Prologue Magazine

Index to Prologue, Volume 29: 1997



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Accomplished Women (film), 157

Ackerman, George W., photo by, 63

Adams, Maj. Charity, photo, 149

Adams, John Quincy, 347

Adjutant General's Office (Army), Records of the (RG 94), 340-341; Records of the (RG 407), 343; records relating to African Americans, 136

Adler, Dankmar, 222

Aero Squadron, First, 336

Afghanistan, 76

African Americans, 36, 191-200; and banks, 170-180; celebrities, photos of, 151; as citizens of the Creek Nation, 36-37, 39; as Civil War soldiers, 91-94, 96, 105, 107, 170, 276; as cooks at military posts, 297; desire for land, 108; equal employment opportunity, 120; equal pay for equal work, 114; in federal records, summer issue; genealogical research, 170-180; and labor unions, 113-120, 279-288; military records relating to, 148-153, 165-169; and the Panama Canal, 122-126; photos by, 141-146; photos of, 148-153; pilots, 152-153, 167-169; political rights and activity, 108-110; and USIA-produced motion pictures, 154-159; and World War II, 148-153, 155, 165-169, 279-288

"African Americans and the American Labor Movement," by James Gilbert Cassedy, 113-121

African American Civil War Memorial, D.C., 92, 276

Agricultural Adjustment Act, 117, 118

Agricultural Adjustment Administration, records relating to African Americans, 118

Agricultural Economics, Bureau of, 24

Agricultural workers, 117-118, 120

Agriculture, U.S. Department of, 17, 20, 21-22, 24; motion pictures produced by, 155

Ailey, Alvin, 156

Alabama, 116, 309

"Alan Turing, Enigma, and the Breaking of German Machine Ciphers in World War II," by Lee A. Gladwin, 203-217

Alaska, 70, 72, 191, 197-198, 199

Aleuts, 197-198

Allentown, Pennsylvania, 23

Alma Halfa, battle of, 214

Alsberg, Henry, 142-143

Alton Railroad, 54

Alvord, John W., 170, 172, 179

America (yacht), 327; sketch of, 332

American-African Student Foundation, 137

American Committee on Africa, 137

American Council for Learned Societies (ACLS), 86, 87-89; Committee on Negro Studies, 88-89

American Federation of Labor (AFL), 116, 117, 120, 280

American Heritage Foundation, 57

American Institute Register of Premiums, 319

American Negro Academy, 87

"American Originals" (exhibit), 76, 347

American Red Cross, 70-71

American Samoa, 72

American Society of Agricultural Engineers, 238, 240

American University, 88

Ames, Oliver, 55

Anderson, General Joseph R., 311

Anderson, Mary, 128, 233

Andrew, John, 91, 276

Andrew, John A., 195

Andrews, Col. George P., 294-295, 298

Andrews Sisters, 57

Angsten, Peter, 248

Arbenz Guzman, Jacobo, 269

Archival administration, 78

Arctic Diary of Russell Williams Porter, The, 324

Arctic Eagle, The, 327

Arctic explorers, 324-329

"Arctic Sketches of Russell W. Porter, The," by Mary C. Ryan, 324-333

Arizona, 43, 44, 45, 50, 337, 338

Arizona, U.S.S., 43

Arizona Daily Star, 48

Arkansas, 117-118

Armas, Col. Castillo, 269

Armstrong, Donald, 23

Armstrong, Scott, 345-346

Armstrong v. Executive Office of the President, 345-346

Armstrong's Foundry v. The United States, 309

Army Air Forces, records relating to African Americans, 152, 169

Army Medical Department, 70

Arnold, Charles Dudley, 220, 221, 222

Artois, Capt. Gaston d', 297

Arts, federal support for, 62-69, 74

Arts and Craft movement, 12

Ash, Roy, oral history interview with, 269

Ashe, Arthur, 157

Assimilation of Native Americans, 29-40

Associated Publishers, Inc., 87

Association for the Study of Negro Life and History (ASNLH), 86, 87, 88, 89

Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, 55

Atlantic Monthly, 19

Auchinleck, Gen. Sir Claude, 214

Austin, Darrel, 14

Austine, Bvt. Maj. William, 293

Auxiliary Boilermakers Union A-32, 282-283

Aylesworth, Allison L., 34-35

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Babbage, Charles, 203

Baffin Island, 326

Bailey, Edward, 45, 46, 48-49

Baker, Newton, 259-260, 334, 339

Baldwin, Evelyn Briggs, 327

Baldwin, James, 155

Baldwin-Ziegler Polar Expedition, 327, 328

Bale, Shelby, 163

Baltimore, Maryland, 52, 54

Baltimore and Ohio (B&O) Railroad, 52, 54

Banburismus, 210

Banks, Gen. Nathaniel, 170

Barcelona Exposition, panoramic photo of, 252, 254; illus., 246-247

Barrie, George, 226

Barthelow, Capt. Jasper M., 297

Baseball in Old Chicago, 65

Battle, Thomas, 163-164

Beanfield, R. McC., 21, 22

Bear (U.S. Revenue Cutter), 191, 197-199; illus., 190, 200

Beaufort, South Carolina, 170, 172

Beautiful Scenes of the White City, by Laird and Lee, 226

Bennett, Elaine C., 88

Berle, Adolph, 46

Berlin, Ira, 84; "Dedication in Memory of Sara Dunlap Jackson," 85

Berlin, Irving, 57

Bertrand, Capt. Gustave, 207, 208-209

Bethune, Mary McLeod, 116, 131

Bickford, F. T., 228

Bicknell, Lt. Col. George W., 47-48

Biddle, George, 68

Bilbo, Theodore, 146

Birch, Frank, 209

Bissell, Maj. Gen. Clayton, 215

Bitter, Karl, Fire Controlled (sculpture), 224; photo, 219

Bixby, Tams, 34, 35, 36, 37-38, 39; photo, 33

"Black Domestics During the Depression: Workers, Organizers, Social Commentators," by Phyllis Palmer, 127-131

Black History: A Guide to Civilian Records in the National Archives, by Debra Newman, 154-155, 161, 166

Bletchley Park, England, 205, 206, 208, 209, 210, 211, 213, 214, 215, 216

Blue Dashiki-Jeffrey and His City Neighbors, The (film), 159

Board of Management for the U.S. Government Exhibits (World's Columbian Exposition), 219-221, 227, 228; Committee on Photographing, 220-228

"Boat Exercises-Naval Training Station, Hampton Roads, Va.," photo by G. L. Hall Optical Co., 251-252; illus., 248-249

Bolton & Co. Photographic Studio, 224-225, 226

Bomba (Polish), 203, 208, 210-211

Bombe (British), 203, 209-211; photos, 211, 215

Boston, Massachusetts, 18, 19, 25

Bradley, Tom, 156

Bradsher, Greg, 268

Brady, Mathew B., 316-323; photo of, 317; photos by, 318, 320, 321, 322

Brady Company, 319-320

Branch, George Verne, 21

Brand, Charles J., 17

Bricker, John, 268-269

Bricker amendment, 268-269

British Tabulating Machine Company, 211

Broder, David, oral history interview with, 269

Brophy, John, 282

Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, 116, 279, 282

Brown, Dorothy, 157

Brown, H. M., photo by, 251; illus., 246-247

Brown, Julie K., "Recovering Representations: U.S. Government Photographers at the World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893," 219-231

Brown, Patrice C., "The Panama Canal: The African American Experience," 122-126

Brown, Sterling, 142-143

Buck, Solon, 88; photo, 88

Bulge, Battle of the, 215

Burger, Barbara Lewis, "The Lions' History: Researching World War II Images of African Americans," 148-153

Burke, Marshall, 134

Burnham, Daniel, 227

Bush, George, 76; photo, 146

Bustard, Bruce I., "A New Deal for the Arts," 62-69; "Timberline Lodge: Oregon's WPA Masterpiece," 7-15

Butler, Gen. Benjamin, 170, 322

Butz, Earl, oral history interview with, 269

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Calhoun, C.H.C., 125

California Supreme Court, 287

California Volunteers, 291, 297

Camden Yards, Baltimore, Maryland, 52, 54

Cameras, 244, 245-249

Camp Furlong, New Mexico, 259

Camp Grant, Rockford, Illinois, photos by Duce & McClymonds, 252, 254; illus., 249, 252

"Camp Meigs; Washington, DC," photo by H. M. Brown, 251; illus., 246-247

Campbell, Capt. Abbie, photo, 149

Campbell, Thomas E., 234

Captured and Abandoned Property Act of 1863, 308

Cardinell, John, photo by, 252; illus., 250

Carlin, John W., 345; "Echoes from the New Deal," 4-5; "NARA's Electronic Access Project," 188-189; "Voices of African Americans in Federal Records," 84; "Volunteering for History," 276-277

Carney, Sgt. William H., 276

Carranza, Venustiano, 256, 259, 260, 334, 336-338, 339

Carter, J. F., 19

Carter, Jimmy, 347

Carter, Kent, "Snakes & Scribes: The Dawes Commission and the Enrollment of the Creeks," 29-41

Cartographic and Architectural Branch (leaflet), 266

Cascade Development Association, 7

Casey, Bernice, 77

Casey, Bernie, 158

Casey, Gen. Thomas, 227

Cassedy, James Gilbert, "African Americans and the American Labor Movement," 113-120

Castagne, Alfred, photo, 66

Censorship, 341-342

Census, Bureau of the, 24; records of African Americans, 114

Censuses, 1900, 70, 72; 1910, 70, 72; 1920, 70, 72; and American citizens in territories, 70-73; and military personnel, 70-73; of Native Americans, 34, 36

Central Intelligence Agency, 269

Central Pacific Railroad, 55

Chapin, Dwight, 269

Cheadle, J. Kennard, 240

Cherokee tribe, 29, 30

Chicago Exposition Board, 220; Department of Photography, 220, 224-225, 228

Chickasaw tribe, 29, 30

Chief Signal Officer, Office of the, records relating to African Americans, 149-150

Chief Signal Officer, Records of the, 244

Childers, Napoleon B., 33

Children's Bureau, 233, 235

China, 269

Choctaw tribe, 29, 30

Chuck Davis Dance Company, 156

Churchill, Winston, 213

Cities, food for, 17-25

Citing Records in the National Archives of the United States, 344

Citizenship in Creek Nation, 29-40

City Beautiful movement, 20

City Point, Virginia, 321

Civil Rights Act of 1964, 345

Civil Rights Commission, 120

Civil rights movement, motion pictures relating to, 155-156; records relating to, 120, 133-134

Civil Service Commission, 233, 235

Civil service examinations, and women, 233-234

Civil War, 276; African American troops, 91-94, 100, 105, 107, 170, 179, 276; Boston draft riots, 194; and Fort Point, California, 291-298; freedmen's camps, 96-98, 176; photographers, 316-323; and property seizures, 301-312; quartermasters, 319-320; records microfilming project, 276; tax assessments, 311; and U.S. Colored Troops, 91-94, 276

Civil War Conservation Corps (CWCC), 92-93, 276

Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System (CWSS), 92

Civilian Conservation Corps, 64, 66

"Civilian Guards of the National Shipyard; Orange, Texas," 251; illus., 254

Claims, Civil War property seizures, 301, 306, 308-309, 311-312

Clarke, Robert L., 162, 165-166

Classification Act of 1923, 234-235

Clinton, Hillary, 345

Clinton, William J., 264, 345

Coal miners, 116

Coast Guard Women's Reserve (SPAR), 151

Cobb, Gen. Howell, 305

Coker, C.F.W. ("Fred"), 164

Coker Prize, C.F.W., 264

"Col. Cummins's Indian Congress; Sesqui-Centennial Int'l Expo, Philadelphia, Pa., 1926," photo by John Cardinell, 252; illus., 250

Colbert, James, 32, 33

"Cold and Cheerless Habitation: Military Records and the Interpretation of Historic Interiors at Fort Point National Historic Site, A," by Mary K. Grassick, 291-299

Cold Harbor, Virginia, 321

Cold war, 76, 344

Coleman, William, 156-157; oral history interview with, 269

Colonia Dublan, Mexico, 334, 337, 338

Colored National Labor Union, 114

Colored Troops, U.S. War Department Bureau of, 78, 92, 105, 107, 276

Colossus (computer), 203, 213-214

Columbus, New Mexico, 256, 259, 260, 334, 337, 341-342

Comly, Maj. Clifton, 220-221, 226, 227, 228

Commission on the Equitable Use of the Waters of the Lower Rio Grande, 236

Commissioners of Claims, 311-312

Committee for Congested Production Areas, 88

Committee of Special Advisers on Reclamation (Fact Finders Committee), 234-235

Compiled military service records, and U.S. Colored Troops, 91-94

Comprehensive Report of the U.S. Side of the U.S.-Russia Joint Commission on POW/MIAs, 76-77

Comptroller of the Currency, records relating to the Freedman's Savings and Trust Company, 180

Computers, early development of, 203, 213, 215-216

Confederate States of America, 301, 303, 308-309, 311

Confiscation Act of July 17, 1862, 309, 311

Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO), 117, 120, 280

Connor, R.D.W., 4

Construction workers, African American, 116-117, 122-126; on the Panama Canal, 122-126

Cook, Frederick, 326, 328

Cooks at military posts, 297

Coolidge, Calvin, 235

Courts-martial, 191, 198-199

Crawford, Hanford, 21

Creek Nation, 29-40

Creek National Council, 30, 32-33, 34, 35

Creek Supreme Court, 37

Crosby, Bing, 57

Crowe, Thomas, 282

Croxton, Brig. Gen. John T., 306, 308-309

Cryptanalysis, 203-216

Cuba, 70, 346

Curtis, Charles, 34

Curtis Act, 34, 35, 36, 37

Cuyler, Lt. Col. Richard Matthaei, 304-305, 306, 311, 312

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Daguerreotypes, 245-246

Darcé, Virginia, 13-14

Daugherty, D. H., 87-88

Davis, Gen. Benjamin O., Jr., 158, 168; photo, 169

Davis, David W., 235

Davis, George R., 221, 226, 227-228

Davis, Robert Scott, Jr., "Without Right of Conquest: The Civil War Occupation and Restoration of the Findlay Foundry of Macon, Georgia," 301-315

Davis, William C., 316

Dawes, Henry L., 29, 31, 32, 34, 37, 38; photo, 29

Dawes Commission, 29-40

Dawson, O. B., 13, 14

De Russy, Col. René, 295

Dean, Gerald, photo by, 146

Debow's Review, 304

Debs, Eugene, 114

Defense, U.S. Department of, 76

Denmark, 236-237

Denniston, Alastair G., 208-209

Dent, Porter, 239

Diana (ship), 327

Diaz, Porfirio, 256

DictaBelt recordings, 268-269

Dictaphone Corporation, 269

Diem, Ngo Dinh, 346

Dioramas, 221

Diplomatic personnel, Japanese, 43-50

Diplomatic Records: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications, 344

District of Columbia, 18, 22, 23, 97-98; records concerning, 97

Doar, John, 134

Document management, 78

Document preservation, 276-277

"Documenting African Americans in the Records of Military Agencies," by Lisha Penn, 165-169

"Documenting the Struggle for Racial Equality in the Decade of the Sixties," by Geraldine N. Phillips, 133-134

Dolphin, USS, 258, 340

Domestic workers, 127-131

Douglass, Frederick, 172

Downton, Dorothy, oral history interview with, 269

Dragoon, Arizona, 43, 45

Dream City, 226

Du Bois, W.E.B., 114, 194

Duce & McClymonds, photo by, 252; illus., 252

Dun & Bradstreet, 306

Duval, Ben T., 32, 33, 36

Dwight, Mabel, 14

Dwight D. Eisenhower Library, 268-269, 347

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East, Henry Clay, 118

"Echoes from the New Deal," by John W. Carlin, 4-5

Economic Opportunity Act of 1964, 345

Education, Office of, 264

Education, U.S. Department of, 77

Edwards, Ernest, 222

Ehrlichman, John, 269

Eisenhower, Dwight David, 138, 214, 268-269, 347

Elaine (Arkansas) Massacre, 118

Electronic publications, 344

Ellington, Duke, 156

Emancipation of slaves, 93, 105-111, 309

Emancipation Proclamation, 91, 105

Employee's Compensation Commission, 235

Engineers, Army Corps of, 227

Enigma (cipher machine), 203-216

Eppinga, Jane, "Pearl Harbor, Japanese Espionage, and Arizona's Triangle T Ranch," 43-50

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 120

Espionage by Japanese diplomats, 43-50

Everly, Elaine C., "Freedmen's Bureau Records: An Overview," 95-99

Executive Orders, 8802, 280, 282, 284; 9346, 280, 282, 284, 286; 12958, 269

Exhibits, 62-69, 74, 76, 267, 347

"Expanded View: Panoramic Photographs at the National Archives, An," by Richard E. Schneider, 244-254

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Fair Employment Practice Committee, photo of members, 280; records relating to African Americans, 119; and World War II shipyard disputes, 279-288

"Fair Employment Practice Committee and the Shipyard Hearings of 1943-1944, The," by James S. Rush, Jr., 279-289

Fair Labor Standards Act, 129

Faneuil Hall Market, Boston, Massachusetts, 18, 19, 20

"Far from Home: American Citizens in the United States Military and Territorial Census Records," by Jeanne Cannella Schmitzer, 70-73

Farm women, 233, 236, 238-239

Farmer-to-Consumer Direct Marketing Act, 25

Farmers, 17-25

Farmers' markets, 25

FDR Memorial Commission, 5

"Federal Archives as Sources for Research on Afro-Americans" (conference), 86

Federal Arts Project, 13, 65, 67, 68

Federal Bureau of Investigation, 43, 44, 45, 47, 49, 133-134

Federal Maritime Commission, records relating to African Americans, 120

Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, records relating to African Americans, 115, 116

Federal Railroad Administration, records of the, 54-55

Federal Theatre Project, 65, 66, 67-68, 74

Federal Works Agency, 142, 280; Photographic Section, 145

Federal Writers' Project, 65, 66, 67-68, 74, 141, 142-143, 145

"Feeding the Cities: Public Markets & Municipal Reform in the Progressive Era," by Helen Tangires, 17-26

Fessenden, William Pitt, 196

Fiala, Anthony, 327

Fiala-Ziegler Expedition, 327-328

Findlay, Charles S., 305-306; photo, 303

Findlay, Christopher DeSwan, 303, 304, 305-306, 311, 312; photo, 303

Findlay, George W., 305-306

Findlay, James Nelson, 303, 304, 305-306, 311, 312

Findlay, Mary DeSwan, 306, 312

Findlay, Robert, 303, 306, 311, 312

Findlay, Robert Burns, 304, 306, 312; photo, 303

Findlay Foundry, Macon, Georgia, 301-312

Findlay Iron Works, Macon, Georgia, 301-312

Fire Controlled, sculpture by Karl Bitter, 224; photo, 219

First World Festival of Negro Arts (film), 158

Fish (German enciphered messages), 212-213

Fitch, Thomas F., 44

Fitzpatrick, John, 194

Five Civilized Tribes, 29, 31, 33, 34, 36, 37

Flash! (magazine), 142

Fleming, Gen. Philip, 145

Fletcher, Ben, 115-116

Fletcher, Rear Adm. Frank R., 258

Food distribution, 17-25

Ford, Gerald, 267

Fort Point National Historic Site, California, 291-298

Fort Seward, SS (photo), 252; illus., 248

Fort Wagner, South Carolina, 276

Fort William McKinley, Rizal, Philippines, photo by E. O. Goldbeck, 254; illus., 250-251

Fouloius, Benjamin, 336

Four Mothers Society, 30

Frankel, Noralee, "From Slave Women to Free Women: The National Archives and Black Women's History in the Civil War Era," 100-104

Frankfurter, Felix, 4, 5

Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute, 5, 77

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, 4, 5, 62, 64, 68, 74; computer access system, 77

Frassanito, William, 321

Freedman's Bank, 170-180; microfilmed records, 172-173

"Freedman's Savings and Trust Company and African American Genealogical Research, The," by Reginald Washington, 170-180

Freedmen, 36-37, 39

Freedmen and Southern Society Project, University of Maryland at College Park, 105

Freedmen's Bureau. See Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, Bureau of.

"Freedmen's Bureau Records: An Overview," by Elaine C. Everly, 95-99

Freedmen's camps, wartime superintendents of, 96-98

Freedmen's Inquiry Commission, 98

Freedmen's Village, Washington, D.C., 98, 176, 178

Freedom: A Documentary History of Emancipation, 1861-1867, 84, 105, 113-114, 120

Freedom of Information Act, 345-346

Freedom Riders, 134

Freedom Train (traveling exhibit), 57

"Freedom Train, The" (song by Irving Berlin), 57

Freeman, Roland L., 158

French, Daniel, The Teamster (sculpture), 224; photo, 218

Friends of Timberline, 15

"From Slave Women to Free Women: The National Archives and Black Women's History in the Civil War Era," by Noralee Frankel, 100-104

"From Sophie's Alley to the White House: Rediscovering the Visions of Pioneering Black Government Photographers," by Nicholas Natanson, 141-147

Funston, Brig. Gen. Frederick, 258-259, 260, 336, 337, 338, 339

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G. L. Hall Optical Co., photo by, 251-252; illus., 248-249

Gaillard, D. D., 123

Gardener, Helen H., 233

Gardner, Alexander, 316

Garvey, Marcus, 115-116; photo, 116

Gee, Raymond L., 287-288

Geller, Todros, South of Chicago, illus., 62

Genealogical research, African Americans, 170-180; online resources, 267-268; Mexican Punitive Expedition, 256-261, 334-343; volunteers and, 276-277

General Allotment Act (1887), 29, 31

General Information Leaflets, 265-266, 344

General Land Office, 265-266

General Services Administration, Fine Arts Collection, 62, 64, 74

George, Walter, 268-269

George Eastman House, 318-319

Georgetown University, 194, 195

Georgia, 192-193, 194, 306, 308, 309

Georgia Archives Institute, 78

Gerald R. Ford Foundation, 269; grants, 78, 270

Gerald R. Ford Library, 78, 269, 270

Gerald R. Ford Museum, 267

German navy, 204, 206, 209

Germany, and assets stolen by Nazis, 268; faith in Enigma, 214, 215; machine ciphers, 203-216; and World War II, 203-216

Gesbeck, Charles, 248

Gibson, Althea, 157; photo, 158

Gibson, Truman, 137

Gladstone, William, "With the Compliments of...," 316-323

Gladwin, Lee A., "Alan Turing, Enigma, and the Breaking of German Machine Ciphers in World War II," 203-217

Glenn Springs, Texas, 337, 342

Glory (film), 276

Goethals, George W., 124-125

Goldbeck, Eugene O., 250; illus., 250-251; photo by, 254

Golden Gate National Recreation Area, 291-292, 298

Goode, George Browne, 221

Government Code & Cipher School (Great Britain), 208-209, 211-212

Government Collection of Original Views, The, 226

Graninger, Fernleigh, 145, 146

Grant, George, 145

Grant, Gen. Ulysses S., 319-320, 321; photo, 320

Grant and Lee, by William Frassanito, 321

Grants, 77-78, 270

Grassick, Mary K., "A Cold and Cheerless Habitation: Military Records and the Interpretation of Historic Interiors at Fort Point National Historic Site," 291-299

Great Britain, and Enigma, 203, 208; and World War II, 204

Great Depression, 7, 8, 12, 24, 62, 64, 66-67, 68, 70, 116, 118, 127-131, 143

Greaves, William, 158

Green, Ernest, 155

Greenberg, Hyman, 145

Greenland, 326-327

Gregory, James, 36

Griffith, Emerson J., 8-9, 10, 11, 13, 14

Guam, 70, 72

Guatemala, materials relating to opened, 269

Guggenheim Productions, 155

Guide to Federal Records in the National Archives of the United States, 264

Guide to Records Relating to U.S. Military Participation in World War II, Part I: Policy, Planning, Administration, 74

"Guiding Light, A," by Debra Newman Ham, 161-164

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Haas, Francis J., 282; photo, 282

Haldeman, H. R., 269

Ham, Debra Newman, 89, 120, 128, 154; "A Guiding Light," 161-164

Hampton, Lionel, 156

Handy, Levin C., 322

Hanson, Sgt. Charles J., 225

Harjo, Chitto "Crazy Snake," 30, 37-38, 39

Harmon Foundation Film Collection, 158

Harriman, W. Averill, 5

Harrington, Col. Francis C., 11

Harris, Lt. Henry L., 220-221, 222, 224-225, 226, 227, 228

Harrison, Marvin, 282

Harry S. Truman Library, 77

Harry S. Truman Library Institute grants, 78, 270

Hastie, William H., 168

Hawaii, 43, 70, 72

Hayes, George E. C., 282

Healy, A. Sherwood, 194, 195, 199-200; photo, 193

Healy, Eliza Clark, 192-193, 194

Healy, James A., 194, 195, 199-200; photo, 193

Healy, Mary Jane, 196, 198

Healy, Capt. Michael A., 191-200; photos, 192, 193

Healy, Michael Morris, 192-193, 194

Healy, Patrick, 194, 195, 199-200; photo, 193

Heath-Robinson machines, 203, 213

Higinbotham, Harlow D., 220

Hill, Walter B., Jr., "Institutions of Memory and the Documentation of African Americans in Federal Records," 86-89

Hills, Rod, oral history interview with, 269

Hinsley, Francis Harry, 206

Historic American Buildings Survey, 264

Historic American Engineering Record, 264

Historic Furnishings Reports, 292, 295-297

History of Southern Illinois, mural by Paul Kelpe, 65; illus., 66, 67

Hitler, Adolf, 203, 212, 214

Hodge, David, 39

Hodges, H. F., 125

Holt, O. W., photo by, 251; illus., 250-251

Holt, Thomas, 104

Holy Cross College, Worcester, Massachusetts, 194, 195

Home Economics, Bureau of, 235

Hoover, J. Edgar, 44, 46

Hopkins, Harry, 8-9, 11, 14, 64, 68

Hopkins, Phillip B., 35, 36

Hospital ships, 70

Howard, Maj. Gen. Oliver Otis, 96, 227, 306, 308

Howard University, 88, 141, 145

Howe, Arthur, 142-143

Howerton, Joseph, 163

Huerta, Gen. Victorio, 256, 258-259

Hull, Cordell, 44

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IBM, 5, 77

Ickes, Harold, 145, 239-240, 241-242

Immigration and Naturalization Service, 45

Independence, Missouri, School District, 77

Index of American Design, 67, 68, 74

Indian Affairs, Office of, 29, 32, 33, 37

Indian Territory, 31-40

Infantry Brigade, Fifth, 258-259, 343

Institute of Inter-American Transportation, 57

"Institutions of Memory and the Documentation of African Americans in Federal Records," by Walter B. Hill, Jr., 86-89

Interagency Group on Nazi Assets, 268

Interior, secretary of the, 35, 38, 39, 55, 236-237, 241

Interior, U.S. Department of the, 30, 39; Lands and Railroads Division, 55; and Mae Schnurr, 234, 236-237, 239-242; Photographic Section, 145; records of the, 55; territorial records, 265

International Astronomical Union, 329

International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, Iron Shipbuilders, and Helpers of America, 281-288; Lodge 72, 281-288

International Water Commission, 237; photo of members, 238

Internet, 188-189, 347

Interstate Commerce Commission, 59-60; records of the, 52, 54, 55, 56

Inuits, 197-198

Irrigation projects, 235-242

Isparhecher, 32-33, 34-35, 36

Ives, H. A., photo by, 251; illus., 244-245

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Jackson, Jesse, 155-156

Jackson, Mahalia, 159

Jackson, Sara Dunlap, 84, 85, 162

Jackson, Sheldon, 197-198

Jackson, William Henry, 220, 222

Jacobs, T4g. Walter, 214

Janes, Maj. Henry Warner, 316, 318, 319-322; photos of, 318, 319, 320, 322

Janney, Eli H., 56-57

Japan, espionage by, 43-50

Jefferson, Thomas, 4

Jimmy Carter Library, 78

John F. Kennedy Library, 346

Johnson, Andrew, 108, 308, 309, 311

Johnson, George M., 281-282, 288

Johnson, Gordon, 282

Johnson, Gen. Hugh, 129

Johnson, Lyndon B., and the civil rights movement, 134, 138; photo, 132; tapes released, 345

Johnson, Olin D., 5

Johnson, Rafer, 157

Johnson, William, 48

Johnston, Bvt. Brig. Gen. Albert Sidney, 291; photo, 292

Johnston, Frances Benjamin, 220-221, 222, 223-225, 227; photo, 220; photos by, 222, 227

Johnston, William J., 248

Jones, Hayes, 157

Journal of Negro History, 87, 88

Judge Advocate General (Army), Office of the, records relating to African Americans, 136

Justice, U.S. Department of, records relating to African Americans, 114, 115, 120, 133-134; records relating to Martin Luther King, Jr., 133

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Kaiser, Edgar F., 283

Kaiser Shipbuilding Company, 281-288; photo of Vancouver, Washington, yard, 286

Keen, Harold "Doc," 211

Keith, Whitney, 146

Kelpe, Paul, History of Southern Illinois (mural), 65; illus., 66, 67

Kennedy, John F., 346; and the civil rights movement, 134, 138

Kennedy, Robert, photo, 132

Kent, Rockwell, Mail Service in the Tropics, 67

Kerbey, McFall, 24

Kessler Field, Mississippi, 168

Kier, Caroline Porter, 324, 328

Kilburn, Benjamin, 222

Kilgore, Mary, 267

King, Donald, 162

King, Martin Luther, Jr., 137, 155-156; assassination of, 133, 155; holiday, 156; investigation of, 133-134; photo, 132

Kingman, Harry L., 281-282

Kissinger, Henry, 267

Kita, Nagao, 44-45, 46-47, 48, 49; photos, 42, 45, 46

Kluger, James, Turning on Water with a Shovel: The Career of Elwood Mead, 235

Knok, A. Dillwyn, 208-209

Kohnstamm, Richard, 15

Korean War POW/MIAs, 76, 344

Krogh, Egil, 269, 347

Kuehn, Otto, 44, 46-47, 50; photo, 46

Kurtz, Michael, 267

Kvasnicka, Robert M., comp., The Trans-Mississippi West: 1804-1912, Part IV: A Guide to the Records of the Department of the Interior for the Territorial Period; Section 2, Records of Select Agencies, 264

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Labor, U.S. Department of, records relating to African Americans, 115, 120, 128, 163; women as heads of bureaus, 233

Labor contracts, and Freedmen's Bureau, 102, 103, 108; and Kaiser Shipbuilding Company, 281-288

Labor Statistics, Bureau of, records relating to African Americans, 114, 117, 130

Labor strikes, 288; by African Americans, 113, 114, 118

Labor unions and African Americans, 113-120, 279-288

Laird and Lee, 226

Laman, Tom, 13-14

Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 22

Land grant railroads, 55-56

Land Management, Bureau of, 265-266

Land offices for allotment of land to Creeks, 35, 39

Landscapes of the Civil War, 321

Lange, Dorothea, 66

Langer, Gwido, 208

Lansing, Robert, 334

Lathrop, Julia C., 233

Laundresses at military posts, 295-298

Lawrence, Jacob, painting by, 115; photo of, 159

LBJ Foundation, 78, 270

Leland, George Thomas "Mickey," 157; photo, 156

Lewandowski, Edmund, Fishermen's Village, illus., 65

Lewis, Carl, 157

Lewis, Roscoe, 142-143

Lewis, Tab, 120

Lewison, Paul, 88

Library of Congress, 62, 64, 74, 77, 164, 318, 322; Prints and Photographs Division, 220, 320

Life and Death of an American, by George Sklar, 66

Lincoln, Abraham, 84, 91, 105, 170, 301, 303, 308, 316; photo, 321

Lincoln, Mary L., 19-20

"Lions' History: Researching World War II Images of African Americans, The," by Barbara Lewis Burger, 148-153

Lippincott, Achsah, 21, 22

Little Rock, Arkansas, 155

Lokke, Carl, 87

Lorenz SZ42 teleprinters, 203, 211-212, 213, 214

Los Angeles Times, 347

Lumiere Brothers, 248

Lynch, Douglas, 13

Lyndon B. Johnson Library, 78, 270, 345

Lynn, James, oral history interview with, 269

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MacDill Army Air Field, Florida, 169

MacDougall, Randolph, 145

MacGowan, Charles, 282-283

Macon, Georgia, 301-312

Macon Arsenal, Georgia, 303, 304-306

Macon Confederate Central Laboratory, 311; photo, 309

Madero, Francisco I., Jr., 256

Madison, Wisconsin, 20

"Mae Schnurr: A Woman's Rise to Prominence," by Christine Pfaff, 233-242

Mahon, A. P., 209, 210

Malone, Vivian, 155

Maneuver Division, 256, 341

Manumission documents, 93, 276

March on Washington (1963), 137; motion picture of, 155

March on Washington movement (1941), 279-280

Marist College, 5, 77

Markets, Bureau of, 22, 24

Markets, Office of, 17, 20, 21, 22

Marshall, Lt. Andrew D., photo, 165

Marshall, Capt. William L., 227

Martin, Fletcher, Mine Rescue, 67

Masekela, Hugh, 159

Mason, Lt. Col. James L., 291

Mason, Lucy Randolph, 129

Massachusetts, 22-23

Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Fifth-fourth, 105, 276

Matthews, David, oral history interview with, 269

Matthews, William, 48

Maxwell Army Air Field, Alabama, 168

Mayo, Rear Adm. Henry T., 258

McConnell, Roland, 88

McCulloch (U.S. Revenue Cutter), 199

McFarlane, Robert, oral history interview with, 269

McKellop, A. P., 30, 32

McKennon, A. S., 34, 35

McNeill, Robert, 141, 142, 143, 145, 146; photo by, 142

Mead, Elwood, 235-238, 239-240, 241; photo, 235

Medford, Massachusetts, Historical Society, 320-321

Mehaffey, Col. J. C., 11

Menzie, Col. Stewart, 209

Merchant seamen protection certificates, 277

Mexican Border Service Medal, 338-339, 340

Mexican National Army, 337

Mexican Northwestern Railway, 334

Mexican Punitive Expedition, 256-261, 334-343

Mexican Revolution, 256, 258, 334, 340

Mexican Service Badge, 338-339, 340

Mexico, 57-58, 237, 334, 337, 339, 341-342, 343

Microfilm publications, Bureau of the Budget, 266; Bureau of Indian Affairs, 266; census rolls, 266; Civil War, 266, 344; Committee on Public Information, 266; compiled military service records, 266, 344; Confederate soldiers, 266; Engineer Department, 344; Freedman's Savings and Trust Company, 172-173, 180; Harper's Ferry, 75; impressed seamen, 266; Native Americans, 266, 344; naturalization records, 344; nonpopulation census schedules, 344; Office of Education, 266; passenger lists, 266, 344; passport applications, 344; Treasury Department, 75; United States Colored Troops, 266, 344; U.S. Marine Corps, 344; U.S. Military Academy, 344; U.S. Navy, 344; World War II, 266

Migrant workers, 117, 118, 120

"Miles Glacier Bridge, CR & NW Ry," photo by H. A. Ives, 251; illus., 244-245

Military intelligence, World War II, American, 203; British, 203, 205-206, 208; French, 207, 208-209; Mexican Punitive Expedition, 341-342; Ultra, 203, 214-216

Military pension applications, from African Americans, 96, 100-104, 110; Civil War, 96, 100, 110

Military personnel and population censuses, 70-73

Military Railway Service, 59, 60

Military service records, 339-340, 341

Miller, Cyrus C., 20, 21

Miller, Doris (Dorie), 150, 151

Miller, Trevelyan, 320

Miller's Photographic History of the Civil War, 320, 321

Mines, Bureau of, 264

Miranda (steamer), 326

Missing-in-action personnel, 344, 345

Mississippi, 134

Mitchell, Bobby, 159

Mitchell, Henry L., 118

Mock, James, 87

Montgomery, Field Marshal Bernard, 214

Moore, James, 163

Moses, Edwin, 157

Motion pictures relating to African Americans, 154-159

Mount Hood Development Association, 9

Mount Hood National Forest, 7-15

Mount Palomar, California, 328, 329

Mowry, Don E., 19

Mulattoes, 192-194, 195

Murray, Dennis, 77

Muster rolls, 319, 340, 342

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Napier, John, 203

NARA Archival Information Locator (NAIL), 188-189

"NARA's Electronic Access Project," by John W. Carlin, 188-189

Natanson, Nicholas, "From Sophie's Alley to the White House: Rediscovering the Visions of Pioneering Black Government Photographers," 141-147

National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders, 120

National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 267

National Archives and Records Administration, 76, 318; appropriations for, 188; Award for Outstanding Entry Using Documentary Sources, 267; Cartographic and Architectural Branch, 266; Center for Electronic Records, 74; Center for Polar Archives, 324; Collection of Donated Materials, 324; Digital Classroom, 268; Document Conservation Branch, 245; Educational and Museums Programs staff, 267; Electronic Access Project, 188-189; exhibits, 62-69, 74, 76, 267, 347; Genealogy Page, 267-268; home page, 188-189, 268, 269, 344; leaflets, 74, 75, 265-266; microfilm publications, 75, 266, 344; Motion Picture, Sound, and Video Branch, 68, 155; news and notices, 76-78, 267-270, 345-347; Office of the Federal Register, 264-265; Office of the National Archives, 163; online catalogs, 188-189, 344; Online Exhibit Hall, 5, 74, 347; publications, 74-75, 264-266, 344; Still Picture Branch, 68, 148-149, 244, 245, 320, 322; Textual Reference Branch, 324; volunteers, 276; World Wide Web site, 188-189, 267-268, 269, 347

National Archives Trust Fund Board, 161

National Archives Volunteer Association, 92

National Association for Domestic Workers, 129

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), 125, 133, 137, 279

National Consumers' League, 129

National Council on Organized Crime, 269

National Defense Act of 1916, 337

National Defense Advisory Commission, 280

National Defense Mediation Board, 119

National Foundation of Arts and Humanities, 269

National Guard, 337, 338-339, 340, 341, 343

National historic sites, 291-298

National Historical Publications and Records Commission, 84, 267, 277; grants, 77-78

National History Day, 267

National Institute of Standards and Technology, 188

National Labor Relations Act, 287

National Labor Relations Board, records relating to African Americans, 117; and shipbuilding industry, 283, 284

National Mediation Board, 269; records relating to African Americans, 114-115, 116

National Municipal League, 19, 23

National Museum of American Art, 62, 64, 74, 77

National Park Service, 9, 92, 264, 292; Division of Historic Furnishings, 292, 295; Interpretive Design Center, 292

National Personnel Records Center, 339-340

National Portrait Gallery, 318, 322

National Railways of Mexico, 57-58

National Recovery Administration, 128-129

National Register of Historic Places, 15

National Security Agency, 203

National Security Council, status of records, 345-346

National Standards for History, 268

National War Labor Board, 118, 119-120

National Youth Administration, Division of Negro Affairs, 116, 131; motion picture produced by, 155; records relating to African Americans, 116, 128, 131

Native Americans, 29-40; Alaskan, 197-198

Naval Records Collection of the Office of the Naval Records and Library, 340

Navy, U.S. Department of the, records relating to African Americans, 150-151, 167

Negro Economics, Office of the Director of, 115

Negro History Bulletin, 87

Negro History Week, 87

Negro in Virginia, The, 142-143, 145

Nenninger, Timothy, 76

Neufer, Ray, 12, 13

New Deal, 4-5; and African American women, 127-131; and the arts, 62-69, 74; and labor unions, 117

"New Deal for the Arts, A," by Bruce I. Bustard, 62-69, 74

"New Deal for the Arts, A" (exhibit), 5, 62-69, 74

"New Deal Network" (Web site), 5, 77

New Mexico, 256, 259, 337, 338

New Reclamation Era (magazine), 235-236, 237-239, 240

New York City, New York, 19, 20, 22, 23

New-York Historical Society, 319

New York State, 23

New York Terminal Market Commission, 20

New York Times, 316, 318

Newman, Debra, 89, 120, 128, 154, 161-164

Newton, Verne, 77

Nichols, O. A., 306

Nine from Little Rock (film), 155

Nisbet, E. A., 305

Nixon, Richard M., 138, 156, 269, 345, 347

Nixon Presidential Materials Project, 269, 345, 347

Norfolk, Virginia, 170, 172

North Pole, expeditions to, 324-333

Northern Pacific Railroad, 55

Northrup, Herbert, 283-284, 286

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Obregon, Alvaro, 337

Of Black America-In Search of a Past (film), 159

Office of Inter-American Affairs, records, 57, 58

Office of Strategic Services (OSS), 146

Office of the Chief of Transportation, U.S. Army, 58-59

Office of War Information (OWI), 142, 149, 152-153

Okuda, Otojiro, 44, 46, 47; photo, 45

Oral history projects, 269

Ordnance Bureau, Confederate Army, 304

Oregon, 7-15

Oregon Shipbuilding Company, 282, 284, 285; photo, 187

O'Toole, James M., "Racial Identity and the Case of Captain Michael Healy, USRCS," 191-201

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Pacific Monthly, 294

Page, John, 239, 240

Palmer, Charles, 5

Palmer, Phyllis, "Black Domestics During the Depression: Workers, Organizers, Social Commentators," 127-131

Panama Canal, 58, 70, 71, 72, 122-126

"Panama Canal: The African American Experience, The," by Patrice C. Brown, 122-126

Panzer, Mary, 318

Parks, Gordon, 141, 142, 158

Patent Office, 324

Patents, 56-57

Patton, Lt. George S., Jr., 260

Pearl Harbor, attack on, 43-50

"Pearl Harbor, Japanese Espionage, and Arizona's Triangle T Ranch," by Jane Eppinga, 43-50

Peary, Robert E., 326-327

Penn, Lisha, "Documenting African Americans in the Records of Military Agencies," 165-169

Pension records, 319

Perryman, Legus C., 30, 33

Pershing, Brig. Gen. John J., 256, 260, 334, 336-337, 338, 339; photos, 261, 336, 340

Pfaff, Christine, "Mae Schnurr: A Woman's Rise to Prominence," 233-242

Pfeiffer, David A., "Riding the Rails Up Paper Mountain: Researching Railroad Records in the National Archives," 52-61

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 18, 22, 25

Philadelphia Tap Dancers, The, 156

Philippine Islands, 70, 71

Philippine Scouts, photo by E. O. Goldbeck, 254; illus., 250-251

Phillips, Geraldine N., "Documenting the Struggle for Racial Equality in the Decade of the Sixties," 133-134

Photograph printing processes, 224-225

Photographers, African American, 141-147; Civil War, 316-323

Photography, group photographs, 249-250; panoramic, 244-254; preservation of, 244, 245; and World's Columbian Exposition, 218-228

Pickens, Lt.(jg) Harriet Ida, 151; photo, 150

Pictures of African Americans During World War II, by Barbara Lewis Burger, 148-149

Platt, Orville, 32

Plessy v. Ferguson, 114

Poitier, Sidney, 155

Poland, Cipher Bureau, 206-209; and Enigma, 203, 205, 206-208, 210; and World War II, 204, 209

Political activity by freedmen, 108-110

Porter, Pleasant, 32, 33, 36, 37, 38, 39; photo, 32

Porter, Russell Williams, 324-333; papers, 324; sketches by, 324-333

Portland, Oregon, 7, 281

Portland Winter Sports Association, 7

Posner, Ernst, 88

Post offices, murals for, 68

Poston, Theodore, 153

"Powers of Persuasion: Poster Art of World War II," 268

Preliminary Study on U.S. and Allied Efforts To Recover and Restore Gold and Other Assets Stolen or Hidden by Germany During World War II, 268

"Preserving the Legacy of the United States Colored Troops," by Budge Weidman, 91-94

Presidential Library System, 4, 188, 189, 270; volunteers, 276-277

Presidential Records and Materials Preservation Act, 269, 345-346

President's Commission on Crime in the District of Columbia, 269

President's Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity, 120

President's Committee on Farm Tenancy, 118

President's Committee on Migratory Labor, 120

Presidio, San Francisco, California, 292, 293, 294, 296; photo, 292

Presley, Elvis, 347

Price, C. S., 14

Price, Leontyne, 156

Prisoners of war, American, 76-77, 344, 345

Production Management, Office of, 1, 279, 280

Progressive Era, 17-26

Progressive Farmers and Householders Union, 118

Public Building Service, records, 68

Public markets, 17-25

Public Papers of President William J. Clinton for 1995, 264-265

Public Works Administration, 24

Public Works of Art Project, 68

Puchberger, Joseph, 246, 248

Puerto Rico, 70, 71, 72

Pullman Company, 59-60, 114, 116

Purdy, Virginia, 163

Pure Food and Drugs Act of 1906, 20-21

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Quartermaster General of the Army, 308-309

Quartermaster General's Office, records of the, 98, 340

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R.G. Dun Company, 306

Race riots, at military bases, 168

Racial classification, 191-200

Racial discrimination, in defense housing, 280; and education, 134; by employers, 118-119, 120, 122-126, 297-288; by labor unions, 114, 116, 117, 279-288; by military services, 118-119, 136-137, 167, 168, 297; and women's work, 127-131

"Racial Identity and the Case of Captain Michael Healy, USRCS," by James M. O'Toole, 191-201

Railroad accident reports, 54-55, 60

Railroad inspection reports, 54

Railroad Retirement Board, 59-60

Railroad valuation records, 52, 54

Railroads, 52-60; and African American workers, 114-115, 116

Railroads, Commissioner of, records, 55, 56

Raleigh, North Carolina, 20

Randolph, A. Philip, 115-116, 118-119, 120, 279-280

Ray, Thomas, 281, 282, 283

Reclamation, Bureau of, 233-242, 264

Reconstruction, and African American women, 100-104; and banks for African Americans, 170-180; and land for African Americans, 108; and trade union organizations, 114

Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Railroad Division, 60

Records Relating to American Prisoners of War and Missing-in-Action Personnel from the Korean War and During the Cold War Era, comp. by Tim Wehrlkamp, 344

"Recovering Representations: U.S. Government Photographers at the World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago 1893," by Julie K. Brown, 219-231

Reese, Della, 159

Reeves, Frank, 287

Reference information papers, on POWs and MIAs, 344; on records of military agencies relating to African Americans, 165

Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, Bureau of, 95-99, 100, 102-104, 108, 110, 178, 179, 306, 308

Regional archives system, 188-189; Great Lakes Region, 276-277; volunteers, 276-277

Reidy, Joseph P., "Slave Emancipation through the Prism of Archives Records," 105-111

Rejewski, Marian, 206-207, 208, 209

Research in the Land Entry Files of the Genreal Land Office (leaflet), 265-266

Resettlement Administration, 64, 66

Revolt of the Beavers (play), 67

Reynolds, Alexander, 304

Richardson, Eudora Ramsay, 142

"Riding the Rails Up Paper Mountain: Researching Railroad Records in the National Archives," by David A. Pfeiffer, 52-61

Riles, Wilson, 156

Rines, W.A., 304

Robertson, Walter, 162

Robinson, Armstead L., 107

Robinson, Charles W., 282

Robinson, Jack "Jackie" Roosevelt, 268; article about, 135-139; photos, 135, 138

Robinson, Reed, 43, 45; photo, 46

Robinson, Rhea, 43

Rockefeller, Nelson A., 57

Roe, Donald, "The USIA Motion Picture Collection and African American History," 154-159

Roman Catholic Church, 194-195, 196

Roosevelt, Eleanor, 68, 131, 238; letters to, 128, 129-130, 136

Roosevelt, Franklin D., 4-5, 66, 118, 238; and African American military personnel, 118-119; and African American workers, 118-119, 279; and the arts, 64; and attack on Pearl Harbor, 49-50; "Four Freedoms" speech, 347; and Japanese consular staff, 46; letters to, 128, 136; memorials to, 4-5; papers, 68; photo, 279; and race relations, 279-280; and Supreme Court, 268; and Timberline Lodge, 8, 14

Roosevelt, Theodore, 38

Ross, Malcolm, 282, 287-288

Rousseau, H. H., 125

Rowan, Carl, 157

Royal Commission on Market Rights and Tolls, 19

Rozycki, Jerzy, 206-207

Rudolph, Wilma, 157

Ruggles, John, 56

Rush, James S., Jr., "The Fair Employment Practice Committee and the Shipyard Hearings of 1943-1944," 279-289

Russell, Maj. Daniel A., 306

Ryan, Joseph M. F., Jr., 134

Ryan, Mary C., "The Arctic Sketches of Russell W. Porter," 324-333

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Sale, Tony, 213

Sampson, Edith, 157; photo, 157

San Francisco, California, earthquake (1906), 244; harbor defenses, 291-294

San Ygnacio, Texas, 337

Sanders, Fred, 156

Sandwich, Comdr. Humphrey, 208-209

Sanford, George, 239

Saxbe, William, oral history interview with, 269

Saxton, Gen. Rufus, 170

Scherbius, Arthur, 204

Schmidt, Hans-Thilo, 207

Schmitzer, Jeanne Cannella, "Far From Home: American Citizens in the United States Military and Territorial Census Records," 70-73

Schneider, Richard E., "An Expanded View: Panoramic Photographs at the National Archives," 244-254

Schnurr, Mae A., article about, 233-242; photos, 232, 235, 238, 239, 241

Schofield, John S., 303-304; photo, 304

Scott, Maj. Gen. Hugh, 260, 337

"Search for Jackie Robinson, The," by John Vernon, 135-139

Seattle, Washington, 25

Second Confiscation and Militia Act (1862), 91

Secretary of War, Office of the, records relating to African Americans, 136

Seki, Kohichi, 44, 46, 48

Selective Training and Service Act of 1940, 167

Seminole tribe, 29

Seward, William, 93-94

Sewell, Howard, 14

Shahn, Ben, Lest We Forget, illus., 64; painting by, 119

Sharecroppers, 117-118

Shipbuilders at the Grant-Smith-Porter Company's Gray's Harbor Yards (photo), 252; illus., 247

Shipbuilding, and African Americans, 113, 120, 279-288

Shipyard Workers Committee for Equal Participation, 281

Shishkin, Boris, 282

Shoun, Alexander, 48-49

Sicherheitsdienst (Nazi party security service), 208

Siemens T52 teleprinters, 212

"Sketching under Difficulties or The Trials of an Arctic Artist," by Russell W. Porter, 328

Sklar, George, Life and Death of an American, 66

"Slave Emancipation through the Prism of Archives Records," by Joseph P. Reidy, 105-111

Slavery, 192, 194

Slaves, emancipation of, 93, 105-111, 309; marriages, 100-104

Slocum, Col. Herbert J., 259

Smalls, Camp Robert, 150

Smillie, Thomas W., 220, 221, 222, 223, 224-225; photo, 220

Smith, Cole, 267

Smith, John Lewis, Jr., 134

Smith, Margery Hoffman, 12-13

Smith, Richard Norton, 267

Smith, Roger, 142, 145

Smithsonian Institution, 220, 221-222, 226-227, 228

Snakes (Creek resistance group), 29, 37-40

"Snakes & Scribes: The Dawes Commission and the Enrollment of the Creeks," by Kent Carter, 29-41

Social history, use of federal records for, 100

Society of American Archivists, 264

"Sophie's Alley," photograph by Robert McNeill, 142, 143

Soundex, 344

Soundex Coding Machine, 267-268

South Carolina, records concerning, 97

South Carolina Freedmen's Savings Bank, 170

South of Chicago, by Todros Geller, illus., 62

South Vietnam, 346

Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), 137

Southern Claims Commission, 179, 311-312

Southern Pacific Railroad, 55

Southern Railway System, 59-60

Southern Tenant Farmers Union (STFU), 117-118

Southhall, Sara, 282

Soyer, Raphael, 66

Space flight program, photographic records of accessioned, 267

Spanish-language materials, 74, 265

Springer, William A., 33, 36

Stakes, Carl, 155

Stanford, Lt. Col. Norman, 50

Stanton, Edwin M., 91-92, 96

Stapp, Will, 318

State, U.S. Department of, 44-45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 76, 155, 260, 268; photographic operations, 142, 146; records of African Americans, 114

Steedman, Maj. Gen. James B., 306

Steiner, Henry, 10

Stevens, Oliver, 58

Stewart, Capt. Joseph, 293-294; photo, 293

Stickney, W. M., 24

Strauss, Joseph P., 291-292

Stuart, Gen. D., 319

Sullivan, Leon, 158

Sullivan, Louis, 222

Sumner, Charles, 170

Sun and Shade (magazine), 222

Surgeon General, Records of the Office of the (RG 112), 341

Sweet Auburn-Coming Home-Gift to America (film), 159

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Taft, William H., 256

Taj Mahal, photos of, 244

Take a Giant Step (film), 158-159

Tampico, Mexico, 256, 258, 340

Tangires, Helen, "Feeding the Cities: Public Markets & Municipal Reform in the Progressive Era," 17-26

Tanner, Leland, 282, 284

Task Force to Review the FBI Martin Luther King, Jr., Security and Assassination Investigations, records of the, 133-134

Teamster, The, sculpture by Daniel French, 224; photo, 218

Teleprinters, 211-212

Terra Nova (ship), 328; sketch of, 332

Territories, Office of, 264

Texas, 337, 338

These Are Our Lives, 66

Thomas, Maj. Gen. George H., 306

Thomas, General Lorenzo, 91-92

Thomas, Norman, 118

Tilden, Samuel Jones, 303

Tillman, Fred, 43, 46, 47, 48, 49

Tillson, Brig. Gen. Davis, 308

"Timberline Lodge: Oregon's WPA Masterpiece," by Bruce I. Bustard, 7-15

Tobin, James J., 282

Tompkins, Maj. Frank, 259

Trans-Mississippi West: 1804-1912, Part IV: A Guide to Records of the Department of the Interior for the Territorial Period; Section 2, Records of Select Agencies, The, comp. by Robert M. Kvasnicka, 264

Transportation Corps, Rail Division (Army), 59

Travis, Comdr. Edward, 209

Treasury, U.S. Department of the, 197, 308, 309, 311; Revenue Cutter Service, 191, 195-200; Section of Painting and Sculpture, 64, 68; and World's Columbian Exposition, 220, 221, 227

Tredegar Iron Works, Richmond, Virginia, 311

Triangle T Ranch, Dragoon, Arizona, 43-50

Tribal governments, 29-40

Trimble, Ernest G., 282

Truman, Harry S., 269, 270, 288, 347

Tsukikawa, Sainon, 44, 46, 48

Tucson Daily Citizen, 48

Tunny (cipher machine), 211-212, 213-214

Turing, Alan Mathison, 203, 209-211, 215-216; photo, 203

Turing-Welchman "bombe," 203, 210-211

Turner, Nap, 156

Turner, William I. (Tim), 9-10

Tuskegee Army Air Field, 152-153, 167, 168

Tuskegee Institute, 168; Civilian Pilot Training Program, 167

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Underwood, Gilbert Stanley, 9-10

Union army, African American officers, 92, 276; and freedmen's camps, 96-98, 108

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, 76-77

Union Pacific Railroad, 55

United Daughters of the Confederacy, 312

United Mine Workers of America, 116

United Nations Conference on International Organization (San Francisco Conference), 146

United Nations Service Center, 145

U.S. Air Force, records relating to African Americans, 166, 167

"United States Armed Forces & the Mexican Punitive Expedition, The," by Mitchell Yockelson, Part 1, 256-262; Part 2, 334-343

U.S. Army, and African Americans in World War II, 149-150; command records, 107-108; Department of Tennessee, 96-97; Department of the Gulf, 97; Department of the Pacific, 291, 294, 296, 297; group photographs, 244; Mexican Punitive Expedition, 260, 334; Military Division of the Mississippi, 319; records relating to African Americans, 149-150, 166-167; Southern Department, 342; and venereal disease, 338

U.S. Army Continental Commands, Records of (RG 393), 342

U.S. Army Military History Institute, 318, 319, 320

U.S. Army Mobile Commands, Records of (RG 391), 342

U.S. Army Overseas Commands, Records of (RG 395), 342-343

U.S. Border Patrol, 43, 45, 48, 49

U.S. Cavalry, Seventh, 336; Tenth, 337; Thirteenth, 259

United States Coal Commission, records relating to African Americans, 116

U.S. Coast Guard, 199; and African Americans in World War II, 151

United States Colored Infantry, 91-94

United States Colored Troops, 91-94, 276, 297

U.S. Congress, African American petitions to, 114; and Mexican Punitive Expedition, 338-339; and Native Americans, 29-40; and Southern Claims Commission, 311; testimony to on reclamation projects, 237

United States Court of Claims, 311

United States Daily, 239

U.S. District Courts, 32, 33, 35, 38

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 264

U.S. fleet movements, Japanese espionage regarding, 44, 46-47, 49-50

United States Forest Service, 7-8, 9, 14-15

U.S. Geological Survey, 233, 264

United States Housing Authority, records relating to African Americans, 116-117

United States Information Agency (USIA), motion pictures relating to African Americans, 154-159; photographic collections, 136

U.S. Lighthouse Board, 225

U.S. Marine Corps, 340; Records of the (RG 127), 341; records relating to African Americans in World War II, 151-152

U.S. Maritime Commission, 284

U.S. National Museum, 220, 221-222, 224-225, 226-227, 228

U.S. Naval District, Fourteenth, 44

U.S. Navy, 196; and African Americans in World War II, 150-151; Atlantic Fleet, 340; and Mexican Revolution, 256, 258, 340

U.S. Navy Personnel, Records of (RG 24), 340

United States News, 239

U.S. Railroad Administration, records relating to African Americans, 116

United States Railway Mission to Mexico, 57, 58

U.S. Reclamation Service, 233

U.S. Revenue Cutter Service, 191, 195-200

U.S. Senate, records pertaining to African Americans, 114; testimony before, 137

U.S. Signal Corps, 155

U.S. Supreme Court, 36; and Confederate States of America, 303, 308, 309; decisions affecting African Americans, 114, 287; and NSC records, 345-346; and Franklin Roosevelt, 268; and George Washington, 347

University of Alabama, 155

University of Maryland, 84, 105, 267

"USIA Motion Picture Collection and African American History, The," by Donald Roe, 154-159

Using the Census Soundex, 344

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Van Sant, John, 294-295

Van Voast, Maj. James, 295

Vancouver, Washington, 281

Vera Cruz, Mexico, 256, 258-259, 338-339, 340, 341, 342-343

Vernon, John, "The Search for Jackie Robinson," 135-139

Vietnam War, Kennedy and, 346; POW/MIAs, 76-77

Villa, Francisco "Pancho," 256, 259, 334, 336-338, 339, 341-342; photos, 258, 334

Virgin Islands, 72

Virginia, and African Americans, 142-144; records concerning, 97

"Voices of African Americans in Federal Records," by John W. Carlin, 84-85

"Volunteering for History," by John W. Carlin, 276-277

Voting Rights Act of 1965, 134

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Wage and Hour and Public Contract Divisions, records relating to African Americans, 120

Wages and hours, regulation of, 129-130

Wahlman, Maude, 157

Wake Island, 70

Walters, Ronald, 156

War Department, 319, 321, 322; and Civil War property seizures, 306, 308; and Mexican Punitive Expedition, 334, 338-339, 340-341; and World's Columbian Exposition, 220-221, 222, 225, 227, 228

War Department General and Special Staffs, Records of the (RG 165), 244, 341-342

War Food Administration, records relating to African Americans, 120

War Manpower Commission, 280

War savings bond program, 241-242

Waring, George E., Jr., 19

Warne, W., 241

Washington, Booker T., photo, 160

Washington, George, 347

Washington, Reginald, "The Freedman's Savings and Trust Company and African American Genealogical Research," 170-180

Washington, Walter, 156

Washington Evening Star, 239

Washington Star, 237

Watergate break-in, 268

Waves, and African American women, 150-151

Weaver, Robert, 145, 157

Webb, Lt. H. P., 306, 308

Webb, Nathan, 267

Webster, Milton P., 282

Wehrkamp, Tim, comp., Records Relating to American Prisoners of War and Missing-in-Action Personnel from the Korean War and During the Cold War Era, 344

Weidman, Budge, 276; "Preserving the Legacy of the United States Colored Troops," 91-94

Welchman, Gordon, 210-211

Wentworth, Jennie Wells, 23

West Virginia and African Americans, 116

Whalers, 197, 198

"When Nixon Met Elvis" (exhibit), 347

"Whistle Stop" (online project), 77

White, Bryan, 134

White, Garland, 93-94

White, W. Wilson, 134

White, Walter, 118

White House Central Files, 269

"White Trucks in Service at Fort Riley," photo by O. W. Holt, 251; illus., 250-251

Whitman, Ann, 268-269

Whittle, Lewis N., 306

Wilbur, Ray Lyman, 237

Wilder, Douglas, 156

Wiley, Harvey W., 21

Williams, Brig. E. T., 214-215

Williams, Walter E., 281

Willits, Edwin, 227

Wills, Ens. Frances, 151; photo, 150

Wilson, Gen John. H., 305-306, 308

Wilson, William, 115

Wilson, Woodrow, 256, 258-260, 337

Winey, Mike, 319

"With the Compliments of...," by William Gladstone, 316-323

"Without Right of Conquest: The Civil War Occupation and Restoration of the Findlay Foundry of Macon, Georgia," by Robert Scott Davis, Jr., 301-315

Women, African American, 127-131; as consumers, 21; as domestics, 127-131; employed abroad, 70-71; employed at military installations, 295-298; on farms, 233, 236; in federal government, 233-242; and racial discrimination, 127-131

Women's Army Corps, and African American women, 149, 150

Women's Auxiliary Air Force (WAAF), 206

Women's Bureau, 233, 235; records relating to African Americans, 116, 128

Women's history, African Americans, 100-104

Women's movement, 238, 240

Women's Reserve Naval Service (Wrens), 211

Woodhull, Victoria, 233

Woodrum, Clifton, 142

Woodson, Carter G., 87, 88, 89; photo, 86

Woodward, Pfc. Luther, 152; photo, 152

Wooten, Howard, photo, 153

Work, Hubert, 234

Work Projects Administration, 128

Works Progress Administration (WPA), 4, 7-15, 64, 66-67, 74, 130-131, 155; records, 67-68

World War I, and African American Workers, 115-116; panoramic photographs from, 244; Zimmerman telegram, 268

World War II, and African American military personnel, 88, 136, 148-153, 165-169; and African American workers, 118-120, 279-288; and Army railroad operations, 58-59; and Enigma, 203-216; and food distribution, 24; and German machine ciphers, 203-216; and gold stolen by Nazis, 268; guide to records relating to, 74; and Japanese espionage, 43-50; and Mexican railroads, 57-58; prisoners of war, 76; and Timberline Lodge, 14

World's Columbian Exposition (Chicago 1893), 218-231

Wright, James Stephen ("Steve"), 142, 145-146; photos by, 140, 143; photo of, 144

Wyman, William, 234

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Yeltsin, Boris, 76

Yockelson, Mitchell, "The United States Armed Forces & the Mexican Punitive Expedition," Part 1, 256-262; Part 2, 334-343

Yoshikawa, Takeo, 44, 46, 47-48, 50; photo, 47

Young, P. E., Sr., 282

Youngblutt, Mrs. F. C., photo, 242

Yuge, Kyonosuke, 44, 46, 48

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Zapata, Emiliano, 339

Ziegler, Ronald, 269

Ziegler, William, 327

Zimmerman telegram, 268

Zygalski, Henryk, 206-207, 208

Zygalski sheets, 208, 209

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