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Records of Office of Education (Record Group 12)
less than 1 cubic foot
Refiles from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Veterans Administration (Record Group 15)
9 cubic feet
Refiles from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Old Military and Civil Records Staff, 202-357-5396.

Records of the Bureau of Ships (Record Group 19)
11 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
1 cubic foot
Refiles from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Old Military and Civil Records Staff, 202-357-5396.

Records of the Bureau of Naval Personnel (Record Group 24)
2 cubic feet
Refiles from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Office of Management and Budget (Record Group 51)
1 cubic foot
Refiles from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

General Records of the Department of the Treasury (Record Group 56)
97 cubic feet
National Advisory Council Staff Committee Meeting Minutes, 1971–76; National Advisory Council Subject Files, 1945–61; National Advisory Council Documents 1–671; National Advisory Council Document 128. Originals used in preparation of Supplements 1–86; National Advisory Council Document 900 and Supplements, 1975–76; National Advisory Council Staff Committee Minutes and Agenda, 1975–76 Materials security classified.

National Advisory Council Actions, 1971. Materials unprocessed.

[Office of Industrial Nations and Global Analyses] Records Relating to Portugal, Italy, and Spain, 1976–81; Case Files of the Alaska Housing Program, 1949–67; Foreign Portfolio Investment Project Subject Files, 1974–76; National Advisory Council on International Monetary and Financial Policies Reference Files Relating to Loans Issued by the Inter-American Development Bank, 1960–66; [Depty. Asst. Sec. for Developing Nations Finance] Chronological Files Relating to Brazil, 1975–81; [East-West Economic Policy] Briefing Books, 1948–80; [Assistant General Counsel] Subject Files Relating to the East-West Trade Board, 1963–79; Correspondence Relating to the Fiscal Service, 1930–75; Records Relating to the National Advisory Council on International Monetary and Financial Problems, 1960–65; Central Files of the Assistant General Counsel, 1951; Subject Files Relating to International Air Transportation, 1965–78; Files Relating to the Expropriation of United States Companies, 1971–76; Files Relating to Westinghouse Electric Corporation Freedom of Information Act Request, 1969–76; Briefing Books Relating to International Monetary and Financial Policies, 1960–76; National Advisory Council on International Monetary and Financial Policies Reference Files Relating to Loans and Credits Issued by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, 1947–66. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301–837–3480.

General Records of the Department of State (Record Group 59)
254 cubic feet
Records of the Office of OES/SCT, 1978–; Records of the Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs, 1975–80; Records of the Office of EUR, 1945–80; Records of the Office of Deputy Secretary of State Warren Christopher 1977–80; Records of the Office of EB/ITC/OCA/STC 1958-1978; Records of the Office of EB 1963–82; Records of the Office of EB/IFD/BP, 1960–80; Records of the Office of ARA, 1968–80; Executive Secretariat - Policy Planning Subject Files, October 1973–January 20, 1977; Records of OES/NEC, 1977–80; Records of the Office of OES/EHC, OES/ENR & OES/E, 1970–81; Records of A/IM/FPC, 1968–72; Records of the Office of EB/TD, 1960–81; Records of the Office of H, 1977–80. Materials security classified and unprocessed.

Country Files, 1946–54. Materials open. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

General Records of the Department of Justice (Record Group 60)
108 cubic feet
Refiles from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and some security classified.

Class 88 Litigation Case Files; Class 130 Enclosures; Class 130 Litigation Case Files; Class 126 Enclosures; Class 125 Enclosures; Class 124 Litigation Case Files; Class 105 Litigation Case Files (*no enclosures); Class 122 Enclosures; Class 122 Litigation Case Files; Class 88 Enclosures; Class 126 Litigation Case Files; Class 124 Enclosures; Class 125 Litigation Case Files; Class 105 Litigation Case Files; Class 109 Enclosures; Class 109 Litigation Case Files. Materials open. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (Record Group 65)
216 cubic feet
FBI Case Files Pertaining to Civil Unrest and Disturbances (Racial Matters). Materials security classified.

Transfer of FBIHQ case files re: investigations of Violations of Civil Rights Act of 1964, 1964–78; transfer of FBI field office case files re: investigation of civil rights violations, 1964–78; transfer of San Antonio Office case files re: investigation of Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., 1968–78. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Bureau of Ordnance (Record Group 74)
138 cubic feet
Refiles from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Food and Drug Administration (Record Group 88)
1 cubic foot
Refiles from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Office of the Surgeon General (Army) (Record Group 112)
117 cubic feet
Refiles from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the U.S. Marine Corps (Record Group 127)
256 cubic feet
Refiles from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Agricultural Marketing Service (Record Group 136)
6 cubic feet
Mixed files, 1850–1977. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of Federal Communications Commission (Record Group 173)
4 cubic feet
Refiles from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the U.S. Maritime Commission (Record Group 178)
4 cubic feet
Refiles from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Old Military and Civil Records Staff, 202-357-5396.

Records of Civil Aeronautics Board (Record Group 197)
4 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and some security classified. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

General Records of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (Record Group 207)
158 cubic feet
Reports Relating to the Alaska Housing Program; General Subject Files, 1948–61; Minutes of Regular and Special Meetings of the Board of Commissioners of the Alaska Housing Authority, 1949–56; Records Relating to the Federal Inter-Agency Alaskan Development Committee, 1947–49; News clippings Relating to the Alaska Housing Program, 1949–51; Correspondence Relating to Alaska Housing Projects, 1956–64; Records of Operating Instructions and Procedures, 1948–52; Alaska Representative Files, 1949–51; Photographs, Blueprints, and Application Documents of Selected Housing Projects, 1950–52; Records Relating to Alaska Legislation, 1948–52. Materials open. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff (Record Group 218)
2 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Federal Aviation Administration (Record Group 237)
6 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of U.S. Occupation Headquarters, World War II (Record Group 260)
260 cubic feet
Inspector General Section, Complaint Files, 1948–51; Engineer Section, General Correspondence, 1950–51; Public Relations Division, Press and Publications Analysis, 1951–54; Public Relations Division, Press Releases, 1948–53; Public Relations Division, General Correspondence, 1953–55; Judge Advocate Section, Summary Courts Martial Files, 1950; Judge Advocate Section, Special Courts Martial Case Files, 1945–52; Inspector General Section, Subject Files, 1948–55; 7689th Headquarters Co., Publication Record Set, 1951–55; Inspector General Section, Police Reports, 1948; Quartermaster Section, General Correspondence, 1948–52; Special Service Section, General Correspondence, 1949–50; Provost Marshal Section, General Correspondence, 1950–53; Adjutant General Section, Communications and Records Branch, General Correspondence, 1947–54; Adjutant General Section, Machine Records Branch, Monthly Strength Reports, 1950–54; Adjutant General Section, Correspondence From Headquarters, 1945;

Adjutant General Section, Weekly Intelligence Surveys, 1947–50; Adjutant General Section, Monthly Operations Reports, 1947–48; Inspector General Section, Reports of Investigation, 1946–55; Headquarters, Tactical Command, General Correspondence, 1954–55; 7688th Headquarters Detachment, Publications Record Set, 1954; 7610th Headquarters Co., Publications Record Set, 1949; 7610th Headquarters Co., General Correspondence, 1950; 430th CIC Detachment, Security Inspection, 1945; 430th CIC Detachment, General Correspondence, 1948–55; Headquarters, Vienna Area Command, Adjutant General Division, Publications Record Set, 1946–48; Headquarters, Vienna Area Command, Reports of Operations in Vienna, 1945–48; Ordnance Section, General Correspondence, 1948–53; Headquarters, Vienna Area Command, General Correspondence, 1946–50; Ordnance Section, Publications Record Set, 1948; Transportation Section, Administration Files, 1953; Surgeon Section, Subject Files, 1948–53;

Signal Section, General Correspondence, 1951–52; Quartermaster Section, Daily Logs, 1948; Quartermaster Section, Subject Files, 1948–50; Quartermaster Section, Historical Reports, 1949; Adjutant General Section, Planning Exercise Records, 1948; Headquarters, Vienna Area Command, Subject Correspondence, 1946–47; G-1, Industrial Accident Case Report Files, 1950; Adjutant General Section, Statistical Files, 1948-50; G-2, Intelligence Bulletins, 1945–50; G-2, Intelligence Summaries, 1945–51; G-2, Periodic Intelligence Reports, 1946–53; G-2, General Correspondence, 1948–54; G-2, Special Reports, 1945–51; G-2, Weeka Austria, 1948–51; G-2 Civilian Censorship Records, 1946–49; G-2, Memorandums for the Record, 1946-49; G-2, Reports, 1945–54; HQ Command, Comptroller, Statistical Branch, General Statistical Files, 1951; HQ Command, Comptroller, Reports, 1945-50; HQ Command, Comptroller, Annual Management Survey, 1950–53; HQ Command, Comptroller, Management Improvement Files, 1953; HQ Command, Comptroller, General Correspondence, 1948–50; Headquarters Command, Subject Files, 1944–54;

Headquarters Command, Publications Record Set, 1943–49; Headquarters Command, General Correspondence, 1946–50; G-2, Subject Files, 1947-48; G-4, Statistical Files, 1950; 7790th Headquarters Co., Publication Record Set, 1948; Adjutant General Section, Budget Estimates, 1947–49; Adjutant General Section, Reports of Survey Findings, 1950; Adjutant General Section, Historical Reports, 1950; Adjutant General Section, Marriage Files; Adjutant General Section, Publication Record Set, 1945–55; Adjutant General Section, Message File, 1945–51; G-2, Administration Files, 1945–51; G-4, Budget and Logistical Records, 1949; Adjutant General Section, Command Report Files, 1944–54; G-4, General Correspondence, 1949–50; G-3, History Branch, Historical Reports, 1944–55; G-3, Training, Information, and Education Branch, Training Administration Files, 1950–53; G-3, Training, Information, and Education Branch, USFA Sentinel, 1950–54; G-3, Training, Information, and Education Branch, Subject Files, 1951; G-3, Training, Information, and Education Branch, Monthly Program Summaries, 1950; G-3, After Action Reports, 1944–45; G-3, Saalfelden Incident, 1951; Adjutant General Section, General Correspondence, 1945–54; 7689th Headquarters Co., General Correspondence, 1951–52. Materials open. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Securities and Exchange Commission (Record Group 266)
22 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the U.S. Information Agency (Record Group 306)
291 cubic feet
Refiles from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed

Biographic files relating to USIA Directors and other Senior Officials, 1953–2000; miscellaneous files, 1953–99; U.S. Information Service Posts Publications, 1953–99. Materials open. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of Office of Secretary of Defense (Record Group 330)
10 cubic feet
Refiles from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of Interservice Agencies (Record Group 334)
1 cubic foot
Refiles from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Office of the Chief of Transportation (Record Group 336)
1 cubic foot
Refiles from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of U.S. Army Commands, 1942– (Record Group 338) 231 cubic feet Refiles from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed.

Personnel and Administration Division, A-1 66 Publication Record Set, 1970–71; Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff, Comptroller, A-1 65 Organization Planning Files, 1966–68; A-1 64 Field Experiment Control Files, 1963–65; U.S. Army Combat Developments Command Experimentation Command, A-1 63 Field Experiment Case Files, 1964–73; U.S. Army Special Warfare Combat Developments Agency, A-1 62 Security Information Exchange Files, 1965–66; U.S. Army Special Warfare Agency, A-1 61 Publication Record Set, 1963–67; U.S. Army Combat Developments Command Intelligence Control Systems Group, A-1 59 Subject Files, 1967–73; General Combat Development Files, 1962–72; U.S. Army Infantry Agency, A-1 56 Subject Files, 1963–71; Publication Background Files, 1962–69; U.S. Army Chemical-Biological-Radiological Agency, A-1 54 Subject Files, 1967–72; U.S. Army Aviation Agency, A-1 53 Publication Record Set, 1969–73; U.S. Army Artillery Agency, A-1 52 Publication Record Set, 1966–73;

U.S. Army Armor Agency, A-1 51 Subject Files, 1964–72; U.S. Army Air Defense Agency, A-1 50 Subject Files, 1967-1970; U.S. Army Combat Systems Group, A-1 49 Publication Record Set, 1969–73; U.S. Army Combat Support Group, A-1 48A Subject Files, 1971–73; U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Combat Developments Agency, A-1 58 Publication Record Set, 1964–66; Combat Service Support Division, Publication Background Files, 1962–70; Office of the Comptroller, Organization Planning Files, 1962–72; Tenth Army, Awards Files, 1944–45; Seventh Army, Awards Files, 1943–45; Sixth Army, Awards Files, 1944–45; Office of the Inspector General, Inspection and Investigation Files, 1965–72; Directorate of Organization, Table of Organization and Evaluation Files, 1968; Electronics Division, Combat Development Study Files, 1963–71; Office of the Civilian Advisor, Civilian Personnel Administration Program Files, 1962–66; Combat Development Files, 1962–68; A-1 48 Publication Record Set, 1966–72;

Historical Reference File, 1928–69; Studies Concerning the Organization of the United States Forces, European Theater (USFET), 1945; Historian's Source File Relating to the Supply of the Army During World War II, 1941–46; Historian's Source File of World War II Manuscripts, 1944–45; Historical Division, Historian's Source Files, 1962; U.S. Army Engineer Agency, A-1 55. Publication Record Set, 1968–71; Publications and Orders Branch, Publication Record Set, 1962-1972; Field Operations Division, Combat Development Study Files, 1962–66; Third Army, Awards Files, 1941–46; U.S. Army Intelligence Agency, A-1 57 Publication Record Set, 1966–70; Fourth Army Awards Files, 1943–46; U.S. Army Transportation Agency, A-1 47 Management Files, 1969–71; Second Army Awards Files, 1943-1946; First Army, Awards Files, 1944–55; Information Office, Subject Files, 1962–66; Institute of Combined Arms and Support, Publication Record Set, 1965–67; Institute of Land Combat, Publication Record Set, 1967–73;

General Administration Records, 1967–72; Annual Historical Summary Files, 1966–69; Concepts and Force Design Group, Individual Military Award Files, 1972–73; Fifth Army, Awards Files, 1943–45; U.S. Army Finance Agency, A-1 44 Publication Record Set, 1964–66; U.S. Army Military Police Agency, A-1 45 Subject Files, 1967–71; U.S. Army Supply Agency, A-1 46 Subject Files, 1968–73; U.S. Army Chaplain Agency, A-1 43 Doctrinal Media Formulation Files, 1964–67; Institute of Nuclear Studies, Publications Record Set, 1966–72; U.S. Personnel and Administrative Services Agency, A-1 42 General Orders, 1967–71; U.S. Army Adjutant General's Combat Developments Agency, A-1 41 General Orders, 1963–67; U.S. Army Combat Developments Command Personnel and Logistics Systems Group, Publication Record Set, 1968–72; Office of the Program and Budget Director, Organization Planning Files, 1965–66; Institute of Systems Analysis, Publication Record Set, 1967–68. Materials open. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of U.S. Air Force Commands, Activities, and Organizations (Record Group 342)
4 cubic feet
Refiles from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Naval Air Systems Command (Record Group 343)
1 cubic foot
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and some security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Naval Ship System Command (Record Group 344)
17 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and some security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the U.S. Travel and Tourism Administration (Record Group 377)
less than 1 cubic foot
Refiles from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Chief of Naval Material (Record Group 384)
1 cubic foot
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials Unprocessed and security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Federal Highway Administration (Record Group 406)
2 cubic feet
Refiles from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Adjutant General's Office, 1917– (Record Group 407)
1 cubic foot
World War II Operations Reports, 1940–48, boxes 18,840 and 23,882. Materials open. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Environmental Protection Agency (Record Group 412)
2 cubic feet
Refiles from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (Record Group 420)
1 cubic foot
Records relating to Anaconda Company and Chile Cooper Company. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

General Records of the Department of the Navy, 1947– (Record Group 428)
29 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (Record Group 431)
2 cubic feet
Refiles from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

General Records of the Department of Education (Record Group 441)
27 cubic feet
National Advisory Committee on Accreditation and Institutional Eligibility, 9/1968–5/1992. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.

Records of the Defense Mapping Agency (Record Group 456)
2 cubic feet
Refiles from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of U.S. Pacific Command (Record Group 529)
2 cubic feet
Annual transfer from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed and security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of the United States Army Materiel Command (Record Group 544)
9 cubic feet
Refiles from the Washington National Records Center. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.

Records of General Headquarters, Far East Command, Supreme Commander Allied Powers, and United Nations Command (Record Group 554)
146 cubic feet
U.S. Army Forces in Korea, G-3, Operations Journals, 1948; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, G-3, Subject Files, 1945–49; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, G-4, Correspondence Files, 1948–49; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, Signal Corps, Cryptographic Reports,1943–49; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, U.S.-U.S.S.R. Joint Commission on Korea, Subject Files, 1945–47; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, G-3, U.S.-Soviet Relations, 1947–48; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, UN Temporary Commission on Korea, Subject Files, 1947–48; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, Quartermaster Corps, Death Records,1946–49; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, Special Services, Civilian Correspondence,1948–49; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, Surgeon's Office, Statistical Reports, 1945–49; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, Finance Department, Subject Files, 1947–49; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, Finance Department, Fund Council Books , 1947–49; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, Finance Department, Budget Estimates, 1949–51;

U.S. Army Forces in Korea, Army Exchange Service, Correspondence File, 1948; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, Purchasing and Contracts Office, Contracts Completed,1948–49; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, AG, Radio Message Logs, 1947–49; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, Post Engineers, Subject Files,1947–49; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, Real Estate Division, Property Records, 1945–49; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, U.S. Army Office of Military Government, Subject Files, 1944–49; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, Post Engineers, Property Turnovers, 1946–48; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, U.S. Army Office of Military Government, Korean Political and Legal Matters, 1944–48; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, U.S. Army Office of Military Government, Department of Transportation Files, 1947–48; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, U.S. Army Office of Military Government, Department of Justice Docket Files, 1946–48; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, UN Temporary Commission on Korea, 1947–48;

U.S. Army Forces in Korea, AG, Publications Records Set, 1944–49; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, U.S. Army Office of Military Government, Public Relations Files, 1946–48; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, Inspector General, Subject Files, 1946–49; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, Judge Advocate General, Records of Courts Martial, 1944–49; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, G-3, Operations Reports, 1945–49; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, AG, General Correspondence Files, 1944–49; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, Special Troops, Subject Files, 1948–49; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, Signal Corps, Subject Files, 1946–51; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, Office of the Commandant, General Correspondence Files, 1943–48; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, G-1, Unit History, 1948; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, G-2, Periodic Reports, 1946–48; U.S. Army Forces in Korea, AG, Radio Messages, 1945–49.Materials reallocated from Record Group 338. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.



Electronic Records

Records of the Bureau of the Census (Record Group 29)
approximately 106,993,577 logical data records
Decennial Census of Population and Housing, 2000: 108th Congressional District Summary Files (100% and Sample files) (18,303,480 logical data records). Decennial Census of Population and Housing Summary File 3 (state files) (86,759,134 logical data records). Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP), 1984 (1,930,963 logical data records). Materials open. Contact Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470 or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Farm Credit Administration (Record Group 103)
464,415 logical data records
Consolidated Reporting System (CRS), 1960–88 (464,415 logical data records). Materials partially open. Contact Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470 or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts (Record Group 116)
4,415,978 logical data records
COURTAN System, 1982–92. (4,415,978 logical data records). Materials restricted. Contact Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470 or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Office of the Secretary of Defense (Record Group 330)
1,279,141 logical data records
Foreign Military Sales, FY 1950–FY 2002 (1,279,141 logical data records). Materials restricted. Contact Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470 or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

General Records of the Department of the Navy (Record Group 428)
1,876,840 logical data records
Awards Information Management System (AIMS), July 15, 1988–March 25, 2004 (1,876,840 logical data records). Materials partially restricted. Contact Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470 or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

General Records of the Department of Education (Record Group 441)
2,527,919 logical data records
National Postsecondary Student Aid Study, 1986–87, 1989–90, 1992–93 (2,527,919 logical data records). Materials partially restricted. Contact Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470 or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Record Group 442)
136,601 logical data records
Tuberculosis Surveillance Public Use Files, 1995–99 (136,601 logical data records). Materials open. Contact Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470 or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Department of Agency for Health Care Policy and Research Cluster(s) (Record Group 510)
15,509 logical data records Medical Expenditure Panel Survey, 1999, Household Component, Panel 4 Round 1 Population Characteristics (MEPS HC-013) (15,409 logical data records). Materials open. Contact Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records at 301-837-0470 or e-mail cer@nara.gov.



Special Media

Records of the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (Record Group 38)
less than 1 cubic foot
Accessioned from the Naval Underseas Warfare Technical Center were three audio recordings documenting the sinking of the Japanese submarine I-52 off the Florida coast on June 23, 1944, by U.S. Navy aircraft. The audio recordings are of air-to-ground communications during the engagement. Material open and processed. Accession: NN3-038-04-005.

Records of the Department of Justice (Record Group 60)
19 cubic feet
Received from the DOJ Audiovisual Media Section were approximately 60,000 photographs in five separate series that document the overall activities and operations of the DOJ, 1928–93, with gaps. There is photographic coverage of speeches, presentations, meetings, ceremonies, committees, congressional hearings, facilities, and investigations. The series also contains bust portraits and group portraits of agency personnel, Attorneys General, and U.S. Presidents. Materials open and processed. Accession: NN3-060-01-003.

Records of the Central Intelligence Agency (Record Group 263)
2 cubic feet
This series consists of two three-dimensional models: a "Type 11B ICBM Launch Site," 1965, and the "Hanoi Hilton POW Camp," ca. 1972. Materials open and processed. Accession: NN3-263-01-001.

Records of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (Record Group 370)
13 cubic feet
Received from NOAA's Woods Hole Northeast Fisheries Science Center were 42 motion pictures documenting operations and activities of the Center, 1955–80 with gaps. Included is film coverage of various research vessels such as the Albatross III and IV during construction, launching, and while on scientific cruises to perform surveys of groundfish, fish behavior, plankton, and dolphins among other activities. There is also documentation of the construction and dedication of the Woods Hole Laboratory and Aquarium buildings, and the tenth anniversary celebration of the Joint Fisheries Research project between the USA and USSR. Materials open and processed. Accession: NN3-370-04-003.

Records of the Defense Intelligence Agency (Record Group 373)
1,710 cubic feet
This series of aerial photographic film, 1940–70, consists of 38 accessions of vertical and oblique sequential photographic negatives in roll format. Both urban and rural areas of the United States are represented with emphasis on coastal and navigable inland harbors and waterways, military installations, and airfields throughout the country. The coverage for areas of the world outside the United States is concentrated on areas of World War II and immediate postwar U.S. military activities and facilities. Materials open and processed. Accessions: NN3-373-04-091 through NN3-373-04-129.

Records of the National Imagery and Mapping Agency (Record Group 537)
1 cubic foot
This series consists of a single large map, "Space Shuttle Disaster Map", showing the location of debris from the explosion of Space Shuttle Columbia on February 1, 2003. The map base has the appearance of an aerial photograph on which are plotted the intended shuttle flight path, boundary lines of counties in Texas and Louisiana over which debris was spread, and over 60,000 individual dot symbols that indicate the location of shuttle debris pieces. Material open and processed. Accession: NN3-537-04-002.

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All records are open for research unless noted otherwise.

National Archives at Anchorage
Contact archival operations, 907-261-7820
No report this period.


National Archives at Atlanta
Contact archival operations, 770-968-2100.

Records of the Office of Education (Record Group 12)
48 cubic feet
Education Branch of the Office of Civil Rights, Atlanta, GA. Emergency school assistance program records, 1971–73, for the states of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
342 cubic feet

Federal courts in Alabama:
Southern District of Alabama, Mobile Division. Civil case files, 1978–79.

Federal courts in Florida:
Middle District of of Florida, Tampa Division. Bankruptcy case files, 1979, and dockets, 1973.
Middle District of Florida, Orlando Division. Civil case files, 1979.
Northern District of Florida, Jacksonville Division. Bankruptcy case files, 1975–79.
Northern District of Florida, Tallahassee Division. Civil case files, 1979.
Southern District of Florida, Miami Division. Adversary proceedings, 1979, and bankruptcy index cards, 1960–85

Federal Courts in Georgia:
Southern District of Georgia, Augusta Division. Civil case files, 1977.
Southern District of Georgia, Brunswick Division. Civil case files, 1979–81 and criminal case files, 1979.
Southern District of Georgia, Savannah Division. Criminal case files, 1979.

Federal Courts in Kentucky:
Western District of Kentucky, Jackson Division. Civil and criminal case files, 1978–79.
Western District of Kentucky, Louisville Division. Civil case files, 1978–79, and criminal case files, 1979.
Western District of Kentucky, Owensboro Division. Civil case files, 1979.
Western District of Kentucky, Paducah Division. Civil case files, 1960–79.

Federal Courts in Mississippi:
Northern District of Mississippi, Aberdeen Division. Bankruptcy dockets, 1966–79, bankruptcy case files, 1978–79, and civil case files, 1972-79.
Northern District of Mississippi, Clarksdale Division. Civil case files, 1978–79.
Northern District of Mississippi, Greenville Division. Bankruptcy dockets, 1966–79, and civil case files, 1978–79.
Northern District of Mississippi, Oxford Division. Bankruptcy dockets, 1961–79, civil case files, 1978–79, and criminal case files, 1977–79.
Southern District of Mississippi, Biloxi Division. Civil and criminal case files, 1978–79.
Southern District of Mississippi, Hattiesburg Division. Civil case files, 1979.
Southern District of Mississippi, Jackson Division. Civil case files, 1977–79.
Southern District of Mississippi, Meridian Division. Civil case files, 1979.

Federal Courts in North Carolina:
Eastern District of North Carolina, Elizabeth City Division. Civil and criminal case files, 1977–79.
Eastern District of North Carolina, New Bern Division. Criminal case files, 1979.
Eastern District of North Carolina, Raleigh Division. Civil case files, 1976–79.
Western District of North Carolina, Statesville Division. Civil case files, 1979.

Federal Courts in South Carolina:
All districts of South Carolina, Columbia Division. Bankruptcy historical case files, 1979, civil case files, 1977–79, and criminal case files, 1975–79.
All districts of South Carolina, Charleston Division. Civil case files, 1979, and criminal case files, 1978–79.
All districts of South Carolina, Greenville Division. Civil case files, 1979.

Federal Courts in Tennessee:
Eastern District of Tennessee, Knoxville Division. Civil case files, 1979.
Eastern District of Tennessee, Winchester Division. Bankruptcy dockets, 1958–79.
Western District of Tennessee, Memphis Division. Civil and criminal case files, 1978–79.
Middle District of Tennessee, Columbia Division. Bankruptcy case files, 1974–79.
Middle District of Tennessee, Cookeville Division. Bankruptcy case files, 1976–79.
Middle District of Tennessee, Nashville Division. Adversary proceedings, 1979, bankruptcy dockets, 1978–79, and bankruptcy case files, 1978-79.

Records of the Public Buildings Service (Record Group 121)
1 cubic foot
Atlanta, GA. Real Property Disposal Case files, 1972–73.

National Archives at Boston
Contact archival operations 781-663-0121

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
less than 1 cubic foot
District of Connecticut. Naturalization Petitions, 1971–74.

National Archives at Chicago
Contact archival operations, 773-948-9000.

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
5 cubic feet
Southern District of Illinois, East St. Louis. Bankruptcy index, 1953–90.

Records of the Bureau of Public Roads (Record Group 30)
11 cubic feet
Frankfort, KY, State Office. Basic Federal aid project file, 1967.

Records of the Office of the Quartermaster General (Record Group 92)
57 cubic feet
Chicago, IL, Quartermaster Depot. Letters received, ca.1891–1903. Cincinnati, OH, Quartermaster Depot. Miscellaneous records, 1863–65. Jeffersonville, IN, Quartermaster Depot. Miscellaneous records, 1864–66. St. Paul, MN, Quartermaster Depot. Miscellaneous records, 1875, 1881–1901.

Records of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Record Group 100)
7 cubic feet
Belleville, IL, District Office. Safety inspection case files, 1984. Indianapolis, IN, District Office. Fatality catastrophe inspection case files, 1983. Milwaukee, WI, District Office. Safety inspection case files, 1983–84. Niles, IL, District Office. Safety inspection case files, 1984. Peoria, IL, District Office. Safety inspection case files, 1984. Toledo, OH, District Office. Fatality catastrophe inspection case files, 1978–80, 1986.

Records of the Selective Service System, 1940- (Record Group 147)
54 cubic feet
Frankfort, KY, State Office. Registration cards for men born between April 28, 1877, and February 16, 1897 (Fourth Registration), 1942.

Records of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (Record Group 180)
130 cubic feet
Chicago, IL, District Office. Enforcement case files, 1984.

Records of the Federal Aviation Administration (Record Group 237)
57 cubic feet
Des Plaines, IL, District Office. Airport airspace analysis case files, 1988–92; airspace rulemaking project files, 1981; directive case files, 1970–83; management project files, 1973–75; organizational planning files, 1979–82.

Records of the U.S. Courts of Appeals (Record Group 276)
178 cubic feet
Chicago, IL, Seventh Circuit. Case files, 1974–77.

Records of the Defense Logistics Agency (Record Group 361)
32 cubic feet
Columbus, OH, Defense Supply Center. Publication record sets, 1981–83. Dayton, OH, Defense Electronics Supply Center. Publication record sets, 1982, 1987.

Records of the Federal Highway Administration (Record Group 406)
39 cubic feet
Springfield, IL, State Office. Basic Federal aid project file, 1969–70.

National Archives at Denver
Contact archival operations, 303-407-5740.

Records of the Bureau of Reclamation (Record Group 115)
25 cubic feet
Reclamation Service Center, Denver, CO. Records relating to economic impact programs, 1991. Records relating to land management, 1989–94. Records relating to planning commission and committee meetings, 1984–98.

Lower Colorado River Regional Office, Boulder City, NV. Photographs of the Central Arizona Project, 1978–87. Photographs of Colorado River Front Work and Levee System, 1969–92. General Photographs, 1971–92.

National Archives at Fort Worth
Contact archival operations, 817-831-5620

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
1272 cubic feet
Federal courts in Arkansas:
Eastern District of Arkansas, Little Rock Division. Civil cases, 1972–78, and criminal cases, 1973–78
Eastern District of Arkansas, Pine Bluff Division. Civil cases, 1972–78.

Federal courts in Louisiana:
Middle District of Louisiana, Baton Rouge Division. Civil cases, 1972–79, and criminal cases, 1975–79.
Eastern District of Louisiana, New Orleans Division. Civil cases, 1967.

Federal courts in Oklahoma: Western District of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City Division. Civil cases, 1972–80; criminal cases, 1977–81; and minutes, 1966–78.

Federal courts in Texas:
Northern District of Texas, Amarillo Division. Civil cases, 1973–79.
Northern District of Texas, Dallas Division. Civil cases, 1974–80, and naturalization reports, 1996–2002.
Northern District of Texas, Lubbock Division. Civil cases, 1975–76.
Northern District of Texas, Wichita Falls Division. Civil and criminal dockets, 1957–83; civil cases, 1970–81; criminal cases, 1974–80; naturalization records, 1959–80; minutes, 1957–93.

Southern District of Texas, Houston Division. Civil cases, 1977.
Southern District of Texas, Laredo Division. Criminal cases, 1970–71.

Western District of Texas, El Paso Division. Civil and criminal cases, 1972–79.
Western District of Texas, Midland Division. Civil and criminal cases, 1975–76.
Western District of Texas, Waco Division. Civil and criminal cases, 1975–76.

Eastern District of Texas, Beaumont Division. Bankruptcy dockets, 1979, and civil cases, 1975–79.
Eastern District of Texas, Texarkana Division. Civil cases, 1975–79, and naturalization records, 1908–60
Eastern District of Texas, Tyler Division. Civil cases, 1974–79.

Records of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Record Group 100)
25 cubic feet Corpus Christi, Houston, and Lubbock, TX, Office. Safety, fatality, catastrophe files, 1982–83.

Records of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Record Group 255)
208 cubic feet
Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX. Historical source files, 1948–83.

Records of the U.S. Courts of Appeals (Record Group 276)
932 cubic feet
Fifth Circuit, New Orleans, LA. Case files, 1976–78

National Archives at Kansas City
Contact archival operations, 816-268-8013.

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
30 cubic feet
District of Northern Iowa, all divisions. Bankruptcy docket sheets, 1942–78.
District of Kansas, Kansas City Division. Bankruptcy docket sheets, 1977–78.

Records of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Record Group 100)
21 cubic feet
Wichita Area Office. Closed inspection cases - safety, fatality, or catastrophe, FY 1983. Records restricted.

Records of the General Services Administration (Record Group 269)
1 cubic foot
Region 6. Litigation records, FY 1996. Records restricted.

Records of the Federal Property Disposal Resources Service (Record Group 291)
11 cubic feet
Region 6. Real property disposal case files, 1978 and prior.

Laguna Niguel - NARA's Pacific Region
Contact archival operations, 949-360-2641.

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
24 cubic feet
District of Arizona, Globe Division. Equity case file 59, 1984–99.

Records of the Forest Service (Record Group 95)
11 cubic feet
San Bernardino National Forest. Fire reports and related records, 1910–88.

Records of the Federal Aviation Administration (Record Group 237)
16 cubic feet
Western-Pacific Region, Litigation case files, 1967–72.
Western-Pacific Region, Airport airspace analysis case files, 1991–93.
Records restricted.

Records of the Energy Research and Development Administration (Record Group 430)
3 cubic feet
Holmes and Narver, Inc., Project files, 1965–70.

National Archives at New York City
Contact archival operations, 212-401-1620.

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
1,015 cubic feet
Federal Courts in New York:
Southern District of New York, Manhattan Division. Judgment and order books, December 1974–December 1978, civil dockets, 1973; civil case files 1949–197; criminal case files, 1973.
Southern District of New York, White Plains Division. Civil cases, 1978.

Federal Courts in New Jersey:
District of New Jersey, Trenton Division. Civil case files, 1966–73.

National Archives at Philadelphia
Contact archival operations, 215-606-0112.

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 92)
671 cubic feet
Federal Courts in Pennsylvania:
Eastern District of Pennsylvania: Bankruptcy adversary case files, 1979–82.
Middle District of Pennsylvania: Civil and habeas corpus case files, 1977–80.
Middle District of Pennsylvania, Wilkes-Barre Division: Bankruptcy adversary case files, 1982.
Western District of Pennsylvania, Erie Division: Bankruptcy adversary case files and civil case files, 1977–78, 1980.
Western District of Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh Division: Civil case files, 1974–80.

Federal Courts in Virginia:
Eastern District of Virginia, Alexandria Division: Bankruptcy adversary case files, 1982.
Eastern District of Virginia, Newport News Division: Bankruptcy docket sheets and criminal case files, 1976–79.
Eastern District of Virginia, Norfolk Division: Bankruptcy adversary case files, 1981–82.
Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division: Civil case files, 1976.
Western District of Virginia, Abingdon Division: Civil case files, 1974–76.

Federal Courts in West Virginia:
Northern District of West Virginia: Criminal Case files, 1983.
Northern District of West Virginia, Clarksburg Division: Civil case files, 1983.
Northern District of West Virginia, Elkins Division: Civil case files, 1983.
Northern District of West Virginia, Martinsburg Division: Civil case files, 1983.
Northern District of West Virginia, Parkersburg Division: Civil case files, 1983.
Northern District of West Virginia, Wheeling Division: Civil case files, 1983.
Southern District of West Virginia, Beckley Division: Bankruptcy adversary case files, 1977–83.
Southern District of West Virginia, Bluefield Division: Bankruptcy adversary case files, 1977–83.
Southern District of West Virginia, Charleston Division: Bankruptcy adversary case files, 1977–83.
Southern District of West Virginia, Huntington Division: Bankruptcy adversary case files, 1977–83.
Southern District of West Virginia, Parkersburg Division: Bankruptcy adversary case files, 1983.

Records of the U.S. Coast Guard (Record Group 26)
1 cubic foot
Logbooks of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Chock, 1973–80.

Records of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Record Group 100)
6 cubic feet
Philadelphia office: Safety inspection case files (sampled), 1982.

Records of the U.S. Courts of Appeals (Record Group 276)
94 cubic feet
Third Circuit Court (Philadelphia). Briefs and appendixes, 1978.

National Archives at San Francisco
No report this period.

National Archives at Seattle
Contact archival operations, 206-336-5115

Records of the Office of the Chief of Engineers (Record Group 77)
1 cubic foot
Portland District. Civil Works Project - Columbia River Lantern Slides, ca.1839–1951.

Records of the Forest Service (Record Group 95)
65 cubic feet
Wenatchee National Forest. History Program, ca.1920–98.

Records of the Bonneville Power Administration (Record Group 305)
11 cubic feet
Public Involvement Files, congressional hearings, 1970–83.

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PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARIES

Accessions   Openings

ACCESSIONS

Dwight D. Eisenhower Library

Additional papers of Stephen Benedict, 1960–61 and 2004, member of White House staff and Citizens for Eisenhower.

Papers of Karl G. Harr, Jr., 1943–90; Special Assistant to the Under Secretary of State, 1954–56; Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, 1956–58; and Special Assistant to the President and Vice Chairman of the Operations Coordinating Board, 1958–61.

Papers of John M. Lee, 1934–74, admiral, U.S. Navy.

Papers of Waldemar A. Neilsen, 1954–90, executive director of the President's Committee on Information Activities Abroad (Sprague Committee), 1960–61.

Papers of Abbott Washburn, 1938–2003; Crusade for Freedom, 1950–52; Jackson Committee and Special Assistant to the President, 1953; and Deputy Director of USIA, 1954–61.

John F. Kennedy Library

Four accretions to the personal papers of Senator Edward M. Kennedy consisting of Senate staff files maintained by Trina Vargo and Mimi Brody on foreign policy, including Vargo's chronological files, correspondence, memorandums, and subject files. Also includes files about the environment. 39 cubic feet. Closed pending deed.

Accretion to the personal papers of Walter Sheridan: correspondence, clippings, background files, and published hearings on the McClellan Committee, organized crime, Jimmy Hoffa, and Walter Sheridan's career, his family and their friendship with the Robert Kennedy family. 9 cubic feet. Closed pending deed.

An addition to the Ernest Hemingway Collection of color copies of watercolors by Jules Bascin of Ernest Hemingway at the Café Dome, 1925. 2 items. Less than 0.25 cubic foot.

Accretion to the Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Collection of the personal papers of Diana Stahl, Philippines, 1973–77. Includes correspondence, passport, certificates of vaccination, statements of earning and deductions. 0.25 cubic feet. Open.

Accretions to the Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Collection of oral history interviews with:
Jennifer McCurry, Honduras
Robert Collins, Ecuador
Nancy Murdock, St. Kitts-Nevis
Portia Gage, Nigeria
Margaret Vaughn, Chad
Gerrit Cuperus, Philippines
Rochelle Goedken, Lesotho
Ron Chance, Nepal
Peter Hansen, Nigeria
Katy Hansen, Nigeria
Terry Wagner, Lesotho
Peter Lee, Thailand
Noel Chapin, Peru
Billie Jean Chambers, Ecuador
Phyllis Noble, Nigeria
John Watson, Kenya

Six additions to the John F. Kennedy Tributes Collection and seven additions to the Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection were accessioned, processed, and opened.

Thirty-three photograph items, 105 audio recordings, and two videotapes were accessioned. The accessions include a group of interviews by Robert Coughlan with Rose Kennedy and members of the Kennedy family that were done for the preparation of Rose Kennedy's book Times To Remember.

Deeds of gift were completed for three textual collections: Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, McGeorge Bundy, and Robert Roosa; and for oral history interviews with 19 people: William Ruder, Dan Fenn, and Larry Hackman, and the 16 Peace Corps volunteers noted above.

Lyndon Baines Johnson Library

The library accessioned the following oral history transcripts:

Joseph W. Alsop, journalist, author, and political columnist, 25 pages.

(Eliza) Ruth Booker, teacher, cousin of LBJ on his father's side who lived with LBJ in her childhood, 29 pages.

William Garton Bowdler, U.S. Ambassador to El Salvador, Guatemala, and South Africa and Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs, 21 pages.

William D. Carey, Executive Assistant Director and Assistant Director of the Bureau of the Budget, 1961–69, 37 pages.

William McWhorter Cochrane, lawyer, Institute of Government, Executive Secretary and Legal Counsel for Senator W. Kerr Scott, 1954–57; Administrative Assistant to Senator B. Everett Jordan, 1958–72, 26 pages.

John Henry Faulk, radio humorist and storyteller, 47 pages.

John G. Feild, John F. Kennedy's Presidential campaign staff, Executive Director of the President's Commission on Equal Opportunity, 1961–63, 99 pages.

Daniel Boone Porter, Jr., Senior Adviser III Corps, MACV, and Deputy Chief of Staff of the 3rd Army Corps, 36 pages.

All of these oral history transcripts are available for research.

Gerald R. Ford Library

Papers of Richard Feltner, his speeches and remarks while Assistant Secretary of Agriculture. 0.4 cubic feet

Joyce Maupin–Sara Jane Moore Letters (1977–83), mostly letters by Moore to Maupin, a San Francisco–area social activist. ca. 300 pages.

Accretion to the papers of Robert Teeter, which contains material related to Presidential and other political campaigns from 1972 to 2000. Also included are public opinion surveys conducted for NBC News and the Wall Street Journal (1989–2004). 41 cubic feet.

A copy of Russell Train's personal journals, which he kept while serving as President Ford's Environmental Protection Agency Administrator. 0.1 cubic feet.

Accretions to the Gerald R. Ford Scrapbooks, Gerald R. Ford Post-Presidential Office Files, Gerald R. Ford Personal Papers, Betty Ford Papers, Robert A. Goldwin Papers, Russell H. Armentrout Files, and the Composite General Accessions.

Jimmy Carter Library

Accession of post-Presidential material from both of Jimmy Carter's offices.

Accession of a new collection of papers from Tim Kraft.

George Bush Library

Accretion to the Barbara Pierce Bush Collection. These materials are unprocessed and currently unavailable for research.

Accession of Russell E. Train papers, .05 linear feet.

OPENINGS

Dwight D. Eisenhower Library

Papers of Robert B. Anderson, 1933–89.

Records of Philip Arnow, 1953–61.

Papers of Tom B. Coughran, 1917–93.

1966 Principal File Series of the Dwight D. Eisenhower Post-Presidential Papers, 1961–69.

Papers of Karl G. Harr, Jr., 1943–96.

John F. Kennedy Library

Personal papers of Walter Pigman, legislative assistant to Senator Robert F. Kennedy. 0.5 cubic feet.

Accretion to the Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Collection of the personal papers of Diana Stahl, Philippines, 1973–77. Includes correspondence, passport, certificates of vaccination, statements of earning and deductions. 0.25 cubic feet.

Personal papers of Abraham Ribicoff, Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare (1961–62); 0.5 cubic feet.

Oral history interviews with the following people were opened:
Sid Davis, White House correspondent for Westinghouse Broadcasting (1959–68), 76 pages.
Kermit Gordon, Council of Economic Advisers (1961–62); Director, Bureau of the Budget (1962–65), 26 pages.
Kermit Gordon and Walter W. Heller, Council of Economic Advisors, 78 pages.
Lord Harlech (William David Ormsby-Gore), Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, United Kingdom (1957–61); Ambassador to the United States from the United Kingdom (1961–65), 17 pages.
Theodore J. Musho, Architect, Pei Cobb, Freed and Partners (1961–80), Partner (1980–), 60 pages.
C(harles) Allan Stewart, U.S. Ambassador to Venezuela (1962–64), 43 pages.
Henry Hall Wilson, administrative assistant to the President (1961–67), 67 pages.
Thomas W. Wilson, Jr., Deputy Secretary of State, International Affairs Organization (1961–64), 26 pages.

Lyndon Baines Johnson Library

National Security File (NSF), approximately three archival containers of the files of Robert Komer. Komer was an NSC staff member, Special Assistant to the President, and Deputy for Pacification in Vietnam. These boxes contain material from November 1963 through March 1966 on Libya, the United Arab Republic, and the United Nations.

NSF, approximately 14 archival containers of Head of State Correspondence, Special Head of State Correspondence, and International Meetings and Travel File. The two Head of State correspondence files contain formal and informal correspondence with heads of state and heads of government arranged by country. The International Meetings and Travel File contains briefing material, memorandums, and cables on President Johnson's foreign travel, the travel of other administration officials, and international meetings.

NSF, four archival containers of the files of Charles Johnson. Charles Johnson was a senior member of the NSC staff from October 1962 through the close of the Johnson administration. He handled scientific matters, weaponry, arms control, atomic energy, and space matters; he served as the NSC liaison with the AEC and NASA.

One archival container of the papers of Alain Enthoven. As Deputy Comptroller and Assistant Secretary of Defense for Systems Analysis, Enthoven played an important role in defense policy formulation during the 1960s. This box contains Draft Presidential Memoranda (DPMs). DPMs are a primary product of Systems Analysis.

Gerald R. Ford Library

Papers of Peter Sorum, who did advance work for the first family.

Papers of Robert P. Visser, chief legal counsel for the President Ford Committee.

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