interview with opened, 311

Jessup, Philip C., records accessioned, 99

Jesup, Maj. Thomas, 144

Jewish history, film guide to, 212

Jimmy Carter Library, accessions and openings, 105-106

John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 248

John F. Kennedy Library, 119; accessions and openings, 104, 311, 405-406; grants, 412

Johnson, Andrew, 224, 390

Johnson, Lyndon B., 115-116, 126, 231, 248, 264; photo, 116; quoted, 248

Joint American Military Advisory Group, records declassified and opened, 401

Joint Chiefs of Staff, records accessioned, 307

Jones, Norvell M. M., 213

Jones, Wesley L., 334

Jordan, Hamilton, 68, 70, 73, 74, 76, photo, 77

Joshua Tree National Monument, CA, files accessioned, 404

Journal of Musick, by Madame Le Pelletier, 241, 242

Judge Advocate General (Army), Office of the, records opened, 308

Judiciary Act of 1789, 200, 388

"'Just and Equitable Division': Jim Crow and the 1890 Land-Grant College Act," by Jean Preer, 323-337

Justice, U.S. Department of, 388, 396, 398, 399; records accessioned, 99, and opened, 305; records relating to opened, 307

Justice for Cyprus Committee, papers relating to accessioned, 310

Justice for Greece Committee, papers relating to accessioned, 310

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Kansas, 391

Kansas State University, commencement address at, 112-113

Kappel, Frederick R., oral history interview with opened, 104

Keel, William H., Jr., oral history interview with accessioned, 405

Kellerman, Annette, 16; photo, 17

Kennedy, Edward M., 63, 66, 119; papers accessioned, 104

Kennedy, Jacqueline Bouvier, 246

Kennedy, John F., 124, 125, 231, 245, 246, 263, 264; photo, 114, 117, 122, 126, 127, 235, 263, 292; quoted, 293

Kennedy, Jon, cartoon by, 287

Kennedy, Joseph, 119, 120, 121, 124 125; article about family, 115 127; photo, 117, 121, 124, 127

Kennedy, Kathleen, photo, 114

Kennedy, Joseph, Jr., 124-125; photo, 114, 117, 122, 124, 127

Kennedy, Robert F., files opened, 311; papers opened, 104; photo, 117

Kennedy, Rose, 116, 118, 119, 120 122, 124 125; photo, 121, 123

Kennedy, Rosemary, 122, 124

Kennedy Crises: The Press, the Presidency, and Foreign Policy, The, research materials for accessioned, 104

Kern, Montague, research materials accessioned, 104

Kerner, Otto, 393

Kerr, Clark, 172

Keynesianism, 289, 290, 292, 293

Keyserling, Leon H., papers opened, 405

Khrushchev, Nikita, photo, 233

Kidd, Meredith H., 341

Kilmer, Sgt. Joyce, letter about, 303

Kim Che-won, 53, 55, 56

King Survey, 365

Kirk, Elise K., "Music at the White House: Lyrical Images of America," 239-251

Knack, Martha C., "Philene T. Hall, Bureau of Indian Affairs Field Matron: Planned Culture Change of Washakie Shoshone Women," 151-167

Knapp, Michael, "World War I Service Records," 300-303

Knebel, Fletcher, oral history interview with opened, 104

Knez, Eugene I., 56, 58

"Knight Before Christmas, The" (poem), 9, 10

Korea, Republic of, 50, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 58-59, 232

Korean Cultural Association, 56

Korean War, 362; article about, 47 61; records relating to opened, 306, 308

Kosciuszko League, 170, 171, 173, 182

Kovler, Marjorie, 412

Krzycki, Leo, 171, 172; photo, 171

Ku Klux Klan, 370-387

Kuttner, Robert, 293

Kyongju National Museum, 56; photo, 58

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Labor Statistics, Bureau of, records opened, 306-307

LaGuardia, Fiorello H., 282; photo, 282; quoted, 282, 283

Lake Erie, 130, 136, 144

Lake Mead National Recreation Area, files accessioned, 211

Lake Mohonk Conference (1885), 341

Lake Ontario, 130, 131

Land-grant colleges, 323 337

Land Management, Bureau of, 194; records accessioned, 210

Lange, Dorothea, 360; photo by, 360

Lange, Oskar, 171, 172, 173, 174, 176, 180; photo, 173

Langer, James, 10

Language, political, 291, 292-294

Latin America, records relating to declassified, 96

Latrobe, Benjamin, 240-241

Latter-Day Saints, Church of Jesus Christ of, 154, 156, 164

Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, records relating to accessioned, 102

Leach, Paul R., papers accessioned, 309

League of Nations, 256

Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres, by Hugh Blair, 29

Lee, Robert E., 228

Lee, Russell, 360, 364; photo by, 365

LeHand, Missy, 280

Lekarczyk, Rev. Andrew, quoted, 177

L'Enfant, Pierre, 81, 82, 83

Lenin, V. I., 217

Letterman Army Medical Center, records relating to accessioned, 102

Levering, Patricia W., research materials accessioned, 104

Levering, Ralph B., research materials accessioned, 104

Lewis, Eugenia E., reference files opened, 304

Lewis, Sinclair, 258

"Liberal Education and the Civic Self," by Don W. Wilson, 112-113

Liberalism, article about, 286-294

Library of Congress, 85, 297, 321, 360

Lighthouse Board, 189, 190, 191, 193

Lighthouse Keepers, Registers of, 195

Lighthouse Service, 189, 193, 194, 195

Lighthouse at Two Lights, The, painting by Edward Hopper, 196

Lighthouses, article about, 188 195

Lighthouses, Bureau of, 189, 193

Lincoln, Abraham, 112, 243, 273, 324; article about, 198-203; photo, 199, 296 "Lincoln at the Bar: New Documentation of Abraham Lincoln's Law Career," by Shirley J. Burton, 19-203

Lincoln at the Bar: Selected Case Files from the United States District and Circuit Courts, Southern District of Illinois, 1855-1861, by Shirley J. Burton, microfilm publication, 409

Lincoln Institute, 330

Lind, John, 38

Linden, Lawrence H., files opened, 105

Lipshutz, Robert, oral history interview with opened, 106

List, Eugene, photo, 264

List of Code of Federal Regulations Sections, 1973 through 1985, 408

Little Rock, AR, 230

Lockwood, Elizabeth K., "American Lighthouses: Textual Records in the National Archives," 193-195

Logan, Stephen, 198, 200

Los Angeles County Museum, 53

Lossing, Benson, 141

Lucas, Stephen E., "The Stylistic Artistry of the Declaration of Independence," 25-43

Lundy's Lane, Battle of, 130, 135, 138-139; engraving of, 136

Lyndon Baines Johnson Foundation, 412

Lyndon B. Johnson Library, accessions and openings, 104-105, 406-407; grants, 412

Lyon, Danny, 362

Lyon, Paul A., papers accessioned, 103

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MAAG-Netherlands, records declassified, 209

Maas, Peter, resource materials opened, 104

McAdoo, William G., 273; photo, 274

MacArthur, Gen. Douglas, 48

McCabe, Edward A., oral history interview with accessioned, 104

McCarthy, Joseph, 229, 230; photo, 229

McCormick, Anne O'Hare, 180

McCoy, Donald R., 224, 253; "'Be Yourself': Harry S. Truman as Former President," 261-264

McCracken, Paul, files opened, 105

McCune, Wesley, papers accessioned, 310, declassified, 310, and opened, 405

McGovern, George, 286; photo, 288

McIntyre, M. H., 276

McKay, James C., records accessioned, 98

McKennon, Archibald S., 341, 343

McKinley, William, 241, 333

McMillan Commission, 82

Macy, John, papers being processed, 105

Madison, Dolley, 240-241

Madison, James, 4, 254

Magill, Lt. Col. L. J., quoted, 392

Magnus, Charles, painting by, 86

Maine, 388, 390

Managing Audiovisual Records, 312

Managing Cartographic and Architectural Records, 312

Managing the Records of Temporary Commissions, 312

Manifests of Passengers Arriving in the St. Albans, Vermont, District through Canadian Pacific and Atlantic Ports, 1895-1954 (microfilm publication), 92

Manifests of Passengers Arriving in the St. Albans, Vermont, District through Canadian Pacific Ports, 1929-1949 (microfilm publication), 92

Manual for Court Martial, compiled by Gen. Charles L. Decker, records relating to opened, 308

Marine Inspection and Navigation, Bureau of, records transferred, 216

Maritime Administration, records opened, 308

Marjorie Kovler Foundation, 412

Marrs, Theodore D., files opened, 211

Marshall, Rev. Peter, 16; photo, 16

Marshall Plan, records relating to declassified, 96

Martin Luther King, Jr., Library, Washington, DC, 85

Maryland, 331, 334

Maryland Agricultural College, 331

Masson, Andre, paintings by donated, 104

Matray, James I., "The Spoils of War: The Korean War as an American Case Study," 47-61

Mayes, Samuel H., 346; photo, 345

Mead, Wilfred J., 360

Meade, George, 191

Meese, Edwin, III, records relating to accessioned, 98

Mellett, Lowell, 277

Melz, Rabbi Solomon, 16 17

Mencken, H. L., 19, 21; photo, 19

Menominee Agency, records accessioned, 101

Meserve, Charles M., 343

Microfilm publications, 84 85, 9293, 301, 409; atomic bomb, 409; Bureau of Animal Industry, 409; catalogs of, 409; China, 409; District of Columbia, 84-85; Office of Strategic Services, 409; Stars and Stripes, 409; U.S. Army, 301; U.S. district courts, 409; U.S. House of Representatives, 409; U.S. Senate, 409; War Department, 409

Middle East, National Security Files opened, 105

Miles, Vincent, quoted, 10

"Milestone Documents" series, 213

Military Assistance Advisory Group-Japan, records declassified and opened, 401

Military intelligence, exhibit on, 410

Military Intelligence Division Regional File Relating to China, 1922-1944, The, microfilm publication, 409

Military service records, article about, 300-303

Miller, Dwight M., 411

Miller, Edward, records relating to accessioned, 99

Miller, Herbert John, Jr., oral history interview with accessioned and opened, 405-406

Miller, Brig. Gen. James, 142, 144; engraving of, 135

Mills, Gary, 217

Mills, Robert, 81, 83; sketch by, 81

Mine Safety and Health Administration, records accessioned, 102

Mines, Bureau of, 366; records opened, 304

Minnes, George W., photo by, 297

Minnesota, 391

Minnesota Historical Society, 410

Mint, Bureau of the, records relating to bullion deposits accessioned, 101-102

Mrs. President: Biographical Sketches from Martha to Barbara, by Richard Norton Smith, 409

"Mrs. President: From Martha to Barbara" (exhibit), 218

Mr. Citizen, by Harry S. Truman, 261, 262

Mitrofanov, N. N., 217

Molotov, V. M., 172, 174, 180; photo, 174

Monahan, Arthur C., 334

Mondale, Walter F., 68, 70, 71; photo, 62

Montague, Ludwell Lee, report by accessioned, 307

Montgomery, Field Marshal Bernard Law, 235; photo, 229

Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 90

Monuments, 81-89

Moore, Richard C., 218

Morgan College, 331

Mormons, 154, 156, 164

Morrill, Justin, 324, 325, 326, 332; port., 322

Morrill Act of 1862, 323-337

Morrill Act of 1890, 323 337

Morris, Robert C., "The Government's Lawyers: United States Attorneys Records in the National Archives," 388-394

Moses, Al, files opened, 105

Moullette, John B., papers accessioned, 405

Muccio, John J., 55, 58; photo, 56

Munitions Board, records declassified and opened, 402

Murphy, Frank, 277

Music at the White House: A History of the American Spirit, by Elise K. Kirk, 251

"Music at the White House: Lyrical Images of America," by Elise K. Kirk, 239-251

"My Day" (column), by Eleanor Roosevelt, accessioned, 405

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Namkoong, David, 50, 59

Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, Bureau of, records opened, 305

Nash, George H., 224, 253; "Achieving Post-Presidential Greatness: Lessons from Herbert Hoover," 257-260

Nasz Swiat (newspaper), 170

Natick Laboratory (MA), records opened, 308

Nation, The, quoted, 180

National Advisory Council on Adult Education, records accessioned, 100

National Aeronautics and Space Administration, photographs relating to accessioned, 210; records accessioned, 404

National Archives and Records Administration, see also National Archives Regional Archives System; presidential libraries, 7; accessions and openings, 96-106, 208-211, 304-311, 401-407; Archives 11, 314; Civil Reference Branch, 195, 398; declassified records, 96-97, 103, 104, 208-210, 310, 401-402, 405, 407; exhibits, 81-89, 214-215, 218, 313, 410, 411; genealogical research, 90-93, 195, 217-218, 300-303, 396-399; microfilm publications, 84-85, 92-93, 301, 409; Military Reference Branch, 195; Motion Picture, Sound, and Video Branch, 216; News and Notices, 214-218, 313-314, 410-412; Office of the Federal Register, 212, 408; Office of Records Administration, 408; publications, 212-213, 312, 408-409; Records Declassification Division, 96-97, 208-210, 401-402; Research and Testing Laboratory, 321; Special Archives Division, 210; Still Picture Branch, 353-368; Suitland Reference Branch, 195; Textual Reference Division, 97-100, 304-309

National Archives Gift Collection, 99

"National Archives Preservation Mission, The," by Don W. Wilson, 320-321

National Archives Regional Archives System, 195; Alaska Region, 216, 404, 410; Central Plains Region, 101, 391, 403, 411; Great Lakes Region, 100-101, 391, 393, Mid Atlantic Region, 392; New England Region, 388, 391, 393, 402-403; Northeast Region, 100, 391, 403; Pacific Northwest Region, 103, 404, 410; Pacific Sierra Region, 102, 391, 403-404; Pacific Southwest Region, 103, 211, 391, 404; Rocky Mountain Region, 101-102, 210-211, 391; Southeast Region, 370; Southwest Region, 340, 347, 391

"National Archives Strategy for the Development and Implementation of Standards for the Creation, Transfer, Access, and Long-Term Storage of Electronic Records of the Federal Government, A," 312

National Archives Trust Fund Board, 212

National Archives Volunteers Association, 217

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 334, 336

National Bureau of Standards, 321

National Capital Housing Authority, Records of the, 83

National Capital Planning Commission, 314

National Child Labor Committee, 360, 363

National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, 171

National Cultural Center Act, 248

National Democratic Committee, 9

National Endowment for the Humanities, 217

National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities, 248

National Health Survey, records opened, 308

National Historical Publications and Records Commission, 95, 217, 313, 410

National History Day Award, 410

National Industrial Recovery Act, 274

National Institute for Science and Technology, 321

National Institutes of Health, records opened, 308

National Labor Relations Board, papers relating to accessioned, 310; records opened, 308

National Museum Act of 1966, 248

National Park Service, 84, 358-359, 360, 362, 365; posters and files accessioned, 210, 211, 404

National Personnel Records Center, 301, 302

National Police Gazette, 10

National Recovery Administration, records transferred, 403

National Research Project on Reemployment Opportunities and Recent Changes in Industrial Techniques, 360

National Retail Dry Goods Association, 273, 278, 281, 282

National Security Council, records declassified, 103, 104, 310, 405, and opened, 407

National Thanksgiving Association, 276

National War Labor Board, records transferred, 211, 403

National Wildflower Research Center, files accessioned, 406

National Youth Administration, 364

Native Americans, 339-349, 396-399; article about, 151-167; exhibit about, 411; in War of 1812, 133, 134

Natural resources, photographs of, 364-366

Naturalization, court records accessioned, 101

Naval Intelligence, Office of, records declassified, 209

Naval Operating Forces, records declassified, 209

Naval Operations, Office of the Chief of, declassified, 97, 209, 401, and opened, 401

Naval Records and Library, Office of, 358

Navigation, aids to, 188-195

Navy, U.S. Department of the, 360, 363, 364; records opened, 305

Navy regulations, records relating to opened, 305

Near East, records relating to declassified, 97

Neville, Carlton, papers opened, 106

New Deal, 256, 257, 259, 288, 289, 290, 291, 363 364

New England Watch and Ward Society, 18, 19

New Mexico, 399

New Republic, quoted, 180

New York, 133, 388, 390

New York Militia, 130, 133, 134, 135, 141, 142, 144

New York Times, 50, 73, 180, 274, 277, 278, 281; Paris Bureau, 355

Niagara River, 129, 130, 131, 134, 135, 139

Nicholson, Claudia J., "Washington: Behind the Monuments," 81-89

Nicholson, Norman, oral history interview with accessioned, 405

Niebuhr, Reinhold, 290

Nims, F. A., 365

Nixon, Richard M., 215, 230, 231, 248 249, 253, 264, 293; photo, 232, 248, 265; quoted, 235

Nixon Presidential Materials Staff, accessions and openings, 105

Noble, John W., 328, 330, 331; photo, 328

Nofziger, Franklyn C., records relating to accessioned, 98

Noll, John Francis, quoted, 22

North Carolina, 370

North Dakota, 95

"Not Without Protest: Life in the Appalachian Coalfields" (exhibit), 313

Nowy Swiat (newspaper), 177

Nuclear Regulatory Commission, records accessioned, 99

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O'Brien, William C., photo, 14

Official Register of the United States, 195

Ohio Chamber of Commerce, 274

Oil Import Administration, records opened, 304

O'Keefe, Capt. Cornelius Francis, 359

Oklahoma, 341, 347, 391

O'Leary, Bp. Thomas, 177, 180, 182; photo, 177

OPEC, 66-68, 73

Operation Overlord, 227

Ordeal of Woodrow Wilson, The, by Herbert Hoover, 259-260

Order of Battle of U.S. Land Forces in the World War, 1926-47, background records opened, 306

Ordnance, Bureau of, 356

Ordnance, Office of the Chief of, 356, records transferred, 403

Orlemanski, Rev. Stanislas, article about, 169-183; photo 172, 174; quoted, 171, 173, 174, 178, 182

"Orphan Ann," 391-392

O'Sullivan, Timothy, 296, 359, 360, 365; photo by, 355

Otis, D. S., 341

Our Lady of the Rosary Church, Springfield, MA, 170, 182; photo, 171

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Paderewski, Ignacy Jan, 244, 245; photo, 245

Paine, Thomas, Common Sense, 38; quoted, 27, 38

Panama, records relating to opened, 307

Panama Canal, records relating to accessioned, 99

Panama Canal Company, records declassified, 97, and opened, 309

Paper quality, 204-205, 320-321

Parham, R. Bruce, 410

Parker, Ralph R., 180; files opened, 308

Passenger lists, military personnel, 301

Passport Division, records opened, 305

Passport Office, records declassified, 97

Paterson, William B., 327

Patman, Wright papers accessioned, 104, 406

Peabody, Henry, 365

Peace Corps, records opened, 306, 311; volunteers' materials accessioned, 104, 405

"Peace, It's Wonderful" (poem), by Phil Stack, 15, 16

Peale, Norman Vincent, quoted, 281

Pearson, Drew, 180; papers opened, 104-105, 406

Pei, I. M.,81

Pelletier, Madame Le, 241, 242

Penfield Reef, NY, lighthouse, illus., 189

Pennsylvania Newspaper Publishers Association, 21

Pennsylvania Volunteers, Fifth, 132, 133

Pepper, Claude, 265

Perilous Going, cartoon by Jon Kennedy, 287

Peters, Charles, 293

Petitions Submitted to the U.S. Senate Requesting the Removal of Political Disabilities of Former Confederate Officeholders, 1869-1877, by Catherine Tumber, microfilm publication, 409

Petroleum industry, 66, 67

Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, 355

"Philene T. Hall, Bureau of Indian Affairs Field Matron: Planned Culture Change of Washakie Shoshone Women," by Martha C. Knack, 151-167

Philip Morris Companies Inc., 5

Philippine Insurrection, 359, 362

Phillies, George E., papers accessioned, 310

Phoenix Indian School, case files accessioned, 211

Photographers, 359-360, 362

Photographic processes, 353-359

Photography, 353-368; in the Civil War, 295-299

Pierce, Franklin, 265; photo, 267

Pierce, Waldo, portrait by donated, 104

Pierre Indian Agency, SD, records accessioned, 101

Pigman, Wendell, oral history interview with opened, 406

Pike National Forest, records relating to accessioned, 211

Pilsudski, Marshal Josef, 177

Pipelines, oil and gas, records relating to opened, 304

Pius XII, 177, 180

Platoff, Donya, 217

Pleasonton, Stephen, 188

Point Loma lighthouse, San Diego, CA, 190

Poland, 169-183; government-in-exile, 169-183; photographs of, 356

Polish American Labor Council, 171

Polish Americans, article about, 169-183

Political Action Committees, medical, records relating to opened, 307

Poole, DeWitt, 173, 176, 178, 180, 182; quoted, 182

Pope, John Russell, 82

Pope, Nathaniel, 202

Porter, Brig. Gen. Peter B., 134, 142, 144, 145; port., 134

Posters, 353, 356, 358-359

Poston, Gretchen, 250

Potter, Constance, "St. Albans Passenger Arrival Records," 90-93; and Jean West, "Indian Depredation Cases Under the Acts of 1891 and 1915," 396-399

Powell, Jody, 67, 76; oral history interview with opened 106; photo, 77

Powell Survey, 365

Powers, David F., oral history interview with opened and papers accessioned, 311

Prajadhipok, Phra Pok Klao (king of Siam), 246

Preer, Jean, "Esquire v. Walker: The Postmaster General and 'The Magazine for Men'," 7-23; "'Just and Equitable Division': Jim Crow and the 1890 Land-Grant College Act," 323-337

Preservation of Archival Records: Holdings Maintenance at the National Archives, by Mary Lynn Ritzenthaler, 213

"Preservation Research Priorities: Past and Present," 312

"Preserving Family Papers," by Mary Lynn Ritzenthaler, 204-207

Presidential libraries, see also individual libraries; accessions and openings, 103-106, 211, 309 311, 404-407; exhibits, 214-215; grants, 314, 412

Presidential Libraries Act of 1955, 262

President's Commission on Coal, 364

President's Commission on Federal Ethics Law Reform records accessioned, 100

President's Commission on the Human Immunodeficiency Virus Epidemic, records accessioned, 99

Presidents, U.S., retired, articles about, 224-225, 253-267

Presidio (San Francisco, CA), records relating to accessioned, 102

Press, Frank, files opened, 105; oral history interview with opened, 106

Preventive Medicine: Civil Affairs/Military Government Public Health Activities, 1956-77, background records opened, 306

Price, Billy F., 217

Price, Ray, 235

Price Administration, Office of, 358

Price v. United States, 217

"Primarily Teaching" (workshop), 212

Privacy Act of 1974, 301

Property Review Board, records accessioned, 98

Psychological Strategy Board, records declassified, 103, 310, 405

Public Buildings and Public Parks of the National Capital Records of the Office of, 83

Public Buildings Service, 84, 355

Public Papers of President Reagan, 212, 408

Public Papers of the Presidents, 262

Puerto Rico, 193

Pugh, James L., 325, 326, 330

Putnam, George, 189

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Quartermaster Corps, 300; records relating to opened, 308

Quartermaster General, Office of the, 301

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Race relations, 323-337

Race Rock light, NY, illus., 196

Racial conflict, 370-387

Radio Tokyo, 391

Rafshoon, Gerald, 63, 65, 67, 68, 70, 71, 72, 73, 76; oral history interview with opened, 106; photo, 64, 68, 77; quoted, 65

Railey, Victor, 50

Rapin-Thoyras, Paul de, engraving by, 83

Raumbild Verlag, 356

Reader's Digest, 17, 20

Ready, Msgr. Michael J., 177

Reagan, Nancy, photo, 250

Reagan, Ronald, 230, 250, 253, 293; photo, 250, 265, 294; public papers published, 212, 408

Real Thing, The, Joseph Valachi journal opened, 104

Reclamation, Bureau of, 366; records accessioned, 210

Reconstruction, 370-387

Records management, 312, 320 321, 410; poster available, 408

Records preservation, 205-207, 213, 216-217

Records preservation aids, 207

Records Reconstruction Branch, 301

Records of the U.S. Morgan Horse Farm, 1907-1951, by Frederick J. Romanski, microfilm publication, 409

Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, Records of the Bureau of, 84

Reggie, Edmund M., oral history interview with accessioned and opened, 405-406

Regional Archives System, 212

Register of Enlistments in the U.S. Army, 1798-1914, microfilm publication, 301, 302

Remington, Frederic, exhibit about, 419

Rent Commission of the District of Columbia, Records of the, 83

Republican party, 288

"Research Issues in Electronic Records" (working meeting), 410

Retail Research Association of Ohio, 282

Revere, Paul, engraving by, 36

Rhee, Syngman, 56, 58

Rice, Velma, 217

Richards, George J., papers declassified, 310, 405

Ridgway, W., engraving by, 135

Ritzenthaler, Mary Lynn, 213; "Preserving Family Papers," 204-207

Road West, The (teaching unit), 212

Robert F. Kennedy Oral History Project, 311, 405 406

Rockwell, Alvin J., papers accessioned, 310

Rocky Mountain Laboratory, records opened, 308

"Role of Former Presidents, The," by John Milton Cooper, Jr., George H. Nash, Donald R. McCoy, and Daniel J. Boorstin, 253-267

Roosevelt, Edith, 244-245

Roosevelt, Eleanor, 247; "My Day" columns accessioned, 405; photo, 281; quoted, 247

Roosevelt, Franklin D., 9, 54, 169-173, 176-178, 180 182, 229, 247, 256, 257, 260, 261, 288, 290, 291, 363, 410; article about, 273-285; cartoons about, 290, 291, photo 170, 272, 281, 289; quoted, 273, 278, 280, 282

Roosevelt, Theodore, 224, 244-245, 253, 254-257, 259; photo, 254, 255

Root, George F., 243, 244

Roper, Daniel Cc, 274

Rose, Donald, oral history interview with opened, 406

Rosenberg, Ethel and Julius, 391; court records relating to accessioned, 100

Rosetti, Joseph, oral history interview with opened, 406

Ross, Jane, 314

Roth, William M., papers opened, 407

Rothschild, Robert, oral history interview with accessioned, 405

Rowe, Abbie, 360, 362

Rubenstein, Artur, 247; photo, 247

Russell, Capt. Andrew J., 296, 359, 362

Russky Golos (newspaper), 170

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Sacks, I. Milton, papers accessioned, 407

Safire, William, 73

St. Albans, VT, 90-93 "St. Albans Passenger Arrival Records," by Constance Potter, 90-93

St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Records of, 83

St. Stephen's Church, Boston, MA, 117; photo, 118

Saltonstall, Leverett, 278

San Isabel National Forest, records relating to accessioned, 211

Sandburg, Carl, 200

Sandel, Michael, 293

Sanders, Ed, files opened, 105

Sanford, Terry, oral history interview with opened, 311

Saturday Review of Literature, 21

Saulnier, Raymond J., papers accessioned, 103

"Saving a National Resource: A New Role for Former Presidents in American Public Life," by Daniel J. Boorstin, 265-267

"Scarecrow: A One-Act Play," by Chuck Cummings, 313-314, 370-387

Schenck, Charles T., 392-393

Schenck v. U.S., 392

Schlesinger, Arthur M., Jr., papers accessioned, 104, 311; photo, 292; quoted, 291

Schlesinger, James, 68, 70, 73

Schmidt, Helmut, 249

Schneider, Alexander, photo, 245

Schneiders, Greg, 71, 73

Schneir, Miriam, 391

Schneir, Walter, 391

Schultz, Dutch, 392; wanted poster for, 389

Science and Technology Guide to Manuscript Holdings, 312

Scott, Brig. Gen. Winfield, 131, 132, 134, 135, 138; port., 128; quoted, 132

Seaborg, Glenn T., papers accessioned, 406

Secchia, Peter, papers accessioned, 211

Second Mohonk Conference on the Negro Question, 330

Security and Consular Affairs, Bureau of, records accessioned, 305

Selective Service Act, 300

Selective Service System, records accessioned and opened 403, 404

Selika, Marie, 244; photo, 244

Seminole Tribe, 340, 348

Seoul National University Library, 55

Separate-but-equal doctrine, 323-337

Shanghai, China, 394

Shaw University, 330

Shea, Rev. George, 177

Sheffield School, Yale University, 332

Shepard, Tazewell, Jr., oral history interview with accessioned, 405-406

Sheppard, Harold, files opened, 105

Shipley, Ruth, 173, 177

Ships, Bureau of, 355; records declassified and opened, 401

Shoshone Tribe, article about, 151-167

Shotwell, James T., 277

Sidey, Hugh, 116

Signal Corps, 359, 362, 363

Signal Officer, Office of the Chief, records declassified, 97

Silverman, Leon, records accessioned, 98

Sioux Tribe, 396

"Sketch of the Washington Nat'l. Monument," by Robert Mills, 81

Skylab, photographs relating to accessioned, 210

Smalley, Eugene V., quoted, 239

Smith, Hoke, 330, 334

Smith, Richard Norton, "Celebrating Eisenhower's Centennial," 214-216; Mrs. President: Biographical Sketches from Martha to Barbara, 409

Smith-Lever Act, 334, 336

Smithsonian Institution, 355, 356, 360, 365; records relating to opened, 105

Smokey Bear, 359

Snyder, Dean A., papers accessioned, 310

Sobell, Morton, court records relating to accessioned, 100

Social Security Administration, 364

Socialist party (U.S.), 392

Society of American Archivists, 95

Soil Conservation Service, 366

Soldiers of the Great War, 302

Solid Fuels Administration for War, 360, 364

Sorenson, Theodore C., 412

Soundex Index to Canadian Border Entries through the St. Albans, Vermont, District, 1895-1924 (microfilm publication), 92-93

Soundex Index to Entries into the St. Albans, Vermont, District through Canadian Pacific and Atlantic Ports, 1924-1952 (microfilm publication), 93

Sousa, John Philip, 244

South Carolina, 331-332

Southern University, 330, 332

Southwest Pass, LA, lighthouse, illus., 188

Soviet American Genealogical Archival Service, 217

Soyda, Waclaw, 170-171, 182; quoted, 170

Spain, 390

Spanish-American War, 359, 362

Sparks, William R., papers accessioned, 406

"Spoils of War: The Korean War as an American Case Study, The," by James I. Matray, 47-61

Sprague Committee on Information Activities Abroad, report of declassified, 310

Springer, William McKendree, 347

Springfield, MA, 170

Sputnik, 233, 234, 293

Stack, Phil, "December" (poem), 12, "Peace, It's Wonderful" (poem), 15, 16; "Victory Song" (poem), 11

Stalin, Joseph, 169, 170, 172, 173, 174, 176, 180, 182; photo, 168, 170, 174; quoted, 174

Stamps, postage, 188, 192

Stanford University, Hoover Institution, 260

Stanton, Robert B., 365

Stars and Stripes: Newspaper of the U.S. Armed Forces in the Pacific, 1945-1963, microfilm publication, 409

State, U.S. Department of, 47, 50, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 59, 172, 173, 176-177, 180; records accessioned, 99-100, declassified, 97, 208, and opened, 305

State-War-Navy Coordinating Committee, 54

Steel industry, records relating to opened, 306-307

Steichen, Edward, 359-360

Steinway & Sons, 244

Stephenson, R. Rex, 314

Stereographs, 356

Stettinius, Edward R., 173, 176, 182

Stevens, Ted, 216, 410

Stevenson, Adlai, 263-264; photo, 262

Stillman, John, papers accessioned, 311

Stone, Harlan, quoted, 54-55

Stowe, Leland, 180

Strategic Services, Office of, conference on the role of, 410; records accessioned, 100, declassified, 97, 209, and opened, 309

Stuart, John T., 198, 201

"Stylistic Artistry of the Declaration of Independence, The," by Stephen E. Lucas, 25-43

Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement, Office of, 366

Surgeon General (Army), Office of the, records accessioned, 102

Swanson, Gloria, 119, 120, 121

Swift, Col. Philetus, 134, 135

Swing, Raymond Gram, quoted, 8

Symington, Stuart, 264

Synthetic fuels, records relating to opened, 304

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Taft, Robert A., 283, photo, 283

Taft, William Howard, 54, 224; photo, 55

Talbot, George F., 390

Tax legislation, records relating to opened, 305

Taylor, Joseph, 325; quoted, 325

Taylor, Myron, 180

Teaching with Documents, 212

Technical Cooperation Administration, records declassified and opened, 402

Technical Information Papers, 213, 312

Technical Services, Office of, records declassified, 208

Teller, Henry, 342

Tennessee Valley Authority, 360

"Thanksgiving: Another FDR Experiment," by G. Wallace Chessman, 273-285

Thayer, Walter N., papers accessioned, 309

Thirty-Mile Point lighthouse, NY, illus., 194

Thompson, Dorothy, 180

Thornberry, Homer, papers accessioned, 406

"Through America's Gate" (exhibit), 313

Tidings (newsletter), 177

Timasheff, N. S., 180

Timbimboo, Moroni, photo, 164

Time magazine, quoted, 22

Times, The (London), 180

"To Pray, To Publish, To Speak As We Please," by Don W. Wilson, 4-5

"Tokyo Rose," 391

Tolan, James E., oral history interview with opened, 406

Tompkins, Daniel D., 133, 142

Topaz (play), by Jane Ross, 314

Trachoma, 154-155, 156, 157, 161, 164

Trail of Tears, the, 339

Treasury, U.S. Department of the, records opened, 305

Treasury Department Building, 355, 359

Tribal governments, 340-348

Troubridge, Amasa, 137, 140

Troy, Thomas F., records opened, 307

Trubner, Henry, 53, 59

True Confession, 10

Truman, Bess, 261; photo, 261

Truman, Harry S., 224, 231, 245, 246, 253, 261-264, 418; photo, 252, 260, 261, 262, 263, 264; quoted, 246, 261-262, 263, 264

Truman, Margaret, 246, 261; photo, 261

Trumbull, John, painting by, 24

Tunnell, James, 171

Tuskegee Institute, 325, 330, 333; photo, 330

Twenty-second Prisoner of War/Civilian Internee Information Center, records opened, 308

Tyler, John, 240, 242, 265; photo, 266

Tyler, Moses Coit, 25

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Unbound Records of the U.S. House of Representatives, 8th Congress, 1803-1805, microfilm publication, 409

Unbound Records of the U.S. Senate, 8th Congress, 1803-1805, microfilm publication, 409

U.S.S.R., 169-170, 173, 174, 178, 181, 217-218, 231, 232; records relating to opened, 307; religious tolerance in, 174, 178, 180

United Nations, records relating to accessioned, 99

United Nations Assembly on Aging, files relating to opened, 106

U.S. Air Force, records declassified and opened, 401

U.S. Air Force Headquarters, records declassified, 96, 208

U.S. Air Service, 359

U.S. Army, Casualty and Memorial Affairs Operations Center, 129; medical support for (War of 1812), 137-139, 140-142, military service records, 300-302; records relating to accessioned, 306, 308, and declassified and opened, 402; training programs (War of 1812), 131-133; in the War of 1812, article about, 129-148

U.S. Army, Vietnam, unit records declassified, 210

U.S. Army Commands, records accessioned, 101, 102, declassified, 96, 210, 402, and opened, 308, 402

U.S. attorneys, records in Archives, 388 394

United States Bill of Rights, 4-5

U.S. Civil Service Commission, records accessioned, 100

U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, records accessioned and opened, 403

U.S. Coast Guard, 189, 192, 193-195; records accessioned, 404, and transferred, 216

U.S. Conference of Mayors, 282, 283

U.S. Congress, Joint Committee on Printing, 217, 320

U.S. Courts of Appeals, 21; records accessioned, 98, 101, and opened, 404

U.S. Courts of Claims, 396, 398

U.S. Customs Service, records accessioned, 404

U.S. District Courts, 20, 84, 347, 370; case files accessioned, 101, 102, 103, 211, 402, and transferred, 216

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 356

U.S. Fish Commission, 356

U.S. Food Administration, 358

U.S. Geological and Geographic Survey of the Rocky Mountain Region, 365

U.S. Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories, 365

U.S. Geological Survey, 355, 356, 360, 365

U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Government Operations, 216-217; District Committee, 83-84; Government Operations Committee, 320; Un-American Activities Committee, 262

U.S. Information Agency, 355; materials made available, 216; photographs accessioned, 210; records accessioned, 309

United States Marine Band, 240, 244, 245, 249; photo, 240, 249, 250, 251

U.S. Marine Corps, military service records, 300-302

U.S. Maritime Commission, records opened, 309

U.S. Military Railroads Bureau, 362

U.S. Navy, 131, 134, 139, 355, 363; military service records, 300-302

"U.S. Patent Office: Fuel for the Fire of Genius, The," by Tom Grossi, 410

United States Post Office, article about, 7-23

U.S. Postal Service, 188

U.S. Senate, Committee on Education and Labor, 325; District Committee, 83 84; Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights, records opened, 306

U.S.S. Gambier Bay, 218

U.S.S. Lexington, 359-360

U.S. Supreme Court, 7, 21-22, 340, 392-393

U.S./USSR Genealogical Exchange Project, 217-218

U.S. v. Ben Knight, et al., 387

University of California at Berkeley, 217

Urban Affairs, Council for, records relating to opened, 105

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Valachi, Joseph, journal opened, 104

Van Buren, Martin, 224, 241, 255, 261, 265; photo, 266

Vance, Cyrus R., oral history interview with accessioned, 406

Varga girls, 12, 14, 16; illus., 11, 12, 15

Vargas, Alberto, 11, 12

Vichy France, records relating to accessioned, 99

"Victory Song" (poem), by Phil Stack, 11

Vietnam, 232, 264; records relating to declassified, 210, and opened, 306, 308

Vietnam War, 353, 362; files relating to opened, 407

Virgin Islands, 193

Virginia, 330-331

Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College, 330

Virginius (ship), 390

Vocational Rehabilitation, Office of, records opened, 305

Vocational Rehabilitation Administration, records opened, 305

Voice of America, materials made available, 216; records accessioned, 309

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Walch, Timothy, 411

Walker, Frank, 9, 14, 20, 21, 22; photo, 10

Walker, Lewis Emery, 359

Walker, T., engraving by, 141

Wallace, George C., photo, 293

Wallace, Robert A., papers accessioned, 406

Walton, William, oral history interview with accessioned and opened, 406

War & Conflict: Selected Images from the National Archives, 1765-1970, edited by Jonathan Heller, 213, 295, 362, 367

War crimes trials, exhibit of evidence from, 312

War Department, 296-297, 354 356, 359, 363; records declassified, 97

War of 1812, 81; article about a battle in, 129-148

War Information, Office of, 358, 363

War Production Board, 12

War Relocation Authority, 360

War spoils, article about, 47 61

Warner, Langdon, 55

Washakie, UT, article about, 151-167

Washington, Booker T., 325, 330, 332, 333, 334, 336; photo, 326; quoted, 327

Washington, George, 81, 224, 239-240

"Washington: Behind the Monuments" (exhibit), 81-89, 218; posters, 213

Washington: Behind the Monuments, by Bruce Bustard, 212-213

"Washington: Behind the Monuments," by Claudia J. Nicholson, 81-89

Washington Evening Star, 16

Washington Federation of Churches, 277

Washington Monthly, 293

Washington Monument, 81, 83

Washington National Monument Society, 83

Washington National Records Center, 302

Washington Post, 246

Washington Star, 7

Washingtoniana: Photographs, 85

Watkins, Carleton E., 360

Wattenberg, Ben J., papers accessioned, 406

Weaver, Robert, oral history interview with opened, 311

Weddington, Sarah, oral history interview with opened, 106

Wehmann, Howard H., guide by, 212

Wenley, Archibald, 50

West, Jean, "Indian Depredation Cases Under the Acts of 1891 and 1915," 396-399

West Quoddy Head lighthouse, ME, 191; illus., 192

Wheeler Survey, 365

White, Francis, papers opened, 309

White, H. C., 334

White House, musical events at, article about, 239-251

White House Central Files, declassified, 310, 405, and opened, 407

White House Conference on Aging, files relating to opened, 106

White House Photographic Office Files, opened, 211

"White House Treasures" (exhibit), 215

Whitehorne, Joseph W. A., "The Battle of Fort Erie: Reconstruction of a War of 1812 Battle," 129-148

Whitman, Ann C., papers accessioned, 405

Whitney, Henry, 200

Wicker, Tom, 73

Wilde, Oscar, quoted, 265

Wiley, Mrs. Harvey, 16, 21; photo, 17

Will, George, 76

Williams, C. E., 53

Williams, Francis W., papers accessioned, 310, and opened, 405

Williams, Marie, 244; photo, 244

Williamsville, NY, 138 139, 140, 145

Willkie, Wendell, 281

Wilson, Don W., 216, 313; "'Exclusive Trade Union' of the Post-Presidency, The," 224-225; "Liberal Education and the Civic Self," 112-113; "National Archives Preservation Mission, The," 320-321; quoted, 410; testifies, 216; "To Pray, To Publish, To Speak As We Please," 4-5

Wilson, Woodrow, 224, 242, 253, 254-257, photo, 255, 256

Wiltsey, Thomas E., 216

Winnebago Tribe, 396

Wisconsin, 391

Wolfe, Robert, 312

Women's roles, article about, 151-167

Work Projects Administration, 360, 364

Works Progress Administration, 202

World Calendar Association, 276

World Hunger Working Group, files relating to opened, 105

World War I, 355, 358, 359, 362, 392; records relating to opened, 306; and Shoshone Indians, 157

"World War I Service Records," by Michael Knapp, 300-303

World War II, 10, 12, 14, 54, 56, 58, 59, 124-125, 169, 214 215-216, 227, 235-236, 289-290, 356, 359-360, 362, records relating to accessioned, 99, 100; declassified, 97, 402; opened, 306, 308, 402; and transferred, 403

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Yang Yu Chang, 50

Yasko, Karel, oral history interview with opened, 311

Yi Dynasty (Korea), 53, 60

Youngblood, Bonny, papers accessioned, 404-405

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Zobrist, Benedict K., 218

Zuckerman, Lord Solly, oral history interview with opened, 104

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