Prologue Magazine

Index to Prologue, Volume 36: 2004



All references to the Special Issue have page numbers preceded by S-.

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ABC Radio News, 3-21

Abraham Lincoln Institute, 2-78

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, S-53

Access to Archival Databases, 1-5, 2-76, 3-65

Adams, Ansel, photo by, 4-45

Adams, John Quincy, S-9, S-22, S-23

Adams County, Mississippi, 4-22, 4-23

Administrative Procedure Act, 3-49

Advertisers, 4-18–19, 4-34–35

Afghanistan, 2-78

African Americans, baseball players, 2-20-29; and the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 2-12, 2-13, 2-15; and the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1-59; and school segregation, 1-12–22; and television, 3-22–29

Ainsworth, Fred C., 2-7–8

Alaska, 4-10

"All That Jazz: America in the 1920s" (exhibit), 1-67

"Alleged Wife: One Immigrant in the Chinese Exclusion Era, An" by Robert Barde, 1-24–35

Allston, Robert F. W., 4-25

Alsobrook, David E., 3-34, 3-35; photo, 3-35

Alvin C. York Medical Center, TN, photo, 2-53

American Historical Association, 3-31

American Indians, 3-38–47

"American Originals" (exhibit), 1-67

"American Presidency: Photographic Treasures of the National Archives, The" (exhibit), 4-67, S-54

American Revolution, 2-60–61, S-24–25

Anderson, Annelise, 3-60–61

Anderson, Martin, 3-60–61

Angel Island Immigration Station, 1-25, 1-26–35; photos, 1-27, 1-32–33

Anthony, Susan B., 2-64, S-28; photos, 2-64, S-28

Appel, Helen, photo, 3-71

Appel, Robert, photo, 3-71

Arbelbide, C. L., "By George, IT IS Washington's Birthday," 4-31–37

Archetal, S-62

Architecture, and Franklin D. Roosevelt, 2-48–55; of federal buildings, 2-52–55

Archival Research Catalog, 1-5, S-55, S-57

"Archivist Announces Results of The People's Vote," 1-52–55

Archivist of the United States, 2-56, 2-58–59

Archivists Roundtable of Metropolitan New York, 3-32

Arizona, 3-38–39, 3-43–47

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, 4-36

Arnold & Porter, 3-25–26, 3-27

Articles of Confederation, 2-61–62, S-25–26

Assimilation, 3-38–47

Atkins, Ollie, 4-39; photo by, 4-38

Atlantic Company of America, Inc., S-32

Audiovisual records, 3-16–21, S-52–53

Ayres, William, 4-32

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Bachman, Nathan L., 2-51

"Back Home," mural by Tom Lea, illus., 1-51

Baker, Delphine, 1-56–57

BAND, Inc., S-33

Bank of the United States, 4-51

Banzhaf, John, 3-29

Barde, Robert, "An Alleged Wife: One Immigrant in the Chinese Exclusion Era," 1-24–35; photo, 1-35

Barkley, Alben, 2-56

Baseball, 2-20–29

Bates County, MO, 1-47–48, 1-50

Battle, Diedra, photo, 3-48

Bay Foundation, S-32

Beard, Fred, 3-24, 3-26, 3-27; photo, 3-24

Begin, Menachem, photo, 4-61

"Behind the Scenes with NARA's Exhibits Staff," 4-46–49

Benedetto, Richard, 4-36

Bennett, James V., 2-29

Berlin Wall, 2-64–65, S-28-29

Bermuda Triangle disappearances, 2-79–80

Beschloss, Michael, 2-82; photo, 2-82

"Betrayal Foils a German 'Invasion' of America," by James Worsham, 4-56–57

Bill of Rights, 1-55, 2-60–61, 2-63, S-6, S-7, S-8, S-9–10, S-12, S-13, S-19, S-21, S-24, S-27

Bingham, George Caleb, 1-50-51; painting by, 1-44–45

Binns, John, S-22, S-23

Black Family Research: Using the Records of Post-Civil War Federal Agencies at the National Archives, comp. by Reginald Washington, 3-67

Blackwood, Duke, photo, 3-37

Blanton, DeAnne, interview with, 1-62–63; and Lauren M. Cook, They Fought Like Demons: Women Soldiers in the American Civil War, 1-62–63; photo, 1-62

Blondo, Richard, "Historic Murals Conservation," S-30–33; photo, S-33

Bloom, Sol, 2-58

Bohanan, Robert, 4-61

Bohl, Sarah, "A War on Civilians: Order Number 11 and the Evacuation of Western Missouri," 1-44–51; photo, 1-51

Bonus Expeditionary Force, 2-36

"Booker T Four's Unlikely Journey from Prison Baseball to the Negro Leagues, The," by Timothy Rives and Robert Rives, 2-20–29

"Boy Who Would Be President: Harry Truman at School, 1892–1901, A," by Raymond H. Geselbracht, 3-6–14

Boys' Clubs of America, 2-37

Brandon, Gerald, 4-22, 4-27

Brayton, Benjamin R., 2-45

Bredhoff, Stacey, 4-48, 4-49; "Meriwether Lewis's Shopping Trip to Philadelphia, May 1803," 1-36–39; "'A New World Is at Hand': Rotunda Exhibit Chronicles Freedom's Journey," 2-60–65, S-24–29; photos, 1-39, 4-48

Breitman, Richard, et al., U.S. Intelligence and the Nazis, 2-79

"Bridging the Mississippi: The Railroads and Steamboats Clash at the Rock Island Bridge," by David A. Pfeiffer, 2-40–47

Britton, Wiley, 1-50

Brown, Clarence, 2-15–16

Brown, Gen. Egbert, 1-50

Brown, James, 2-28-29

Brown, Linda, 1-14, 1-21; photo, 1-18

Brown, Matilda, 3-10, 3-11, 3-12, 3-13, 3-14

"Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka: A Landmark Case Unresolved Fifty Years Later," by Jean Van Delinder, 1-12–22, 2-76, 2-79

Buck, Solon, S-11

Bulova, Arde, 2-49

Bundy, McGeorge, 2-78

Bureau of Engraving and Printing, S-23

Bureau of Indian Affairs, 3-41, 3-43, 3-44, 3-46, 4-62

Burger, Peter, 4-56

Burger, Warren, 3-22, 3-25, 3-27; photo, 3-26

Burke, Charles H., 3-43

Burns, Ken, 2-83, 3-21, 3-70–71; photo, 3-71

Bush, George W., 3-49, S-6

Bustard, Bruce, 4-47, 4-49; photo, 4-47

Butler, Maj. Gen. Benjamin F., 4-28, 4-29

"By George, IT IS Washington's Birthday," by C. L. Arbelbide, 4-31–37

Byrd, Harry, 2-16–17

Byrns, Joseph W., 2-49; photo, 2-49

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C-SPAN, 3-21

California, 4-35

Camp David Accords, 4-61

"Campaign!" (exhibit), 2-77

Carlin, John W., 1-52, 1-55, 1-66, 2-76, 2-77, 3-70, 3-71, 4-61, 4-66; "The ERA: An Archives of the Future and for the Future," 1-4–5; "NARA Marks Twentieth Anniversary of Independence Legislation," 3-4–5; photos, 1-53, 2-76; "Providing Customer Service of the Highest Order," 2-4–5; "The Public Vaults: An Exciting Journey through American Records," 4-4–5

"Carlos Montezuma's Heroic Journey—and His Return to the Yavapai," by Leon Speroff, 3-38–47

Caro, Robert, 2-11–12

Carter, Jimmy, 4-61; The Hornet's Nest, 2-72–73; interview with, 2-72–73; photo, 4-61

Carter, Rosalynn, 4-61

Carter, Brig. Gen. Samuel Powhaten, 2-9

Cass County, MO, 1-46, 1-47, 1-50

Castro, Fidel, 1-7–8

Catron, John, 2-46

CBS news programs, 3-21

Celler, Emanuel, 2-13–14; photo, 2-11, 2-12

Cemeteries, 1-56, 1-59–60

Census, director of the, 4-51, 4-52, 4-54

Census records, 2-67, 2-69

"Changing Channels: The Civil Rights Case That Transformed Television," by Kay Mills, 3-22–29

"Changing Landscapes" (exhibit), S-45

Chaplin, Charles, 3-20

Charters Monitoring System, S-17–18

Charters of Freedom, 2-60–61, 2-63, 2-76, S-6–23, S-24–29

Chernow, Ron, 3-30

Cherokee Nation, 4-62

Cherokee Neutral Lands, 4-62

Chew Hoy Quong, 1-25, 1-26–35; photo, 1-26

Chew v. White, Immigration Com'r, 1-32, 1-34

Chicago, Illinois, 4-60

Chicago American Giants, 2-26–27, 2-28–29

Chicago and Rock Island Railroad, 2-40–47

Chicago Civil War Symposium and Re-Enactment, 3-66, 4-29

Chicago Defender, 2-27–28, 2-29

Chicago Historical Society, 3-66

"Chicken Fat Song," by Meredith Willson, 4-19

Children, exhibits designed for, S-40–41

Chinese Exclusion Act, 1-25–35, 4-60

Chinese immigrants, 1-25–35, 4-60

Christian Science Monitor, 2-32

Churchill, Winston, photo, 4-40

Citing Records in the National Archives of the United States, 3-67

Citizenship, proof of, 3-54–59

Civic Communications, Inc., 3-28

Civil Rights, Office of, 1-21

Civil Rights Act, 1-53–54

Civil Rights Act of 1957, 2-11–12

Civil Rights Act of 1960, 2-13

Civil Rights Act of 1964, 2-10–19, 4-44

Civil Service Commission, 4-51

Civil War, 4-9, 4-10, S-27–28; and Cold Mountain, 2-6–9; and Missouri, 1-44–51; and the Natchez planters, 4-23–29; and Order Number 11, 1-44–51; pension files, 2-68–69; records in the National Archives, 2-8–9, 2-63–64, 2-67, 2-68–70; symposium and re-enactment, 3-66; women soldiers in the, 1-62–63

Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System, 2-69

Claire, Dannie, 2-21–22; photo, 2-21

Clapp, V. W., photo, 3-31

Clark, William, 1-38–39

Clash: U.S. Japanese Relations Throughout History, The, by Walter La Feber, 1-72

Clinton, Hillary Rodham, 3-34

Clinton, William J., 3-34–35, 4-36; photo, 3-34

"Clinton Presidential Library to Open in November," 3-34–35

Code of Federal Regulations, 3-49

"Cold Mountain's Inman: Fact Versus Fiction," by Richard W. Peuser and Trevor K. Plante, 2-6–9

Collier, Rebecca L., comp., National Archives Records Relating to the Korean War, 3-67

Colot, Thora, 2-83, 3-71

Columbus Day, 4-33

Communications Improvement, Inc., 3-27

Communications law, 3-22–29

Compiled military service records, 1-59, 2-8–9, 2-68, 2-69, 2-70

Compromise of 1850, 4-23, 4-25

Comptroller of the currency, 4-51

Concentration camps, 4-62–63

Confederate army, volunteers, 2-6–9

"Congressional Decisions" (exhibit), S-51

Congressional Record, 4-32

Connor, Jane E. B. Gustine, 4-27

Connor, R.D.W., 2-56, S-11; photo, S-10

Constitution of the United States, 1-55, S-6–7, S-8, S-9, S-10–13, S-19, S-20, S-21, S-24, S-25–27, S-28, S-29

"Constitution of the United States, The," mural by Barry Faulkner, illus., S-30-31

Constitutional amendments, 3-51

Constitutional Convention, 2-62-63, S-26-27

Continental Congress, 2-61–62, S-25–26

Cook, Lauren M., photo, 1-62; They Fought Like Demons: Women Soldiers in the American Civil War, 1-62–63

Coolidge, Calvin, 2-33, 2-35

Cotton, 4-27-28

Cotton gin, 3-72

Council of State Historical Records Coordinators, 3-30

Cox, Kenneth, 3-26–27

Cox, Warren, 3-17, S-53

Creating a National Home, by Patrick J. Kelly, 1-59

"Creating the National Archives," by Rodney A. Ross, 2-56–59

Cret, Paul Philippe, 2-54

Cumming, Hugh S., Jr., 2-48

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D-day exhibit, 3-18

D-day messages, 2-84

Dachau concentration camp, 4-62–63

Daniels, Jonathan, 3-6

Darling, Jay "Ding", cartoon by, 2-33

Dasch, Walter, 4-56, photo, 4-57

Davenport, IA, 2-40, 2-43

Davis, Jefferson, 2-41, 2-43–44, 2-47, 4-9; photo, 2-40

"Dear Uncle Sam" (exhibit), 2-82

Declaration of Independence, 1-55, 2-60–61, 2-62, 2-64, 2-76, 4-7, S-6, S-7, S-8–9, S-10–13, S-19, S-20, S-21, S-22–23, S-24, S-25, S-26, S-28

"Declaration of Independence, The," mural by Barry Faulkner, illus., S-30-31

Declassified records, 2-79

Deeben, John P., "The Official Register of the United States, 1816–1959," 4-50–55

Democratic National Convention, 1960, 2-77

Democratic Party, and the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 2-11, 2-12-13, 2-14, 2-15–16, 2-17–19

Desegregation, 2-10–19, 3-22–29

Devine, Michael, 1-66

Dictaphone recording, 4-60

"Digital Challenge" (exhibit), S-47

Digital Classroom, S-55, S-57, S-58

Dilday, William, 3-27; photo, 3-26

Dirck, Brian R., 2-78

Dirksen, Everett, 2-15, 2-17–18; photos, 2-11, 2-15

Disney, Walt, 3-20

District of Columbia, 4-51, 4-53

Dixie National, 3-28

Dobbs, Michael, Saboteurs: The Nazi Raid on America, 4-56–57

Documentary editing, 3-33

Documentary films, S-52–53

"Documenting Democracy at State and Local Levels," by Keith Donohue, 3-30–33

Dodds, H. W., photo, 3-31

Donohue, Keith, "Documenting Democracy at State and Local Levels," 3-30–33

Dorsey, Steven Wallace, 4-32; photo, 4-32

Duffy, Maura, photo, S-31

Dulles, John Foster, photo, 1-43

Duncan, Stephen, 4-22, 4-23–25, 4-28, 4-29

Dunne, Mamie, 3-8–9

Durante, Jimmy, photo, 3-21

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Early, Steve, 2-54

Eastland, James O., 3-28

Edison, Thomas, 3-20

Educational resources, S-56–58

Effie Afton (ship), 2-44–45

Eidenberg, Gene, 3-70

Eisenhower, Dwight D., 2-38; D-day messages, 2-84; letters from children, 1-9; photos, 1-43, 4-13; and President's Council on Youth Fitness, 4-13–15, 4-16, 4-18

Electoral College, 3-48–49, 3-51, 3-53, 4-7, 4-9

Electronic records, 3-49, 3-51

Electronic Records Archives (ERA), 1-4–5, 1-66, 2-76, 3-65–66, 4-60–61

Electronic Records Management Initiative, 1-5

Elrod, J. C., 2-53

Elrod, Todd, 2-53

Emancipation Proclamation, 1-54, 2-82, 4-10

Enlistment records, World War II, 3-65

Equal educational opportunity, 1-13–22

Equal employment opportunity, 3-22, 3-27, 3-29

"ERA: An Archives of the Future and for the Future," by John W. Carlin, 1-4–5

Evans, Luther, S-12–13

Evans, Max J., 3-30, 3-33

"Ever-Changing Experience, The," by Mary C. Ryan, S-52–55

Evers, Charles, 3-26, 3-28

Evers, Medgar, 3-22–23, 3-26; photo, 3-23

Ewin, Mira, 3-7–8, 3-14; photo, 3-7

Ewing, Brig. Gen. Thomas, Jr., 1-46–47, 1-49–51; photo, 1-48

Exhibits, 1-66, 1-67, 1-70, 2-60–65, 2-76, 2-77, 3-16–21, 3-34–35, 4-4–5, 4-46–49, 4-60, 4-61, S-30–51

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Fairness Doctrine, 3-22–29

Farm Security Administration, exhibit of photographs by, 3-64–65

Farmer, James, photo, 2-12

Faulkner, Barry, S-7, S-10–11, S-30-33; murals by, illus., S-30–31, S-32–33

"FDR as Architect: Invoking the Image of Old Hickory," by Bernice L. Thomas, 2-48–55

"FDR's Global View," 4-80

Federal Bureau of Investigation, 4-56–57

Federal Communications Commission, 3-70; and the Fairness Doctrine, 3-22–29

Federal government employees, 4-50–55

Federal holidays, 4-31–37

Federal Records Pertaining to Brown v. Board of Education, Topeka, KS, 2-79

Federal Register, 3-49, 3-51

Fellowships, 3-33

Field, Stephen Johnson, 2-47

"First Families Growing Up" (exhibit), S-41

Fisher, Allen, "LBJ Champions the Civil Rights Act of 1964," 2-10–19

Fleet, Joe, 2-27, 2-28–29; photos, 2-28

Fletcher, L. J., 2-24

"Flip Side of History, The," by Lee Ann Potter, 4-6–10

Fog of War, The, S-53

Ford, Gerald R., letters from children, 1-10

Ford, Henry, 2-33

Ford Film Collection, 3-19, 3-20

Fort Armstrong, IL, 2-43

Fort McDowell Reservation, AZ, 3-38–39, 3-43–47

Foster, Andrew "Rube", 2-25, 2-26-28

Foundation for the National Archives, 1-70–71, 2-78, 2-82–83, 3-17, 3-70–71, 4-4, 4-5, 4-66–67, S-34, S-53, S-60–61

Founding Mothers: The Women Who Raised Our Nation, by Cokie Roberts, 2-82

Fourteenth Amendment, 1-14, 1-16

Fox-Movietone News, 3-21

France, and the Revolutionary War, 2-72–73

Franklin, Benjamin, S-41

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, 4-80; exhibits, 3-64–65

Frazier, Charles, 2-6–9

Freedom History Project, 3-30

Freedom Train, S-10

Fried, Ellen, "From Pearl Harbor to Elvis: Images That Endure," 4-39–45; "Just Between You and Me: Children's Letters to the Presidents," 1-6–11; "More Than Paper," S-44–47; "Present at the Past," S-48–51; "Reagan's Lifetime of Letters Paints a Vivid Portrait," 3-60–61; "The Revolution in the South: President Carter's New Novel Brings History to Life," 2-72–73; "Something for Everyone," S-40–43; "Women Soldiers in the Civil War," 1-62–63

"From Pearl Harbor to Elvis: Images that Endure," by Ellen Fried, 4-39–45

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Galena, Dubuque, Dunleith, and Minnesota Packet Co. v. The Rock Island Bridge, The, 2-46–47

Geller, Henry, 3-24–25

Genealogical research, 1-56–61, 1-68–69, 2-4–5, 2-66–71, 3-54–59, 3-64, 3-65–66, 3-67, 3-68, 4-50–55, 4-62, S-36-39

General Mills, 4-18

General Services Administration, 3-4–5

Gentile, Carlo, 3-39, 3-47; photo, 3-39

Georgia Institute of Technology, 1-5

Gerald R. Ford Library and Museum, exhibits, 1-67

German Americans, 4-56

Germany, 4-56–57, 4-62–63

Geselbracht, Raymond H., "A Boy Who Would Be President: Harry Truman at School, 1892–1901," 3-6–14; photo, 3-14

Gettysburg Address, 1-54

Gittinger, Ted, and Allen Fisher, "LBJ Champions the Civil Rights Act of 1964," 2-10–19

Glory, S-42

"Gold Mine of Naturalization Records in New England, A," by Walter V. Hickey, 3-54–59

Goodhue, Bertram, 2-54

Gore, Albert, 3-49

Government Printing Office, 1-5, 4-51

Graham, Hugh Davis, 2-19

Graham, Katharine, 2-15

Graham case, 1-16, 1-17–18

Grants, 3-30–33

Grayson, Rear Adm. Cary T., 2-50

Great Britain, 2-60; and the Revolutionary War, 2-72–73

Great Depression, 2-33–34, 2-36–37

Great Seal of the United States, S-41

Green, Theodore, S-12, S-13

Greene, Steve, 4-39

Greider, William, 3-27–28

Grier, Carolyn, photo, 2-4

Gross, Harold, 4-33, 4-36

Grover, Wayne, S-12–13

Guggenheim, Charles, 3-17, 3-21, S-53, S-60; photo, S-60

Guggenheim Center for Documentary Film, S-53

Gulf of Tonkin incident, 1-41-43

Gustafson, Milton, "Travels of the Charters of Freedom," S-8–13

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Habeas corpus writs, 1-30–31, 1-32–33

Hackerman, Willard, 2-83; photo, S-60

Hahn, Steven, 3-30

Hall, Walter, 3-28; photo, 3-27

Harding, Warren G., 3-43, S-10

Harris, William C., 2-78

Harris Corporation, 4-60–61

"Harry S. Truman: His Life and Times" (exhibit), 1-66

Harry S. Truman Library, 1-66, 3-7, 3-9–10

Hartland Township, MI, 2-66–71

Hayes, Rutherford B., 4-32

Hayford, William McCullar, 2-66–71

Hemingway, Ernest, papers at Kennedy Library, 1-67

Henry, Aaron, 3-24, 3-27–28; photo, 3-25

Hermitage, 2-48–55; images of 2-48–49, 2-51, 2-52

Hewes, Joseph, port., S-32

Hibbit, Karen, 4-48, 4-49; photo, 4-46

Hickey, Walter V., "A Gold Mine of Naturalization Records in New England," 3-54–59

Hines, Ruddy, 3-61

"Historic Murals Conservation," by Richard Blondo, S-30–33

Historical Registers of National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866–1938, microfilm publication, 1-60–61

History of Livingston County, Michigan, 2-69

Hitler, Adolph, 4-56

Holm, Dion, 1-30, 1-31, 1-32–33, 1-34

Hoover, Herbert, 2-30–38; cartoon of, 2-33; and creation of the National Archives, 2-56, S-10, S-11; photos, 2-30, 2-31, 2-32, 2-35, 2-37, 2-38, 2-58

Hoover, Lou Henry, photo, 2-37

Hoover Commission, 3-4

Hoover Institution, 2-37

Hornet's Nest, The, by Jimmy Carter, 2-72–73

"How will Hoover go Down in History?" (cartoon by Jay "Ding" Darling), 2-33

Huge, Harry, 3-27

Hughes, Charles Evans, S-10

Hull, Mrs. Cordell, 2-48

Humphrey, Hubert H., 2-12–13, 2-17–18; photos, 2-11, 2-12

Humphreys, George Wilson, 4-27

Hurd, Capt. John, 2-45, 2-46

Hurd v. Railroad Bridge Company, 2-45, 2-46

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"I Want You" (exhibit), S-45

Illinois, 2-42, 3-56

Immigrants, 1-25–35, 1-68–69

Immigration and Naturalization Service, 3-55–56, 3-57, 4-60

Immigration Service, 1-25, 1-27–35

Index and Manifests of Alien Arrivals at Nogales, Arizona, 1905–1952, microfilm publication, 1-68–69

Index to New England Naturalization Petitions, 1791–1906, microfilm publication, 3-59

Indian Bureau, 3-38, 3-41

Indian lands, 4-62

Indian Service, 3-39–40

Information Technology Laboratory, 1-5

Inman, William P., 2-6–9

Institute for Advanced Computer Studies, University of Maryland, 1-5

Interior, secretary of the, 4-51

Internal revenue tax assessment lists, 2-67

Internet, and the Digital Classroom, S-58; and the Jimmy Carter Library, 4-61; and the National Archives Experience, S-55; and the Official Register of the United States, 4-55; and photographs, 4-40; and Washington's birthday, 4-35–36, 4-37

Interstate commerce, 2-40–47

Iowa, 2-42

Iwo Jima, 4-41–42; photo, 4-42

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Jackson, Andrew, 2-48–55; portraits, 2-49, 2-51, 2-52

Jackson, Jesse, Jr., 1-52; photo, 1-53, S-55

Jackson, Michael, 4-49; photo, 4-46

Jackson, MS, 3-22–29

Jackson, Rachel, 2-51; port., 2-51

Jackson County, MO, 1-46, 1-47, 1-50

James, Chris, photo, 2-5

Jameson, J. Franklin, 2-56, 3-31, S-11; photo, 2-56

Japan, 1-72

Jefferson, Thomas, 1-13–14, 1-36, 1-38, 2-63, 4-9, S-27

Jet Propulsion Laboratory, S-17

Jimmy Carter Library, 2-73, 4-61

John F. Kennedy Library, 2-77–78; Ernest Hemingway Collection, 1-67; exhibit, 2-77

John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award, 2-78

John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, S-32

Johnson, Andrew, 4-37

Johnson, Jack, 2-25–26

Johnson, Lady Bird, photo, 3-27

Johnson, Luci Baines, photo, 1-66

Johnson, Lyndon B., 1-41, 1-42–43, 1-54, 4-19, 4-66–67; and the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 2-10–19; photos, 1-40, 2-10, 2-11, 2-12, 2-13, 2-16, 2-17, 2-18, 3-27, 4-67, S-54; White House telephone recordings, 2-11

Johnson, Nicholas, 3-26–27, 3-29

Johnson v. Whittier, 1-20

Johnston, James Cathcart, 4-25, 4-26, 4-27, 4-28

Jorgensen, Lt. Victor, photo by, 4-41

Joy, John Frederick, 4-62

Judd, Norman B., 2-45

"July 20, 1969" (exhibit), S-50

"Just Between You and Me: Children's Letters to Presidents," by Ellen Fried, 1-6–11

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Kansas, 1-12–22, 1-45–47, 1-49, 2-20–29, 4-62

Kansas City Call, 2-22, 2-26–27, 2-28

Kansas City Monarchs, 2-26

Kansas City Packers, 2-22

Kansas City Star, 2-22

Kansas Fifteenth Cavalry, 1-48–49

Kansas-Nebraska Act, 1-46

Kansas Ninth Regiment, 1-50

Katzenbach, Nicholas, 2-18

Keller, Helen, 3-32

Keller, Marie, 3-41, 3-45; photo, 3-45

Kelly, Patrick J., 1-59

Kennedy, John F., 2-77, 4-66–67; assassination of, 2-11, 2-15, 4-60, S-46; and the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 2-11, 2-13–14, 2-15; letters from children, 1-10; photos, 4-13, 4-14, 4-16, 4-18; and President's Council on Youth Fitness, 4-15–19; "The Soft American," 4-15

Kennedy, Robert, 1-8, 2-13, 4-16; photo, 2-11

Kerling, Edward, 4-56

King, Martin Luther, Jr., 2-14, 4-37; photos, 2-11, 2-12

Kissinger, Henry, 2-77–78, 3-64; photo, 3-64

Kotz, Mary Lynn, Rauschenberg/Art and Life, 2-82

Krier, Joseph R., S-60; photo, S-60

Kuykendall, Dan Heflin, 4-34, 4-37

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LaFeber, Walter, 1-72

Lamar Life Broadcasting, 3-24, 3-27

Lambert, William, S-9

Lane, James H., 1-46, 1-49

Lankford, Nelson D., 2-78

Lawrence, KS, 1-46–47, 1-49; illus., 1-49

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 4-60

Lawrence F. O'Brien Gallery, 4-66, 4-67, S-5, S-52, S-54–55

Lawrence (Kansas) Daily Journal-World, 3-43

Lawton, George R., 4-10

"LBJ Champions the Civil Rights Act of 1964," by Ted Gittinger and Allen Fisher, 2-10–19

Le Conte, Joseph, 4-20

Lea, Tom, 1-50; illus. of mural by, 1-51

Learning Center, 4-66, S-5, S-56–58

"Learning Center, The," by Mary C. Ryan, S-56–58

Leavenworth, KS, 2-20–29; Federal Penitentiary, S-64

Lee, Robert E., 2-41, 2-45, 4-9

Leebel, Dennis, photo, 2-5

Leff, Deborah, 1-67

"Let My People Go," speech by Carlos Montezuma, 3-44

Lewis, Henry, painting by, illus., 2-40

Lewis, Meriwether, 1-36, 1-38–39, 4-10; port., 1-37

Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1-36–39, 4-10

Library of Congress, S-10, S-11, S-12

Lincoln, Abraham, 1-49, 1-54, 2-41, 2-44, 2-45–46, 2-47, 2-63–64, 2-78, 2-82, 4-10, 4-25–26, 4-28, 4-29, 4-33, 4-34–35, 4-36; port., 2-41, 2-62, 4-35, S-26, S-27–28

List of Pensioners on the Roll, January 1, 1883, 2-69

Local archives, 3-30, 3-31–32

Lockheed Martin, 4-60–61

Lore, Ken, 3-70, 3-71; photo, 3-70

Lorentz, Pare, 3-20

Louisiana Purchase, 2-63, S-27

Louisiana Purchase Treaty, 1-54–55, 4-48–49

Louisiana Territory, 1-36, 4-10

Love, John, 2-46

Lowell, Howard, 2-77

Lyndon B. Johnson Library, exhibit, 4-60; oral history collection, 2-11

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MacArthur, Maj. Gen. Douglas, 2-36

MacCarthy, Shane, 4-13, 4-14, 4-15, 4-16, 4-18; photo, 4-14

Mackey, William, 2-21

MacLean, John, 2-43–44, 2-46

MacWha, Cliff, photo, 2-5

Maine, 3-54–59

Manifests of Alien Arrivals at San Ysidro (Tia Juana), California, April 21, 1908–December 1952, microfilm publication, 1-68–69

Mann, Robert, 2-16

Mansfield, Mike, 2-17, 2-18

March on Washington, 1963, 4-44; photo, 4-44

Markham, Dean, 4-16

Marshall, George C., 4-80; photo, 3-31

Marshall, Levin, 4-22, 4-25, 4-28, 4-29

Martin, Donald, photo, S-17

Massachusetts, 3-54–59

Masters of the Big House, by William K. Scarborough, 4-20

Matlack, Timothy, S-9

Maurer, Katherine, photo, 1-33

Mayer, Charles, 1-31–32, 1-33–34

McAlister, Hill, 2-49; photo, 2-49

McClaughry, R. W., 2-20, 2-21

McClory, Robert, 4-33, 4-34; photo, 4-33

McClurkin, Darlene, 4-46–47, 4-48; photo, 4-47

McCulloch, William Moore, 2-14, 4-33–34

McCullough, David, 3-30, 4-66, 4-67, S-53; photo, 4-67

McGowan, George, 1-29-30

McGowan, William George, 3-17, 3-19, 3-70, 4-67, S-53; photos, 3-19, S-52

McGowan and Worley, 1-29-30, 1-32–33

MCI Communications, Inc., 4-67

McKellar, Kenneth D., 2-53, 2-58; photo, 2-58

McMonigle, John L., S-64; photos, S-64

McNair, Hurley, 2-23–24

McNamara, Robert, 1-41, 1-42, 2-38; photo, 1-40

McPherson, James M., 2-78

Meehan, Charles, 1-29

Meese, Edwin, 3-5; photo, 3-4

Meet the Press, 2-18

Melton, Frank, 3-28

Memorial Day, 4-31, 4-33

Mercer, William Newton, 4-25, 4-28

Merchant of Venice, The, by William Shakespeare, 3-11–14

Meredith, James, 3-22, 3-23–24

"Meriwether Lewis's Shopping Trip to Philadelphia, May 1803," by Stacey Bredhoff, 1-36–39

Mexico, alien arrivals from, 1-68–69

Michigan, 2-66–71

Microfilm publications, 1-60–61, 1-69, 2-67–69, 2-79–80, 3-67–68, 4-62–64, airplane disappearances, 2-79–80; alien arrivals, 4-63, 4-64; alien seamen, 4-64; Arizona, 4-63; Arkansas, 4-64; Army discharges, 4-64; Austria, 1-69, 2-80; Bermuda Triangle disappearances, 2-79–80; Bureau of Indian Affairs, 4-62; Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, 1-69, 2-80, 4-64; central collecting points, 4-64; Cherokee Neutral Lands, 4-62; Chinese immigrants, 4-63–64; circuit courts, 4-64; Civil War, 2-69, 3-67–68; compiled military service records, 4-64; concentration camps, 4-62–63, 4-64; Dachau, 4-62–63; Danish West Indies, 4-64; district courts, 1-69, 2-80; draft cards, 2-80, 3-68, 4-64; enrollments for merchant vessels, 4-64; Flossenbürg, 4-64; Freedmen's Bureau, 1-69, 2-80, 4-64; Hawaii, 2-80, 4-64; internal revenue assessment lists, 2-67; Kentucky, 1-69; Korean War casualties, 4-64; Louisiana, 4-64; Marburg Central Collecting Point, 4-64; Mexican War, 4-64; military service records, 3-67–68; Minnesota, 2-80; Mississippi, 4-64; Missouri, 4-64; Montana, 4-64; National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1-60–61; naturalization petitions, 1-69; naval records, 3-67–68; Nazi concentration camps, 4-62–63; Nazi-looted art and archives, 2-80; New Hampshire, 3-68; nonpopulation censuses, 4-64; Offenbach Archival Depot, 4-64; Ohio, 1-69; pension files, 2-69, 3-67–68; postmasters, 2-67–68, 4-55; Selective Service System, 3-68; State Department, 4-64; Texas, 4-63; Union army, 2-69; U.S. Allied Commission for Austria, 1-69, 2-80; U.S. Colored Troops, 4-64; U.S. court of appeals, 4-64; veterans, 2-69, 4-64; volunteer soldiers, 4-64; World War II, 2-79, 2-80, 3-68, 4-64

Milestone documents, S-54–55

Military personnel, service records, 3-64; women, 1-62–63

Miller, Howard, 4-44; poster by, illus., 4-43

Miller, Phineas, 3-72

Mills, Kay, "Changing Channels: The Civil Rights Case That Transformed Television," 3-22–29

Mills, Wilbur, 2-14

Minor, William J., 4-22, 4-23, 4-25, 4-28–29; photo, 4-29

Mississippi, 3-22–29, 4-20–29

Mississippi and Missouri Railroad, 2-40–47

Mississippi and Missouri Railroad Company v. Ward, 2-46

Mississippi River, 2-40–47

Missouri, 1-44–51, 1-66

Missouri Republican, 1-47

Mitchell, J. Ridley, 2-53

Monday holidays, 4-31–37

Montezuma, Carlos, 3-38–47; photos, 3-38, 3-39, 3-40, 3-41, 3-45, 3-46

"More Than Paper," by Ellen Fried, S-44–47

Mortality schedules, 2-67, 2-69

Mosley, Raymond, 3-49; photo, 3-53

Mount Vernon, 2-54, 4-37

Moy, Gene, 4-60

Moyers, Bill, 2-19; photo, 2-18

Muegge, Paul, 2-78

Murfreesboro Veterans Hospital, Tennessee, 2-52–53, 2-54–55; photo, 2-52

Museum of American Political Life, University of Hartford, 1-67

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Nagasaki, Japan, 4-42, 4-44; photo of attacks on, 4-42

"NARA Across America" (exhibit), S-43, S-64

"NARA Conservators Meet the Challenge Every Day," by Mary Lynn Ritzenthaler, S-16

"NARA Marks Twentieth Anniversary of Independence Legislation," by John W. Carlin, 3-4–5

Nashville, TN, 2-48–49

Nastick, Tom, 4-48; photo, 4-48

Natchez District, MS, 4-20–29

National Academy of Sciences, S-22

National Advertising Council, 4-18–19

National Archives, creation of, 2-56–59

National Archives Advisory Committee on Preservation, 4-60

National Archives and Records Administration, Access to Archival Databases (AAD), 1-5, 2-78, 3-65–66; annual report, 1-68; audiovisual archives, 3-16–21; budget, 2-76; and census records, 2-4; Civil War records, 2-8–9; Document Conservation Laboratory, 4-48, S-16; electronic records, 1-4–5, 1-66, 2-76, 3-65–66, 4-60–61; events, 1-64–65, 2-74–75, 3-62–63, 4-58–59; exhibits, 1-41, 1-70, 2-60–65, 3-16–21, 4-4–5, 4-46–49, 4-60, S-30–51; finding aids, 3-67, 4-60; independence from General Services Administration, 3-4–5; Learning Center, 4-66, S-56–58; Modern Records Program, 2-77; news and notices, 1-66–67, 2-76–78, 3-64–66, 4-60–61; Nixon Presidential Materials Staff, 4-35–36, 4-39; Office of the Federal Register, 3-48–53; and The People's Vote, 1-52; photographs at, 4-39–45, S-45, S-54–55; publications, 1-68–69, 2-79–80, 3-67–68, 4-62–64; Research Center, 2-4–5; Still Pictures Branch, 4-40–45; Strategic Plan, 2-76; symposia, 2-78; Virtual Archives Laboratory, 1-5; web site, 1-5, 3-49, 3-51, 3-53, 3-65–66, 4-47, 4-60, S-5, S-55, S-58

National Archives and Records Administration Act of 1984, 3-4–5

National Archives Building, 1-70; construction of, 2-56, 2-58–59; and display of the Charters of Freedom, S-6–7, S-12–13; Fourth of July Celebration, 2-76; murals, S-30–33; renovation, 2-4–5, 3-17–18, S-5, S-6–7; shop, 1-71, 2-83, 3-71, S-5, S-62

National Archives Experience, 1-41, 1-70, 2-60–65, 2-82, 2-83, 3-16–21, 3-70–71, 4-4–5, 4-46–49, 4-66, 4-67, S-4–5, S-6–7, S-53, S-55, S-60

"National Archives Experience Highlights America's Film Treasures, The," 3-16–21

National Archives in the Nation's Capital: Information for Researchers, 3-67

National Archives Records Relating to the Korean War, comp. by Rebecca L. Collier, 3-67

National Archives Regional Archives System, Anchorage, AK, 2-76; Great Lakes Region, 3-66, 4-60; and Historical Registers of National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1-60–61; Northeast Region (Boston), 3-54–59; Pacific Region, 1-25; Southeast Region, 2-77

National Archives Trust Fund, 2-79

National Asylum for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1-57, 1-59

National Banner, 1-56

National Broadcasting Corporation (NBC), 3-22

National Center for Supercomputer Applications, University of Illinois, 1-5

National Council of Churches, 2-16

National Dairy Council, 4-18

National Endowment for the Arts, S-32

National Historical Publications and Records Commission, 2-76, 3-30–33

National Historical Publications Commission, 3-31

National History Day, 1-52, 2-76

"National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, The," by Trevor K. Plante, 1-56–61; illus. of, 1-56, 1-57, 1-58

National Institute of Standards and Technology, 1-5, S-17, S-21

National Intelligencer, 4-26

National Literary Association, 1-56

National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, MD, 2-54

National Park Service, 1-67, 4-45, S-32

National Personnel Records Center, 3-64, 3-65, 4-55

National Trust for Historic Preservation, 1-67

Naturalization records, 3-54–59

Navy Avenger torpedo bombers, Flight 19, 2-79–80

Nazi concentration camps, 4-62–63

Nazi sympathizers, 4-56

Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Records Interagency Working Group, 2-76, 2-79

Nazi War Crimes Disclosure Act, 2-79

Negro National League (baseball), 2-20–29

New Era (prison newspaper), 2-21–22, 2-23, 2-28

"New Era Begins for the Charters of Freedom, A," by Mary Lynn Ritzenthaler and Catherine Nicholson, S-14–23

"New Federal Agency Shapes Up, A," by Stephen Plotkin, 4-12–19

New Hampshire, 3-54–59

New Orleans, LA, 4-27–28

New World Is at Hand, A (book), 3-67

"New World Is at Hand, A" (exhibit), 2-60–65, 2-76, S-7

"New World Is at Hand, A": Rotunda Exhibit Chronicles Freedom's Journey," by Stacey Bredhoff, 2-60–65, S-24–29

New York, 3-56

New York State Archives, 3-32

New York Times, 2-33, 2-38, 2-49–50

Nichols, Bruce, 3-60, 3-61

Nicholson, Catherine, "A New Era Begins for the Charters of Freedom," S-14–23

Nineteenth Amendment, 1-54

Nixon, Richard M., 4-13, 4-35–36, 4-37; and Elvis Presley, 4-39, 4-41; letters from children, 1-8–9, 1-10; photos, 1-7, 3-64, 4-38; tapes released, 1-66–67; Watergate tapes, S-46

Nonpopulation census records, 2-67

North, S. N. Dexter, 4-52

North Carolina, 4-20, 4-26–27, 4-28

"Not Quite Southern: The Precarious Allegiance of the Natchez Nabobs in the Sectional Crisis," by William K. Scarborough, 4-20–29

Nutt, Haller, 4-27–28

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O'Brien, Lawrence, III, 4-66, S-60; photo, S-60

O'Brien, Lawrence F., 2-14, 4-66–67, S-54; photos, 4-67, S-54

Office of Personnel Management, 4-37

Official Military Personnel Files, 3-64

"Official Register of the United States, 1816–1959, The," by John P. Deeben, 4-50–55

Official Register of the United States, The, 2-68, 4-50–55

Old Settlers' History of Bates County, Missouri, 1-47–48

Oleomargarine Act, S-64

Olin, David, S-32; photo, S-33

Olin Conservation, Inc., S-32–33

O'Malley, John, 3-24

"Ordeal of Herbert Hoover, The," by Richard Norton Smith and Timothy Walch, 2-30–38

Order Number 11, 1-44–51

Order Number 11, painting by George Caleb Bingham, 1-51; illus., 1-44–45

Orfield, Gary, 2-18–19

Osage Indians, 4-62

Otovo, Amelia, photo, 3-51

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Palmer, Ardelia Hardin, 3-6

Paramount Newsreels, 3-21

Parker, Everett, 3-24; photo, 3-25

Patent Office, S-9

Patents, 3-72, S-40-41

"Peanuts" cartoon by Charles Schulz, 4-19; illus., 4-12

Pearl Harbor, photos of the attack on, 4-39, 4-41

Pension Office, 2-70

Pension records, 1-59–60, 2-68–69, 2-70

People's Vote: 100 Documents that Shaped America, The, 1-52–55

Perry, Commodore Matthew, 1-72

Pettigrew, William S., 4-25, 4-26, 4-27

Peuser, Richard W., and Trevor K. Plante, "Cold Mountain's Inman: Fact Versus Fiction," 2-6–9

Pfeiffer, David A., "Bridging the Mississippi: The Railroads and Steamboats Clash at the Rock Island Bridge," 2-40–47; comp., Records Relating to North American Railroads, 3-67

Philadelphia, PA, 1-36, 1-38, 1-39

Photographs at the National Archives, 4-39–45, S-45, S-54–55

Physical fitness, 4-12–19

Physicians, records pertaining to, 2-67–71

Pinkert, Marvin, 3-17, 4-46, 4-49; photos, 3-71, 4-46; "We're All Here," S-36–39

Plantation owners, 4-20–29

Plantations, illus., 4-20–21, 4-24, 4-26

Plante, Trevor K., "Cold Mountain's Inman: Fact Versus Fiction," 2-6–9; "The National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers," 1-56–61; photo, 1-61

Plotkin, Stephen, "A New Federal Agency Shapes Up," 4-12–19

Poff, Richard Harding, 4-34

Politics of Upheaval, The, by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., 2-50

Polshek firm, 3-34

Pope, John Russell, 3-17–18, S-10–11

Popular culture, exhibit of, 4-60

Post offices, 2-54, 2-55

Postage stamps, 2-52

Postal Service, 4-50, 4-53–54, 4-55

Postmaster appointments, 2-67–68, 4-51

Potter, Lee Ann, "The Flip Side of History," 4-6–10; photo, S-56

Powell, Colin, photo, 2-76

Prechtel-Kluskens, Claire, "Researching the Career of a Nineteenth-Century Physician," 2-66–71

"Present at the Past," by Ellen Fried, S-48–51

Presidential elections, 3-48–49, 3-51, 3-53

Presidential libraries, 2-79; exhibits, 1-66, 1-67, 2-77, 3-34–35, 3-64–65, 4-61, S-55; letters from children in, 1-6–11

Presidential Physical Fitness Award, illus., 4-19

Presidential Recordings and Materials Preservation Act, 1-66–67

"Presidents: Conflicts, Crisis, and Peace" (exhibit), 1-41-43, S-45, S-51

President's Council on Youth Fitness, 4-13–19; posters for, illus., 4-12, 4-17

Presidents' Day, 4-33–37

Presley, Elvis, 1-9, 1-10, 4-39, 4-41; photos, 1-11, 4-38

Preston, Robert, 4-19

Primarily Teaching, S-58

Printing Commission of Congress, 4-52

Prisons, 2-2–29

Privacy Act Issuances, 3-51

Proclamation by the King for Suppressing Rebellion, 2-61

Profile in Courage Awards, 2-78

"Providing Customer Service of the Highest Order," by John W. Carlin, 2-4–5

Public Papers of the President, 3-51

Public Vaults (exhibit), 1-41–43, 2-82, 3-17–21, 3-71, 4-4–5, 4-46–49, S-5, S-34–51

"Public Vaults: An Exciting Journey through American Records, The," by John W. Carlin, 4-4–5

Putnam, Herbert, S-10, S-11

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Quantrill, William, 1-46, 1-48, 1-49, 1-50; photo, 1-46

Quitman, John A., 4-23, 4-27; photo, 4-22

Quok Shee, 1-25, 1-26–35; photos, 1-24, 1-28, 1-31

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Raab, Wilhelm, 4-14, 4-15

Racial discrimination, 1-12–22, 2-10–19, 3-22–29

Racial relations in prison, 2-20–29

Railroad Bridge Company, 2-42–47

Railroads, 2-40–47

Ralph Appelbaum and Associates, 3-34

Randolph, A. Phillip, 2-14

Rauschenberg, Robert, 2-82

Rauschenberg/Art and Life, by Mary Lynn Kotz, 2-82

Reagan, Nancy, 3-60, 3-61; photos, 3-36, 3-37

Reagan, Ronald, 3-4, 3-5, 3-20, 3-29, 3-34–35; and the Berlin Wall, 2-64–65, S-28-29; letters, 3-60–61; letters from children, 1-10–11; photos, 2-65, 3-19, 3-37, 3-60, 3-61, S-54

Reagan: A Life in Letters, ed. by Kiron K. Skinner, Annelise Anderson, and Martin Anderson, 3-60–61

"Reagan's Lifetime of Letters Paints a Vivid Portrait," by Ellen Fried, 3-60–61

Record of America, 4-5, S-44

Records conservation, S-6, S-14–23

Records management, 2-77, 3-30–33, 3-57

"Records Matter," S-34–35

Records of Achievement Award, 4-66, 4-67; illus., 4-67

Records of the Commissary General of Prisoners, Record Group 249, 2-9

Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, Record Group 85, 3-57

Records of the Office of the Quartermaster General, Record Group 92, 1-59–60

Records of the Veterans Administration, Record Group 15, 1-60

Records preservation, 3-30–33, 3-34

Records Relating to North American Railroads, comp. by David Pfeiffer, 3-67

"Records Tell the Stories of America," S-4

Reedy, George, 2-13

"Reel D-Day, The" (exhibit), 3-18, 3-19, S-46

Refugees, Civil War, 1-47, 1-49–51

Register of Officers and Agents, Civil, Military, and Naval, in the Service of the United States, 2-68

"Reports from the Front" (exhibit), S-49

Republican Party, and the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 2-15–16, 2-17, 2-19

"Researching the Career of a Nineteenth-Century Physician," by Claire Prechtel-Kluskens, 2-66–71

"Revolution in the South: President Carter's New Novel Brings History to Life, The," by Ellen Fried, 2-72–73

Revolutionary War in the South, 2-72–73

Reynolds, William, 1-16–17

Reynolds case, 1-16–17

Rhoads, William, 2-48

Rhode Island, 3-54–59

Rice, Martin, 1-47, 1-48, 1-50

Richard M. Nixon Library, 4-35–36

Ride, Sally, photo, 3-18

Ritzenthaler, Mary Lynn, and Catherine Nicholson, "A New Era Begins for the Charters of Freedom," S-14–23

River navigation, 2-40–47

Rives, Timothy, and Robert Rives, "The Booker T Four's Unlikely Journey from Prison Baseball to the Negro Leagues," 2-20–29

Roach, Benjamin, Jr., 4-22, 4-28

Roach, William H., 2-51

Robb, Lynda Johnson, photo, 1-66

Roberts, Cokie, 1-52, 2-82; photos, 1-53, 2-83

Roberts, William R., 2-83

Rock Island Bridge, 2-40–47

Rogers, Will, 2-35

Roosevelt, Eleanor, 2-54; photos, 2-48, 2-49, 2-50

Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1-13, 1-41, 3-4, 4-51, 4-57, 4-80; architectural interests, 2-48–55; and creation of the National Archives, 2-56, 2-58, 2-59, S-11; and Herbert Hoover, 2-32, 2-36–37; letters from children, 1-7–8; photos, 2-37, 2-48, 2-49, 2-50, 2-51, 2-53, 4-40, 4-80

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1-41, 4-16, 4-18; photo, 1-41

Rosenfeld, Patti, photo, 3-71

Rosenfeld, Ronnie, photo, 3-71

Rosenthal, Jack, photo by, 4-42

"Rosie the Riveter," illus., 4-43

Ross, Charles G., 3-9–13; photo, 3-10

Ross, Rodney A., "Creating the National Archives," 2-56–59

"Rotunda: Heart of the Experience, The," S-6-7

Rowan, Carl T., 1-15–16

Rubenstein, Michael, photo, 3-26

Rural Rhymes and Poems from the Farm, by Martin Rice, 1-48

Rush, Benjamin, 1-38–39

Rush, Richard, S-9, S-22

Ruskin, Ray, 4-49; photo, 4-49

Russell, Richard, 2-16, 2-18

Russia, 4-10

Rutherford (Tennessee) Courier, 2-53

Rutledge, Edward, port., S-32

Ryan, Mary C., "The Ever-Changing Experience," S-52–55; "The Learning Center," S-56–58

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Saboteurs: The Nazi Raid on America, by Michael Dobbs, 4-56–57

Sadat, Anwar, photo, 4-61

Saddler, Walter, 3-27

St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 3-11

St. Paul, MN, 4-60

Salinger, Pierre, 4-16

Salzberg, Deborah Ratner, 2-83

Samar, Sima, 2-78

San Diego Supercomputer Center, University of California at San Diego, 1-5

San Francisco, CA, 1-26, 1-27

Sandoval, Will, 4-47; photo, 4-46; "Sounds of Crisis," 1-40–43

Save America's Treasures, 1-67, S-32

Sawyer, Carl E., 3-43

Scarborough, William K., "Not Quite Southern: The Precarious Allegiance of the Natchez Nabobs in the Sectional Crisis," 4-20–29

Schlesinger, Arthur, Jr., 2-50

Schofield, Gen. John M., 1-48–49, 1-50

Schools, holidays, 4-35; segregation in, 1-13–22

Schulz, Charles, 4-19; cartoon by, illus., 4-12

Scott, Charles, 1-16; photo, 1-17

Scott, William Lloyd, 4-34

Scott, Winfield, 2-52; port., 2-52

Segregation, 1-12–22

Seward, William H., 4-23

Shahn, Ben, photograph by, 3-65

Shallus, Jacob, S-9

Sharp, Byron, 3-38

Shenkler, Marvin, photo, S-33

Sherman, Gen. William T., 1-49

Ships and vessels, U.S. Navy, 4-50, 4-53

Shoup, Gen. David M., 4-16

Shultz, George, 3-60, 3-61

Siddali, Silvana R., 2-78

"Signs of the Times: Life in the Swingin' Sixties" (exhibit), 4-60

Skinner, Kiron, interview with, 3-60–61; photo, 3-60; et al., Reagan: A Life in Letters, 3-60–61

Slaveholders, 4-20-29

Slavery, 2-62, 2-63–64, S-26, S-27-28

"Slippery Criminals," S-64

Smith, Alfred E., 2-31–32

Smith, Chris Rudy, 4-46, 4-48, 4-49; photo, 4-46

Smith, Howard W., 2-14, 2-15-16, 2-18; photo, 2-16

Smith, R.L.T., 3-24; photo, 3-25

Smith, Richard Norton, and Timothy Walch, "The Ordeal of Herbert Hoover," 2-30–38

Snider, Richard, 4-16

Social Security Act, 1-53

Society of American Indians, 3-44

Society of Friends, 2-62, S-26

"Soft American, The," by John F. Kennedy, 4-15

"Something for Everyone," by Ellen Fried, S-40-43

"Sounds of Crisis," by Will Sandoval, 1-40–43

South Carolina, 4-20, 4-25–26, 4-27

Southern planters and the Civil War, 4-20–29

Souza, Pete, photos by, 3-36–37

Speer, John, 1-49

Spellman, Francis Cardinal, photo, 2-13

Speroff, Leon, "Carlos Montezuma's Heroic Journey—and His Return to the Yavapai," 3-38–47

Sports Illustrated, 4-15, 4-19

Stack, Eddie, 2-26

Stalin, Joseph, photo, 4-40

Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, 1-5

Stanford University, 1-5, 2-37

State, secretary of, 4-51

State and local courts, 3-54–59

State government archives, 3-30, 3-31–32

State holidays, 4-34, 4-35, 4-37

State Messaging and Archival Retrieval Toolset, 2-76

Statue of Liberty, 2-64, S-28

Steamboats, 2-40–47

Stedman, William, 3-39, 3-47

Stone, William J., S-9, S-22–23

"Stone Engraving: Icon of the Declaration, The," by Catherine Nicholson, S-22–23

Storey, Michael, 4-36

Street, Albert, 2-27–28, 2-29; photos, 2-26

Surget, Francis, Jr., 4-24, 4-29

Surget, Francis, Sr., 4-22, 4-29

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Tang, Vincent, 1-30–31

Taylor, Candy Jim, 2-27, 2-29

Taylor, John C., 2-29

Taylor, Zachary, 4-23

Telecommunications industry, 3-70

Television, and African Americans, 3-22–29

Tennessee, 2-48–49, 2-52–53

Texas, 4-35

They Fought Like Demons: Women Soldiers in the American Civil War, by DeAnne Blanton and Lauren M. Cook, 1-62–63

Thirteenth Amendment, 1-54

"This Great Nation Will Endure: Photographs of the Great Depression" (exhibit), 3-64–65

Thomas, Bernice L., "FDR as Architect: Invoking the Image of Old Hickory," 2-48–55

Tilford, Charles R., photo, S-17

Tinston, Cathie, 2-4

Togus, ME, 1-56, 1-58

Topeka, KS, 1-12–22

"Travels of the Charters of Freedom," by Milton Gustafson, S-8–13

Treaty of Kanagawa, 1-72, 2-76

Truman, Bess Wallace, 3-9, 3-10; photo, 3-9

Truman, Harry S., 1-13, 1-51, 1-66, 2-37–38, 3-31, S-12–13, S-42–43; letters from children, 1-8–9; photos, 2-38, 3-6, 3-7, 3-10, 3-12, 3-14, 3-31, S-12, S-13; school years, 3-6-14

Truman, Martha Ellen, 3-7

Turner, Tim, photo, 3-49

Tyler, Benjamin Owen, S-22, S-23

Tyler, Roy, 2-24-27, 2-28, 2-29; photos, 2-24

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UBS, Inc., S-32

Uniform Monday Holiday Law, 4-35, 4-37

Union Army, and Order Number 11, 1-46-51; veterans, 1-56–61

Unionists among Southern slaveholders, 4-20–29

United Church of Christ, Office of Communication, 3-24, 3-25, 3-27, 3-28

U.S. Army, enlistment records, 3-65

U.S. Army Signal Corps, 3-18

U.S. circuit courts, 2-46, 3-54–59

U.S. Congress, 4-10, 4-31, 4-35, 4-37

U.S. Constitution, 2-60–61, 2-62–63, 2-64, 2-65

United States Court of Appeals, and communications law, 3-25, 3-27, 3-29

U.S. Department of Defense, personnel records, 3-64

U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1-20–21

U.S. Department of State, 2-76, S-9–10, S-22, S-23

U.S. Department of the Navy, 3-18

U.S. district courts, 2-46–47, 3-54–59

United States Government Manual, The, 3-51

U.S. House of Representatives, Commerce Committee, 2-46; Judiciary Committee, 2-13–14, 4-33–34; Rules Committee, 2-14, 2-15–16, 2-18

U.S. Intelligence and the Nazis, by Richard Breitman et al., 2-79

U.S. Marine Corps, 4-16; personnel records, 3-64

U.S. Navy, personnel records, 3-64; ships and vessels, 4-50, 4-53

U.S. News, 2-35

U.S. News & World Report, 1-52, 4-67, S-54

U.S. Post Office, 4-53

U.S. Senate, and the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 2-16-19; Committee on Military Affairs and the Militia, 1-57; and presidential elections, 3-48–49, 3-53

United States Statutes at Large, The, 3-51

U.S. Supreme Court, 1-13–14, 1-15, 1-16, 1-21, 2-46–47, 2-76, 2-79

United States v. The Railroad Bridge Company, 2-43–44

Universal Newsreels, 3-21

University of Arkansas, Clinton School of Public Service, 3-34, 3-35

University of California at Berkeley, 4-60

University of California at San Diego, 1-5

University of Illinois, 1-5

University of Maryland, 1-5

Urgent Deficiency Act, 1913, 4-53, 4-54

USA Today, 4-36

Using Civilian Records for Genealogical Research in the National Archives, Washington, DC, Area, 3-67

USS Shaw, 4-41; photo, 4-39

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Valenti, Jack, 2-15, 2-16–17; photo, 2-14

Vallee, Rudy, 2-35

Van Delinder, Jean, "Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka: A Landmark Case Unresolved Fifty Years Later," 1-12–22; photo, 1-22

Verdi River, 3-39, 3-43

Vermont, 3-54–59

Vernon County, MO, 1-47

Veterans, African American, 1-59; bonuses for, 2-36; Civil War, 1-56–61, 2-68–70; disabled, 1-56–61; homes for, 1-56–61; pension records, 2-68–70; World War I, 2-36

Veterans Administration, 1-59

Veterans Day, 4-31, 4-33

Veterans hospitals, 2-52–54, 2-55

Vietnam War, 1-41–43

Vinson, Fred M., S-12, S-13; photo, S-13

Virginia, 4-35, 4-37

Voorhees, Alan M., photo, S-60

Voting Rights Act of 1965, 2-18

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Wadsworth, Homer C., 4-14

Walch, Timothy, "The Ordeal of Herbert Hoover," 2-30–38

Wall Street Journal, 4-33

Wallace, Bess, 3-9, 3-10; photo, 3-9

War criminals, 2-79

War Department, personnel records, 3-64; Record and Pension Office, 2-8

War Department Collection of Confederate Records, Record Group 109, 2-8–9

"War on Civilians: Order Number 11 and the Evacuation of Western Missouri, A," by Sarah Bohl, 1-44–51

Ward, James, 2-46

Ward, Minnie, 3-8, 3-14

Warner, J. B., 1-27–28

Warner, Robert M., 3-5; photo, 3-4

Warren, Earl, 1-13–14, 1-16; photo, 1-12

Washington, George, 2-50, 2-54, 2-62–63, 2-64, 4-9, 4-31–37, S-18, S-26–27, S-28; "Farewell Address," 4-37

Washington, Reginald, comp., Black Family Research, 3-67

Washington, VA, 4-37

Washington Intelligencer, 4-23

Washington National Airport, 2-54

Washington Post, 2-15, 2-19, 3-27–28, 4-35

Wassaja, 3-38–47

Wassaja (newsletter), 3-41–43, 3-44

Watson, Cindy, 2-78

"We Can Do It," poster by Howard Miller, 4-44; illus., 4-43

Wead, H. M., 2-46

Webb, Jim, 2-16

Webster, Daniel, S-9

Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents, 3-51

"We're All Here," by Marvin Pinkert, S-36–39

WGBH/NOVA, S-53

"What Is the National Archives Experience," S-5

Wheeler, Tom, 1-70, 2-82, 3-70, 4-66, 4-67, S-60; photos, 1-70, 2-82, 3-70, S-60

Whelan, Israel, 1-38

White, Joe, 2-21–22

White, Michael, 3-48–49; photo, 3-53

"White House: Conflicts, Crisis, and Peace" (exhibit), 2-82

"White House: Inside Story" (exhibit), 2-82, S-45, S-51

White House, miniature of, photo, 1-66

"White House: Public Platform" (exhibit), S-45

White House Central Files, 3-64

Whitney, Eli, 3-72

Wilkins, Roy, 2-15; photo, 2-12

Wilkinson, Charles B. "Bud," 4-16, 4-19; photo, 4-16

Wilkinson, W. H., 1-29, 1-33

Wille, Charles, S-64; photo, S-64

William G. McGowan Charitable Fund, Inc., 4-67, S-53

William G. McGowan Theater, 3-17–18, 3-70, 4-66, 4-67, S-5, S-52–53; photos, 3-16, S-52

William J. Clinton Library, 3-34–35; illus., 3-34, 3-35

Willson, Meredith, "Chicken Fat Song," 4-19; photo, 4-18

Wilson, Henry, 1-57

Winchester, George, 4-23

Winchester, Josiah, 4-23, 4-28

Wingfield, David, 2-22–24, 2-29; photos, 2-22, 2-23

Wirth, Joseph, S-64; photo, S-64

WLBT (television station), 3-22–29

Wolfe, Ron, 4-36

Woman suffrage, 2-64

Women, and the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1-59; as soldiers in the Civil War, 1-62–63

"Women Soldiers in the Civil War," by Ellen Fried, 1-62–63

Wood, Waddy B., 2-50

Work Projects Administration, 3-54–56, 3-59

World War I, and American Indians, 3-44

World War II, 2-79, 2-80, 4-80; audiovisual records of, 3-16, 3-18, 3-19–21; D-day messages, 2-84; enlistment records, 3-65; photographs, 4-40–44; saboteurs, 4-56–57

Worley, Alexander, 1-29

Worsham, James, "Betrayal Foils a German 'Invasion' of America," 4-56–57

Wright, Thomas, photo, 3-48

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Young, Ellen, 1-51

Young, Whitney, photos, 2-11, 2-12

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Zeender, James, 4-48–49; photo, 4-49

Zweifel, John and Jan, illus. of miniature by, 1-66

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