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Accessions and Openings for the 1st quarter
FY 2008


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Washington, DC, Area

General Records of the Department of Justice (Record Group 60)
234 cubic feet
Files of Attorney General William P. Barr, 1991 (17 cubic feet); files of Attorney General William P. Barr, 1991–93 (24 cubic feet); files of Attorney General Richard Thornburgh, 1988–91 (44 cubic feet) and 1988–91 (85 cubic feet); subject files of Assistant to the Attorney General, David R. Runkel, 1988–91 (17 cubic feet); files of Special Assistant to the Attorney General and Director, Office of Public Affairs, Daniel G. Eramian, 1990–91(14 cubic feet); files of Associate Deputy Attorney General, Jonathan S. Feld, 1990–91 (5 cubic feet); files of Assistant to the Attorney General, Murray G. Dickman, 1988–91 (9 cubic feet); files of Associate Deputy Attorney General, George J. Terwilliger III, 1990–91 (2 cubic feet); files of Associate Deputy Attorney General, Maurice A. Ross, 1990–91 (4 cubic) files of Special Counsel, James G. Richmond (3 cubic feet); Congressional Committee Chairmen Correspondence files (104th Congress), 1995–96 (10 cubic feet). Although unclassified, all of these accessions may contain some material that may not be fully available for research. Contact Reference.

General Records of the Department of Justice (Record Group 60)
Department of Justice Performance and Accountability Report for Fiscal Year 2006 (1 volume). Contact Reference.

Records of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (Record Group 138)
6 cubic feet
Commission Meeting Transcripts, 2001–2005 (5 cubic feet); Public Conference and Request for Comments Dockets PL-89-2 through PL-91-1, 1991 (1 cubic foot). Contact Reference.

Records of the United States Army Materiel Command (Record Group 544)
7 cubic feet
Historical Office, Installation Historical Files, 1953–77 (2 cubic feet); Annual Historical Summaries and Directly Related Unique Background Material, 1964–84 (5 cubic feet). Contact Reference.

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Electronic Records

Records of the Fish and Wildlife Service (Record Group 22)
18,876 logical data records
Historical Wild Fish Health Survey Data Base, 1981–95 (15,212 logical data records); and National Wildlife Refuge System as of 2005 (3,664 logical data records). Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

General Records of the Department of State (Record Group 59)
803,044 logical data records
Central Foreign Policy File: Electronic Telegrams, 1976 (803,044 logical data records). Materials partially restricted. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Bureau of Labor Statistics (Record Group 257)
6,512,516 logical data records
LABSTAT: Historical Producer Price Indexes, 1909–2006 (6,512,516 logical data records). Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the U.S. Information Agency (Record Group 306)
317,168 logical data records
Worldwide Public Opinion Surveys, 1993–99 (317,168 logical data records). Materials open. Contact the 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)
86,424 logical data records
School District Demographics System, 2000: Public Law and SF1 Files (86,424 logical data records). Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

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Special Media

Records of the United States Coast Guard (Record Group 26)
334 cubic feet
Motion picture films that document Coast Guard activities, history, search and rescue missions, law enforcement, drug busts, oil spills, cutters, icebreakers, as well as various public service announcements. The records range from 1947 to 1992. Records are open and processed. Accessions NN3-026-92-07 and NN3-026-94-13; 327 cubic feet.

This accretion to the Civil Engineering Unit (CEU) records, dated 1897–1990, consists of maps and architectural drawings of U.S. Coast Guard light and rescue stations in the eastern United States, including the Great Lakes, the Gulf Coast, and the Mississippi River. Included are site plans, structure plans, lighthouse plans, and location maps. Records are open and processed. Accession NN3-026-07-009; 5 cubic feet.

Among the maps and architectural drawings of lifesaving stations are site plans, structure plans, lookout tower plans, and location maps. Records, which are dated 1907–20, are open and processed. Accession NN3-026-07-007; 2 cubic feet).

General Records of the Department of State (Record Group 59)
1 cubic foot
This accession consists of moving image and sound items that document the ordeal of American prisoners in the war in Vietnam. Footage shot by the North Vietnamese reveals the hardship of captivity endured by American POWs, and the sound recording includes interviews with peace advocates who helped obtain the freedom of some prisoners. Records range from 1969 to 1971. Records are open and processed. Accession NN3-059-97-046.

Records of the Office of the Chief of Engineers (Record Group 77)
7 cubic feet
This series consists of maps and architectural plans for 45 airfields and support facilities built by the U.S. military's airport development program in Central and South America, the Caribbean, the Azores, and Liberia during World War II. Included are site plans, location maps, runway evaluations, floor plans, sections and elevations, detail drawings, and electrical and plumbing plans for buildings and other structures. Also included are terrain and soil surveys relating to runway construction. There are also a number of standard plans relating to facilities in Brazil. The records for the Nassau, Bahamas, facility include aerial photographs of the runway and surrounding area. Records are open and processed. Accession NN3-077-03-002.

Records of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Record Group 255)
42 cubic feet
This series consists of motion picture films and video recordings relating to the United States space program, particularly those at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC). Primarily the films cover research and development documentation of Space Shuttle launches and landings. Also included are Apollo missions, Saturn rockets, safety measures, Mariner missions, and Skylab, as well as films documenting Presidents Lyndon B. Johnson and Jimmy Carter's visits to the KSC and footage of astronauts Alan Shepard and John Glenn. Records range from 1964 to 1995. Materials are open and processed. Accession NN3-255-04-009, 010, 011.

Records of the United States Army Training and Doctrine Command (Record Group 553)
0.7 cubic feet (102 items)
Three accessions of posters documenting the activities of the United States Army Accessions Command (USAAC), which provides integrated command and control of the recruiting and initial military training of the U.S. Army's officer, warrant officer, and enlisted forces. Included are 88 public service announcement posters dating from 2001 to 2005 using the themes of honor and rewards to attract the interest of potential candidates, including doctors, nurses, dentists, priests and rabbis (series PSA); a series of five training posters issued in 2006 and used by the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, as well as one poster promoting the Army's birthday on June 14, 2006 (series PAP); and one series of eight public service advertisements posters issued in 2007 as part of the U.S. Army's "Army Strong" recruitment campaign (series ASP). Materials are open and processed. Accessions NN3-553-07-003 (series PSA), NN3-553-07-001 (series PAP), and NN3-553-07-004 (series ASP).

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Regional Archives

Anchorage   |   Atlanta   |   Boston   |   Chicago   |   Denver   |   Fort Worth   |   Kansas City   |   Laguna Niguel   |   New York City   |   Philadelphia   |   San Francisco   |   Seattle

All records are open for research unless noted otherwise.

National Archives at Anchorage
Contact archival operations, 907-261-7820.
No accessions this quarter.

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

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

Federal courts in Alabama:
Northern District, Birmingham Division, Naturalization Records, 1963–91.

Federal courts in Kentucky:
Eastern District, Lexington Term, Bankruptcy Case Files, 1935.
Eastern District, Covington Term, Naturalization Records, 1926–97.
Eastern District, Covington Term, Foreign Judgment Dockets, 1977–92.
Eastern District, Jackson Term, Naturalization Records, 1911–54.
Eastern District, London Term, U.S. Commissioner's Dockets, 1919–22.
Eastern District, Richland Term, Naturalization Records, 1912–54.

Records of the United States Bankruptcy Courts
15 cubic feet
Federal courts in North Carolina:
Western District, All Divisions, Judgments and Orders, 1980–2002.
Western District, Asheville Division, Adversary Judgments, 1997–2001.

National Archives at Boston
Contact archival operations, 781-663-0121 or 866-406-2379.
No accessions this quarter.

National Archives at Chicago
Contact archival operations, 773-948-9001.

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
20 cubic feet
Federal courts in Minnesota:
Third Division of Minnesota, St. Paul Division. Naturalization Index, 1930–88; Declarations of Intention, 1969–87; Naturalization Petitions, 1970–91; Naturalization Transfer Petitions, 1970–92.
Fourth Division of Minnesota, Minneapolis Division. Naturalization Index, 1930–88; Naturalization Index, 1989–92; Declarations of Intention, 1970–85; Naturalization Petitions, 1970–91; Naturalization Transfer Petitions, 1970–92; Correspondence Relating to Naturalization Transfer Petitions, 1977–85.
Fifth Division of Minnesota, Duluth Division. Naturalization Index, 1927–92.
Sixth Division of Minnesota, Fergus Falls Division. Naturalization Petitions, 1978–88.

Records of the Forest Service (Record Group 95)
2 cubic feet
Huron-Manistee National Forest, Cadillac, MI. Significant case files relating to special use permits for recreation, 1979–2001; fire reports, 1965–83.

Records of the Selective Service System, 1940– (Record Group 147)
3,852 cubic feet
Illinois State Office, Springfield, IL. Registration cards and classification records for men born between 1897 and 1957.
Indiana State Office, Indianapolis, IN. Registration cards and classification records for men born between 1897 and 1926.
Kentucky State Office, Frankfort, KY. Registration cards and classification records for men born between 1897 and 1926.
Michigan State Office, Lansing, MI. Registration cards and classification records for men born between 1897 and 1926.
Minnesota State Office, St. Paul, MN. Registration cards and classification records for men born between 1922 and 1957.
Ohio State Office, Columbus, OH. Registration cards and classification records for men born between 1897 and 1926.
Wisconsin State Office, Madison, WI. Registration cards and classification records for men born between 1897 and 1957.

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

Records of the Bureau of Reclamation (Record Group 115)
12 cubic feet
Lower Colorado River Regional Office (Boulder City, NV). Records relating to cooperative management programs, 1963–97; settlement and land entry files, 1968–89; technical reports, 1947–2000; records relating to planning commissions and committee meetings, 1956–99.

National Archives at Fort Worth
Contact archival operations, 817-831-5620.
No accessions this quarter.

National Archives at Kansas City
Contact archival operations, 816-268-8013.
No accessions this quarter.

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

Records of the Forest Service (Record Group 95)
61 cubic feet
Coronado National Forest. Subject Files, ca. 1950–75.
San Bernardino National Forest. Historic Photographs, ca. 1960–80.
San Bernardino National Forest. Arrowhead Ranger District, Subject Files, 1969–90; Timber Management Plans, 1962–85; Timber Management Atlases, 1957–74; Environmental Projects, 1984–91.
Cleveland National Forest. Subject Files, 1974; Environmental Policy & Procedure Files, 1986–92.
Coconino National Forest. Subject Files, 1966–99; Fire Records, ca. 1980.
Angeles National Forest. Subject Files, 1971–77.
Kaibab National Forest. Subject Files, 1911–61; Historic Photographs, ca. 1940–71.
Forest Fire Laboratory, Riverside, CA. Historic Photographs, ca. 1940–90.
Tonto National Forest. Subject Files, 1969–81.
Inyo National Forest. Subject Files, ca. 1970.
Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. Environmental Protection Agency Cooperation Files, 1978–81.

National Archives at New York City
Contact archival operations, 212-401-1620 or 866-840-1752
No accessions this quarter.

National Archives at Philadelphia
Contact archival operations, 215-606-0112.
No accessions this quarter.

National Archives at San Francisco
Contact archival operations, 650-238-3501
No accessions this quarter.

National Archives at Seattle
Contact archival operations, 206-336-5115
No accessions this quarter.

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Presidential Libraries

Accessions Openings

ACCESSIONS

Herbert Hoover Library

The library received 22 periodicals and 2 books this quarter. In addition, the library received: 1) a child's dress from the 1900s from a trustee; 2) a fishing rod, reel, hooks and a Tiffany watch given by Herbert Hoover as gifts to his fishing guide in Florida; 3) Belgian American Educational Foundation files and booklets that were transferred from the BAEF archival collection; 4) a signed copy of Sixty Sketches of Iowa's Past and Present by William J. Wagner presented to Allan Hoover, transferred from the archival collections.

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library

During the first quarter, the library accessioned 85 pages of recent manuscript acquisitions.

Notable archival acquisitions this quarter included three separate Eleanor Roosevelt autograph items, donated by Lenita J. Schroeder, Natalie Potell, and William Hause; a collection of printed materials related to the portrayal of Franklin Roosevelt in films, donated by Irv Letofsky; a collection of printed materials from the 1944 campaign, donated by Edith Spindel; and a letter from Lt. Robert Tschop to his fiancé dated April 12, 1945, recounting the news of FDR's death, donated by John Tschop.

During the quarter, 12 items were accessioned into the museum collection, including four new items and eight previously unaccessioned items that have been in the collection for many years. The new acquisitions include two 1941 USS Potomac stamp covers, donated by Stan Oliner; one 1946 first day of issue cover with FDR cachet and stamp, donated by Bradley B. Davis; and a gentleman's shirt set (including cuff links and shirt studs) that once belonged to FDR, donated by William L. Bernhard.

The printed materials collections added 15 new books, 39 periodicals, and 144 vertical file items during the quarter. Also accessioned into the collection were 45 previously unaccessioned books that were identified during the FDR Book Collection project.

Harry S. Truman Library

Twelve new artifacts were accessioned into the museum collection during the quarter.

The library acquired the Papers of Helen Wallace, cousin of Bess and Margaret Truman (less than one linear foot, ca. 1909–69), consisting of copies of correspondence, greeting cards, postcards, and photographs concerning the Wallace and Truman families. This collection is closed pending processing.

The library acquired the Papers of Francis H. Heller, associate of former President Truman and official of the Harry S. Truman Library Institute (less than one linear foot, ca. 1984–95), consisting of correspondence and other items relating to Truman and the Truman Library. This collection is closed pending processing.

The library acquired an accretion to the Papers of Francis F. Lincoln, a member of the American Mission to Greece under the Economic Cooperation Administration (less than one linear foot, ca. 1933–58), consisting of diaries, press clippings, and correspondence relating to his life and government service. This accretion is closed pending processing.

Dwight D. Eisenhower Library

Thirty-seven items were accessioned during the quarter as transfers from archival collections, consisting of items from the Maxwell Raab, Mamie Eisenhower, and Dwight D. Eisenhower Papers collections.

John F. Kennedy Library

The library accessioned 24 textual accessions totaling 37.5 cubic feet, including:

  • Seven accretions to the Personal Papers of Edward M. Kennedy. Staff files and personal memorabilia of Edward M. Kennedy, 1963–007. 4.75 feet. Closed.
  • An accretion to the Personal Papers of Joseph P. Kennedy, Ambassador. Contains Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr., World War II ribbons, correspondence and brochure. 0.125 foot. Open.
  • An accretion to the White House Social File, Letitia Baldridge Files. Materials related to Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra White House concert (April 16, 1962). Correspondence, programs, news clippings. 0.125 cubic foot. Open.
  • An accretion to the personal papers of James Cannon, Writer and political advisor. Reel-to-reel audio tape (with four reel-to-reel and one cassette tape copies) of an interview with JFK and Ben Bradlee, January 5, 1960. Also included is a transcript. 0.125 cubic foot. Closed.
  • An accretion to the personal papers of Ernest Hemingway, writer. Outgoing letters (copies) from Ernest Hemingway to Harry Sylvester. 0.125 cubic foot. Open.
  • An accretion to the personal papers of William Josephson, lawyer. General Counsel, Peace Corps (1961–66). Files of the President of the Peace Corps Institute. 30 cubic feet. Closed.
  • Two accretions to the personal papers of Robert "Bob" Shrum, Political consultant, speechwriter to Edward M. Kennedy and other democratic presidential candidates. Final draft of book No Excuses, with CD, photographs, and framed items. 1.75 feet. Closed.
  • Eight accretions to the Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Collection, including the papers of Kay Eaton (Malaysia), an accretion to Barbara W. Hodgdon's papers (Malawi), and 13 oral history interviews.
  • Two additions to the Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection, including papers from Milton Delano, sea captain, consisting of two framed pictures of scrimshaw with accompanying letters signed by Jacqueline and Ted Kennedy (open); and letters from Jacqueline B. Kennedy to Mrs. Thun about renting Brambletyde (the "Summer White House") in 1963 and 1964 (closed).
  • The Thun family donated the two wicker chairs used for President Kennedy's Labor Day 1963 interview with CBS News anchor Walter Cronkite.

A total of 90 photographic prints, 17.75 hours of audio, and 14.5 hours of moving image materials were accessioned and described.

Lyndon Baines Johnson Library

The library received an accretion of nine cubic feet of materials to the Personal Papers of Jack Valenti, Special Assistant to President Johnson. The accretion consists of manuscripts, home movies, reel-to-reel tapes, videocassettes, and dictabelts and is currently unavailable for research.

The library also received an accretion to the Personal Papers of Ben Wattenberg, White House staff assistant and author. This nine-cubic-foot accretion consists of his research and writing materials in the preparation of his publications and is currently unavailable for research.

The Audiovisual Department also accessioned 0.161 cubic feet of audio cassettes from the Personal Papers of Herbert Y. Schandler, 0.593 cubic feet of White House Press Office prints, and 0.504 cubic feet of slides from Mrs. Johnson's office.

The library accessioned 39 new items into the museum collection.

Richard Nixon Library

During this quarter, the library added video oral histories with Nixon energy and budget aide Frank Zarb, National Security Council staffer John Lehman, White House counsel Leonard Garment, Congressman John Brademas, journalist Carl Bernstein, Nixon associate and classmate Hubert Perry, journalist David Frost, Congressman William Cohen, labor and economic policy official Arnold Weber, budget official Walter Scott, civil rights aide Bobbie Kilberg, Defense Secretary James Schlesinger, and White House staffer Richard Cheney.

The curatorial department accepted four donations: two 1972 scrapbooks from Judith Haas; four Cardinal and White high school books from Whittier Union High School from 1929 to 1932 for curatorial reference; three presentation books to the museum director from a visitor from the Chinese Embassy, Zhang Maoming; and 1972 campaign souvenirs (a Nixon bottle, Agnew bottle and plate) given to Republican delegates from Duane "Dewey" Moore.

The archives department in Yorba Linda recently received a donation from former member of Congress Alan Steelman, who served in the House during Watergate. His donation includes a copy of the Submission of Recorded Presidential Conversations to the Committee on the Judiciary of the House of Representatives by President Richard Nixon 04/30/1974; a copy of the Confirmation of Nelson A. Rockefeller as Vice President of the United States (signed by Vice President Rockefeller); a copy of the confirmation of Gerald R. Ford as Vice President of the United States (signed by Vice President Ford); a copy of the Final Report of the Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities United States Senate 02/07/1973 (signed by all of the members of the committee); and a copy of the Report of the Committee on the Judiciary House of Representatives (signed by all of the members of the committee).

Gerald R. Ford Library

During the quarter the library completed work for 16 accessions, including accretions to the Melvin R. Laird Papers, the Department of Defense Historical Office's collection of Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's Public Statements, Composite Oral History Accessions, Composite General Accessions, and the Ford Library Audiovisual Administrative Files.

The library acquired a small collection of correspondence between Gerald Ford and constituent Melvin Medema, 1949–77 (21 pages). These letters mostly date from Ford's congressional career but also include a letters from Vice President and President Ford. They discuss topics such as health, military appropriations, grain sent to India, Hoover Commission, Taft-Hartley Act amendments, government spending, Vietnam, and busing.

Jimmy Carter Library

The library continues to receive material from President Carter's Office and from John Gunther Dean. The General Video Collection increased with 32 titles.

George Bush Library

During the quarter, the Bush Library received approximately 2.0 linear feet of textual material for accessioning. This material consisted of an accretion to the George Bush Post-Presidential Papers.

The museum has accessioned, cataloged, and stored 202 post-Presidential artifacts this quarter, with 37,074 post-Presidential artifacts processed to date. To date there have been 60,420 artifacts processed. The IO Collection Database is up and running with 3,662 records entered this quarter. The database to date has 31,050 records entered.

OPENINGS

Franklin D. Roosevelt Libraryy

Joseph P. Lash Papers: Four pages of diary entries from 1940 and 1941, previously closed for privacy reasons, were opened to researcher use.

Harry S. Truman Library

The library opened for research the Papers of Edwin W. Pauley, Personal Representative of the President on the Allied Commission on Reparations, 1945–47 (16 linear feet, 1928–96). The Pauley Papers include correspondence, printed materials, photographs, memorabilia, an autobiography, and other items relating to Pauley's service as Reparations Ambassador after World War II; his controversial nomination as Under Secretary of the Navy; his career as a businessman; and his association with Harry S. Truman.

The library opened for research the Papers of Philip M. Stern, an aide to Congressman Henry Jackson, Senator Paul Douglas, and Governor Adlai Stevenson (less than 1 linear foot, 1949–54). The Stern Papers include correspondence, printed materials, speeches and other items related primarily to the Democratic Party, Henry Jackson's service in Congress, the Presidential campaign of 1952, and the voting records of the 80th and 81st Congresses.

The library opened for research an accretion to the Papers of George M. Elsey, Administrative Assistant to the President, 1949–51. The accretion, comprising less than 1 linear foot of material, includes correspondence, handwritten notes, a log from the White House Map Room, and other items, dating from 1944 to 2007.

The library opened for research an accretion to the Screen Gems Collection, consisting of outtakes from the documentary film series, Decision: The Conflicts of Harry S. Truman, which was produced during the early 1960s. The accretion includes motion picture and sound recordings of Truman discussing various aspects of his life and Presidency.

Dwight D. Eisenhower Library

Over 45,000 pages were reviewed during the quarter. Reviewing was completed on the following collections that were opened for research this quarter: Gladys Harding Brooks Papers, 1914–69 and Maxwell M. Rabb Papers, 1938–58 and 1989.

John F. Kennedy Library

Finished processing an accretion to the Personal Papers of Burke Marshall. 50 feet. Open.

Finished processing the papers of Douglas Henderson, economist, diplomat, government official. 30 feet. Open.

Lyndon Baines Johnson Library

The library reviewed 13,087 pages and declassified 9,856 of those pages.

The library opened approximately 30 hours of recordings of President Johnson's telephone conversations from 1967 this quarter. Of these hours, about 8.5 minutes were closed as national security information.

Richard Nixon Library

The Nixon Library opened a significant set of materials on November 28, 2007, as part of the mandatory review process. The November opening, which included 10,668 declassifed pages, was the Nixon Library's largest-ever release of documents declassified through mandatory review.

In addition to the mandatory review documents released in November, 4,800 pages of documents from the White House Central Files/Name Files were released, including correspondence with Mark Felt (Deep Throat), Robert Byrd, Bob Hope, Elvis Presley, Ronald Reagan, Richard Cheney, and Frank Sinatra; as were 83,000 pages of White House Staff Member and Office Files and White House Press Office Files; and 25,000 pages of documents from the Records of the Cabinet Committee on Education. In all, 122,800 pages of materials were released.

Gerald R. Ford Library

The library opened for research the J. Stanley Pottinger Papers (56 feet) with Valerie Hinojosa's completed PRESNET description and finding aid. This collection concerns Pottinger's work as Director of the Office of Civil Rights in the Department of Health, Education and Welfare (1970–73) and as Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice (1973–77).

The library opened for research the Gerald R. Ford Demise/Funeral Events Vertical File Collection, 2006–2007, (2.5 cu. ft.) with archives specialist Nancy Mirshahs completed arrangement and description of the items. Included are clippings, publications, tributes, and online items collected in the aftermath of President Ford's death on December 26, 2006.

The library opened for research an additional series of the William J. Baroody Papers. The series concerns White House briefings arranged by the Office of Public Liaison for associations and groups during the Ford administration.

Jimmy Carter Library

The library opened eight series from White House Files and two donated collections. They include 1976 Campaign Files: Scott Burnett Series, Moira Eagan Series, and George Reg Series.

Ronald Reagan Library

The library received approval to open 97,328 pages this quarter in response to FOIA and systematic processing notifications. The majority of these pages were for systematic processing of the Speechwriting Speech Research Office.

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