Prologue Magazine

Index to Prologue, Volume 31: 1999



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Accra, Ghana, 259, 260-262

Ackerman, George W., 68

Adams, Ansel, 67, 68; photo by, 73

Adams, Elma, 262

Adams, John, 24

Adams, Ens. Morgan, USNR, 251

Adamson, Thomas, Jr., 75-76, 78, 80, 81

Adenauer, Konrad, 59

Adjutant General's Office, Colored Bureau, 268

Africa, U.S. relations with, 257-264

African Americans, and citizenship in Indian nations, 231-244; and the Civil War, 267-271; films and filmstrips about, 259-261, 262-263; Gold Star Mothers, 140, 144-145, 212; and U.S. relations with Ghana, 257-264; visits to Ghana, 259, 260, 261-262, 263

African socialism, 259

Agriculture, U.S. Department of, 68; motion pictures from the, 112

Akerson, George, 95

Alabama (ship), 159, 171, 173, 175, 177

Alaska Gold Rush Centennial Task Force, 216

Alaska-Yukon gold rush, 216

Alban, Maurice S., 149

Aldrin, Edwin "Buzz", photo, 208

"American Century, The" (exhibit), 84, 136-138

"American Century at the Ford Museum, The," by Richard Norton Smith, 136-138

American Expeditionary Forces, 140

American Federation of Labor, 44

American Indians: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications, 85

American Revolutionary War, women and the, 119-126

Anacostia, USS, 197, 198

Anderson, Marian, 260

Andrews, Dana, 252

Anti-Semitism, 38, 39

Antisubmarine patrols, 248-250, 251-255

Arafat, Yasser, photos, 281

Araner (yacht), 250, 252

Armstrong, Michael, 218

Armstrong, Neil, photo, 208

Arthur, Chester, 76

Artworks, stored by Nazi Germans, 8-19

Ashanti Pioneer (newspaper), 259

Ashe, Arthur, photo, 209

AT&T Corporation, 218

Atoka Agreement, 233, 238, 241, 244

Atomic Energy Commission, films from, 114

Aylesworth, Allison L., 234; photo, 235

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Babcock, Elizabeth, 163, 176

Bahama Islands, 179, 181, 183

Baker, Abby Scott, 47-48

Baker, Brig. Gen. Lafayette C., 181

Balloon reconnaissance, Civil War, 196, 199

Banshee (blockade-runner), 179-180, 181-183, 184-185, 186, 188; painting of, 179

Barbill (ship), photo, 253

Barrett, Lt. Col. Tupper, 11-12, 13, 14, 16, 19

Barrows, Roberta, 175

Bayard, James, 30

Beall, William O., 240, 242

Begin, Menachem, photo, 275

Bellardo, Lewis J., 299

Bell-Bielski, Ruth, 44

Bengston, Bradley, 149

Benjamin, Sarah Osborn, 124-125, 126

Bennett, L. L., 252

Berger, Victor, 42

Berlin, Germany, 8-9, 59, 62

Berlin Wall, 59, 61; photo, 277

Bernstein, Col. Bernard D., 11-16, 17, 19

"Best Practices in Records Management Award," 299

Bill of Rights, 156-157, 218

Bishop Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii, 220-221

Bixby, Tams, 232, 234-244; photo, 233

Black Lung Automated Support Package, 107

Bland, Larry I., 298

Blaszcyk, Regina, 149

Blockade-runners, Civil War, 179-188

Blumenthal, Walter, 122-123, 124

Board of War, 23, 33

Bogart, Humphrey, 251; photo, 251

Bohannon, Keith, 269

Booraem, Hendrick, V., 149

Boxer Protocol, 286

Boxer Rebellion, 284-289

Bradley, Gen. Omar N., 11, 14, 15

Bradsher, Greg, "Nazi Gold: The Merkers Mine Treasure," 7-21

Brandt, Willy, 59

Bredbenner, Candice Lewis, "The Case of the 'Lovelorn Jewish Wives'": Gender Bias and the Response to Immigration during the Great Depression," 37-51

Buchanan, Adm. Franklin (CSA), 182

Bundy, McGeorge, 97

Burger, Warren, records relating to released, 150

Burial Files, 140

Bush, George, 4, 96, 278; photos, 97, 280

Bustard, Bruce I., "Picturing the Century: One Hundred Years of Photography from the National Archives," 67-73

Butler, Lt. Smedley, 286-287

Butow, R.J.C., A Notable Passage to China: Myth and Memory in FDR's Family History," 159-177

Bytwerk, Randall, 60

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Cable Act of 1922, 42, 47-48

Caldwell, John, 24-25

California, 248, 250, 252-253, 255

Callahan, Edward W., 287

Campbell, Frank L., 242-243

Canton, China, 160, 167, 168-169, 170

Capone, Al, photo, 129

Capra, Frank, 295

Carlin, John W., 218, 292, 297; The Death of President Kennedy? NARA's Staff Keeps Working on the Record," 4-5; In NARA's Records, the POW/MIA Search Goes On, 228-229; NARA Completes Its Digital Imaging Project," 92-93; Preserving the Nation's Number-One Documents: NARA Reencases the Charters of Freedom, 156-157

Carr, Wilbur J., 44, 47

Carter, Jimmy, 96, 97, 107, 274-275; photos, 94, 275, 276

Carter, Kent, "Choctaw-Chickasaw Enrollment, Part I," 231-245

Carter, Rosalynn, photos, 275, 276

"Case of the 'Lovelorn Jewish Wives': Gender Bias and the Response to Immigration during the Great Depression, The," by Candice Lewis Bredbenner, 37-51

Castle, William R., 46

Cecil B. DeMille Productions, 252

Cemeteries, military, 140, 142, 214

Census, Bureau of the, 103-104, 106-107, 115

Census of 1890, 231, 233

Census of Mineral Industries, 103

Centers for Disease Control, 107-108

Central Arkansas Library System, 298

Central banks, European, gold looted from by Nazis, 8, 19

Central Intelligence Agency, 4, 5, 219

Central Missouri State University, 149

Century, The, 95

Chaffee, Gen. Adna R., 286

Charters of Freedom, 156-157, 218

Chicago Civil War Round Table, 149

Chicago Historical Society, 149-150

Chickasaw Freedmen's Association, 235

Chickasaw Nation, 231-244

Chile, 219

China, 159, 160, 170, 171-172, 175, 177, 257, 258, 284-289

China Campaign Badges, 288

China Relief Expedition, 286

Choctaw-Chickasaw Citizenship Court, 241-242, 244

"Choctaw-Chickasaw Enrollment, Part I," by Kent Carter, 231-245

Choctaw Citizenship Commission, 234, 239

Choctaw Intermarried and Adopted White Citizens Association, 235-236

Choctaw Nation, 231-244

Choctaw National Council, 235

Church, Nancy, 161, 163, 164, 167, 168, 169, 170, 176

Churchill, Winston, 59; photo, 131

Citizen Wives' Organization, 37-49

Citizenship in Indian nations, 231-244

Civil rights movement, 203; and relations with Ghana, 257-258, 259, 260-261

Civil War (U.S.), 159, 165, 168, 172-174, 179-188, 191-201; and African Americans, 265-271; symposium on, 149-150

"Civil War Cat-and-Mouse Game: Researching Blockade-Runners at the National Archives," by Rebecca Livingston, 179-188

Claiborne, Lt. Col. Omer, 14, 15, 16

Claims against the government, 23, 30

Cleveland, Grover, 76, 95-96; photo, 80

Clinton, Bill, 96, 218, 221, 278-279, 281, 282, 292; photos, 281

Clinton, Hillary Rodham, 218

Coal industry, 104, 106-108

Coast Guard Auxiliary, 248, 251, 252, 254-255

Coast Guard Auxiliary and Reserve Act, 248

Coast Guard Reserve, 248, 251

Cochran, Jacqueline, 113

Coffman, Tom, 219

Cold war, 202, 257, 263

Colquitt, Jack, 270

Cometti, Elizabeth, 124

Committee on War Claims, 199

Compiled military service records, 268

Concentration camps (Germany), property seized from victims, 9, 15, 17, 19

Confederate Citizens and Business Papers, 181, 183-184

Confederate States of America, 168, 172-174, 179, 180, 181, 182-184, 268; army, 268, 269, 270; navy, 186, 191, 193-199; and slaves, 268, 269, 270

Confederate Vessel Papers, 181, 182-183

Confederate War Department, 184

Conger, E. H., 286

Connaught, Duke of, photo, 56

Constitution Community, The, 219, 297

Consular, despatches, 80-81

Continental Congress, and military pensions, 120-121, 122, 126

Cook, Lemuel, 124

Coolidge, Calvin, photos, 57, 130

Cooney, Joan Ganz, 115

Corbin, Margaret, 120-121, 125, 126

Cornish, Melvin, 234, 237, 242-243, 244

Corporate (or Corporation) Source Book, 104

Corps, XII, 8, 11, 12, 13, 14, 17

"Corsair Fleet," 248, 249

Cortelyou, George Bruce, 95

Counter Intelligence Corps, 7

County and City Data Book Files, 103

County Business Patterns data, 103

Court of claims, 241

Courts-martial, 182

Craven, Comdr. Thomas, 193, 195, 196

Creek Nation, 231, 233, 234, 235

Cropley, Samuel, 195, 198-199

Cuba, 96-97

Cuban missile crisis, 202-203

Cultural and informational programs, U.S., 257-264

Cultural foreign policy, 257-264

Current Population Survey, 107

Curriculum development, 219

Curry, Sgt. Wilmot Walter, 192-193, 194-195, 196, 197, 199; drawings by, 193

Curtis Act of 1898, 231-232, 233, 234, 237-238, 240

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Dahlgren, Capt. John A., 194, 195-196

Dalferes, Col. R. L., 12

Dalton, Georgia, 269, 270

Dammann, Gordon, 149

Daniels, Jonathan, 98

Davis, Col. Benjamin O., 212; photo, 210

Davis, James, 42

Davis, Jefferson, 194, 199

Davis, Robert Scott, Jr., "A Soldier's Story: The Records of Hubbard Pryor, Forty-Fourth United States Colored Troops," 267-272

Dawes, Henry L., 231, 244

Dawes Commission, 231-244; photo, 230

De Nyse, Isaac R., 176-177

De Pauw, Linda Grant, 119, 120-121, 122, 124

De Vitrolle, Baron, 210

Deakins, Francis, 24

"Death of President Kennedy? NARA's Staff Keeps Working on the Records, The," by John W. Carlin, 4-5

Debo, Angie, 242

Declaration of Independence, 156-157, 218

Declassified records, 150, 219, 228

Defense, Department of, 219, 228

Defense, Records of the Office of the Secretary of (RG 330), 295

Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Armed Services, 113

Defense POW/Missing Personnel, Office of, 228

Delano, Cassie, 161, 163, 164, 167-168, 169, 170, 175, 176; photos, 164, 173

Delano, Catherine Robbins, 159-172, 174, 175, 176; photos, 158, 162, 168

Delano, Franklin Hughes, 164, 165, 167, 168, 170, 172, 173, 174, 176

Delano, Frederic Adrian, 159-160, 169, 170, 171, 176-177; photo, 168

Delano, Laura Franklin, 169, 170, 176; photo, 173

Delano, Louise, 161, 163, 164, 165, 167, 169, 170, 172-173, 174, 176; photo, 174

Delano, Philippe, 161, 163-164, 167-168, 169, 176; photos, 162, 168

Delano, Warren, Jr., 159, 160, 161, 163, 166-167, 169, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174, 176, 177; photos, 160, 173, 174

Delano, Capt. Warren, Sr., 166, 170

Delano, Warren, 3rd, 161, 163, 164, 165, 167-168, 169, 176; photo, 168

Delaware, USS, 194; illus., 195

Demetz, Bettina, 138

Democratic Party, 76, 78

Department of the Cumberland, 268

DeVanter, Willis van, 237

Dewberry, Suzanne, "The Pacific Coast Hooligans of World War II," 247-255

Dexter, Samuel, 23, 25-26, 27, 28, 29, 30-31, 32; photo, 22

Dickstein, Samuel, 47; photo, 46

"Die Wende: A Migration of People, Minds, and Spirits," by Jennifer L. Peresie, 58-66

Diggs, Charles C., 261

Digital Classroom, 219, 297-298

Diplomatic despatches, 80-81

Diplomatic Records: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications, 81

Diplomats and consuls, reports of, 263

District of Columbia, 23-24

Doak, William, 47

"Documenting the Changing Lives of Women through NARA's Motion Picture Holdings," by Donald Roe, 111-116

DOCUMERICA (photographic project), 68

Dukes, Gilbert W., 239, 240, 241; photo, 237

Dunlap, Henry A., 261-262

Dunn, 1st Lt. William A., 14, 15-16, 17

Dwight D. Eisenhower Library and Museum, 149, 298

Dwight D. Eisenhower Papers, 298

Dylan, Bob, photo, 205

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Earnest, Maj. Gen. Herbert L., 8, 10, 11

Eastman, Elizabeth, 47-48; photo, 41

Ebony magazine, 260, 261

Eddy, Maj. Gen. Manton S., 8, 10-11, 12-14

Edison, Thomas, photo, 55

Education, U.S. Department of, 219, 297

Ehrlichmann, John, photo, 209

Einstein, Albert, photo, 133

Einstein, Charles, 75-76, 78, 80

Eisenhower, Gen. Dwight D., 11, 12-13, 14-15, 17, 298; photos, 6, 14, 132, 202

Electronic Access Project (EAP), 85, 92-93, 218

"Electronic Records Relevant to Research on Mining," by Theodore J. Hull, 101-109

Eleventh Naval District, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255

Ellis, Col. Richard T., 143-144, 210, 212; photo, 210

Emmerson, Guy L. V., 240-241

Employment Standards Administration, 107

Enchantress (yacht), 251; photo, 250

Energy, U.S. Department of, 104

Engineer Combat Battalion, 282d, 11

Engineers, U.S. Army Corps of, 11, 13, 15, 16

England, and U.S. Civil War, 168, 173-174, 179, 181, 183, 184, 185, 188

Environmental Protection Agency, 68, 299; films from, 114

Erfurt, Germany, 9-10

Estilow, Betsy, 149

Eustis, William, 121, 126

Evans, Harold, 136

Evansport, Virginia, 191, 193, 194, 195, 196, 199

Everly, Elaine C., and Howard H. Wehmann, "The War Office Fire of 1800," 23-35

Everson, J. H., 251, 253

Executive Order 8895, 248, 254-255

Exhibits, 67-73, 84, 136-138, 149, 150, 220-221, 259, 260, 262-263, 264, 292

Expatriation Act of 1907, 42

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"Faces of Time" (exhibit), 150

Fairfax, Capt. Henry, 192

Fairfax, Lt. Col. John Walter, 192, 198, 199; portrait, 192

Farmer, James, 262

Feary, Lt. J. S., 13

Federal Bureau of Investigation, 4, 5, 219; films from, 114; files opened, 296

Federal Extension Service, motion pictures from the, 112

Federal Register, 292

Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany), 59-65

Federalists, 23, 29

Federation of Polish Jews in America, 47

Finding aids, POW/MIAs, 228

Firestone, Harvey, photo, 55

Fisher, Lt. Comdr. Joel H., 14, 15-16

Fitzgerald, F. Scott, photo, 54

Fitzwater, Marlin, 96; photo, 97

Five Civilized Tribes, 231, 233, 239

"Five Hundred Acres of History: Freestone Point, Virginia, in the Civil War," by Gregory Gluba, 191-201

Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, 261-262, 263

Forbes, Dora Delano, 161, 163, 165, 167, 168-169, 170, 173, 174, 176; photos, 173, 174

Ford, Gerald R., 136, 138, 274; photos, 274

Ford, Henry, photo, 55

Ford Film Collection, 111

Foreign policy, and Africa, 257-264; cultural, 257-264; research concerning, 263-264

Foreign service officers, personnel records, 74-81

Foreign Service Posts of the Department of State, Records of (RG 84), 264

Forrestal, James, 250

Fort Lafayette Prison, N.Y., 179-180, 181-182, 186

France, 140, 142, 150, 210, 212-215

Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, illustration from, 191

Frankfurt, Germany, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17

Frankfurter, Felix, 171

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library and Museum, 171, 175-177

Free, Arthur M., 48

Freestone Point, Va., 191-199

Friedan, Betty, 203; photo, 209

Friedel, Adm. W. L., 254

Friedman, Hilda, 43

Fulton (U.S. Army Steamer), 179, 184, 185, 188; photo, 185

Funk, Walter, 9, 19

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Galambos, Louis, 298

Gannett, Benjamin, 121, 122, 126

Gannett, Deborah Sampson, 121-122, 125, 126

Gay, Maj. Gen. Hobart, 12-14, 16

Gehrig, Lou, photo, 129

Gender discrimination, and immigration law, 37-49; in reunified Germany, 63-64

Genealogical research, 74-81, 106-108, 216, 218, 220-221, 287-289

General Records of the Department of the Navy, 1798-1947 (RG 80), 288

General Services Administration, 219, 297

Genscher, Hans Dietrich, 61

George, Zelma, 262

Georgia, 267-271

Gerald R. Ford Foundation, 138

Gerald R. Ford Museum, exhibits, 84, 136-138

German Democratic Republic (East Germany), 59-65

Germany, 150; assets stolen by Nazis, 147; records relating to, 216; reunification of, 59-65

Ghana, U.S. relations with, 257-264

Ghana Evening News, 259

Ghana television, 262-263

Ghanaian Times, 259

Gillis, Comdr Jonathon P., 194

Gissendanner, Scott, 64

Glenn, John, photo, 205

Gluba, Gregory, "Five Hundred Acres of History: Freestone Point, Virginia, in the Civil War," 191-201

Gold, Nazi Germany, 7-19

Gold rush, in Yukon, 216

Gold Star Mothers' Association, 142-143, 144

Gold Star Mothers pilgrimages, 140-145, 210-215

Gorbachev, Mikhail, 98; photo, 277

Government Ethics, Office of, 299

Government Information Technology Services Board, 219, 297

Government Printing Office, 292

Gracious Lady, by Rita Halle Kleeman, 170-171, 176

Grand Gulf, USS, 179, 184-185, 188

Grand Valley State University, Mich., 138

Grant, Ulysses S., 78

Grants, 295, 297, 298

Graves Registration Service, 140, 142, 210

Great Britain, 284, 285, 286-287

Great Depression, and immigration policy, 37-49

"Guide to Civilian Agency Records Pertaining to American Cultural and Informational Foreign Policy During the Cold War," 264

Guide to Records Relating to U.S. Military Participation in World War II: Part II, Supply and Support, compiled by Timothy P. Mulligan, 84-85

Guides to Microfilmed Records of the German Navy, 1850-1945, No. 3: Records of the German Naval High Command, 1935-1945, compiled by Timothy P. Mulligan, 216

Guthrie, Woody, 101

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Haldemann, H. R., photo, 209

Hall, Capt. Newt, USMC, 284, 285, 286

Hamby, Alonzo, 99

Hancock, John, 121

Harbor patrols, World War II, 250, 252, 253

Harmon Foundation Film Collection, 111

Harper, John Goodloe, 29

Harrell, Lt. Abram, 196

Harriet Lane, USS, 197-198

Hauptmann, Bruno, files relating to released, 296

Hawaiian Anti-Annexation Petition, 220-221

Hay, John, 284

Hayes, Mary Ludwig, 119, 120; portrait of, 118

Hebrew Immigrant Aid and Sheltering Society, 39, 44

Heger, Kenneth W., "Race Relations in the United States and American Cultural and Informational Programs in Ghana, 1957-1966," 257-265; "Strategies for Reconstructing Careers of Foreign Service Officers, 1869-1887," 74-81

Heitman, Francis B., 294

Helen M. Knubel Archives of Cooperative Lutheranism Project, 298

Hemingway, Ernest, 84

"Hemingway Centennial at the Kennedy Library, The" (symposium), 84

"Herbert Hoover: Examining the Evidence" (conference), 149

Herman, George, 97

Himmler, Heinrich, 9

Hine, Lewis, 67, 68; photos by, 70, 72

Hiss, Alger, materials relating to opened, 296; photo, 135

Hitch, Annie Delano, 161, 163, 164, 167, 169, 170, 176; photo, 173

Hitch, Frederic Delano, 170

Hitchcock, Ethan A., 236, 242-243, 244

Hitler, Adolph, 216; photo, 131

Hobby, Col. Oveta, 113

Hodgdon, A. Dana, 44, 47, 48

Hodgson, Joseph, 26, 28, 30, 31-32

Hodgson v. Dexter, 30-31

Holley, Katherine Bell, 140, 142, 143, 145, 210, 212, 214; photo, 141

Holley, Pvt. Lewis A., 140, 142, 210

Holloway, Don, 138

Hollywood, and World War II, 247-255

Holmes, Russell, papers opened, 219

Holmes, Gen. Theophilus H., 191, 196

Holocaust-Era Assets: A Finding Aid to Records at the National Archives at College Park, MD, 147

Holocaust victims, property taken from, 9, 15, 17, 19

Homer, Winslow, engraving by, 163

Hong Kong, 160, 161, 167, 168, 169, 170, 173-174, 175, 176

Hood, Gen. John Bell (CSA), 270; photo, 270

Hooker, Gen. Joseph, 196, 197, 198, 199; portrait, 196

"Hooligan Navy," 247-255

Hoover, Herbert, 43, 45, 47, 48, 95, 98, 128, 175; conference on, 149; photo, 135

Hope, Bob, photo, 134

Hopkins, Phillip B., 234

Hughes, Elizabeth S., 298

Hull, Theodore, "Electronic Records Relevant to Research on Mining," 101-109

Human rights abuses, 219

Hungary, 61

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Immigration, Bureau of, 42, 43, 45, 46-47

Immigration Act of 1917, 41

Immigration Act of July 11, 1932, 48

Immigration policy and the Great Depression, 37-49; and women, 37-49

Imports and Exports data, 103-104

"In NARA's Records, the POW/MIA Search Goes On," by John W. Carlin, 228-229

Indian Affairs, Bureau of, 236

Indian Census Rolls, 85

Indian Territory, 231, 232, 236, 239, 240, 243, 244

Infantry Division, Nineteenth, 7, 8, 10-11, 17

Infantry regiments, 357th, 8, 10, 11, 13, 16-17; 358th, 7; 474th, 16, 17

Inter-Allied Reparation Agency, 19

Interior, secretary of the, 235, 236-237, 238, 239, 242, 243, 244

Interior, U.S. Department of the, 68, 237

Internal Revenue Service, 104

International Dining and Sleeping Car Co., 212

Internet, 85, 92-93, 216, 218, 219, 292, 293, 295, 296, 297-298

Introduction to National Archives Records Relating to the Cold War, An, compiled by Tim Wehrkamp, 84

Inventory of the Records of the Office of the Secretary of War, 216

"IRI Background Facts: The Negro American" (Special Report 41), 258

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J. L. Smallwood (ship), 180

JFK (movie), 4

Jackson, Col. Henry, 121

Jackson, Jacob B., 232, 239

Jackson, Jonathan, 26, 27, 28, 30

Jacob Bell, USS, 173, 193-194, 197-198; illus., 191

Jacobs, Fenno, 68

James Adger, USS, 179, 185

Japan, 284, 285, 286

Jay Miller Aviation History Collection, 298

Jeff Dykes Memorial Award, 221

Jeffersonian Republicans, 23, 29-30

Jews, and immigration policy, 37-39, 43-44, 45-46, 47, 49

Jimmy Carter Library, 150

John F. Kennedy Assassination Records, 4-5

John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Review Board, 4-5

John F. Kennedy Library, 84, 149, 220

Johns Hopkins University, 298

Johnson, Andrew, 74, 78

Johnson, Col. Lewis, 269, 270; photo, 269

Johnson, Lyndon B., 68, 203, 259, 296-297; photos, 205, 206

Johnson, Mary, 124

Johnson-Reed Act of 1924, 40, 41-42, 46-47

Johnston, D. H., 235; photo, 231

Jones, William A., 237

Jordan, Hamilton, 96

Joslin, Theodore, 95, 98, 99

"Just Before the Battle, Mother" (exhibit), 149

Justice, U.S. Department of, 219

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Kaiseroda mine, Merkers, Germany, 7, 8, 10, 11

Kennedy, Jacqueline, 220; photos, 206

Kennedy, John F., 203, 257, 259; assassination records, 4-5, 219; and Cuba, 96-97, 202-203; photos, 97, 206

Kennedy, Robert F., 203; photos, 205, 206

Kerber, Linda, 125-126

Kerrey, Robert, 85, 92

Kimball, Charles B., 76, 78

Kimbro, Louise, 213, 215

King, Adm. Ernest J., 254

King, Martin Luther, Jr., 203, 260; photo, 205

Kissinger, Henry, photo, 209

Kittrell, Flemmie, 260; photo, 260

Kleeman, Rita Halle, 176; Gracious Lady, 170-171, 176

Knox, Henry, 23

Kohl, Helmut, 62

"Korea: The Forgotten War Remembered" (exhibit), 149

Korean War, 202, 221; casualty lists, 295-296; exhibit about, 149; photos from, 203

Kratsas, James, 138

Kumasi, Ghana, 259, 260, 261-262

Kvasnicka, Robert M., 221

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Labor, U.S. Department of, 46

Labor-management relations, 108-109

Labor Statistics, Bureau of, 107, 108

Land allotments to Native Americans, 231-244

Lange, Dorothea, 67, 68; photo by, 68

Lawrence & Co., Edward, 181, 184

Leach, Margaret, 95

Lee, Gen. Robert E., 191, 192

Lee, Russell, 101, 105-106; photographs by, 100, 1081

Legation Guard, Peking, China, 284, 285, 286, 288

Lewis, John L., 101, 105-106; photo, 101

Library of Congress, 156, 171, 298

Lincoln, Abraham, 95, 170, 172, 174

Lindbergh, Charles, photo, 130; records relating to son's kidnapping released, 296

Lippett, T. M., 284, 286

List of Officers of the Navy of the United States and of the Marine Corps from 1775 to 1900, ed. by Edward W. Callahan, 287

Litoff, Judy Barrett, 298

Livingston, Rebecca, "Civil War Cat-and-Mouse Game: Researching Blockade-Runners at the National Archives," 179-188

Longstreet, Gen. James, 192, 199

"Looking Back on the Twentieth Century: 1900-1925 in Photographs," by Maureen MacDonald, 53-57

"Looking Back on the Twentieth Century: 1926-1950 in Photographs," by Maureen MacDonald, 128-135

"Looking Back on the Twentieth Century: 1951-1975 in Photographs," by Maureen MacDonald, 202-209

"Looking Back on the Twentieth Century: 1976-1999 in Photographs," by Maureen MacDonald, 274-282

Los Angeles, California, 252-253

Lowe, Thaddeus S.C., 196, 198, 199; portraits, 196, 197

Lowry, Thomas, 149

Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois, 149

Lutheran World Relief organization, 298

Lyndon B. Johnson Library, 296-297

Lyon, Danny, 68

Lyons, Lord, 185, 186

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Macao, 160, 170

McCarthy, Joseph, photo, 204

McCauley, Mary Ludwig Hayes, 119-120

McClellan, Gen. George B., 165, 172, 199

McCrea, Lt. Edward, 193-194, 198

McCurry, Mike, 95; photo, 96

McCurtain, Green, 232, 233, 234, 239, 242; photo, 233

MacDonald, Maureen, "Looking Back on the Twentieth Century: 1900-1925 in Photographs, 53-57; "Looking Back on the Twentieth Century: 1926-1950 in Photographs," 128-135; "Looking Back on the Twentieth Century: 1951-1975 in Photographs," 202-209; "Looking Back on the Twentieth Century: 1976-1999 in Photographs," 274-282

Mach, Izabela Horowitz, 48

McHenry, James, 23, 24, 29; portrait, 24

Mack, Julian, 42

McKennon, Archibald S., 232, 234, 235, 236, 237; photo, 230

McKinley, William, 95, 238

McSherry, Brig. Gen. F. J., 12, 13, 17

"Mainstay of the Fleet: The Philadelphia Navy Yard, 1801-1996" (exhibit), 84

Mallory, Stephen M., 182

Mann, Herman, 121-122

Mansfield, McMurray, and Cornish, 237, 239, 241-242

Marines, U.S., in Boxer Rebellion, 284-289

Markward, William, 24, 26, 27, 30, 32

Marshall, George C., 298

Marshall, John, 31

Marshall Foundation, 298

Martin, James Kirby, 120

Martin, Pvt. Joseph Plumb, 120

Maryland, 193, 195, 196

Mason, Lt. Col. John H., 11, 13, 14, 16, 19

Massachusetts Regiment, Fourth, 121

Meade, Col. Robert L., 285, 286-287

Medals of Honor, 286-287

Melmer, SS Capt. Bruno, 9, 11

Melodie (yacht), 253

Merchant shipping, protection of in World War II, 247-248

Mercury and New England Palladium, 121

Merkers mine, Germany, 7-21

Metal-Nonmetal Impoundment Tracking System, 105

Methot, Mayo, photo, 251

Microfilm publications, 85, 147, 216, 217, 293-294; admirality case files, 216; Alaska, 216, 217; alien arrivals, 85, 147, 216, 294; alien crew lists, 85, 147; appellate case files, 294; bankruptcy case files, 216, 217; Bureau of Indian Affairs, 216, 217; business censuses, 294; census rolls, 217, 294; Civil War, 181, 182, 184, 186, 188, 217; compiled military service records, 217; Confederate States of America, 182-184, 186, 188; courts martial, 182; database on NAIL, 218; District of Columbia, 294; draft registration boards, 294; federal personnel records, 80; gold rushes, 216; Hawaiian Anti-Annexation Petition, 220, 221; Justice Department, 294; Kansas, 294; Marine Corps muster rolls, 288; nonpopulation census schedules, 147; passenger lists, 85, 147, 294; Seamen's Protection Certificates, 294; ships, 182, 217; State Department, 294; Texas, 217; U.S. Army Historical Register, 147, 294; United States Colored Troops, 217; U.S. district courts, 216; U.S. Navy, 184, 185; vessel arrivals, 217

Military Intelligence Team 404-G, 7

Military police, used in Germany, 8

Military reconnaissance, 196, 199

Millennium Lecture Series, Ford Museum, 138

Milliner, Alexander, 124

Mine Safety and Health Administration, 104, 105, 107-108

Mineral Availability System, 104

Minerals Management Service, 104-105

Mining industry, 101-109

Ministry for State Security (East Germany), 60

Minton, Nalani, 220

Missing in action, search for those, 228-229, 295-296

Mississippi Choctaws, 231-232, 235, 236, 239-240, 241, 242, 244

Modrow, Hans, 61

Moffett, Samuel G., 80

Moley, Raymond, 175

Monroe, Marilyn, 203; photo, 204

Moore, Lt. Col. William S., 14, 15-16, 19

Morgan, Lt. Col. Thomas J., 269; photo, 269

Morgenthau, Henry, Jr., 171-172

Morris, Lt. Col. Carl L., 12, 13, 14, 15, 16-17, 19

Morse, A. S., 269

Mosley, Palmer S., 240-241

Motion pictures, about the lives of women, 111-116; troop orientation, 295

Mullen, Joseph P., 235

Mulligan, Timothy P., 216; Guide to Records Relating to U.S. Military Participation in World War II: Part II, Supply and Support, 84-85

Mussey, Capt. Reuben D., 268-269

Myers, Capt. John T., USMC, 284, 285, 286; photo, 289

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NAIL (NARA Archival Information Locator), 85, 92-93, 218

"NARA Completes Its Digital Imaging Project," by John W. Carlin, 92-93

Nash, George H., 149

Nation Within: The Story of America's Annexation of the Nation of Hawaii, by Tom Coffman, 220

National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 156; films from, 114; photographs from, 68

National Archives and Records Administration, Center for Electronic Records, 295; Center for Legislative Archives, 5, 220, 292; conferences, 298-299; declassified records, 150, 219; educational materials, 84, 219; electronic records, 92-93, 101-109; exhibits, 67-73, 147, 292; Life Cycle Management Division, 298-299; microfilm publications, 85, 147, 293-294; motion picture holdings, 111-116; news and notices, 84-86, 149-150, 218-220, 295-299; Office of General Counsel, 5; Office of the Federal Register, 292; Old Military and Civil Records unit, 287; photographs, 147; publications, 84-85, 147, 216-217, 292-294; reencasing of the Charters of Freedom, 156-157; relocation of records, 156-157; Special Media Division, 255; Strategic Plan, 92, 156; Textual Archives Services Division, 85, 264; Web site postings, 85-86, 92-93

National Archives Building, renovation of, 156-157, 218

National Archives Gift Collection, 113

National Archives Regional Records Services Facilities, 297; Central Plains Region (Kansas City), 149, 221; electronic catalog of holdings, 92; Great Lakes Region, 85, 149-150; Mid Atlantic Region, 84, 85; Northeast Region, 296; Pacific Alaska Region, 85, 216; Pacific Region, 85; Pacific Southwest Region, 254-255; Rocky Mountain Region, 85; Southeast Region, 85; symposia, 84

National Commission on Observance of International Women's Year, 114

National Film Preservation Foundation, 295

National Historical Publications and Records Commission, 33, 298

National History Day, 59, 297-298

National Institute of Standards and Technology, 92, 156

National Labor Relations Board, 108-109

National League of Women Voters, 47-48

National Origins Act, 40, 41-42, 46-47

National origins quota system, 39-42

National parks, 68

National Personnel Records Center, 287

National Portrait Gallery, 150

National Science Foundation, films from, 114

National Security Council, 219; records declassified, 150

National Traumatic Occupational Fatality Database, 107-108

National Trust for Historic Preservation, 115

National Woman's Party, 47-48

National Youth Administration, 112

Native Americans, censuses of, 231, 233, 239, 242; enrollments of, 231-244

Naturalization law, 39, 42, 48-49

Naval Districts and Shore Establishments, Records of (RG 181), 254-255

Naval Operations, Office of the Chief of, 249-250, 251

Naval Personnel, Records of the Bureau of (RG 24), 288

Navy, Secretary of the, 185, 288-289

Navy, U.S. Department of the, 288

Nazi Germany, assets stolen by, 147

"Nazi Gold: The Merkers Mine Treasure," by Greg Bradsher, 7-21

Nazi Persecution Relief Fund, 19

Needles, Thomas B., 234, 240-241, 244

Nelson, Jack, 96

Nelson, W. Dale, "Standing in for the President," 95-99

Neo-Nazism in Germany, 64

Netanyahu, Benjamin, photo, 281

New York Herald, 194-195, 198, 199

Newman, John, 24, 26, 27, 28

Nicholas, John, 29-30

Nicolay, Helen, 95

Nicolay, John, 95

Nimitz, Adm. Chester W., photo, 134

Nixon, Pat, photo, 258

Nixon, Richard M., 150, 203, 257, 296, 299; photos, 208, 209, 258

Nkrumah, Kwame, 259, 262, 263; photos, 256, 258

North Atlantic Blockading Squadron, 179-180, 184-185, 188

"Notable Passage to China: Myth and Memory in FDR's Family History, A," R. J. C. Butow, 159-177

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O'Connor, Sandra Day, photo, 279

O'Donnell, Kenneth, 97

Office of Management and Budget, U.S., 102

Office of War Information, 113

Offshore patrols, 248-255

Okamoto, Yoichi, 68

Oklahoma, 231

Old Dominion (ship), photo, 178

"Open door policy," 284

Opium trade, 171, 177

Oppenheimer, J. Robert, photo, 133

Orders of Suspension record, 74-81

Osborn, Aaron, 124-125

Ostermann, Christian, 63

Oswald, Lee Harvey, 4, 5

Owens, Jesse, photo, 130

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"Pacific Coast Hooligans of World War II, The," by Suzanne Dewberry, 247-255

"Papers of the War Department, 1784-1800" (documentary editing project), 33

Paramount Studios, 252

Parham, R. Bruce, 216

Paris, France, 210, 212-214

Parker, Fanny Stuart, 176

Parker, Peter, 170

Patton, Lt. Gen. George, 7, 8, 10-11, 12, 13, 14-15; photo, 132

Payne, F. H., 145

Pegler, Westbrook, 177

Peking, China, 284-289

Peking Relief Expedition, 288

Pennsylvania Artillery, 119-120

Pensions, military, 271; for women, 120-121, 122, 124-125, 126

Perera, Major, 11-12, 13

Peresie, Jennifer L., 59; "Die Wende: A Migration of People, Minds, and Spirits," 58-66; photo, 59

Performing arts, films about women in the, 115

Pershing, Gen. John J., photo, 57

Personnel records, foreign service officers, 74-81

Pew Charitable Trusts, 295

Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, 84

Photographs, of the twentieth century, 53-57, 67-73, 128-135, 202-209, 274-282

Pickering, Timothy, 23

"Picturing the Century: One Hundred Years of Photography from the National Archives," by Bruce I. Bustard, 67-73

Picturing the Century: One Hundred Years of Photography from the National Archives (catalog), 147

"Picturing the Century: One Hundred Years of Photography from the National Archives" (exhibit), 67-73

Piehler, G. Kurt, 144

Pitcher, Molly, article about, 119-126

Plante, Trevor K., "U.S. Marines in the Boxer Rebellion," 284-289

Poland, immigration from, 38, 39, 40, 43-44, 49

Posey, Capt. Robert, 11-12, 13

Posters & Facsimiles (pamphlet), 85

Potomac River, 191-199

Potter, Constance, "World War I Gold Star Mothers Pilgrimages,"Part I, 140-145; Part II, 210-215

Powell, Jody, 96, 97, 98; photo, 94

Powell, William H., 294

"Power of Free Inquiry and Cold War International History, The" (symposium), 84

Preliminary Inventory of the Records of United States Continental Commands, 1821-1920, Vol. 5, Military Installations, 147

"Preserving the Nation's Number-One Documents: NARA Reencases the Charters of Freedom, by John W. Carlin, 156-157

President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act, 219

Presidential libraries, 297; electronic catalog of holdings, 92; exhibits, 84, 136-138, 149, 150; photographs from, 67-68, 274-282; symposia, 84, 149-150

Presidential press secretaries, 95-99

Presidential Recording and Materials Preservation Act, 150, 299

President's Commission on the Coal Industry, 107

Presley, Elvis, 203; photo, 204

Prince, Henry, 268

Prince William County, Va., 191, 196, 199

Prior, Asa, 269

Prior, Haden, 269, 270; photo, 269

Prisoners of war, Civil War, 270-271; Nazi, 16-17; Southeast Asia, 228-229, 295-296

Prisons, Union, 182, 186

Prize courts, 179-180, 181, 185-186, 188

Proctor, Capt. Francis, 119, 120

Propaganda, Communist, 257, 258, 263, 264

Pryor, Hubbard, 267-271; photos, 266, 267

Public Health Service, 113

Public opinion, of U.S. race relations in Ghana, 257-264

Public Papers of President William J. Clinton, 292

Public service announcements, 114-115

Publications, 84-85, 147, 216-217, 292-294

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Quartermaster General, Office of the, 142, 143, 144-145, 210, 212, 213, 214

Quartermaster General, Records of the Office of the (RG 92), 140, 144-145, 210

Quartermaster truck companies, 3628th, 16; 4263d, 16

Quigley, David, 149

Quindlen, Anna, 171

Quota Act of 1921, 39, 41-42

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Rabin, Yitzhak, photo, 281

"Race Relations in the United States and American Cultural and Informational Programs in Ghana, 1957-1966," by Kenneth W. Heger, 257-265

Radio Ghana, 260-261, 262

Ranlett, Charles A., Jr., 160, 161-167, 171, 176, 177

Ranlett, Charles A., Sr., 160, 165-166

Ransbach, Germany, 9, 10, 15, 17

Rave, Paul Ortwin, 8, 9, 10, 13, 15

Reagan, Nancy, photos, 279

Reagan, Ronald, 96, 98, 275-278; photos, 97, 98, 276, 277, 278, 279

Records management, 298-299

Records of Proceedings of U.S. Army Courts-Martial, 182

"Records of the Department of State relating to Cultural and Public Affairs," 264

Records of the German Navy, 1850-1945, Received from the United States Naval History Division, microfilm publication, 216

Records Relating to American Prisoners of War and Missing in Action from the Vietnam War Era, 1960-1994, 295-296

Records Relating to American Prisoners of War and Missing-in-Action Personnel from the Korean War and During the Cold War Era, 295-296

Records Relating to Personal Participation in World War II: "The American Soldier" Surveys, 85

Reedy, George, 98

Reference Information Papers, 84, 85, 295-296

Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, Bureau of, 271

Registers of U.S. Army Courts Martial, 182

Reichsbank (Germany), 7, 8-9, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 19

Reichsmarks, 8, 9-10, 11, 15

Reimer, Otto, 9, 10, 13

"Remembering the Forgotten War" (teaching video), 149

Remembering War the American Way, by G. Kurt Piehler, 144

Republican Party, 74, 76, 78

Reuter, P. G., 234

Revere, Paul, 121-122, 126

Revolutionary War, records relating to, 32-33

Ride, Sally, photo, 111

Roca, Steven L., 149

Roe, Donald, "Documenting the Changing Lives of Women through NARA's Motion Picture Holdings," 111-116

Roiter-Nyclich, Gertrude Bella, 43-44

Ronald Reagan Library, 150

Roosevelt, Franklin D., 98, 128, 159, 170-172, 175-176, 248; family history, 159-177; photos, 131, 136, 248

Roosevelt, James, 170

Roosevelt, Sara Delano, 159-160, 161, 163-164, 165, 167-168, 169, 170-171, 172, 174, 175, 176, 177; photos, 162, 168, 173

Roosevelt, Theodore, 95, 241; photo, 54

Rosecrans, Maj. Gen. William Starke, 268

Ross, Betsy, 119, 122; portrait of, 119

Ross, Charles G., 98-99; photo, 99

Rowan, Carl T., 260

Royalty Accounting Schedule, 104-105

Russell, Lt. Col. William A., 8, 10-11

Russell & Co., 160, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171, 173, 174, 177

Russia, 13, 284, 285, 286

Ruth, George H. ("Babe"), photo, 129

Ryan, Thomas, 238

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Sadat, Anwar, photo, 275

St. Germain, Maurice, 14, 15-16

Salinger, Pierre, 96-97; photo, 97

Salk, Jonas, 203; photo, 204

Sampson, Deborah, 119, 121-122, 125, 126

San Pedro, California, 250, 251, 253, 255

Santa Barbara, California, 251, 253

Santa Barbara News Press, 248

Santa Cruz Island, 251-252

Savings bond program, 115

Schabowski, Günter, 61

Schlesinger, Arthur, Jr., 97

Schutzstaffein (SS), loot from, 9, 11, 15, 16, 17, 19

Scott, Winfield, 191

Seaward (yacht), photo, 246

Segregation, racial, 212

Seminole, USS, 193-194, 195; illus., 191

Seminole Nation, 233, 234, 235

Seward, William H., 185, 186

Seyelyn (ship), photo, 247

Seymour, Vice Admiral Edward, 285

Sherman, Gen. William, 268-269, 270

Ships, Bureau of, 251

Ships, private, arming of, 251, 252, 254; used in World War II, 247-255

Shurtleff, Robert, 119, 121

Signal Corps photographers, 10, 15

Silva, Noenoe, 220

Silver, Nazi Germany, 9, 11, 15, 16, 17, 19

Simmons, William, 26

Slaves, and the Civil War, 267-271; owned by Native Americans, 233

Small, Col. William F., 196; map by, 198

Small Business Administration, films from, 114

Smith, David C., 298

Smith, H. Van, 234-235, 237

Smith, Luther R., 243

Smith, Richard Norton, 138, 149; "The American Century at the Ford Museum," 136-138

Smithsonian Institution, 150

Social Security Administration, 114-115

"Soldier's Story: The Records of Hubbard Pryor, Forty-Fourth United States Colored Troops, A," by Robert Scott Davis, Jr., 267-272

"Sound of Jazz, The" (radio series), 261

Southern Claims Commission, 271

Space race, 202

Spanish Civil War, 216

Spaulding, Zephaniah S., 78, 80

Speakes, Larry, 98; photo, 98

Spirit of Freedom African American Civil War Memorial, 271

Spock, Benjamin, 203; photo, 205

Stalin, Joseph, photo, 131

Standard Industrial Classification coding system, 102-103

"Standing in for the President," by W. Dale Nelson, 95-99

State, General Records of the Department of (RG 59), 263-264

State, U.S. Department of, 156, 185, 219; and Africa, 257-264; Bureau of Cultural Affairs, 263-264; foreign service employees, 74-81; and Ghana, 257-264; and immigration policy, 38, 39-49; information programs, 259-264; Office of African Affairs, 257; Visa Division, 40, 42, 43-44, 45, 46-47, 49

Stearns, Maj. G. F., 268, 269

Steele, Jonathan W., 179-180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185-186

Steichen, Edward, photo by, 69

Stern, Sheldon M., 149

Stevens, Sharon Ritenour, 298

Stimson, Henry, 47, 175

Stockton, Richard, 76, 80

Stoddert, Benjamin, 24, 25-26

Stone, Oliver, 4

Stout, Lt. George, USNR, 13-14, 15, 16, 17

"Strategies for Reconstructing Careers of Foreign Service Officers, 1869-1887," by Kenneth W. Heger, 74-81

Strout, Richard L., 96

Submarine attacks on merchant vessels, 247-248, 251-252, 253, 254

Sunday Observer (London), 259

Sunshine-Cypin, Fanny, 38-39

Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force (SHAEF), 11, 12

Surprise (clipper), 159-160, 161-167, 170, 171, 172, 175-176, 177

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Taft, William Howard, photo, 55

Tank Battalion, 712th, 8, 10, 11

Tank Destroyer Battalion, 773d, 10, 11

TASK FORCE HANSEN, 17

TASK FORCE WHITNEY, 16

Teaching With Documents, Volume 2, 84

Teipe, Emily J., "Will the Real Molly Pitcher Please Stand Up?," 119-126

Third Army, U.S., 7, 9-10, 12-13, 15, 16, 17

Thomas, Gen. George H., 269

Thoms, Albert, 9-10, 13, 15, 17, 19

Thomson, John, photo by, 169

Thorp, Capt. Eliphalet, 121

Thurston, Lorrin, 221

Tibbetts, Col. Paul, Jr., photo, 133

Tientsin, China, 284, 285, 286-287

Time magazine, exhibit about, 150

Tod, David, 78; photo, 76

Tomb of the Unknown, 228

Trans-Mississippi West, 1804-1912: A Guide to Federal Records for the Territorial Period, The, 221

Treasures of American Film Archives, 295

Treasures of Congress (catalog), 292

Treasury, secretary of the, 29

Treasury, U.S. Department of the, 17, 19, 115, 237, 248, 255

Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek, 236, 242

Tripartite Commission for the Restitution of Monetary Gold (TGC), 19

Truman, Harry S., 99, 113, 128; photos, 99, 135

Tugwell, Rexford, 175

Tumulty, Joseph, 95

Turner, Maj. Levi C., 181

Turner-Baker Papers, 180-181, 182, 185

Tzu Hsi, 284; photo, 286

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Union Army and African Americans, 267-271

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, 150, 202, 203; and Africa, 257, 258; and Germany, 59, 65; MIAs, 229

Unitarian Service Committee, 298

United Mine Workers, 101, 105-106

United States Army, private vessels turned over to in World War II, 252; and women, 113

U.S. Army Continental Commands, 1821-1920, Records of (RG 393), 147, 182

U.S. Bureau of Mines, 101-102, 104

U.S. Coast Guard, 113, 114, 248-255

United States Coast Guard, Records of the (RG 26), 254

United States Colored Troops, Forty-Fourth Regiment, 267-271

United States Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes (Dawes Commission), 231-244

U.S. Congress, 4, 23; exhibit about, 292; and Gold Star Mothers pilgrimages, 142-143; and immigration policies, 42, 45-48, 49; and Indian enrollments, 236, 237, 239, 240, 241, 242, 244; investigations by, 29; and presidential removal of federal employees, 74-75

U.S. Constitution, 156-157, 218

U.S. Continental army, 122, 124

U.S. District Courts, 186, 188, 241, 296

United States Geological Survey, 104-105

United States Government Manual for 1999/2000, 292-293

U.S. House of Representatives, 29, 30, 31-32; Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, 46-47, 48; Committee on Indian Affairs, 231-232; Select Committee on Assassinations, 5, 219

United States Information Agency, 68, 257-264; motion pictures, 112, 115-116

United States Information Service, Records of the (RG 306), 264

U.S. Marine Corps, Records of the (RG 127), 287-288

U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1893-1958, microfilm publication, 288

"U.S. Marines in the Boxer Rebellion," by Trevor K. Plante, 284-289

U.S. Maritime Commission, 248, 253

United States Naval Reserve, 248

U.S. Navy, 179-180, 181, 184-185, 186, 188, 191, 194; and Pacific Coast Hooligans, 247-255; Potomac Flotilla, 193, 195, 197; U.S. Coast Guard as part of, 248

U.S. Senate, 32, 220; Select Committee on POW/MIA Affairs, 228

U.S. Signal Corps, 113

U.S. Supreme Court, 23, 31, 233, 241

Universal Newsreel Library, 111

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Valley City, USS, 194

Van Ee, Daun, 298

VanDyke, Nicholas, 32

Veick, Werner, 8, 9, 10-11, 12, 13

Velero II (ship), 254

Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), 149

Vidor, King, 252

Vietnam war, 202; casualty lists, 295-296; photos from, 207; POW/MIAs, 228-229

Virginia, 191-199

Volador (yacht), 252; photo, 249

Volunteer sailors, 248-249

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Walch, Timothy, 149

Waller, Maj. Littleton W. T. 285

War, Records of the Office of the Secretary of, 216

War, secretary of, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 33

War crimes trials, World War II, 17, 19

War Department, 23-33, 181, 212, 214-215, 288-289; and Civil War pensions, 271; and Gold Star Mothers, 140, 143, 144-145

War Department Collection of Confederate Records, 181, 183, 184

War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records (RG 93), 33

War Department library, 23, 26, 27, 29, 32-33

"War in Memory, Popular Culture, and Folklore" (conference), 221

War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Navies, The, 180, 188

"War Office Fire of 1800, The," by Elaine C. Everly and Howard H. Wehmann, 23-35

War Shipping Administration, 248, 250-251, 253

Ward, George A., 243

Ward, William, 236

Warner, Jack L., 252

Warren, Mercy Otis, 119, 124

Warren Commission, 4

Washington, George, 122, 123-124; portrait, 120

Washington, D.C., 191, 199

Washington Mounted Artillery, 192, 195

Watergate scandal, 203, 299

Webb, British Lt. Col. Geoffrey, 13-14

Webster, Gen. Joseph Dana, 269

Wehmann, Howard H., "The War Office Fire of 1800," 23-25

Wehrkamp, Tim, An Introduction to National Archives Records Relating to the Cold War, 84

Weismann, Mrs. Alfred, 171, 177

Welles, Gideon, 182, 186, 193, 195, 198

Welles, Sumner, 175

Westerners International, Potomac Corral, 221

White House Central Files, 150

White House Millennium Council, 218

White House press office, 95-96

Whiting, W.H.C., 193, 194, 197, 199; portrait, 192

"Why We Fight" (film series), 295

Wigfall, Col. Louis, T., 194, 195, 196

Wilkinson, Gen. James, 27

"Will the Real Molly Pitcher Please Stand Up?," by Emily J. Teipe, 119-126

Williams, Camilla, 262

Williams, Mrs. Dwight, 173, 174

Wilmington, N.C., 179-180, 181, 182-183

Wilson, Woodrow, 95; photo, 56

Winter, John F., 75-76, 80, 81

Wintershal AG, 7

Winthrop, Hannah, 124

Wolcott, Oliver, 27, 28, 29, 30; portrait, 28

Wolf, Christa, 61

Women, in the American Revolutionary War, 119-126; changing roles of, 111-116; Gold Star Mothers pilgrimages, 140-145, 210-215; and immigration policy, 37-49; in the military, 112-114, 119-126; motion pictures about, 111-116; in reunified Germany, 63-64; and World War II, 112-113

Women's Army Corps, 113

Women's Bureau, motion pictures from the, 112

Women's movement, 203

"World War I Gold Star Mothers Pilgrimages," by Constance Potter, Part I, 140-145; Part II, 210-215

World War II, assets stolen by Nazis, 147; films, 295; Pacific Coast Hooligans, 247-255; records relating to, 216, 254-255; women and, 112-113

World War II Letters of American Women Project, 298

World Wide Web postings, 85-86, 216, 218, 219

Wright, Maj. Gen. William M., photo, 57

Wyman, R. H., 195, 197

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Young, Mrs. Whitney, photo, 263

Yukon gold rush, 216

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