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Accessions and Openings for the 1st quarter
FY 2009


View Accessions and Openings for all quarters since July 2001.

Washington, DC, Area

Among the records accessioned by the Records Accessioning and Control Team this quarter were 29 cubic feet from the National Commission on Libraries and Information Sciences (Records of Temporary Committees, Commissions, and Boards, Record Group 220), which closed its doors this quarter. The team also accessioned the following: 5 cubic feet from the Department of the Treasury's Office of Fiscal Services (General Records of the Department of the Treasury, RG 56); 2 cubic feet from the Defense Science Board (Records of the Office of the Secretary of Defense, RG 330); 5 cubic feet from the Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Family Planning (Records of the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, RG 514); and 4 cubic feet from the National Institute of Health's Recombinant DNA Advisory Committee (RAC) (Records of the National Institutes of Health, RG 443).

Declassifications

Records of the Office of Management and Budget (Record Group 51)
102.195 cubic feet
Budgetary Administration Records, 1962–69; Classified Correspondence Pertaining to Audit Reports, 1964–77; Classified Integration Study Files, 1969–81; Records Relating to Illegal Drugs, 1976–80; Records Relating to President's Review Memorandum No. 31, 1977–79; Records Relating to Public Legislation Before the 95th–96th Congress, 1977–80.

General Records of the Department of State (Record Group 59)
35.865 cubic feet
Records Relating to Morocco, 1967–72; Program and Subject Files for Thailand, Laos, and the Philippines, 1968–77; Records Relating to Morocco, 1967–72; Records Relating to Nepal and Bhutan, 1963–75, Special Projects Files, 1947–53; Subject Files, 1945–53; Subject Files, 1951–53; Subject Files, 1956–60; Subject Files of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe, 1973–80.

Records of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (Record Group 65)
634.536 cubic feet
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Albany Field Office Case Files, 1942–86;
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Albuquerque Field Office Case Files, 1948–89;
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Alexandria Field Office Case Files, 1973–80;
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Anchorage Field Office Case Files, 1973–78;
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Atlanta Field Office Case Files, 1952–90;
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Baltimore Field Office Case Files, 1952–91;
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1938–88;
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1942–85;
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1942–89;
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1943–85;
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1944–90;
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1945–83;
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1946–89;
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1952–86;
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1952–89;
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1955–89;
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1956–78;
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1964–91;
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1965–80;
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1965–85;
Classification 44 (Civil Rights) Case Files, 1970–84.

Records of the U.S. Forces in Southeast Asia, 1950–1975 (Record Group 472)
139.608 cubic feet
Historians Background Material Files, 1962–73.

Records of General Headquarters, Far East Command, Supreme Commander Allied Powers, and United Nations Command (Record Group 554)
12.114 cubic feet
General Correspondence, 1946–52; Staff Study Reports, 1956–57; Transmittals of Intelligence Reports, 1948–51.

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Electronic Records

Records of the Bureau of Naval Personnel (Record Group 24)
1,180,476 logical data records
Navy Enlisted System (NES) Records, FY 2001, FY 2002, and FY 2004. Materials closed. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Bureau of the Census (Record Group 29)
9,163,446 logical data records
Current Population Survey, March/April 2004: Child Support and Alimony Supplement (190,249 logical data records) and Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP), 1996 (8,973,197 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 Justice (Record Group 60)
155 logical data records
Files of the Imagery Analysis Report of the Events at Waco, TX, April 19, 1993. Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Federal Reserve System (Record Group 82)
523,525,727 logical data records
Federal Open Market Committee Meeting Agendas, 1996–2000 (40 logical data records); Home Mortgage Disclosure Data Files, 1981–2003 (523,525,655 logical data records); and Home Mortgage Disclosure Reports, 1990–2003 (32 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 Federal Aviation Administration (Record Group 237)
20 logical data records
U.S. Civil Aircraft Registry Files, 2004. Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Record Group 255)
3,043 logical data records
Scientific and Technical Information Publication Files, 2006. Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Central Intelligence Agency (Record Group 263)
761,984 logical data records
Index to Ground Photography Master Negatives Files, ca. 1999–2000. Materials open. Contact the 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)
26,825,983 logical data records
Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS), FY 2005. Materials closed. Contact the 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)
265,700 logical data records
National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey, 1993, 1996–99. Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

Records of the Health Resources and Services Administration (Record Group 512)
106,767 logical data records
National Sample Survey of Registered Nurses (NSSRN), 2000. Materials closed. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail cer@nara.gov.

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Special Media

General Records of the Department of State (Record Group 59)
(1 cubic foot)
This series consists of sound recordings and moving images of speeches and remarks made by Ambassador at Large Ellsworth Bunker during a four-year period in the 1970s when he worked for the State Department. Topics include the Panama Canal and Vietnam diplomacy. This is an internal transfer, and these records are open and fully processed. NN3-059-07-019 (ARC 2561253 and 2561267).

Records of the National Archives and Records Administration (Record Group 64)
3.5 cubic feet
This series (2.5 cubic feet) consists of videotaped proceedings of conferences hosted by NARA with topics that included "Holocaust Era Research," "Digital Strategies," and "Partnerships in Innovation." These records are open and fully processed. Accession NN3-064-07-001 (ARC 2569405).

This accession (1 cubic foot) consists of audio recordings of Administrator Freeman meeting with NARS employees in August of 1979. Received but not completely processed. Accession NN3-064-09-003.

Records of the Supreme Court of the United States (Record Group 267)
Less than 1 cubic foot
This accretion consists of audio recordings of oral arguments before the Supreme Court, 2007 Term, and were produced on five flash cards. The flash cards contain the sessions from October 1, 2007, through October 5, 2008. Received but not completely processed. Accession NN3-267-09-001.

Records of the Army Staff (Record Group 319)
1 cubic foot
This series is an internal transfer and consists of sound recordings of oral histories that feature military personnel and were used for book notes for the Center for Military History. NN3-319-08-003 (ARC 2580100).

Records of the Office of the Secretary of Defense (Record Group 330)
1,274 cubic feet
Armed Forces Radio & Television Service (1 cubic foot). This series consists of moving images and audio recordings compiled annually as radio and television spots that cover military justice, security, military heritage, and other topics of interest to service personnel. The records cover the 2007 productions and are open and fully processed. Accession NN3-330-08-021 (ARC 61833).

Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness (2 cubic feet). This series consists of moving images of recruitment advertisements and public service announcements created by the Joint Advertising Market Research and Studies group to entice young people to enlist or reenlist in all branches of the American Military Service. These records are open and fully processed. Accession NN3-330-09-002 (ARC 2580103).

Armed Forces Epidemiology Board (1 cubic foot). This series consists of moving images and sound recordings made available by the National Mental Health Task Force to assist military personnel in their readjustment to civilian life. These records are open and fully processed. Accession NN3-330-09-003 (ARC 2573257).

Records of the Department of the Army (1,270 cubic feet). This series consists of motion picture films, videos and accompanying production files of the Defense Information Center (DVIC). The films range from 1945 to 1995 and are partially processed. To date 899 cubic feet have been processed; 499 cubic feet were processed this quarter. There are 371 cubic feet left to complete the processing of this accession. Accession NN3-330-07-015.

General Records of the Department of Energy (Record Group 434)
14 cubic feet
This accretion is part of a series that consists of moving images relating to the nuclear facility at Fernald, OH. It was closed because of hazardous waste contamination of air and nearby water supplies. The Environmental Protection Agency was heavily involved in the project which covered the years 1957 to 2007. These records are open and fully processed. Accession NN3-434-09-001 (ARC 1767927).

Records of the Alaska Power Administration (Record Group 447)
1 cubic foot
This series is an internal transfer from the Alaska region and consists of films that document dam projects undertaken by the Alaska Power Administration from 1948 to 1998. Accession NRIS-447-99-001 (ARC 824825).

Gift Donation of John H. Farrell
1 cubic foot
This series consists of moving images that document military and civilian life through the lens of Capt. John H. Farrell, Adjutant Officer for the 6332 Airbase Wing at Kadena Air Force Base in Okinawa, Japan, in 1951. These records are open and fully processed. Accession DM-FARRL-09-001 (ARC 1801153).

Gift Donation of Robert L. Arnberg
1.5 cubic feet
This series consists of motion picture films donated by the son of Wilbur H. Arnberg, who collected them, and include German Reich World War II newsreel films that cover events and prominent members of the Reich from 1936 to 1939. Received but not completely processed. Accession DM-ARNBG-09-001.

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Regional Archives

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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 quarter.

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

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
1,578 cubic feet

Federal Courts in Alabama:
Northern District, All Divisions, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1983.
Southern District, Mobile Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1982–83.

Federal Courts in Florida:
Northern District, Gainesville Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1981–83.
Northern District, Panama City Division, Criminal Case Files, 1982–83.
Northern District, Pensacola Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1982–83.
Northern District, Tallahassee Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1982–83.
Middle District, Fort Myers Division, Criminal Case Files, 1982–83.
Middle District, Jacksonville Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1983.
Middle District, Ocala Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1983.
Middle District, Orlando Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1983.
Middle District, Tampa Division, Bankruptcy Case Files, 1970–71.
Middle District, Tampa Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1979–83.
Southern District, Fort Lauderdale Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1983.
Southern District, Miami Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1982–83.
Southern District, West Palm Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1983.

Federal Courts in Georgia:
Northern District, Atlanta Division, Civil Minutes, 1978–83.
Northern District, Atlanta Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1983.
Northern District, Gainesville Division, Civil and Criminal Minutes, 1967–83.
Northern District, Gainesville, Division, Civil Case Files, 1983.
Northern District, Rome Division, Civil Case Files, 1978–82.
Northern District, Rome Division, Criminal Dockets, 1957–83.

Federal Courts in Kentucky:
Eastern District, Catlettsburg Term, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1982–83.
Eastern District, Covington Term, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1983.
Eastern District, Lexington Term, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1983.
Eastern District, London Term, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1982–83.
Eastern District, Pikeville Term, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1983.
Western District, Louisville Term, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1982–83.
Western District, Owensboro Term, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1964, 1982–83.
Western District, Paducah Term, Civil Case Files, 1981–83.

Federal Courts in Mississippi:
Northern District, Aberdeen Division, Civil Case Files, 1982–83.
Northern District, Clarksdale Division, Civil Case Files, 1981–83.
Northern District, Greenville Division, Civil Case Files, 1983.
Northern District, Oxford Division, Civil Case Files, 1981–83.
Northern District, Oxford Division, Criminal Judgments, 1975–83.
Southern District, Biloxi Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1983.
Southern District, Biloxi Division, U.S. Magistrate's Dockets, 1973–87.
Southern District, Biloxi Division, U.S. Magistrate's Judgments, 1991–94.
Southern District, Hattiesburg Division, Civil Case Files, 1981–83.
Southern District, Jackson Division, Civil Case Files, 1981–83.
Southern District, Jackson Division, Naturalization Certificate Stubs, 1915–57.
Southern District, Meridian Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1983.
Southern District, Meridian Division, Naturalization Certificate Stubs, 1912–46.

Federal Courts in North Carolina:
Eastern District, All Divisions, General Index, 1977–2000.
Eastern District, All Divisions, Miscellaneous Dockets, 1977–92.
Eastern District, Elizabeth City Division, Civil Dockets, 1967–91.
Eastern District, Elizabeth City Division, Criminal Dockets, 1958–85.
Eastern District, Elizabeth City Division, Magistrate's Dockets, 1971–92.
Eastern District, Elizabeth City Division, Civil Case Files, 1982–83.
Eastern District, Fayetteville Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1981–83.
Eastern District, New Bern Division, Admiralty Dockets, 1961–66.
Eastern District, New Bern Division, Civil Dockets, 1959–95.
Eastern District, New Bern Division, Law Dockets, 1931–38.
Eastern District, New Bern Division, Criminal Dockets, 1957–85.
Eastern District, New Bern Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1983.
Eastern District, Raleigh Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1982–83.
Eastern District, Washington Division, Admiralty Dockets, 1956–64
Eastern District, Washington Division, Civil Dockets, 1955–76.
Eastern District, Washington Division, Criminal Dockets, 1957–76.
Eastern District, Wilmington Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1982–83.
Eastern District, Wilson Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1970–83.
Middle District, Greensboro Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1980–83.
Middle District, Durham Division, Civil Case Files, 1982–83.
Western District, Ashville Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1983.
Western District, Charlotte Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1982–83.
Western District, Statesville Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1983.

Federal Courts in South Carolina:
District of South Carolina, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1979–83.

Federal Courts in Tennessee:
Eastern District, Chattanooga Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1983.
Eastern District, Greeneville Division, Civil Dockets, 1983.
Eastern District, Greeneville Division, Civil Case Files, 1983.
Eastern District, Greenville Division, Criminal Dockets, 1974–83.
Eastern District, Knoxville Division, Civil Case Files, 1980–83.
Eastern District, Winchester Division, Criminal Case Files, 1982–83.
Middle District, Nashville Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1968–2006.
Western District, Jackson Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1981–83.
Western District, Memphis Division, Civil and Criminal Case Files, 1970–83.

Records of the United States Coast Guard (Record Group 26)
72 cubic feet
Mobile, AL, Oil and Hazard Files, 1974–97.

Records of the Naval Oceanographic Office (Record Group 37)
8 cubic feet
Bay St. Louis, MS, Program Records, 1977.

Records of the Bureau of Yards and Docks (Record Group 71)
27 cubic feet
Office of the Legal Counsel, Charleston, SC, Capehart Housing Files, 1962–64.
Design Division, Charleston, SC, Shop Drawings, 1961–64.
Design Division, Patrick AFB, FL, Design Contracts, 1956–62.

Records of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Record Group 100)
18 cubic feet
Fort Lauderdale, FL, Safety Fatality and Catastrophe Case Files, 1988–98.
Jackson, MS, Safety Fatality and Catastrophe Case Files, 1988.
Jacksonville, FL, Safety Fatality and Catastrophe Case Files, 1988.
Raleigh, NC, Safety Fatality and Catastrophe Case Files, 1988.
Smyrna, GA, Safety Fatality and Catastrophe Case Files, 1988.
Tucker, GA, Safety Fatality and Catastrophe Case Files, 1988.

Records of the Provost Marshal General's Bureau (Record Group 110)
41 cubic feet
Provost Marshal, District of Kentucky, Letters, Registers, Muster Rolls, etc., 1861–68.
Provost Marshal, District of Tennessee, Letters, Registers, Muster Rolls, etc., 1862–68.

Records of the Public Buildings Service (Record Group 121)
47 cubic feet
Real Property Division, Atlanta, GA, Property Disposal Case Files, 1981–83.

Records of the Tennessee Valley Authority (Record Group 142)
2,529 cubic feet
For a comprehensive list of these records please contact the Southeast Region. Records of the following Offices and Divisions are represented in the accessions.

Board of Directors
Chief Administrative Officer
Chief Operations Officer
Division of Power Production
Energy Research Division
Enterprise Document Management Division
Health Services Division
Health and Safety Division
Labor Relations Division
Office of Economic and Community Development
Power Resources Division
River Systems Operations

Records of Naval Districts and Shore Establishments (Record Group 181)
480 cubic feet
For a comprehensive list of these records, please contact the Southeast Region. Records of various Naval Activities in the 6th and 7th Naval Districts are represented in the accessions.

Records of the Federal Aviation Administration (Record Group 237)
1 cubic foot
Management Systems Division, Atlanta, GA, Directive Case Files, 1978–88.

Records of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Record Group 255)
263 cubic feet
Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral, FL, Real Property Files, 1961–64.

Records of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (Record Group 280)
14 cubic feet
Atlanta, GA, Control Cards, 1978. Atlanta, GA, Selected Case Files, 1978.

Records of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (Record Group 370)
2 cubic feet
Tropical Prediction Center, Miami, FL, Tropical Storm Wallets, 1969.

General Records of the Department of Energy (Record Group 434)
6 cubic feet
Pinellas Plant, Largo, FL, Radioactive Waste Disposal, 1957–97.

Records of the Centers for Disease Control (Record Group 442)
10 cubic feet
Immunization Branch, Atlanta, GA, Manuscript Reports, 1987.
Agency for Toxic Substance and Disease Registry, Atlanta, GA, Public Advisory Committee Files, 1988–90.

Records of the United States Bankruptcy Courts (Record Group 578)
335 cubic feet

Bankruptcy Courts in Alabama:
Northern District of Alabama, Birmingham Division, Adversary Proceedings, 1983.

Bankruptcy Courts in Florida:
Middle District of Florida, Jacksonville Division, Adversary Proceedings, 1982–84.
Middle District of Florida, Orlando Division, Adversary Proceedings, 1983.
Middle District of Florida, Tampa Division, Adversary Proceedings, 1980–83.
Southern District of Florida, Fort Lauderdale Division, Adversary Proceedings, 1983.

Bankruptcy Courts in Georgia:
Northern District of Georgia, Atlanta Division, Adversary Proceedings, 1982–83.
Northern District of Georgia, Gainesville Division, Adversary Proceedings, 1983
Northern District of Georgia, Newnan Division, Adversary Proceedings, 1980–83.
Northern District of Georgia, Rome Division, Adversary Proceedings, 1981–83.
Middle District of Georgia, All Divisions, Bankruptcy Dockets, 1979–83.
Middle District of Georgia, All Divisions, Adversary Proceedings, 1983.
Southern District of Georgia, Savannah Division, Adversary Proceedings, 1980–83.

Bankruptcy Courts in Kentucky:
Eastern District, All Terms, Adversary Proceedings, 1978–83.
Eastern District, Lexington Term, Adversary Proceedings, 1982–83.
Eastern District, London Term, Adversary Proceedings, 1977–83.
Western District, Bowling Green Term, Adversary Proceedings, 1982–83.
Western District, Louisville Term, Adversary Proceedings, 1982–83.
Western District, Owensboro Term, Adversary Proceedings, 1981–82.
Western District, Paducah Term, Adversary Proceedings, 1981–83.

Bankruptcy Courts in Mississippi:
Northern District, Aberdeen Division, Bankruptcy Dockets, 1979–83.
Northern District Aberdeen Division, Adversary Proceedings, 1979–83.
Northern District, Greenville Division, Adversary Proceedings, 1979–83.
Southern District, Jackson Division, Bankruptcy Dockets, 1974–83.
Southern District, Jackson Division, Adversary Proceedings, 1982–83.
Southern District, Biloxi Division, Adversary Proceedings, 1983.

Bankruptcy Courts in North Carolina:
Eastern District, Wilson Division, Adversary Proceedings, 1983.
Middle District, Greensboro Division, Adversary Proceedings, 1982–83.
Western District, Charlotte Division, Adversary Proceedings, 1982–83.

Bankruptcy Courts in South Carolina:
District of South Carolina, Adversary Proceedings, 1983.

Bankruptcy Courts in Tennessee:
Eastern District of Tennessee, Chattanooga Division, Adversary Proceedings, 1983.
Eastern District of Tennessee, Knoxville Division, Bankruptcy Dockets, 1980–82.
Eastern District of Tennessee, Knoxville Division, Bankruptcy Case Files, 1983.
Eastern District of Tennessee, Knoxville Division, Adversary Proceedings, 1982–82.
Western District of Tennessee, Memphis Division, Bankruptcy Minutes, 1980–83.
Western District of Tennessee, Memphis Division, Adversary Proceedings, 1981–83.

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

National Archives at Chicago
Contact archival operations, 773-948-9001.
No report this quarter.

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

Records of the Bureau of Land Management (Record Group 49)
2 cubic feet
New Mexico State Office. Records relating to patents and other conveyances, 1908–78.

Records of the Bureau of Reclamation (Record Group 115)
2 cubic feet
Upper Colorado Regional Office, Salt Lake City, UT. Records relating to water rights, 1956–84.

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

Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
20 cubic feet
Federal courts in Texas:
Eastern District, all divisions. Bankruptcy docket sheets, 1976–87.
Southern District, Corpus Christi Division. Civil case 68-95.

Records of Boundary and Claims Commissions and Arbitrations (Record Group 76)
101 cubic feet
International Boundary and Water Commission, El Paso, TX. Minutes, 1922–78; correspondence, 1894–1915; aerial and other photographs, 1920s–1980s; mission files, 1962–77; embankment files, 1910s–1930s.

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

Records of the Provost Marshal General (Civil War) (Record Group 110)
111 cubic feet
Provost Marshal, District of Iowa. Letters, Registers, Muster Rolls, etc., 1861–67.
Provost Marshal, District of Kansas. Letters, Registers, Muster Rolls, etc., 1862–67.
Provost Marshal, District of Nebraska. Letters, Registers, Muster Rolls, etc., 1862–67.
Provost Marshal, District of Missouri. Letters, Registers, Muster Rolls, etc., 1861–68.

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

Federal Courts in Missouri:
Eastern District of Missouri, Eastern Division. Civil Docket Books, 1982
Eastern District of Missouri, Eastern Division. Criminal Docket Books, 1982
Eastern District of Missouri, Eastern Division. Miscellaneous Docket Books, 1982
Eastern District of Missouri, Northern Division. Docket Books, 1982

Federal Courts in Nebraska:
District of Nebraska, Omaha Division. Closed Civil Cases, 1978–83
District of Nebraska, Omaha Division. Closed Criminal Cases, 1982–83
District of Nebraska, Lincoln Division, Closed Civil Cases, 1973–83
District of Nebraska, Lincoln Division, Closed Criminal Cases, 1982–83

Laguna Niguel— NARA's Pacific Region
Contact archival operations, 949-360-2641.
No report this quarter.

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

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

National Archives at San Francisco
Contact archival operations, 650-238-3501.

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

Federal courts in California:
Eastern District, Fresno. Criminal Case Files, 1980–82.
Eastern District, Sacramento. Naturalization Petitions, 1980–82.
Northern District, San Francisco. Naturalization Petitions, 1978–82, Criminal Case Files, 1979–82, Criminal Case Files, 1979–82.
Northern District, San Jose. Criminal Case Files, 197–84.

Records of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Record Group 22)
32 cubic feet
Sacramento Field Office, project files, 1996.

Records of the United States Coast Guard (Record Group 26)
26 cubic feet
12th District, California: Bills of Sale and Preferred Mortgages, 1966–77; Vessel Folders, 1987; Merchant Marine Logbooks, 1977; Bills of Sale, 1973–78; M/V KURE Oil Spill, 1997; CG Vessel Log CAPE ROMAIN, 1985–87.
14th District, Hawaii: Merchant Marine Logbooks, 1967–76.

General Records of the Department of Justice (Record Group 60)
29 cubic feet
San Francisco Organized Crime Strike Force. Anti-Racketeer Act Case Files.

General Records of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (Record Group 138)
15 cubic feet
San Francisco Office. National Power Survey, 1963–74, Electrical Resources and Requirements Reports, 1950–71, Service Interruption Reports, 1948–71.

Records of Naval Districts and Shore Establishments (Record Group 181)
68 cubic feet
Hunters Point Naval Shipyard, California. General Correspondence, 1970–72, Drawing Schedules and Memoranda, 1964–70.
12th Naval District, Office of the Commandant, Treasure Island, CA. General Administrative Files, 1941–42; General Correspondence, 1941–69.
Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California. General Correspondence, 1974, 1977; Legal Files Related to Asbestos, 1942–81; Station Journal, 1977.

Records of the United States Courts of Appeals (Record Group 276)
263 cubic feet
Ninth Circuit, San Francisco. Appeal Case files and briefs (1982).

Records of Naval Operating Forces (Record Group 313)
17 cubic feet
Military Sea Transportation Service, Far East Area. Subject Files, 1957–58.
Military Sea Transportation Service, Pacific Area. Correspondence (Inactivated Vessels), 1957–59.
Naval Operating Base, Okinawa (NOB 3526). General Correspondence (Formerly Classified), 1945–46.
US Naval Station, Sangley Point. Officer of the Day Log Books and Medical Log Books, 1969–70.
US Pacific Fleet, Commander, US Naval Forces, Philippines. General Correspondence and Reports, 1945–69.

Records of the Federal Highway Administration (Record Group 406)
2 cubic feet
Sacramento Office: Federal Statewide Transportation Program Planning Subject Files, 1992–95.

General Records of the Department of Energy (Record Group 434)
66 cubic feet
Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory: Atomic Energy Commission Manuals, 1954–77; Frank S. Crawford Astrophysics Group Logbooks, 1950–77; Steamer Chamber and Spark Chamber Project Files, 1961–77; Bevatron Procedures and Reports, 1954–82; Research and Development Lab Notebooks, Bevelac Log Books, 1966–77; Project Planning and Design Files, 1964–82; Environmental Health and Safety Film Footage, 1966–82; Dr. Owen Chamberlain R & D Administrative Files, 1956–75; Research and Development Administrative Files, Accelerator & Fusion Research Division, 1976–82; Work Force Diversity Office Training Videos, 1994–2002; Bevatorn, SuperHILAC, Escar Ring Engineering Drawings, 1955–82; 17 Bevelac Heavy Ion Bevatron Wire Tables, 1950–82; HILAC Research Data, 1956–77.

Laboratory for Energy Related Health Research: (U.S. Department of Energy)
Strontium 90 and Radium 226 Log Books, 1958–82.

Livermore Site Office: Project Plan and Design Files, 1982–2004.

Records of the United States Bankruptcy Courts (Record Group 578)
4 cubic feet
Federal courts in California:
Northern District (Oakland). Minute Books, Hughes & Wolfe.

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

Records of the Forest Service (Record Group 95)
1 cubic foot
Deschutes National Forest. Permanent Fire Incident Management Records, 1979–87.

Records of the Office of the Chief of Engineers (Record Group 77)
73 cubic feet
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Northwestern Division, Portland District:
Flood Plain Management Services Studies Files, 1920–80.
Investigational Project Files, 1896–1980.
Conservation of Natural Resources, 1944–77.
Storm Studies Files, 1934–43.

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Presidential Libraries

Accessions Openings

ACCESSIONS

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library

During the quarter, 23 pages (.010 cubic feet) of recent manuscript acquisitions were accessioned.

Notable archival acquisitions received this quarter include the transcript and tape of an oral history interview of Margaret "Daisy" Suckley in 1977 as part of the Eleanor Roosevelt Oral History Project (deeded by Wilderstein Preservation) and three autograph items donated by William H. Smith.

Also received was a large collection of printed and bound Rooseveltiana donated by Donald S. and Mary D. Carmichael. Included in the gift are books inscribed by FDR and two small volumes that had been part of the President's miniature book collection.

The library also received a collection of 92 Office of War Information photographs depicting World War II. These photographs were donated by John and Susan Harvith.

During the quarter, 122 objects were accessioned into the museum collection: 28 previously unaccessioned items in the collection and 105 new acquisitions.

The new acquisitions include a collection of 74 items related to President Roosevelt (donated by Donald S. and Mary D. Carmichael); a 1934 oil painting of FDR by James Britton (donated by Barbara and Ursula Britton); a series of 7 portraits of Roosevelt family, friends and political associates by artist Samuel J. Woolf (donated by Stuart P. and Sue Feld); 11 pieces of porcelain owned and used by the Roosevelt family (donated by Patrick Hamilton); a group of 11 miscellaneous politically themed FDR items (donated by John Vargo); and an unsolicited FDR campaign pin from an unknown donor.

The printed materials collections added 21 new books, 6 reels of microfilm, 33 periodicals, and 109 vertical file items during the quarter. Also accessioned into the collection were 106 previously unaccessioned books that were identified during the FDR Book Collection project.

Dwight D. Eisenhower Library

Over 7,900 pages were reviewed during the quarter. Reviewing was completed on the following collections which were opened for research this quarter:

  • Fred Seaton Papers—Memorabilia and Print Materials Series
  • Dwight D. Eisenhower Post-Presidential Papers—Funeral Arrangements and Tributes Series
  • Sherman Adams Records—441 of 469 previously donor-restricted pages were released

During the quarter, 50,000 pages of Richard Bissell papers were added to the library holdings.

John F. Kennedy Library

The library accessioned 20 textual accessions totaling 18.326 cubic feet including:

  • The Papers of Stephen E. Smith, businessman, brother-in-law of President Kennedy. Papers related to involvement in the JFK Library Foundation, Bedford-Stuyvesant redevelopment, and the RFK Memorial. About 24 cubic feet. Closed.
  • A donation from Senator Edward M. Kennedy of letters or notes written by President Kennedy at various times and JFK's Navy dog tag. Less than one cubic foot. Open.
  • An accretion to the Personal Papers of Kenneth O'Donnell. Copies of Presidential campaign schedules for Senator John F. Kennedy created and donated by donor Ray Graham (former volunteer in Mr. O'Donnell's office). 0.126 cubic feet. Open.
  • The personal papers of Bernice Kert, author (1964–2005). Research materials relating to her book The Hemingway Women. 18 cubic feet. Closed.
  • Twelve accretions to the Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Collection, consisting of oral history interviews with:
    • Corey Cappelloni (Moldova, 1998–2000)
    • Michael Ford (Kenya, 1964–66)
    • Margot Kennard (Ethiopia, 1967–69)
    • Lela Lantz (Bangladesh, 2000–2001)
    • Frank Monahan (Nigeria, 1964–67)
    • Christine Perry (Honduras, 1975–77)
    • Marie Shockley (Namibia, 2002–2004)
    • Judith St. John Stadler (Ecuador, 1967–69)
    • Bette Petrides (Nigeria, 1965–66 and Botswana, 1966–68)
    • Roberta Vann (Ethiopia, 1970–71)
    • Linda Meinders Webb (India, 1966–68)
    • Joe Zingsheim (Honduras, 1965–67)
  • Four additions to the Miscellaneous Accessions Collection, including papers from John Seiler, consisting of an interview transcript with G. Mennen Williams; papers from Stewart Udall, consisting of correspondence, photographs, writings, and other memorabilia relating to Udall's professional and personal relationships with John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis; papers from the Thun Family, consisting of a map of "Brambletyde," JFK's 1963 Summer White House, and from Anne Cummings, consisting of a letter from Cardinal Cushing regarding his appearance at President Kennedy's inauguration. 0.175 cubic foot.
  • Two additions to the John F. Kennedy Tributes Collection, consisting of a 1964 Knights of Columbus John F. Kennedy Memorial Class program signed by Joan Kennedy, and a poem—"JFK: The Enemys Within: Arch Betrayers." 0.025 cubic foot.

A total of 3,243 photograph items (including 1,095 prints, 1,614 transparencies, 274 black-and-white negatives, and 60 digital images), 24.5 hours of audio, and 19.0 hours of moving images (on 10 DVD discs, three VHS cassettes, three BETA SP tapes, and two Digibeta tapes) were accessioned and described.

Lyndon Baines Johnson Library

The following oral history transcripts were accessioned and are available for research:

  • Willard Deason, state director of NYA from 1935 to 1942, manager and owner of KVET radio station, 1946–65; Interstate Commerce Commission, 1965–75, 71 pages, 35 pages
  • Jean Andre Sauvageot, U.S. Army Vietnam veteran, 1964–73; liaison and coordination officer, MACV, 1960–73; teacher, Command General staff College at Fort Leavenworth, 23 pages, 20 pages, 22 pages
  • Carroll Kilpatric, Washington Post White House reporter 1961–75, 21 pages
  • George Silver, World War II veteran, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Health and Scientific Affairs in HEW, 1965–68, 32 pages
  • Joseph J. Sisco, Central Intelligence officer, 1950; State Department foreign affairs officer, 1951–65; Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs, 1965–68; Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs, 1968–74; Under Secretary for Near Eastern Affairs, 1974–76, 26 pages
  • John A. Schnittker, staff for Council of Economic Advisers, 1958–59; staff economist for Department of Agriculture, 1961–64; Under Secretary for Department of Agriculture, 1965–69, 14 pages

The Audiovisual Archives accessioned .264 cubic feet of material from the Technical Services ongoing documentation of LBJ Library events.

Richard Nixon Library

During this quarter, the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum formally accessioned video oral histories with former Watergate Special Prosecution Force attorneys Stephen Breyer, Richard Ben-Veniste, and Jill Wine-Banks; counselor to the President Donald Rumsfeld; Senator Lowell Weicker; Congressman Trent Lott; Solicitor General Robert Bork; deputy National Security Adviser Dick Allen; secretary to Charles Colson and Howard Hunt Becky Bovell; White House investigator Jack Caulfield; White House Counsel Charles Colson; Justice Department prosecutor Earl Silbert; IRS commissioner Johnnie Walters; and OEO attorney Terry Lenzner.

The library received two major donations in December. The estate of H. R. Haldeman gave the library 55 Super 8 Films taken by Mr. Haldeman during his tenure in the Nixon administration, along with accompanying textual documentation, which include film logs and notations of film content. And from Mikhail and Stella Berestetsky the library received photographs, desk artifacts, and personal items once used by Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev. Highlights of the over 250 items received include his hunting knife and scabbard, cut crystal table clocks, his personal radio, and Brezhnev's favorite wrist watch. Mr. Berestetsky was a personal friend of Brezhnev's grandson, Andrei Brezhnev, from whom the Berestetskys acquired the collection.

In addition, the curatorial department in Yorba Linda received:

  • A portrait of Richard Nixon (gift of Ruby and Haroll Casey Doss, Jr.)
  • A 1973 inaugural invitation (gift of Museum Arts & Center in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley)
  • A lunar module tie-down strap used during the Apollo 12 mission (gift of Michael Esslinger)
  • Four Apollo 11 buttons (transfer from the LBJ Library)

Gerald R. Ford Library

The library completed work for 10 accessions this quarter, including accretions to the Betty Ford Papers, Melvin Laird Papers, and Composite General Accessions and Composite Grand Rapids Accessions collections.

The library acquired the papers of Michael Moskow, 1969–76 (5 cu. ft), documenting his service in the Ford administration at the Department of Labor, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the Council on Wage and Price Stability.

The library acquired papers from Juliette C. McLennan, 1976 (0.4 cu. ft.), relating to her work as Director of the National Volunteer Desk for the President Ford Committee. The material consists of two binders of volunteer lists, state reports, and phone bank reports.

New museum artifact accessions included a collection of Canadian newspapers from 1969–74; a 1973 mounted clipping from the Grand Rapids Press; a 1936 football program; a Gerald R. Ford state funeral plaque; a roll of Gerald R. Ford tissue and two New York Times issues from 1973 and 1974; a collection of 2008 Presidential campaign memorabilia; and clothing worn by Gerald R. Ford. Raymond Guyette donated a scale model of the USS Monterey, in which he painstakingly captured nearly every detail of the ship over one full year of work. It will eventually be added to the museum's core exhibit.

Jimmy Carter Library

The library continues to receive material from President Carter's Office, John Gunther Dean, and Rupert Cutler. New acquisitions include materials donated from Bruce Laingen, Steve York, and Walt Wurfel.

Ronald Reagan Library

The library acquired a 7.5-cubic-foot accretion for the records of Faith Ryan Whittlesey. Also, an accession of 1 cubic feet of personal papers for Ambassador Whittlesey was received. The audiovisual department accessioned the 2008 Audio-Visual Composite Collection.

George Bush Library

During the quarter, the Bush Library accessioned 127.32 cubic feet of textual records including:

  • Barbara Bush (family scrap books), 1.077 cu. ft. (accretion)
  • General Brent Scowcroft, 17.232 cubic feet
  • Stephen Duncan, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs, 10/1987–1/1993, and Department of Defense Coordinator for Drug Enforcement Policy and Support, 4/1989–1/1993, 49.542 cubic feet
  • James McCall (A World Transformed drafts), 20.463 cubic feet
  • Chase Untermeyer, Ambassador to Qatar and Director of White House Office of Personnel for George Bush, 504 cubic feet (accretion)
  • Juliett C. McLennan (RNC materials), 2.154 cubic feet
  • Dr. Gary Maloney (Bush/Quayle 1988 Campaign from RNC headquarters), 2.154 cubic feet
  • Miscellaneous Bush Administration records and AV materials from NLMS, 4.038 cubic feet
  • Ambassador Anne Armstrong, 30.156 cubic feet (accretion)

OPENINGS

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library

The transcript of a 1977 oral history interview of Margaret "Daisy" Suckley, conducted as part of the Eleanor Roosevelt Oral History Project, was opened to research this quarter. This was one of several interviews from that project that had never been finalized and formally deeded to the library. Wilderstein Preservation, the successor to Miss Suckley, generously deeded the interview to the library, making its transcription and release possible.

Dwight D. Eisenhower Library

Dwight D. Eisenhower Post-Presidential Papers—Funeral Arrangements and Tributes Series, and formerly donor-restricted items in the Sherman Adams Records were opened.

John F. Kennedy Library

Processed the Personal Papers of Lewis Butler, Peace Corps Country Director for Malaysia (1963–64), Peace Corps consultant (1961–68), lawyer (1952–). Evaluation of Peace Corps education programs in Somalia, Nigeria, and Nepal; interview notes from Peace Corps volunteers, staff members, and government officials; administrative notes in preparation for official evaluative reports; final reports for early Nigeria and Nepal programs; Malaysian Peace Corps volunteers newsletter collection (1962–65). 1.008 cubic feet.

Processed an addition to the Personal Papers of Kenneth O'Donnell, 0.126 cubic feet.

Processed four additions to the Miscellaneous Accessions Collection, including papers from John Seiler, Stewart Udall, the Thun Family, and Anne Cummings. 0.175 cubic ft.

Processed an addition to the John F. Kennedy Tributes Collection, 0.025 cubic foot.

Processed four additions to the Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Collection, including the papers of Lawrence F. Lihosit (Honduras), Paula Hirschoff (Kenya), Wayne D. Linn (Malawi), and Wanda Mayberry.

Reprocessed and revised the finding aid for the Personal Papers of Frank E. Smith, Director, Kennedy-Johnson Natural Resources Advisory Committee (1960); Director, Tennessee Valley Authority. Correspondence, reports, recommendations, and other committee papers.

Richard M. Nixon Library

The White House Central Files, Staff Member Office Files—J. Fred Buzhardt textual materials collection was opened as part of the library's December 2 recordings and textual release.

Jimmy Carter Library

The library opened the following materials: Congressional Liaison Office—Terrence Straub Files Name Files, Subject Files, 1980; Campaign Files; and Adam Clymer donated material.

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