Prologue Magazine

Index to Prologue, Volume 38: 2006


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"50 Years of German-U.S. Archival Cooperation," by Wolfgang Ischinger, 1-46–49

Abbott, Susan, 2-66

ABC Newtork, 3-9

"Abner Pratt and Michigan's Honolulu House," by Peter von Boul, 3-34–41

Abolition movement, 3-61, 4-59

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, 1-51, 1-52, 1-71

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Archive, 3-10

Access to Archival Database (AAD), 1-55–60

Adams, John, 1-30, 2-37–38

Adams, John Quincy, 2-50

Adams, Samuel, 1-31

Adjutant General's Office, 1-56, 1-57, 1-59

African Americans, cemeteries for, 2-24; civil rights records, 4-83; and the Civilian Conversation Corps, 3-13; military service of, 4-60, 4-61; and the National Archives, 4-56; records of military agencies relating to, 2-70, 4-80, 4-83; seamen, 4-70–71; and slavery, 4-59–61; women's participation in the antislavery and abolition movements, 3-60, 3-61

"After a Disaster: The National Archives as 'First Preserver'," by Allen Weinstein, 1-4–5

Aid, Matthew, 3-42

"Ailing Hospitals," by Jim Downs, 2-20–27

Alabama, 1-4, 2-38, 2-41

Alaska, 4-82

Albaugh, Jim, 3-71

Albright, Horace, 3-14

Alexander, Jane, 4-19–20

Alien enemy registrations, 3-68

Allan, McClelland, and Company, 4-7

Allen, Elisha, 3-37, 3-40

Alter, Jonathan, 4-26; The Defining Moment: FDR's Hundred Days and the Triumph of Hope, 4-74–75; photos, 4-26, 4-74

Altrogge, Phyllis, 4-66

American Association of State Highway Officials, 2-16–17

American Civil Liberties Union, 3-32–33

"American Conversations" series, 1-50, 1-66

American in Paris, An (film), 1-53

American League (baseball), 1-17–18

American Society for Civil Engineers, 2-45

America's Story at Risk: Why NARA Is Building the Electronic Records Archives, leaflet, 2-68

Anders, William A., 2-42; photo, 2-43; photo by, 2-43

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, 1-49

Angel, Benjamin Franklin, 3-37–38

Anthony, Susan B., 2-38, 3-60

Anti-Communism, 3-9

Antislavery movement, 3-60, 3-61

Apollo 8, 2-42

Archives, German, 1-46–49

Arkansas, 2-25–26, 2-57, 3-67

Army High Altitude Mountain Rescue Team, 2-60

Army Quartermaster Department, 3-19, 3-21

Aspen Institute, 1-53

Attorney General's List of Subversive Organizations, 3-22–33

Audiovisual records relating to baseball, 1-13–14

Augusta, Alexander, 2-25; photo, 2-25

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Babcock, Alicia, photo, 3-52

Bansemer, Gottlieb Benjamin, 3-58

Bansemer, Yeoman 1st Class Hattie C., 3-58

Barbieri, Kim E., 3-5; "The D-day Classroom," 3-46–53; photo, 3-53

Barkers for Britain, 4-96

Barnard, Sue, photo, 4-66

Barrow, Joe Louis, 1-9–10

Baruch, Bernard, photo, 4-37

Baseball, 1-12–21

Bassanese, Lynn, 4-17

Batchelor, Joy, 3-9

Bates, Edward, 1-62, 1-63

Bayler, Joanne, 4-67

Baylis, Peter, 3-9

Beal, Dick, 4-65

Beebe Windmill, Bridgehampton, NY, illus., 2-45

Beecher, Catharine, 3-60–61

Bell, Steve, 2-11

Bellrichard, Gordon Kent, 4-6

Bennett, James E., 1-17; illus. of invention by, 1-19

Berlin, Isaiah, 4-41, 4-49

Berlin Document Center, 1-47, 1-48, 1-49

Berman, Fran, 3-65

Berryman, Clifford K., "Busy Season for the Shortstop" (drawing), illus. 1-14–15

Beschloss, Michael, 1-53

"Beyond the Box Score: Baseball Records in the National Archives," by David E. Pfeiffer and John Vernon, 1-12–21

"Beyond the Numbers: Specifying and Achieving an Efficient Preservation Environment," 1-67

Biddle, Francis, 3-23–24, 3-27, 3-29–30; photo, 3-25

Big Two-Hearted River by Ernest Hemingway, 1-24

Bill of Rights, 1-33–35

Black Ass at the Cross Roads, by Ernest Hemingway, 1-28–29

Black Family Research Using the Records of Post-Civil War Federal Agencies at the National Archives, compiled by Reginald Washington, 2-68

Blacklists, 3-22–33

Blackmun, Harry, 1-19

Blacksnake, Governor, 2-59; photo, 2-55

Blue, Rear Adm. Victor, photo, 3-54

Blunt, Roy, 1-53

Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum, Austin, 4-84

Boeing Company, 3-71

Boettiger, Anna Roosevelt, photo, 4-32

Boettiger, John, photo, 4-31, 4-33

Bonaparte, Charles J., 1-43

Borden, James W., 3-38, 3-39, 3-40

Borman, Frank, 2-42; photo, 2-43

Bosanko, William J., 3-45

Boston, John, 2-41, 4-84

Boston, USS, 1-38, 1-42, 1-43

Bowles, Chester, 4-26

Bradley, Lt. Gen. Omar N., photo, 3-53

Bradsher, Greg, "A Founding Father in Dissent: Elbridge Gerry," 1-30–35; photo, 1-35

Brady, Mathew, photo by, 2-36

Bredhoff, Stacey, "Eyewitness: American Originals from the National Archives," 2-37–42; photo, 4-84

Breyer, Stephen, 1-53

Brinkley, Alan, 4-24; photo, 4-24

Brown, George, 3-35

Buchanan, James, 3-35, 3-38

Bunch, Lonnie, 1-50, 1-66

Bundles, A'Lelia, 2-71

Bundles for Britain, 4-96

Bundy, McGeorge, 2-65

Bunker, Charles, 3-37–38

Buol, Peter von, "Abner Pratt and Michigan's Honolulu House," 3-34–41; photo, 3-41

Burchfield, Patricia, 4-67

Bureau of Consolidated Relief Stations, 1906, 1-44

Bureau of Indian Affairs, 3-18

Bureau of Navigation, 3-55, 3-56

Bureau of Public Roads, 2-15, 2-16, 2-18

Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Land, 1-53, 2-21–27, 2-68, 2-70, 3-68, 3-69, 4-66; Medical Division, 2-21–27

Bureau of the Census, 1-56, 1-57

Burgess, G. H., lithograph by illus., 3-34–35

Burns, James MacGregor, 4-22; photo, 4-22

Burns, Ken, 1-50, 1-66, 2-70

Bush, Barbara, photo, 1-66

Bush, George H. W., 1-66, 1-72, 2-18, 4-67; photo, 1-66; portrait, 4-62

Bush, George W., 1-67, 2-4, 2-64, 3-43, 4-22; photo, 1-67; portrait, 4-62

"Busy Season for the Shortstop," drawing by Clifford K. Berryman, 1-14–15

Byrne, John "Jeb," photo, 2-65

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Cahoon, L. Reynolds, 3-66

Caldwell, Gail, 1-24, 1-26

California, 1-37–44, 2-54, 2-56

California National Guard, 1-40

Camp Roosevelt, VA, 3-16, 3-19; photo, 3-14

Canada, 1-67, 4-70–71

Cannon, James, 3-67

Capa, Robert, 1-27; photo, 1-25

Capitalism, 4-22, 4-24, 4-26, 4-51, 4-75

"Captain Santa," 4-6–12

Carey, Will, photo, 3-48

Carter, Jimmy, 2-9, 3-43

Carter, Kent, 3-67

Carver, Richard, 3-41

Cass, Lewis, 3-38

Caudle, Theron, 3-30–31

Caulfield, J. S., 2-22

Cemeteries for freedmen, 2-24

Census Bureau, 2-54–59

Census records, 4-6, 4-7

Central Intelligence Agency, 2-4, 3-43, 3-44, 3-45, 3-65

Charles Guggenheim Center for the Documentary Film, 1-51, 1-52, 1-53, 1-71

Charleston, South Carolina, 2-23, 2-24

Charters of Freedom: A New World Is at Hand, exhibit catalog, 1-70

Chase, Dot, photo, 4-67

Chase, Salmon P., 1-62, 1-63

Cheney, Lynne, 1-50, 1-66; photo, 1-66

Cherokee Nation, 1-68

Chicago, Illinois, 4-6–12

Chicago, USS, 1-38, 1-39, 1-42, 1-43; photo, 1-39

Chinese Exclusion Act file, 4-66

Cholera, 2-23, 2-26

"Christmas Tree Ship, The," by Glenn V. Longacre, 4-6–12

Chubb, Jelain, photo, 4-79

Churchill, Winston, 3-51; photos, 4-48, 4-49

Civic literacy, 3-4–5, 3-46–53

Civil liberties and the Attorney General's List of Subversive Organizations, 3-23–33

Civil rights movement, 2-38, 3-42, 4-83

Civil Service Commission and loyalty programs, 3-24, 3-29, 3-30

Civil War, 1-62, 3-68, 3-69

Civil War Conservation Corps, 4-65–66

Civilian Conservation Corps, 3-12–21, 4-15, 4-48

"Claiming a Right to Speak," by Ellen Fried, 3-60–61

Clark, Bob, 4-74; "FDR, Archivist," 4-52–57; photo, 4-57

Clark, Tom, 3-24, 3-26–27, 3-29, 3-30, 3-32; photos, 3-28, 3-31

Clark, Gen. Wesley, photo, 2-11

Clark, William, 3-72

Classified records, 2-4–5, 2-30–31, 3-29, 3-42–45, 3-65

Clay, Gen. Lucius D., 2-17

Claypoole, Richard, photo, 2-65

Clifford, Clark, 3-26; photo, 3-27

Clifford, John Garry, 4-25; photo, 4-25

Clinton, William J., 2-4, 3-43, 4-19

Coalitional Provisional Authority, Iraq, 2-64

Cobb, Howell, 3-38

Cobb, Ty, 1-13, 1-14, 1-21

Code of Federal Regulations, 2-48

Cold War, 3-24–25, 3-65

Cole, Mary Lou, photo, 4-66

Colliers, 1-27

Collins, Generosa, photo, 4-67

Collins, James P., "Native Americans in the Census, 1860–1890," 2-54–59; photo, 2-59

Colored Benevolent Societies, 2-26

Combs, J., 3-26

Commissioner of Claims, 2-68

Communications in emergencies, 1-39, 1-41

Communist Party, 3-24, 3-25, 3-28, 3-29, 3-32

Communists, 3-23, 3-24–25, 3-26

Compromise of 1850, 4-60

Conard, Chaz, photo, 4-66,

Congressional Record, 2-48, 3-24

Congressional Research Service Reports, 3-66

"Conjuring Act that Saved the Country, The," by Ellen Fried, 4-74–75

Connor, R.D.W., 4-56, 4-57

Conservation programs, 3-13–21, 4-48

Constitutional Convention, 1-30–35

"Constitutional Conversation," 1-53

Consular service, 3-34, 3-35–36, 3-37–41

Cornford, F. M., 4-4

Corruption and seamen in the Hawaiian Islands, 3-34, 3-37–41

Costigliola, Frank, 4-26; photo, 4-26

Council of State Archivists, 4-79–80

Cox, Warren, 1-51

Craite, Capt. Nelson, 4-9

Creighton, Julie, photo, 4-67

Criminal Case Files of the U.S. District Court for the District and Territory of Alaska, Second Division (Nome), 1900–1955, microfilm publication, 4-82

Croce, Giovanni, photo, 4-66

Cronin, Joe, photo, 1-17

C-SPAN, 3-70, 3-71

Cuba, map of, 2-33, 2-35

Cumberland, USS, 2-42

Currency, 2-65–66

Curtin, Joseph A., 1-41

Curtis C. Flood v. Bowie K. Kuhn, 1-18–19

Customs records, 4-68

CyberCemetery for federal agency web sites, 3-66

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Dahl, Zackart L, photo, 3-48

Dakota Territory, 2-54, 2-57

Dall, Eleanor, photos, 4-31, 4-32, 4-33

Damage response plans for records preservation, 1-5

Daniels, Josephus, 3-55, 3-56

Davidson, Jacob, photo, 3-50

Davidson-Englert, Judy, 4-66–67

Dawes Commission, 2-47

D-day, 3-46–53

"D-day Classroom, The," by Kim E. Barbieri, 3-46–53

"Deadly Virus, The," online exhibit, 2-72

Dean, Charles L., Soldiers and Sled Dogs: A History of Military Dog Mushing, 2-60–61

Dear Mr. President: From the Files of the National Archives, 1-70

Defining Moment: FDR's Hundred Days and the Triumph of Hope, The, by Jonathan Alter, 4-74–75

Delano, Laura, 4-56

Democracy Starts Here (film), 1-51

Democratic National Conventions, 1932, 3-13; 1960, 2-34

DesPrez, John, 4-85

Dickinson, Edwin, 3-23–24

Dickinson Committee, 3-23–24

Dictatorship, idea of in the United States, 4-74–75

Dies, Martin, 3-24; photo, 3-24

DiMaggio, Joe, 1-13, 1-14; photo, 1-12

District courts, 1-17–18

District of Columbia, 3-4, 3-56

Do Not Disturb! (film), 3-8–9

Documentary films, 1-50–53, 1-71, 3-8–10

Dominguez, Adrienne, photo, 1-51

Dougherty, Thomas T., 3-40

Douglas, Stephen, 4-60

Downs, Jim, "Ailing Hospitals," 2-20–27; photo, 2-27

Duggan, Joseph, 3-31–32

Dunkel, Virginia, 4-64

Dunn, Jennifer, 3-71

Dunsky, Steve, 1-52–53

Durham Western Heritage Museum, Omaha, Nebraska, 4-84

Dwight D. Eisenhower Library, 3-4–5, 3-46–53, 4-80–81

Dwight D. Eisenhower National System of Interstate and Defense Highways, 2-18

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Earle, George, 3-26

Earthquakes, 1-37–44

Economic Cooperation Act (1948), 3-6, 3-7–8

Edelstein, David, 3-31–32

Eden, Anthony, 4-25

Education programs, in the Civilian Conservation Corps, 3-19–21; at the National Archives, 3-4–5; at presidential libraries, 3-4–5, 3-46–53

Effron, Blair, 2-71

Eisenhower, Dwight D., 1-8, 4-19, 4-48; and D-day, 3-46v53; and the interstate highway system, 2-12–19; photos, 2-17, 3-46–47, 3-49, 3-53, 4-49; and World War II, 3-5, 3-47–53, 4-49–50

Eisenhower Foundation, 3-5, 3-51

Electronic Army Serial Number Raw Files, 1-57

Electronic records, 1-55–60, 2-64, 3-65, 3-66, 4-78

Electronic Records Archives (ERA) program, 1-55, 1-60, 2-64, 2-68

Eliasberg, Richard, 3-71

Elks Magazine, 3-23

Ellwood, David, 3-6

Elmhorst, William, 4-85

Emancipation Proclamation, 1-67

EMC (corporation), 3-65

Emergency Conservation Work program, 3-13–21

Emerson, Bill, 4-23

Emery, Fred, photo, 2-65

Enlisted Reserve Corps, 1-55–60

Environmental Film Festival, 1-52

Espionage Act of 1917, 3-58

European Union, 3-6

Evarts, Jeremiah, 3-60

Executive Order 9835, 3-23, 3-27–28, 3-31, 3-32–33

Exhibits, 1-66, 2-37, 4-59-61, 4-78, 4-84

Extraordinary Adventures of a Quart of Milk, The (film), 3-8

"Extraordinary President and His Remarkable Cabinet, An," by Ellen Fried, 1-62–63

"Eyewitness-American Originals from the National Archives" (exhibit), 2-37, 4-84

"Eyewitness-American Originals from the National Archives," exhibit catalog, 2-68

"Eyewitness-American Originals from the National Archives," by Stacey Bredhoff, 2-37–42

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"Fala and the Barkers for Britain," 4-96

Family History Sources General Information Leaflets, 4-82–83

Farwell to Arms, A, by Ernest Hemingway, 1-23, 1-25–26

Fascist organizations, 3-24, 3-25, 3-30

Faulkner, William, 1-29

Fawcett, Sharon, 2-8

"FDR, Archivist," by Bob Clark, 4-52–57

"FDR at 125," 4-14–15

FDR Memorial, Washington, D.C., 4-17, 4-19, 4-23; illus., 4-22–23, 4-24–25, 4-26–27

FDR Memorial Commission, 4-19

"FDR's Place in History," by William vanden Heuvel, 4-40–51

Fechner, Robert, 3-13–14, 3-15, 3-16, 3-18, 3-19, 3-20, 3-21; photos, 3-14, 3-15, 4-42

Federal-Aid Highway Act, of 1944, 2-16; of 1952, 2-17; of 1954, 2-17; of 1956, 2-14, 2-18, 2-19

Federal Bureau of Investigation, and federal employee loyalty programs, 3-24, 3-25, 3-26–27, 3-28–29, 3-30

Federal Depository Library Program, 3-66

Federal Emergency Management Administration, 1-5, 3-44

Federal employees, former Navy yeomen, 3-56; loyalty programs, 3-22–33

Federal Hall National Memorial, New York City, 4-78

Federal Highway Act, of 1921, 2-15; of 1938, 2-16

Federal Highway Administration, 2-19

Federal League (baseball), 1-17–18

Federal League of Professional Baseball Clubs v. The National League, the American League, etc., The, 1-17–18

Federal Records Relating to Civil Rights in the Post–World War II Era, by Walter B. Hill, Jr., 4-83

Federal Register, 1-5, 2-48, 2-65

Federal Trade Commission, 1-14, 1-19–20

Ferno, John, 3-8

Fields, Alonzo, 2-41

"Final Voyage of the Portland, The," by Walter V. Hickey, 4-68–73

Fitzgerald, F. Scott, 1-24, 1-26

Fitzgerald, Frances, 2-8; photo, 2-9

"Five Star Leaders" program, 3-5, 3-46–53

Flemming, Arthur, 3-25

Flesher, Maria, 4-64

Flood, Curtis C., 1-18–19

Foley, Priscilla, 4-66

For Whom the Bell Tolls, by Ernest Hemingway, 1-27

Ford, Gerald R., 2-7, 3-67

Forest Service, 1-14, 3-14, 3-15-16, 3-18

Fort Mason, CA, 1-38, 1-39

Fortune, USS, 1-41, 1-42, 1-43

Foundation for the National Archives, 1-51, 1-52, 1-69, 1-70–71, 2-70–71, 3-5, 3-64, 3-70–71, 4-78, 4-81, 4-84–85; July 4th celebration, 3-70–71, 4-85; Records of Achievement Award, 3-70

"Founding Father in Dissent: Elbridge Gerry, A," by Greg Bradsher, 1-30–35

Fox, Cynthia, 4-65–66

France, 3-9

Franco, Francisco, 1-27

Frank H. Fleer Trading Card Company, 1-19–20

Franklin, Benjamin, 2-71; 300th birthday celebration, 1-51

Franklin, John Hope, 1-66

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, 1-21, 4-16, 4-17, 4-20, 4-56–57, 4-74, 4-75, 4-96; exhibits, 4-96; photos, 4-17

"Free Speech in the Digital Age" (debate), 1-53

Freedland, George, 3-8–9

Freedman's Savings and Trust Company, 2-68

Freedmen's Bureau, 1-53, 1-69, 2-68, 2-70, 4-66; Medical Division, 2-21–27

Freedmen's Hospitals, 2-21–27

Freeman, Navy Lt. Frederick, 1-40, 1-42

Fried, Ellen, "Claiming a Right to Speak," 3-60–61; "The Conjuring Act that Saved the Country," 4-74–75; "An Extraordinary President and His Remarkable Cabinet," 1-62–63; "Mushers in the Military," 2-60–61; "VIPs in Uniform: A Look at the Military Files of the Famous and Famous-to-Be," 1-6–11

Friedman v. Schwellenbach, 3-25, 3-28

Fugitive Slave Act, 4-59, 4-60

Fullerton, Gen. J. S., 2-24

Funston, Brig. Gen. Frederick, 1-38–39, 1-40, 1-43, 1-44; photo, 1-39

Fussel, Paul, 1-28–29

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Garagiola, Joe, 1-13

Garner, John Nance, 4-75

Garza, Debra, 2-71

Gas tax, 2-17, 2-18

Gass, Connie, 4-67

Gaston, Herbert, 3-24, 3-26

Gaston Committee, 3-24, 3-26

Gates, Henry Louis, Jr., 1-24, 1-29

Gehrig, Lou, 1-13; photo, 1-16

Gellhorn, Martha, 1-27

Genealogical research, 1-54–60, 1-68, 2-47, 2-54–59, 2-68–69, 3-54-59, 3-68, 4-64, 4-66, 4-68–73, 4-82–83

General Land Office Records, 2-45–46

General Location of National System of Interstate Highways, 2-18

General Records of the Navy Department, Record Group 80, 1-43

General Services Administration, 2-66, 3-64

George III, king of England, 2-37–38

George H. W. Bush Library, 1-66, 4-66, 4-67

George W. Bush Library, 2-64

Georgia, 2-22, 2-23–24, 2-25, 2-26

Gerald R. Ford Library, 4-59, 4-84

Gergen, David, 3-67; photo, 3-67

German American Bund, 3-24

German Democratic Republic, 1-46, 1-48, 1-49

German Federal Archives, 1-48, 1-49

German Federal Archives Law, 1-49

German Military Archives, 1-47, 1-48

German Reich Archives, 1-47, 1-48

Germany, 3-6, 3-7, 3-8, 4-48, 4-49

Germany, Federal Republic of, 1-47–49

Gerry, Elbridge, 1-30–35; port., 1-30, 1-34

Gingrich, Newt, 4-22

Ginsberg, Moe, 1-13

Ginsburg, Ruth Bader, photo, 1-51

Girard, Martha, photo, 2-65

Goldstein, Robert Justin, "Prelude to McCarthyism: The Making of a Blacklist," 3-22–33

Good Roads Movement, 2-15

Goodrich, Adm. C. F., 1-40–41

Goodwin, Doris Kearns, 4-20, 4-23; Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln, 1-62–63; photos, 1-62, 4-23

Gopnik, Adam, 1-53

Gordimer, Nadine, 1-25, 1-27, 1-29

Government Printing Office, 2-48, 2-65, 3-66

GPO Access, 2-48, 3-66

Grand Haven, MI, 4-7

Grants, 1-5

Great Britain, 4-49, 4-96

"Great Compromise," 1-32–33

Great Depression, 4-37, 4-44, 4-46, 4-51

Greatest Good: A Forest Service Centennial Film, The, 1-52–53

Greely, Maj. Gen. Adolphus W., 1-38, 1-40, 1-43, 1-44; photo, 1-38

Green, William, 3-19

Gregg, David L., 3-38

Grimblat, Pierre, 3-8

Grimké, Angelina, 3-61

Gross, Walter, 3-9

Guggenheim, Charles, 1-51, 1-52

Guggenheim, Grace, 1-52

Guggenheim Productions, Inc., 1-71

Guillou, Charles F., 3-38, 3-39; photo, 3-38

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Hackley, Charles H., 4-7

Hagel, Chuck, 2-10; photo, 2-10

Haig, Alexander, 2-7, 2-8, 2-11; photo, 2-11

Halas, John, 3-9

Halberstam, David, 2-9

Hall, Dave, photo, 4-65

Hallstein, Walter, 1-49

Halsted, Anna Roosevelt, photo, 4-37

Hamilton, Alexander, 2-66

Hanks, Frederick L., 3-38–39

Hansl and the 200,000 Chicks (film), 3-8

Harner, Howard, 2-29

Harry S. Truman Library, 3-4–5, 3-48, 3-51

Hartranft, John Frederick, 2-47–48

Hastert, J. Dennis, 4-81; photo, 4-81

Hatch Act, 3-23–24, 3-25, 3-26, 3-27–28

Havice, Jenny, photo, 3-52

Hawaiian Islands, 3-34–41

Health concerns of freedmen, 2-22

Hearst, William Randolph, 4-75

Hemingway, Ernest, 1-22–29; Across the River and Into the Trees, 1-28; Big Two-Hearted River, 1-24; Black Ass at the Cross Roads, 1-28; Death in the Afternoon, 1-27; A Farewell to Arms, 1-23, 1-25–26; For Whom the Bell Tolls, 1-27; In Our Time, 1-24, 1-25; ed., Men at War, 1-23, 1-27–28, 1-29; The Old Man and the Sea, 1-29; photos, 1-22, 1-23, 1-24, 1-25, 1-26, 1-27, 1-28, 1-29; "Soldier's Home," 1-24; The Sun Also Rises, 1-25, 1-26; war reporting, 1-25, 1-27-28

Hemingway, Gregory, photo, 1-29

Hemingway, Mary, 1-24, 1-29; photo, 1-24

Hemingway, Patrick, 1-24, 1-26; photo, 1-29

Hemingway, Seán, 1-23, 1-25, 1-27; ed., Hemingway on War, 1-23

Hemingway on War, ed. by Seán Hemingway, 1-23

"Hemingway on War and Its Aftermath," by Thomas Putnam, 1-22–29

Hemsing, Albert, 3-9

Hendrix, James Marshall "Jimi," 1-11

Herbert, Bob, 2-10–11; photo, 2-10

Herbert Hoover Library, 4-74

Herring, George, 2-8; photo, 2-8

Herrmann, Edward, 4-19–20

Hickey, Walter V., "The Final Voyage of the Portland," 4-68–73; photo, 4-73

Highway Trust Fund, 2-18

Highways, 2-12–19

Hill, Walter B., Jr., 4-80; Federal Records Relating to Civil Rights in the Post–World War II Era, 4-83; photo, 4-80

Hillerich, John A., 1-16

Hillerich and Bradsby Company v. Hanna Manufacturing Company, 1-20–21

Hills, Carla, 3-67

Hindenburg, 2-42

Hines, Frank, 3-17

Historic American Engineering Record, The, 2-45

Historic preservation programs, 3-14–15

History education, 3-4–5, 3-46–53

History of Marshall, A, by Richard Carver, 3-41

History of the Federal Aid Program, A, 2-15

Hitler, Adolf, 4-49

Holloway, Donald, photo, 4-61; "Slavery on Trial: Long Road to Freedom," 4-58–61

Holms, Navy Capt. F. H., 1-40–41

Holt, Dan, 3-53

Honolulu, HI, 3-34, 3-35–36, 3-37, 3-38, 3-41; illus., 3-34–35

Honolulu House, Marshall, Michigan, 3-41; photo, 3-40

Hooper, William, 3-35

Hoover, Herbert, 4-74

Hoover, J. Edgar, 3-25–27, 3-29, 3-30; photo, 3-25

Hopkins, Harry, 4-34

Hopkinson, Peter, 3-9

Horner, Caleb, 2-22, 2-26

Houk, Ralph, photo, 1-17

Hour of Choice (film), 3-9

Housley, Harold, 2-50

Howard, Gen. O. O., 2-22, 2-23; photo, 2-22

Howe, Louis, 3-13–14, 3-19, 3-20, 3-21, 4-34, 4-54; photos, 3-15, 4-42, 4-54

Hoyer, Steny, 1-53

Hubbell, Carl, 1-14

Huehl, Kirstie, photo, 3-46

Huff, C. Preston, 2-70, 3-67; photo, 3-67

Hughes, Charles Evans, 4-47–48

Hull, Cordell, photo, 4-47

Hull, Theodore J., "The World War II Army Enlistment Records File and Access to Archival Databases," 1-54–60; photo, 1-60

Hunger (film), 3-8

Hunt, Richard, 3-60; photo, 4-81

Hunt, Comdr. William E., 3-34, 3-40

Hunt, Capt. William W., 1-44

Hurricane Katrina, 1-4–5

Hurricane Rita, 1-4–5

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Ickes, Harold L., 3-19, 4-26, 4-54; photos, 3-15, 4-42

"Ike's Interstates at 50," by David A. Pfeiffer, 2-12–19

In Our Time, by Ernest Hemingway, 1-24

Independence, USS, 1-38, 1-43

Indian reservations, 2-57, 2-58, 2-72; maps of, 2-58, 2-59

Indian Territory, 2-57

"Influenza Epidemic of 1918, The," 2-72

International Council on Archives, 1-47, 1-49

Internet, and Access to Archival Database, 1-59–60; German records presented on, 1-49

Interstate highway system, 2-12–19

"Into the Woods: The First Year of the Civilian Conservation Corps," by Joseph M. Speakman, 3-12–21

Inventions, 1-16–17

Inventory of the Naval Records Collection of the Office of Naval Records and Library, 3-59

Iraq, 2-64

Ischinger, Wolfgang, "50 Years of German-U.S. Archival Cooperation," 1-46–49; photo, 1-49

Island of Faith (film), 3-8

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Jackson, Andrew, 3-60

Jackson, E. R., 2-15

Jackson, Robert, 4-26

James, Bruce, photo, 2-65

Japan, 4-48, 4-49

Japanese Americans, relocation of, 4-19, 4-22, 4-23

Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Act, 3-65

Jefferson, Thomas, 3-72

Jimmy Carter Library, 4-84

John F. Kennedy Library, 2-65; conferences, 1-23, 1-26, 2-7–11; digitization project, 3-65; Hemingway Collection, 1-23–29; and Kennedy materials, 2-29–35, 3-65; Rose Kennedy papers, 4-78–79

John Hancock Financial Services, 3-70–71, 4-85

Johnson, Andrew, 2-22–23, 2-24, 2-26, 2-27; photo, 2-26

Johnson, Lady Bird, 2-42, 4-84; photo, 2-41

Johnson, Lyndon B., 2-34, 2-42, 2-65, 3-44; and Vietnam, 2-7, 2-8, 2-9

Johnston, Ellen, 4-70–71

Jones, Beverly, 2-38

Jones, John Coffin, 3-35

"July 4th: An American Original," 4-85

Justice Talking (radio program), 1-53

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Kansas, 3-48, 3-52, 3-68

Kansas Highway Patrol Training Center, 3-52

Kaplan, Justin, 1-26

Karmany, Lt. Col. Lincoln, 1-43

Karren, Susan, 4-66

Karunaratne, Lanka, 4-65; photo, 4-65

Katrina (hurricane), 1-4–5

Keating, Frank, 2-71

Kennedy, Caroline, 2-30, 2-32, 2-33; photo, 2-8

Kennedy, David M., 4-23–24; photo, 4-23

Kennedy, Jacqueline, 2-30, 2-32; photo, 2-42

Kennedy, John F., 1-72, 2-29–35, 2-42, 4-84; papers of, 2-29–35, 2-65, 3-65; photos, 2-28, 2-29, 2-32, 2-42; and Vietnam, 2-8

Kennedy, John F., Jr., 2-30, 2-32

Kennedy, Robert F., 2-30

Kennedy, Rose Fitzgerald, 4-78–79

Kerouac, Jack, 1-10–11; photo, 1-10

Khrushchev, Nikita, 2-31, 2-32

Kieffer, Lt. Col. P. V., photo, 2-15

Kimball, Warren F., 4-24; photo, 4-24

Kissinger, Henry, 2-7, 2-11, 3-67; photos, 2-11, 3-67

Knudsen, Robert, photo by, 2-41

Koch, Cynthia M., "A 'New' FDR Emerges," 4-16–28; photo, 4-28

Korean War, 2-41

Krysa, John, photo, 2-64

Ku Klux Klan, 3-29

Kuhn, Bowie, 1-18–19; photo, 1-17

Kurowsky, Agnes von, 1-23–24; photo, 1-23

Kurtz, Michael, photo, 4-80

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Labor unions and the Civilian Conservation Corps, 3-13–14, 3-19

Ladd, D. Milton, 3-26

Laguardia, Fiorello, 3-33

Lahaina, Hawaii, 3-34, 3-35, 3-37, 3-38

Lamb, Brian, 3-70, 3-71

Land grants, 2-45–46

Landis, Kenesaw Mountain, 1-18, 1-21

Lanham, Col. Charles "Buck," 1-28, 1-29

Latham, Mrs. Wales, 4-96

Lathrop, George A., 3-38

Leadership development, 3-47–53

Leff, Deborah, 2-33

Leff, Mark, 4-25–26; photo, 4-25

LeHand, Missy, 4-26

Leigh-Mallory, Air Chief Marshal Trafford, 3-50; photo, 3-53

Leonard, J. William, 3-42, 3-43, 3-44-45

Leuchtenburg, William E., 4-15, 4-22; photo, 4-22

Levant, USS, 3-34, 3-40, 3-41; illus., 3-39

Lewis, John, 2-38, 2-41

Lewis, Meriwether, 3-72

Lewis and Clark Expedition, 3-72

Library and Archives Canada, 1-67

Library of Congress, 1-48, 2-45, 4-80

Life saving stations, Cape Cod, MA, 4-68; Kewaunee and Two Rivers, Wisconsin, 4-9

"Lights! Camera! History! Ideas!" 1-50–53

Lincoln, Abraham, 1-62, 1-63, 1-67, 2-37, 2-47–48, 4-47, 4-60; photo, 2-36

Lincoln, Evelyn, 2-29; photos, 2-29

Lincoln, Mary Todd, 1-62

Lippmann, Walter, 4-75

"List of Officers and Enlisted Men of the Regular Navy and the Naval Reserve Force Who Were Reported Dead or Missing During the Period 1917–19," 3-59

Little Rock, AR, school desegregation crisis, 3-52

Livingston, Rebecca, "When an American City Is Destroyed," 1-36–44; photo, 1-44

Longacre, Glenn V., "The Christmas Tree Ship," 4-6–12

Louis, Joe, 1-9–10; photo, 1-10

Louisiana, 1-4, 1-5, 2-23, 2-25, 2-26, 2-27, 3-67

Lourie, Liz, 4-64

Lovell, James A., Jr., 2-42; photo, 2-43

Lower Manhattan Development Council, 4-78

Loyalty programs, 3-22–33

Loyalty Review Board, 3-28, 3-29

Lyndon B. Johnson Library, 2-66, 4-66–67

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MacArthur, Gen. Douglas, 1-8, 3-20; photo, 1-7

Mace, Lynne, 2-60

Mace, Stuart, 2-60

Mackie, Philip, 3-9

Mackinaw, U.S. Coast Guard Cutter, 4-10

Madison, James, 1-30, 1-33, 1-35

Magee, Ida, photo, 4-62

Maine Historical Society, 4-70

Major, Col. Duncan, 3-15–16, 3-17, 3-19, 3-21

Malone, Maj. Gen. Paul B., photos, 3-15, 4-42

Maly, Capt. Fred, 1-9–10

March of Dimes, 4-44

Marix, Capt. A. T., 1-43

Marshall, Burke, 2-30

Marshall, George C., 3-6; photos, 3-7

Marshall (Michigan) Historical Society, 3-41

Marshall Plan, 3-6–10; films promoting, 3-6, 3-7–10; Motion Picture Section, 3-7, 3-8, 3-9, 3-10

Marshfield High School, Marshfield, Wisconsin, 4-85

Martin, Joe, 3-25

Martin, Rebecca, "NARA's Armies of Volunteers," 4-63–67; photo, 4-67

Mascaro, Tom, 3-10

Mason, George, 1-34

Massachusetts, 1-30, 1-34–35

McCalla, Rear Adm. Bowman H., 1-40, 1-42

McCarthy, Joseph, 3-23

McCarthyism, 3-22, 3-33

McCullough, David, 1-53; photo, 1-50

McDonald, Thomas M., 2-15

McElvenny, Ralph, 2-33

McGowan, William G., photo, 1-53

McGowan Forum on Communications and Technology, 1-53

McGowan Theater, 1-50–53, 1-66, 1-71

McGraw, Bryan, 1-7, 1-11

McGregor, Douglas, 3-30–31

McQueen, Steve, 1-10

Me and Mr. Marshall (film), 3-8

Medical assistance for freedmen, 2-21–27

Medical care for freedmen, 2-21–27

Memorial for the Freedom Movements in German History, 1-48

Men at War, ed. by Ernest Hemingway, 1-23, 1-27–28, 1-29

Meredith, James, 2-33

Merrill, Philip, 3-70; photo, 3-70

Mesker, David, 2-71

Mexico, 2-45–46

Michigan, 2-56, 3-69

Michigan, Lake, 4-6–12

"Microfilm Copy of the Army Serial Number File, 1938–1946," 1-57

Microfilm publications, 1-42, 1-48, 1-68, 2-68–69, 3-68–69, 4-82; Alaska, 4-82; alien arrivals, 2-69, 3-68, 3-69; American Expeditionary Forces, 3-69; Ardelia Hall Collection, 2-69; Arizona, 1-68; California, 3-68; census enumeration district maps, 3-68; census rolls, 1-68; Civil War, 3-69, 4-82; Compiled Military Service Records, 3-69, 4-82; Connecticut, 3-69; crew lists, 3-68, 4-82; criminal case files, 4-82; draft cards, 1-68; Eastern Cherokee census rolls, 1-68; ERR (Einsatzstab Reichsleiter Rosenberg) card file, 2-69; European Theater of Operations, 3-69; Freedmen's Bureau, 1-68, 3-68, 3-69; German aliens, 3-68; German documents, 1-68, 3-69; Hawaii, 1-68; Internal Revenue Service, 1-68; Kansas, 3-68; land claims, 3-69; Land Offices, 3-69; Maine, 2-69, 3-69; Maryland, 3-69; Massachusetts, 1-68; merchant vessels, 4-82; Michigan, 1-68, 2-69, 3-69, 4-82; naturalization records, 2-69, 3-69, 4-82; Naval enlistments, 3-69; Naval Records Collection of the Office of Naval Records and Library, 3-69; Nebraska, 3-69; New Mexico, 1-68, 3-69; New York, 3-68, 4-82; Nome, Alaska, gold rush, 4-82; Office of the Military Government, United States, 1-68; Ohio, 3-68, 4-82; relating to the San Francisco earthquake, 1-42; seamen's protection certificates, 1-68; seized German records, 1-48; Southern Claims Commission, 2-68–69; Spanish archives, 3-69; tax assessment lists, 1-68; Tennessee, 3-69; Texas, 1-68, 2-69, 3-69, 4-82; United States Colored Troops, 3-69, 4-82; U.S. district court records, 4-82; U.S. House of Representatives, 3-69; Virginia, 2-68; volunteer Union soldiers, 3-69, 4-82; Washington, 3-68; World War I, 1-68, 3-68, 3-69; World War II, 1-68, 3-69

Military records, 1-6–11

Military service records, 1-55–60, 4-66

Miller, Chris, photo, 3-52

Miller, Dwight, 4-74

Mississippi, 1-4, 1-5, 2-26

Missouri, 3-48, 4-59, 4-60

Missouri Compromise of 1820, 4-60

Mitchell, Harry, 3-29

Modern Archives Institute, 4-79–80

Mommsen, Wolfgang, 1-49

Monahan, Yeoman Mary Agnes, 3-59

Montgomery, Alabama, 2-24, 2-25

Montgomery, Field Marshal Bernard Law, 3-50, 3-51; photo, 3-53

Moon, Jacynda, photo, 3-52

Morgenthau, Henry, Jr., photo, 4-50

Morphy, Martha, 3-66–67; photo, 3-66

Morrison, Herb, 2-42

Mosby, Col. John, 3-41

Moses, Robert, 4-34

Mosley, Raymond, photo, 2-65

Motts, Wayne E., 2-29

Moulton, Ashley, photo, 3-46

Mundt, Karl, photo, 3-26

Munich Institute for Contemporary History, 1-49

Murray, Charles, 3-30

"Mushers in the Military," by Ellen Fried, 2-60–61

Mussolini, Benito, 1-27

Muster rolls, 3-57–58, 3-59

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Naftali, Timothy, 2-64; photo, 2-64

Najera, Francisco Castillo, photo, 4-46

"NARA's Armies of Volunteers," by Lee Ann Potter and Rebecca Martin, 4-62–67

"NARA's Oldest Partnerships: Affiliated Archives," by Diane Vogt-O'Connor, 2-44–52

National Archives and Records Administration, affiliated archives, 2-44–52, 3-66; archivist job qualifications, 3-67; assistant archivist for information services, 3-66–67; and audio recordings, 4-56; brochures, 1-69; budget, 2-64; Center for Electronic Records, 1-56; Center for Legislative Archives, 3-60, 4-81; Center for the National Archives Experience, 1-50, 1-51, 1-52; classified records, 2-4–5, 3-42–45, 3-65; conferences, 1-67, 2-7–11, 4-78, 4-79–80; cooperation with German archival system, 1-46–49; education programs, 3-4–5, 4-80–81; electronic records, 2-64, 3-65; exhibits, 2-37, 4-78; family programs, 1-53; and FDR, 4-53–57; finding aids, 2-68; Information Security Oversight Office, 2-4, 3-42, 3-43, 3-44–45; microfilm publications, 1-42, 1-48, 1-68, 2-68, 4-82; Modern Archives Institute, 4-79–80; and motion pictures, 4-56; news and notices, 1-66–67, 2-64–66, 3-64–67, 4-78–81; Office of Records Services-Washington, D.C., 3-45; Office of the Federal Register, 2-65; Office of the General Counsel, 2-30–31, 2-33; Performance and Accountability Report, 1-69; pre-accessioned records, 2-64; publications, 1-68–69, 2-68–69, 3-68–69, 4-82–83; and reclamation of Kennedy documents, 2-29–35; and records preservation, 1-4–5; St. Louis Data System Center, 1-57; and seized German records, 1-48, 1-49; Spanish web portal, 3-65–66; Strategic Plan, 3-4, 3-48, 4-79; volunteers, 4-63–67; web site, 1-4, 2-4, 2-72, 3-65–66

National Archives Assembly, Legacy Project, 2-66

National Archives Building, events at, 2-71, 3-10, 4-85; exhibits, 2-37, 4-84; and FDR, 4-53–54; flood damage to, 3-64; hours of operation, 4-78; Learning Center, 3-5; "Legislative Treasures Vault," 4-81; McGowan Theater, 1-50–53, 3-64; photo, 4-52–53; shop, 1-70; and volunteers, 4-64

National Archives Council, 4-54

National Archives Experience, 1-51, 1-52, 1-53, 1-70, 1-71, 2-70, 3-5, 4-85

National Archives Preservation Conference, 4-78

National Archives Regional Archives System, Atlanta, 1-4; Family History Sources leaflets regarding records in, 4-82–83; Fort Worth, 1-4; Great Lakes Region, 1-5, 4-6; Northeast Region, 4-66, 4-68–73; Pacific Alaska Region, 4-66; Pacific Region (Laguna Niguel), 3-4, 4-80–81; Pacific Region (San Francisco), 1-37; and records recovery, 1-4; Southwest Region, 3-67; volunteers, 4-64, 4-66

National Association of Civilian Conservation Corps Alumni, 3-21

National Association of Government Archives and Records Administrators, 4-79–80

National Baseball Hall of Fame, 1-14

National Constitution Center, Philadelphia, 1-53, 4-84

National Declassification Initiative, 2-4, 3-45

National Geographic, 1-70

National Historical Records and Publications Commission, 2-64; emergency grants, 1-5

National History Day, 3-4

National League (baseball), 1-17–18

National Military Personnel Records Archive, 3-57

National Park Service, 2-45, 2-50, 3-14, 3-18, 4-78

National Parks of New York Harbor Conservancy, 4-78

National Personnel Records Center, 1-4, 1-7–8

National Personnel Records Center for Military Personnel Records, 1-55–57, 1-60

National Public Radio, 1-53

National Recovery Act, 4-32

National Science Foundation, 3-65

National security and records declassification, 3-43, 3-44, 3-45

National Treasure (film), 1-52, 4-85

Native Americans, in censuses, 2-54–59; and the Civilian Conservation Corps, 3-16; records relating to tribes, 2-47, 2-54–59; removals of, 3-60–61; women's petitions regarding, 3-60–61

"Native Americans in the Census, 1860–1890," by James P. Collins, 2-54–59

Naval Act of 1916, 3-55

Naval Appropriations Act of 1919, 3-56

Naval Coast Defense Reserve, 3-55

Naval districts, use of women, 3-55, 3-56, 3-57

Naval Historical Center, 3-59

Naval Hospital Mare Island, CA, 1-38, 1-40, 1-43

Naval reserves, 3-54–59

Nazi organizations, 3-24, 3-25, 3-29

Nazi records, 1-47, 1-48, 1-49

Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Records Interagency Working Group, 3-65

Nazi War Crimes Disclosure Act, 3-65

Neff, Dustin, photo, 3-52

Nelson, Capt. Charles, 4-8, 4-10

New Deal, 3-12–21, 4-14, 4-15, 4-22, 4-23–24, 4-25, 4-32, 4-36, 4-44, 4-46–48, 4-49

"'New' FDR Emerges, A," by Cynthia M. Koch, 4-16–28

New Mexico, 2-45–46, 2-56

New Mexico State Records Center and Archives, 2-45–46; photo, 2-46

New Orleans, LA, 1-37, 1-39

New Republic, The, 3-20

New York, 2-58

New York City, 4-78

New York Times, 3-25; Paris Bureau photographic files, 1-14

Newport, RI, 3-56

Nichols, Louis, 3-30

Nixon, Richard M., 2-17, 3-67; photos, 1-17, 2-6; and Vietnam, 2-7, 2-8

No Ordinary Time, by Doris Kearns Goodwin, 1-62–63

Nome Gold Rush of 1900, 4-82

Norris, George W., 2-35

North American Newspaper Alliance, 1-27

North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 2-31–32

North Carolina, 2-22, 2-23, 2-24–25, 2-26–27

North Wood County Historical Society, Wisconsin, 4-85

Northern Warfare Training Center, 2-60

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Oakland Relief Committee, 1-44

O'Brien, Lawrence, photo, 4-84

O'Connor, Sandra Day, 1-53

Office of Education, 3-20

Office of Indian Affairs, 2-56

Office of Naval Intelligence, 3-58

Office of the Military Government for Germany, United States Element (OMGUS), records of the, 1-47, 1-49

Official Military Personnel Files, 1-6–11

Ogden, Darius A., 3-38

Oklahoma, 2-57, 3-67

Oklahoma Historical Society, 2-46–47

Old Man and the Sea, The, by Ernest Hemingway, 1-29

Olson, Scott, photo, 3-46

Operation Overlord, 3-47, 3-50, 3-51

Ordway, John, 3-72

Oregon Territory, 4-66

Ornstein, Norman, 1-50, 1-66

"Oscar's Docs," 1-52, 1-71

"Our Mothers Before Us" project, 3-60

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Pacific Commercial Advertiser, 3-34, 3-40

Padgett, Troy, photo, 3-52

Patch, Nathaniel, "The Story of Female Yeomen during the First World War," 3-54–59; photo, 3-59

Patent and Trademark Office, 1-16

Patton, Lt. Gen. George S., Jr., 1-8; photo, 1-8

Pearl Harbor, attack on, 4-49, 4-51

Penn, Lisha B., 2-68

Pennsylvania State Archives, 2-47–48; photo, 2-48

Pennsylvania Turnpike, 2-16

Perkins, Frances, 3-14, 3-17, 3-20, 3-21, 4-25, 4-26; photo, 4-44

Perkins, Max, 1-26

Perry, USS, 1-38, 1-41, 1-43

Persico, Joseph E., 4-24–25; photo, 4-24

Persons, Frank, 3-17, 3-20

Peterson, Pete, 2-11; photo, 2-10

Pfeiffer, David A., "Ike's Interstates at 50," 2-12–19; photo, 2-19

Pfeiffer, David E., and John Vernon, "Beyond the Box Score: Baseball Records in the National Archives," 1-12–21; photo, 1-21

Physicians for freedmen, 2-22–27

Pierce, William, 1-35

Pinkert, Marvin, 1-50

Pleasonton, S., 3-37

Plymouth, North Carolina, 2-26–27

Pond, Lt. John E., 1-42

Pope, John Russell, 4-54, 4-56

Population censuses, 1860, 2-54–59; 1870, 2-54–59; 1880, 2-54–59; 1890, 2-58; 1900, 4-70–71

Portal to Texas History, 3-66

Portland (steamer), 4-68–73

Portland, ME, 4-68

"Portland Gale, The," 4-68

Portland Steamship Company, 4-68

Portnoy, Alisse, Their Right to Speak: Women's Activism in the Indian and Slave Debates, 3-60–61

Potter, Lee Ann, 4-81; and Rebecca Martin, "NARA's Armies of Volunteers," 4-63–67; photo, 4-67

Potts, Grant, 4-85; photo, 4-84

Pratt, Abner, 3-34, 3-35, 3-38–41; photo, 3-36

Pratt, Peggy, photo, 4-66

Preble, USS, 1-38, 1-40, 1-43

"Prelude to McCarthyism: The Making of a Blacklist," by Robert Justin Goldstein, 3-22–33

Preserving the Charters of Freedom (film), 1-51

"President Ford's Washington and the World," 3-67

Presidential libraries, 1-5, 4-57; conferences, 1-23, 1-26, 2-7–11; educational programs, 3-4–5, 3-46–53; exhibits, 1-66, 4-59–61; opened, 2-64; planning for, 2-64; volunteers, 4-64, 4-66–67

President's Temporary Commission on Employee Loyalty, 3-25–26, 3-27–28

Presley, Elvis, 1-8–9; photo, 1-9

"Primarily Teaching," 3-4, 4-80–81

Profiles in Courage, by John F. Kennedy, 2-35

Promise of Barty O'Brien, The (film), 3-8–9

Propaganda, 3-6–10

Public Roads Administration, 2-16–17

Public Vaults exhibition, 2-70

Public Vaults Unlocked: Discovering American History in the National Archives, The, exhibit catalog, 1-70

Public Works Procurement Division, 4-54

Punch card records, 1-56–60

"Pursuing Civic Literacy," by Allen Weinstein, 3-4–5

Putnam, Thomas, "Hemingway on War and Its Aftermath," 1-22–29; photos, 1-29, 2-11; "Revisiting Vietnam," 2-7–11

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Racial discrimination, and the Civilian Conservation Corps, 3-13; and the San Francisco earthquake, 1-39–40

Ramsey, Adm. Bertram H., 3-50; photo, 3-53

Randolph, Edmund, 1-34

Rather, Dan, 2-11; photo, 2-9

Rawlings, George A., 1-16; illus. of invention by, 1-18

Reagan, Nancy, 4-17

Reagan, Ronald, 1-72, 4-16, 4-17, 4-19, 4-22, 4-23, 4-25, 4-26, 4-48

"Reclaiming Pieces of Camelot," by James M. Roth, 2-29–35

Reclassification of records, 2-4–5, 3-42–45

Records acquisition policy, 4-56

Records of Brevet Major General John Frederick Hartranft as Special Provost Marshal for the Trial and Execution of the Assassins of President Lincoln, 2-47–48

Records of Military Agencies Relating to African Americans from the Post–World War I Period to the Korean War, compiled by Lisha B. Penn, 2-68

Records of the Adjutant General's Office, Record Group 94, 1-43

Records of the Bureau of Land Management, Record Group 49, 2-45–46

Records of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Record Group 52, 1-43

Records of the Bureau of Naval Personnel, Record Group 24, 1-43, 3-57

Records of the Chief of Naval Operations, Record Group 38, 3-57, 3-58

Records of the Department of the Navy, Record Group 80, 1-13

Records of the National Park Service, Record Group 79, 1-14, 2-50

Records of the Office of Naval Records and Library, Record Group 45, 1-42, 3-57, 3-58–59

Records of the Office of the Chief of Engineers, Record Group 77, 1-44

Records of the Office of the Chief Signal Officer, Record Group 111, 1-13, 1-44

Records of the Office of the Judge Advocate General (Navy), Record Group 125, 1-42–43

Records of the Office of the Quartermaster General, Record Group 92, 1-44

Records of the Office of War Information, Record Group 208, 1-13

Records of the Secretary of War, Record Group 107, 1-44

Records of the Selective Service System (World War I), Record Group 163, 1-21

Records of the U.S. Coast Guard, Record Group 26, 1-43

Records of the U.S. Customs Service, Record Group 36, 4-7

Records of the U.S. Information Agency, Record Group 306, 1-14

Records of the U.S. Marine Corps, Record Group 127, 1-43

Records of the United States Military Academy, Record Group 404, 2-48

Records of the United States Naval Academy, Record Group 405, 2-50

Records of U.S. Army Continental Commands, 1821–1920, Record Group 393, 1-44, 2-47

Records of U.S. Army Operational, Tactical, and Support Organizations (World War II and thereafter), Record Group 338, 2-68

Records preservation, 1-4–5, 1-67, 3-66, 4-78

Records reconstruction, 1-55–60

Red Scare, 3-23, 3-25

Reece, Carroll, 3-25

Rees, Edward, 3-26

Reese, Harold "Pee Wee," 1-13; photo, 1-12

Registration Affidavits of Alien Enemies and Alien Females for the District of Kansas Under the Presidential Proclamations of November 16, 1917, and April 19, 1918, microfilm publication, 3-68

"Remembering FDR's Leadership," by Curtis Roosevelt, 4-30–39

Rempe, Jessica, photo, 3-52

Rephlo, Mary, 4-79–80; photo, 4-79

"Report on the First Transcontinental Motor Convoy," by E. R. Jackson, 2-15

Republican Party, 1-30, 1-62, 1-63; and federal employee loyalty programs, 3-25, 3-26

Revenue Cutter Service, 1-38, 1-41, 1-43

"Revisiting Vietnam," by Thomas Putnam, 2-7–11

Richard Nixon Library, 2-64, 4-84

Richard Nixon Library and Birthplace Foundation, 2-64

Richardson, Hadley, 1-24

Rita (hurricane), 1-4–5

"Road to Freedom" program, 1-51, 1-53

Road to Freedom: The Freedmen's Bureau Records, The, 1-69

Roberts, Cokie, 1-53

Robeson, Paul, 1-13–14; photo, 1-16

Robinson, Jackie, 1-14

Roosevelt, Ann, photo, 4-30–31

Roosevelt, Christopher duPont, photo, 4-30

Roosevelt, Curtis, photos, 4-30, 4-32, 4-33, 4-34, 4-37, 4-38, 4-39; "Remembering FDR's Leadership," 4-30–39

Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1-62–63, 3-17, 3-20, 3-33, 4-19, 4-26, 4-34, 4-36–39, 4-42, 4-44, 4-75; illus. of statue of, 4-25; movies about, 4-19–20; photos, 4-20, 4-33, 4-35, 4-36, 4-37, 4-45

Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1-62–63; articles about, 4-14–51; "Brain Trust," 4-32; and the Civilian Conservation Corps, 3-13–21, 4-48; and Fala, 4-96; fireside chats, 4-31, 4-39; first hundred days, 4-74–75; and the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, 4-20, 4-56–57; and the "green light letter," 1-21; and highways, 2-16; illus. of memorials to, 4-16, 4-22–27; illus. of statues of, 4-17, 4-22–27; legacy, 4-16–26; memorials to, 4-17, 4-19, 4-23; movies about, 4-19–20; and the National Archives, 4-53–57; and the New Deal, 3-12–21, 4-14, 4-15, 4-22, 4-23–24, 4-25, 4-32, 4-36, 4-44, 4-46–48, 4-49; personality, 4-31–39, 4-41, 4-43–44; photos, 3-15, 4-14, 4-15, 4-18, 4-20, 4-21, 4-30, 4-34, 4-35, 4-36, 4-40, 4-43, 4-44, 4-45, 4-46, 4-48, 4-49, 4-50, 4-51, 4-53, 4-75, 4-96; and Social Security, 4-22, 4-24, 4-46–47; and states' rights, 4-44, 4-46; relationship with Eleanor, 4-34, 4-36–38, 4-42; and the U.S. Supreme Court, 4-46–48; and World War II, 4-17, 4-18, 4-22, 4-23, 4-26, 4-41, 4-48, 4-49–50

Roosevelt, Franklin D., III, photo, 4-30

Roosevelt, Haven, photo, 4-31

Roosevelt, James, photo, 4-37

Roosevelt, John, photo, 4-37

Roosevelt, Sara Delano, photo, 4-20

Roosevelt, Theodore, 4-41–42, 4-48, 4-51; cartoon regarding, 1-14–15

Roosevelt, William Donner, photo, 4-37

"Roosevelt Mythistoricus," by Allen Weinstein, 4-4–5

Roselle, Curt, photo, 4-66

Roth, James M., "Reclaiming Pieces of Camelot," 2-29-35; photo, 2-35

Rouse Simmons (schooner), 4-6–12; photos, 4-9, 4-11

Rowe, Abbie, 1-14

Rowe, James, 4-41

Rubenstein, Howard J., 3-71

Rupp, Elexis, photo, 3-46

Russert, Tim, 1-53

Ruth, Babe, 1-13, 1-14; photo, 1-16

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Sabin, Albert, 4-44

Sailing ships, 4-6–12

Salk, Jonas, 4-44

San Diego Supercomputer Center, 3-65

San Francisco, CA, earthquake of 1906, 1-36–44

Sanders, Kacie, photo, 3-50

Sanford, John, 4-60–61

Savannah, Georgia, 2-22, 2-25

Scalia, Antonin, 1-53

Schaap, Alexander K., 1-17

Schlesinger, Arthur M., Jr., 2-30, 4-17, 4-22, 4-48; photo, 4-22, 4-23

Schmitz, Eugene E., 1-40, 1-44

School of Advanced Military Studies, Fort Leavenworth, KS, 3-48, 3-52

Schrock, Laurel, 4-64

Schuenemann, August, 4-6, 4-8

Schuenemann, Barbara, 4-7, 4-8, 4-9, 4-10

Schuenemann, Herman E., 4-6–12

Schulberg, Sandra, photo, 3-10; "'Selling Democracy'," 3-6–10

Schulberg, Stuart, 3-7–8, 3-10; photo, 3-9

Schulzinger, Robert, 2-9; photo, 2-8

Schwarzenegger, Arnold, photo, 4-67

Scott, Dred, 4-59–61

Scott v. Sandford, 4-59–61

Seamen, hospitals for, 3-34, 3-38, 3-39–41; whalers in the Hawaiian Islands, 3-35, 3-37–41

Search and rescue operations, 2-61

"Seeking 'Precision' in Classifying Records," 3-42–45

Segebrecht, Linda, 3-51

Seibert, William, 1-8

"'Selling Democracy'," by Sandra Schulberg, 3-6–10

"Selling Democracy: Films of the Marshall Plan, 1948–1953," 3-6, 3-8

Severance, Luther, 3-37

Seward, William H., 1-62, 1-63

Shapiro, Nancy, 4-65

Sharp, Marsha, 2-66

Sherman Anti-Trust Act, 1-19–20

Sherr, Ronald N., portrait by, 4-62

Sherwood, Robert, 4-34

Shibe, Benjamin F., 1-16–17

Shoemaker and the Hatter, The (film), 3-9

Short, Bob, photo, 1-17

Showalter, Al, photo, 4-66

Silvermaster, Nathan Gregory, photo, 3-26

Skelton, Win, 4-67

"Slavery on Trial: Long Road to Freedom," by Donald Holloway, 4-58–61

"Slavery on Trial: Long Road to Freedom" (exhibit), 4-59–61

Sled dogs, 2-60–61

Smith, Alfred E., 4-43–44

Smith, John, photo, 1-5

Smith, Richard Norton, 3-67; photo, 3-67

Smith, Lt. Gen. Walter Bedell, 3-50; photo, 3-53

Smith-Mundt Act, 3-6

Smiths and the Robinsons, The (film), 3-9

Smithsonian Institution, 1-53

Social Security, 4-22, 4-24, 4-46–47

Society for the National Archives, 4-85

Society of American Archivists, 4-79–80

Sogge, Capt. George E., 4-9

Soldiers and Sled Dogs: A History of Military Dog Mushing, by Charles L. Dean, 2-60–61

Sorensen, Theodore, photo, 2-10, 2-11

Southern Claims Commission Approved Claims, 1871–1880; Virginia, microfilm publication, 2-68–69

Soviet Military Government for Germany, 1-49

Soviet Union, 3-24–25

Spanish Civil War, 1-26–27

Spanish Land Grant Archives, 2-45–46

Speaker, Tris, 1-13

Speakman, Joseph M., "Into the Woods: The First Year of the Civilian Conservation Corps," 3-12–21; photo, 3-21

Stagg, James, 3-51

Stalin, Joseph, 2-37, 4-34; photos, 2-38, 4-48

Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, 3-60

Stanwich, Maria Carosa, 1-51

Stapleton, Jean, 4-20

Stapp, Philip, 3-9

State parks, 3-14–15, 3-21

State transportation departments, 2-14, 2-15, 2-16

States' rights, 4-44, 4-46

Statistics of the Population of the United States, The, 2-59

Steedman, Gen. James B., 2-24

Steinke, Dave, 1-52–53

Stern, Gary M., 2-33

Stevens, George, 1-52, 1-71

Stevenson, Adlai, 4-42

Stone, Harlan Fiske, 4-46

"Story of Female Yeomen during the First World War, The," by Nathaniel Patch, 3-54–59

Stoughton, Cecil, photo by, 2-42

"Strictly Unclassified," by Allen Weinstein, 2-4–5

Struggle for Men's Minds (film), 3-9

Stuart, Robert Y., 3-14, 3-15–16

Subversive organizations, 3-23–33

Sullivan, Patricia, photo, 4-66

Sun Also Rises, The, by Ernest Hemingway, 1-25, 1-26

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Taft, William Howard, 1-40, 1-44

Taney, Roger B., 4-59–61

Teaching American History grants, 3-4

Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln, by Doris Kearns Goodwin, 1-62–63

Tedder, Air Chief Marshal Arthur W., 3-50; photo, 3-53

Tennessee, 2-26

Texas, 1-4, 1-5, 3-66, 3-67

Their Right to Speak: Women's Activism in the Indian and Slave Debates, by Alisse Portnoy, 3-60–61

Third Reich, 1-47, 1-48, 1-49

Thomas, Jesse, 4-60

"Thoughts in a Time of Crisis," 1-72

Thucydides Mythistoricus, by F. M. Cornford, 4-4

Time magazine, 4-17, 4-23

Tolson, Clyde, 3-30

Topps Chewing Gum Company, 1-19–20

Toronto Star, 1-24

"Trains: Tracks of the Iron Horse" (exhibit), 1-66

Transfer of German Archives Agreement, 1-47

Tressler, Georg, 3-8

Truman, Harry S., 1-8, 2-37, 2-41, 3-5, 3-51, 4-20, 4-25; and loyalty programs, 3-23, 3-24, 3-25–26, 3-27–28, 3-29, 3-31; and the Marshall Plan, 3-6; photos, 2-38, 3-7, 3-22, 3-27, 3-28

Truman administration and loyalty programs, 3-23

Truman Institute, 3-5, 3-51

Tugwell, Rexford, photos, 3-15, 4-43

Turrill, Joel, 3-35–36

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Udell, Marine Lt. Fred A., 1-41, 1-42

Union Pacific Locomotive 4141, 1-66; photo, 1-66

United Nations, 4-20, 4-51

U.S. Air Force, 2-4, 2-61, 3-43, 3-44, 3-45

U.S. Army, and the Civilian Conservation Corps, 3-15–16, 3-17, 3-18, 3-19–21; enlistment records, 1-55–60; and the San Francisco earthquake, 1-38, 1-39, 1-43–44; search and rescue operations, 2-60–61; use of sled dogs, 2-60–61

U.S. Army Signal Corps, 1-39, 1-41, 1-44

U.S. circuit courts, 4-69-71

United States Colored Troops, 3-68, 3-69

U.S. Congress, and federal aid to highways, 2-14, 2-16, 2-17-18; women's petitions to, 3-60–61

U.S. Constitution, 1-30–35

U.S. Court of Private Land Claims, 2-46

U.S. Department of Defense, pre-accessioned records of the, 2-64; records opened, 1-7; service records, 3-57

U.S. Department of Energy, 3-44

U.S. Department of Justice, and the Attorney General's List of Subversive Organizations, 3-23, 3-24, 3-27, 3-28-33; Criminal Division, 3-29–31; and John F. Kennedy papers, 2-29, 2-30, 2-31, 2-32–33

U.S. Department of Labor, 3-14, 3-16, 3-17

U.S. Department of State, and the Hawaiian Islands, 3-34–41; and records reclassification, 3-43; use of the Attorney General's List of Subversive Organizations, 3-23

U.S. Department of the Treasury, 1-14, 3-23, 3-30, 3-37, 3-38

U.S. district courts, 4-8, 4-68, 4-82

U.S. House of Representatives, 3-70; Civil Service Committee, 3-25; Committee on Un-American Activities (HUAC), 3-24, 3-25, 3-30

United States Information Agency, 1-14

U.S. Marine Corps, personnel, 1-7, 1-10; and the San Francisco earthquake, 1-38, 1-40, 1-42, 1-43; women reservists, 3-56

U.S. Military Academy, archives, 2-44, 2-48; photos, 2-48, 2-49

United States Naval Academy, William W. Jeffries Memorial Archives, 2-50

U.S. Navy, 3-34; personnel, 1-7, 1-10; and the San Francisco earthquake, 1-38, 1-39, 1-42–43; and women, 3-54–59

U.S. Office of Military Government in Germany, 3-8, 3-10

U.S. Office of Personnel Management, 3-67

U.S. Office of the Surveyor General of New Mexico, 2-45–46

U.S. Senate, 3-70

U.S. Supreme Court, 3-28; and baseball, 1-18–19; and FDR, 4-46–48; and slavery, 4-59–61

U.S. Surveyor General, 2-46

Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 4-20

University of California at San Diego, 3-65

University of North Texas, 3-66

Using Civilian Records in the National Archives in Washington, DC, Area for Genealogical Research, 2-68

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Valenti, Jack, 2-7; photo, 2-11

Van Nuys, Francis, photo, 4-66

vanden Heuvel, William, "FDR's Place in History," 4-40–51

Vanech, A. Devitt, 3-25–26, 3-29, 3-30; photo, 3-27

Vegetable gardens for Freedmen's Hospitals, 2-25–26

Vernon, John, "Beyond the Box Score: Baseball Records in the National Archives," 1-12–21; photo, 1-21

Veterans and the Civilian Conservation Corps, 3-16–17

"Vietnam and the Presidency" (conference), 2-7–11

Vietnam war, 2-7–11, 2-32

"VIPs in Uniform: A Look at the Military Files of the Famous and Famous-to-Be," by Ellen Fried, 1-6–11

Virginia, 2-68–69, 2-70

Vogt-O'Connor, Diane, "NARA's Oldest Partnerships: Affiliated Archives," 2-44–52; photo, 2-52

Volkman, Yeoman Rose, 3-56

Voorhees, Alan, 2-70

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Wagner, George, photo, 1-46

Wagner, Robert F., photo, 4-44

Wagner Act, 4-46–47

Walch, Tim, 4-74

Walgreens, 2-71

Walker, Capt. M. L., 1-44

Wallace, Henry A., 4-37; photos, 3-15, 4-43

Walton, Bill, photo, 1-25

War, The, 2-70

War crimes, records relating to, 3-65

War Department, 3-14, 3-15–16, 3-18

Ward, Geoffrey C., 4-20, 4-23; photo, 4-23

Warm Springs Foundation, 4-43

Warner, Robert M., photos, 1-51, 4-19

Washington, George, 2-37

Washington, Reginald, 2-68

Washington National Records Center, 1-49, 3-64

Washington Post, 3-28, 3-33; cartoon from, 1-14–15

Washington Territory, 2-54, 2-56, 2-57

Water supplies in emergencies, 1-39

Way We Worked, The, exhibit catalog, 1-68, 1-70

"We the People" ten-dollar bill, 2-64–65

Web sites, Cybercemetery for, 3-66

Weidman, Budge, 4-66

Weinstein, Allen, 1-50, 1-66, 1-67, 2-8, 2-35, 2-64, 2-65, 2-66, 3-48, 3-65, 3-66, 3-67, 4-64, 4-79, 4-80, 4-81, 4-85; "After a Disaster: The National Archives as 'First Preserver'," 4-5; photos, 1-4, 1-5, 1-51, 1-66, 1-67, 2-8, 2-65, 3-4, 4-80, 4-81, 4-84; "Pursuing Civic Literacy," 3-4–5; and records declassification, 2-4–5, 3-42, 3-43, 3-44, 3-45; "Roosevelt Mythistoricus," 4-4–5; "Strictly Unclassified," 2-4–5

Weissberg, Marvin F., 2-71

Wester, Paul, Jr., photo, 2-64

Western Europe, 3-6–10

Whaling, 3-35-36, 3-40

Whearty, Raymond, 3-29

Wheeler, Tom, 1-70, 2-70, 3-70, 3-71, 4-84; photos, 1-70, 4-84

"When an American City Is Destroyed," by Rebecca Livingston, 1-36–44

White, Robert, 2-30, 2-31, 2-32–33

White, Theodore, 2-30, 2-34

"White House Decision Center," Truman Library, 3-5, 3-48, 3-51

Whitney, Henry M., 3-34

Whitsun Holiday (film), 3-9

Whitten, John C., 4-70

Wildman, Capt. Leonard D., 1-41

Wilkinson, Capt. Henry B., photo, 3-14

William G. McGowan Charitable Fund, Inc., 1-51

Williams, Brian, 2-8, 2-9; photo, 2-10

Williams, Ted, photo, 1-17

Wilson, Ian, 1-67; photo, 1-67

Wilson, Tom, 3-9

Wilson, Woodrow, 3-68, 4-42, 4-51

Wisconsin Historical Society, 4-10

Without Fear (film), 3-9

Wolfe, Robert, 1-49

Wolff, Tobias, 1-24

Women, early political activism by, 3-60–61; and New Deal programs, 3-17; in World War I, 3-54–59;yeomen, 3-54–59

Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, 1-55–60

Work relief, 3-13–21

World War I, alien enemy registrations, 3-68; and Ernest Hemingway, 1-23, 1-25–26; women's role in, 3-55–59

World War II, and baseball, 1-14, 1-21; German records, 1-48–49; learning about, 3-46–53; records relating to Germany, 1-49; and Roosevelt, 4-14–15, 4-17, 4-18, 4-22, 4-23, 4-26, 4-41, 4-48, 4-49–50

"World War II Army Enlistment Records File and Access to Archival Databases, The," by Theodore J. Hull, 1-54–60

World War II Enlistment Records: Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, 2002, 1-57

World Wide Web, Kennedy Library project to provide materials on the, 3-65

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Yeatman, James, 2-24

Yellowstone National Park, 2-50

Yeomen, women, 3-54–59

Young, Navy Lt. Lucien, 1-40, 1-42

Young, Marilyn, photo, 2-8

Young Founders Society, 2-70

Your Eighty Dollars (film), 3-9

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