Accessions and Openings for the 1st Quarter
This report includes 41 transfers comprising 569 cubic feet. Of the 41 total transfers accessioned in 1st quarter, 28 (68.2%) are either classified or FOIA restricted. These transfers are restricted under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). If you would like access to this material, please submit your request at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Record Group||LTI/NN3 Number||Description||Inclusive Start Date||Inclusive End Date||Classification Status||Access Restriction||Specific Access Restriction||Total # of Containers|
|48||LTI-0048-2012-0027||Secretarial Correspondence||1/1/2001||6/30/2005||Unclassified||Restricted- Possibly||FOIA (b)(6) Personal Information||1|
|48||LTI-0048-2012-0028||Secretarial Correspondence Relating to Indian Affairs||1/20/1993||5/26/2006||Unclassified||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(6) Personal Information||2|
|64||LTI-0064-2012-0010||Code of Federal Regulations||1/1/1938||12/31/2010||Unclassified||Unrestricted||not applicable||57|
|64||LTI-0064-2013-0014||Incorporation by Reference (IBR) Publications||1/1/1939||12/31/1998||Unclassified||Unrestricted||not applicable||42|
|87||NN3-087-12-004||Counterfeit Note Plant Questionnaire||1920||1951||Unclassified||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(6) Personal Information||2|
|87||NN3-087-12-005||Description of New Counterfeit Notes (Form 1598)||1930||1965||Unclassified||Unrestricted||not applicable||12|
|122||NN3-122-12-002||Accountable Records||1903||1917||Unclassified||Unrestricted||not applicable||6|
|220||NN3-220-12-008||Armed Forces Epidemiology Board (AFEB)||1/11/1941||9/30/2006||Unclassified||Unrestricted||not applicable||5|
|220||NN3-220-13-001||Army Science Board Membership Records||1978||2004||Unclassified||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(6) Personal Information||7|
|220||NN3-220-12-011||Defense Business Board (DBB)||2005||2009||Unclassified||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(6) Personal Information||7|
|220||NN3-220-12-009||Defense Health Board (DHB)||11/1/2006||05/01/2009||Unclassified||Restricted- Partly||FOIA (b)(6) Personal Information||22|
|220||NN3-220-12-010||Dover Port Mortuary Independent Review Committee (Subcommittee of the Defense Health Board)||12/11/2011||2/28/2012||Unclassified||Restricted- Partly||FOIA (b)(6) Personal Information||4|
|220||NN3-220-12-012||Independent Design Review of National Naval Medical Center and Military Hospital at Fort Belvoir (National Capital Region Base Realignment and Closure Health Systems Advisory) (NCR BRAC)||1/1/2007||12/31/2010||Unclassified||Unrestricted||not applicable||5|
|220||NN3-220-12-006||Reading First Advisory Committee (RFAC)||2/1/2007||8/1/2009||Unclassified||Unrestricted||not applicable||1|
|241||LTI-0241-2012-0056||Abandoned Trademarks (Selected)||1/1/2003||12/31/2003||Unclassified||Restricted- Possibly||FOIA (b)(6) Personal Information||5|
|241||LTI-0241-2012-0054||Undersecretary/Director's Correspondence and Subject Files||1953||1973||Unclassified||Unrestricted||not applicable||1|
|257||LTI-0257-2012-0036||Occupational Wage Survey Bulletins and Area Wage Survey Bulletins||1/1/1949||12/31/1991||Unclassified||Unrestricted||not applicable||5|
|263||NN3-263-12-062||Historical Records||1953||1965||Classified||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||1|
|263||NN3-263-12-072||Intelligence Document Collection||1949||1961||Classified||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||16|
|263||NN3-263-12-070||Intelligence Reports||1957||1960||Classified||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||2|
|263||NN3-263-12-069||Intelligence Reports||2/1/1954||8/1/1954||Classified||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||1|
|263||NN3-263-12-068||Intelligence Reports||1947||1964||Classified||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||12|
|263||NN3-263-12-067||Intelligence Reports||1956||1957||Classified||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||1|
|263||NN3-263-12-066||Intelligence Reports||1952||1956||Classified||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||6|
|263||NN3-263-12-065||Intelligence Reports||1953||1954||Classified||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||2|
|263||NN3-263-12-071||Legal Subject Records Files||1947||1963||Classified||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||3|
|263||NN3-263-12-064||Legal Subject Records Files||1923||1960||Classified||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||8|
|263||NN3-263-12-063||Microfilm Intelligence Reports - Intelligence Document Collection||1951||1956||Classified||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||70|
|263||NN3-263-12-060||Policy Files||1963||1963||Classified||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||1|
|263||NN3-263-12-061||Records of the Committee on Procurement of Foreign Publications||1952||1963||Classified||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||2|
|266||LTI-0266-2012-0002||Subject Files: SEC Office of Public Affairs News Digest||7/1/1956||12/31/2002||Unclassified||Unrestricted||not applicable||15|
|299||NN3-299-13-001||Foreign Claims Indexes||1/1/1942||12/31/1966||Unclassified||Unrestricted||not applicable||5|
|319||LTI-0319-2012-0099||Background Notes and Papers - 24th Infantry Regiment - Black Soldier, White Army||1/1/1945||12/31/1953||Unclassified||Restricted- Possibly||Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)||52|
|319||LTI-0319-2012-0100||Permanent Orders||1/1/1975||12/31/1986||Unclassified||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(6) Personal Information||5|
|330||LTI-0330-2012-0012||Policy Files: DARPA Instructions, ( Numbers 21, 26 ,29, 31, 32, and 33)||3/17/1976||10/8/1982||Unclassified||Restricted- Possibly||Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)||1|
|373||NN3-373-12-005||Intelligence Reports||1962||1962||Classified||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||164|
|373||NN3-373-12-008||Intelligence Information Reports||1964||1964||Classified||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||72|
|373||NN3-373-12-004||Intelligence Reports||1969||1969||Classified||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||3|
|441||LTI-0441-2012-0023||Administrative Communications System (ACS) Case Files||10/1/1981||12/31/2002||Unclassified||Unrestricted||not applicable||2|
|441||LTI-0441-2013-0012||Federal Real Property Assistance (FRPA) Case Files||3/21/1952||4/6/2007||Unclassified||Unrestricted||not applicable||30|
|457||NN3-457-12-003||Signals Intelligence Files||1941||1945||Classified||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||2|
During the 1st quarter, NARA's Electronic Records Accessioning & Processing Staff completed 42 accessions across 23 record groups containing 99,356 files, 54,458,311 logical data records, and 22.1 GB ingested to the Electronic Records Archives (ERA).
For further information about any of the records listed below, contact Reference Section, Archival Electronic Records Operations, at 301-837-0470, or email email@example.com.
Records of the Bureau of Naval Personnel (Record Group 24)
21,738,226 logical data records
Alcohol Drug Management Information Tracking System (ADMITS), FY 2006. Materials closed.
Records of the U.S. Coast Guard (Record Group 26)
11,582 logical data records
Scanned Images of Civil Engineering Records, Equipment and Systems Drawings for Governors Island. Materials open.
Records of the Bureau of the Census (Record Group 29)
151,653 logical data records
Current Population Survey (CPS), January 2009: Unbanked/Underbanked Supplement. Materials open.
Records of the Federal Reserve System (Record Group 82)
27,766,009 logical data records
Disclosure Statements Report Files, 2009 (64,137 logical data records), Home Mortgage Disclosure Data Files, 1998 and 2001 (27,701,453 logical data records), Home Mortgage Disclosure Reports, 2009 (402 logical data records), and Summary of Economic Projections, 2007–2011 (17 logical data records). Materials open.
Records of the Comptroller of the Currency (Record Group 101)
535,637 logical data records
Financial Institution Database Files, 1998–2012. Materials open.
Records of the Bureau of Reclamation (Record Group 115)
196 logical data records
Sensitive Technical Reports, 2011, May, July, and August 2012. Materials closed.
Records of the Agricultural Marketing Service (Record Group 136)
1,536 logical data records
Plant Variety Protection Expired Certificates and Index, 1970–79. Materials open.
Records of the Foreign Agricultural Service (Record Group 166)
2,883 logical data records
Global Agricultural Information Network (GAIN) Public and Non-Public Reports, CY 2011. Materials partially open.
Records of the Federal Communications Commission (Record Group 173)
62,130 logical data records
Telephone Company Financial and Operating Report Data Files, 2003. Materials partially open.
Records of Temporary Committees, Commissions, and Boards (Record Group 220)
10,582 logical data records
General Records of the White House Commission on the National Moment of Remembrance, 2000–2011. Materials possibly restricted.
Records of the Securities and Exchange Commission (Record Group 266)
3,069 logical data records
Press Releases, 1997–2011. Materials open.
Records of the Administration for Children and Families (Record Group 292)
12,702 logical data records
Fourth National Incidence Study of Child Abuse and Neglect (NIS-4) Public Use Data Files, 2010. Materials open.
Records of the Office of the Secretary of Defense (Record Group 330)
2,306,749 logical data records
Foreign Military Sales (FMS) Database Files, ca. 1950–2009, ca. 1950–2010, and ca. 1950–2011. Materials security classified.
Records of the U.S. Naval Academy (Record Group 405)
86,570 logical data records
Midshipman Records, Class of 2006. Materials closed.
Records of the Federal Highway Administration (Record Group 406)
1 logical data record
Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) System Files, 1992–2008. Materials open.
Records of the Environmental Protection Agency (Record Group 412)
1,667,622 logical data records
Clean Watersheds Needs Survey (CWNS), 1988 and 1990 and Newsroom Database, 2010–2011. Materials open.
Records of the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (Record Group 423)
13,017 logical data records
Supplemental Survey of Civil Appeals, 2001 (10,157 logical data records) and Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics Files, 2003 (2,860 logical data records). Materials open.
Records of the Mine Safety and Health Administration (Record Group 433)
34,189 logical data records
Mine Operator Address, Employment, Accident, and Injury Files, 2003. Materials open.
Records of the Administration on Aging (Record Group 439)
34 logical data records
Final Report of the Community Living Assistance Services and Supports (CLASS) Program, October 2011. Materials open.
General Records of the Department of Education (Record Group 441)
4,077 logical data records
Libraries Files: Academic Libraries Survey, 2010 (Public Use). Materials open.
Records of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Record Group 442)
9,455 logical data records
Longitudinal Study on Aging (LSOA) Files: Second Supplement on Aging, 1994. Materials open.
Records of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (Record Group 566)
186,619 logical data records
Index to Alien Case Files at the National Archives at Kansas City, ca. 1975–2012, and Index to Alien Case Files at the National Archives at San Francisco, ca. 1975–2012. Materials open.
No report this quarter.
All records are open for research unless noted otherwise.
National Archives at Anchorage
Contact archival operations, 907-261-7809.
No report this quarter.
National Archives at Atlanta
Contact archival operations, 770-968-2100
No report this quarter.
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, 773-948-9000.
No report this quarter.
National Archives at Denver
Contact archival operations, 303-407-5740.
Records of the Bureau of Land Management (Record Group 49)
11 cubic feet
Colorado State Office: mineral leasing files, 1927–86.
Records of the Forest Service (Record Group 95)
4 cubic feet
Rocky Mountain Regional Office, Golden, CO: inspection reports, 1922–65; policy speeches, 1965-86; internal weekly newsletters, 1977–99; administrative history records, 1980–87; records relating to the specialty pack string, 1990–91; newspaper clippings relating to the Storm King fire. 1994; and Arapaho-Roosevelt National Forest: planning and data management records, 1983–89.
National Archives at Fort Worth
Contact archival operations, 817-551-2051.
No report this quarter.
National Archives at Kansas City
Contact archival operations, 816-268-8000.
Records of the Office of the Chief of Engineers (Record Group 77)
267 cubic feet
- Annual Historical Summaries, 1987 (1 cubic foot)
- Civil Works Project Files, 1881–1987 (5 cubic feet); 1954–83 (3 cubic feet); 1963–92 (3 cubic feet); 1964–92 (1 cubic foot); 1967–87 (2 cubic feet); 1968–87 (1 cubic foot); 1970–82 (12 cubic feet); 1973–87 (2 cubic feet); 1974–87 (1 cubic foot); 1978–92 (5 cubic feet); 1978–82 (1 cubic foot); 1980–82 (1 cubic foot); 1984–92 (1 cubic foot); 1985–92 (4 cubic feet); 1987–87 (1 cubic foot).
- Civil Works Small Projects File, 1962–87 (1 cubic foot); 1978–82 (1 cubic foot); 1984–92 (4 cubic feet)
- Environmental Pollution Abatement Files, 1988–92 (7 cubic feet)
- Flood Plain Management Services Studies, 1937–77 (1 cubic foot)
- Manuals, 1968–86 (1 cubic foot)
- Operation Program Progress Reports, 1965–82 (1 cubic foot)
- Project Operation and Maintenance Basic Files, 1942–92 (5 cubic feet); 1951–92 (7 cubic feet); 1960–87 (4 cubic feet)
- Publication Record Sets Files, 1990–92 (1 cubic foot)
- Scientific Assessment and Strategy Team, 1879–1995 (27 cubic feet); 1970–97 (21 cubic feet)
Kansas City District
- Civil Works Project Files, 1944–82 (6 cubic feet); 1961–82 (2 cubic feet); 1976–83 (1 cubic foot).
- Flood Plain Management Services Studies, 1950–78 (1 cubic foot); 1961–77 (1 cubic foot); 1970–82 (3 cubic feet); 1974–79 (1 cubic foot); 1975–81 (1 cubic foot); 1977–82 (1 cubic foot); 1980–81 (1 cubic foot); 1981–82 (1 cubic foot).
- Master Mobilization Plans, 1984–86 (1 cubic foot)
- Investigation Project Files, 1926–82 (4 cubic feet); 1960–82 (6 cubic feet); 1984–87 (6 cubic feet); 1987–87 (11 cubic feet).
- Inspection Real Property Title Files, 1940–54 (22 cubic feet)
- Real Property Title Files, 1930–70 (20 cubic feet); 1933–64 (20 cubic feet).
Missouri River Division
- Missouri River Division, Organization Plans, 1963–82 (3 cubic feet)
- Newspaper Files, 1987 (3 cubic feet)
- Project Operation and Maintenance Basic Files, 1941–92 (9 cubic feet); 1967–82 (10 cubic feet); 1980–82 (1 cubic foot); 1982–82 (2 cubic feet).
- Survey Report Files, 1951–92 (6 cubic feet)
St. Louis District
- St. Louis District, Civil Works Project Files, 1964–82 (1 cubic foot); 1971–82 (1 cubic foot)
National Archives at New York
Contact archival operations, 212-401-1620 or 866-840-1752.
No report this quarter.
National Archives at Philadelphia
Contact archival operations, 215-606-0100.
No report this quarter.
National Archives at Riverside
Contact archival operations, 951-956-2000
No report this quarter.
National Archives at St. Louis
Contact archival operations, 314-801-0909
No report this quarter.
National Archives at San Francisco
Contact archival operations, 650-238-3501.
No report this quarter.
National Archives at Seattle
Contact archival operations, 206-336-5115.
No report this quarter.
The Hoover Library accessioned two accretions to their manuscript holdings. Additions to the John Fawcett papers amounted to 4.5 cubic feet of materials, while the George A. Hastings papers received less than 0.5 cubic feet of materials. The library acquired 24 periodicals and four books during this quarter. There were no accessions or acquisitions of audiovisual materials.
The following artifacts were added to the collections: three World War I posters, two Hoover lapel pins, body armor worn by Hoover during his 1928 South America tour, 2012 campaign memorabilia, and one Hoover first-day cover.
During the quarter, 5.05 cubic feet of recent manuscript acquisitions were accessioned.
A total of 73 objects were acquired and accessioned during the quarter. They are all Roosevelt family-related objects donated by Curtis Roosevelt, grandson of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt.
An accretion (about 5 pages, 1949) to the Harry S. Truman Political Campaigns Collection: an eyewitness account of President Truman's Inaugural parade.
An accretion to the Papers of Hugh Fulton, Chief Counsel of the Senate Special Committee to Investigate the National Defense Program (the Truman Committee) from 1941 to 1944. The accretion (about 800 pages) consists of three scrapbooks of newspaper clippings and a college yearbook, 1930–41, and is closed pending processing.
An accretion (about 150 pages, 1936–52) to the Permanent File of the Harry S. Truman Papers: correspondence, printed materials, and handwritten notes relating to the White House grounds, plans for renovation of the White House, the activities of the Chief Usher, and the White House water supply.
Two bank ledgers from the Bank of America: one from the First National Bank of Independence, dating from 1900 to 1902; and the other from an unknown bank, dating from 1883 to 1885. The ledgers (about 50 pages) record financial transactions involving the family of Bess W. Truman and related families in Independence, MO. This material is closed pending processing.
The museum processed 16 new accessions during the quarter.
The oral history transcript with Irving Schoenberg was accessioned. Additional records of the White House, Office of the Usher were accessioned during the quarter.
The museum has accessioned a total of 157 items this quarter. This includes the remainder of the Robert Schulz collection and a grouping of World War II material donated in memory of Virgil G. Cyr, who served in the 58th Armored Field Artillery Battalion in Europe.
- William Henry Byrd Personal Papers (#382). Material focusing on his tenure as director of the Peace Corps outdoor fitness training programs in Puerto Rico from 1962 to 1963. Total volume 0.504 cubic feet. Closed pending processing.
- Accretion to the W. Willard Wirtz Personal Papers (#310). Total volume 6 cubic feet. Closed pending processing.
- Accretion to the Theodore C. Sorensen Personal Papers (#222). Total volume 5 cubic feet. Closed pending processing.
- One addition to the John F. Kennedy Tributes Collection (#322). Total volume 0.025 cubic foot. Open.
- One addition to the Ernest Hemingway Personal Papers (#104). Total volume 16 items. Open.
- Three additions to the Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection (#164). Total volume less than 1 cf. Open.
- One addition to the Returned Peace Corps Volunteers Collection (#184), personal papers. Total volume 0.025 cubic feet. Open.
- Two additions to the Miscellaneous Photographs Collection (#5013). Total volume less than 1 cf. Open.
Sound recordings and moving images:
- Four additions to the Returned Peace Corps Volunteers Collection (#184), oral history interview of returned Peace Corps Volunteer totaling +/- 8.5 hours. Open.
The library accessioned 0.0029 cubic feet (5 pages) of the personal papers of Jack White, internationally famous pocket billiard and trick shot artist. This collection consists of a brief biography, autographed photograph of him, and a three-page narrative of his meeting President Johnson in Maine in 1966.
The Audiovisual Department accessioned video and photos consisting of 1 LGA-O (legal oversize archives) box containing .593 cubic feet of still photos. The Technical Services Department produced 22 photo CDs (.088 cubic feet) and 12 video DVDs (.048 cubic feet) of material for ongoing documentation of the LBJ Library's public programs. Total AV accessions and acquisitions were .729 cubic feet.
This quarter the library accessioned several historically significant collections:
- The entirety of the Frost-Nixon tapes, donated by the Nixon Foundation
- Original notes on the White House tapes maintained by White House staff member John C. Bennett and donated by his daughter
- Duplicate materials from the papers of Herbert G. Klein, Director of Communications for the Nixon administration, from the University of Southern California
- Photographs of President Nixon's departure from the White House on the South Lawn on August 9, 1974
- Photographs of Richard Nixon at a 1960s golf tournament
- Six VHS cassettes of Post-Presidential material
- A U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce pamphlet
The library accepted 12 donations of various campaign material, clothing, framed items and paintings. We are also in the process of accessioning a framed map from Col. Gene Boyer, former pilot of Army 1, and 10 small paintings from artist Ben Benson.
During the quarter the library added material to the Susan Ford Bales Papers; Gerald R. Ford: Materials from the Writing of A Time to Heal, and the Composite Oral History Accessions. Each accretion was less than 1 cubic foot.
The museum received the following acquisitions: a silver "President Ford 76" pin; a 1936 Helios Central High School yearbook featuring Betty Bloomer; a ticket to the 1976 Central High School graduation; a collection of materials from the 1976 Republican National Convention; a 1996 Jerry Ford Invitational sweatshirt, a Jerry Ford Invitational white satin jacket, ca. 1980s; and a collection of material from the Ford Estate.
The library continues to receive material from President Carter's Office. We also received material from Frank Moore: Congressional Liaison Material, material related to Panama Canal, trip file and briefing books, mail logs and House and Senate endorsement material. From Carlos Campbell: note from then Governor Jimmy Carter, dated 10/25/1973 and a telegram from Campbell to Carter dated 7/12/1976. From Amy Santagata: material from her father's company Richard Crohon, KRC Associates related to the election. From Rupert Cutler: additional material related to personal papers for Rupert Cutler, period November 2011 through October 2012 plus financial records for the year 2011.
Canzeri, Tricia Novak: Papers, Photographs and Historical Materials, 1968–89 (8 cubic feet). This acquisition consists of materials donated by Tricia Novak Canzeri pertaining to the career of her late husband, Joseph Canzeri. He had a long and distinguished career in public relations and advance planning. The material in this collection documents his work with Governor and Vice President Nelson Rockefeller, President Reagan, Nancy Reagan, and other prominent individuals and organizations. The collection consists of photograph albums, briefing books, scrap books, newspaper clippings, correspondence, framed photographs, Reagan doodles, and various ephemera.* Ten new accessions, including the original casting and notes from a Reagan artifact in the "Treasures from the Walt Disney Archives" exhibit, artifacts from a Foreign Service employee who served in the Consulate General in Leningrad, and 100+ pieces of 1984 Los Angeles Olympic memorabilia from an Olympic official * Five new courtesy storage transfers * 21,517 iO records have digital images linked
Textual Archives accessioned seven cubic feet of Office of George Bush Daily Files from 2008.
The Audiovisual Department accessioned three photo albums, 67 photographic and five video additions to the Post-Presidential collection from the Office of George Bush. There was one DVD of Donated Historical Materials processed. In addition, the Audiovisual Department processed eight FOIA transfers from the Textual Archives.
There were 4,190 Post-Presidential artifacts accessioned and processed this quarter. The total processed Post-Presidential collection is 59,246.
There were 37 Presidential artifacts accessioned and processed this quarter. The total processed Presidential artifact collection is 45,983.
There were 4 Vice-Presidential artifacts cataloged and processed this quarter. The total processed Vice-Presidential artifact collection is 2,235.
This quarter, the Collections Department acquired two new artifacts by donations.
The Clinton Library accessioned approximately 19.386 cubic feet of textual material this quarter. The library received one collection from the Clinton family for courtesy storage.
The audiovisual (A/V) staff received approximately 4.032 cubic feet of internal transfers from the textual staff during holdings maintenance, systematic processing, and FOIA processing this quarter. A/V staff received approximately 1.077 cubic feet of material from a deed of gift collection.
Library staff continue work on completing deeds and acquiring other donations. The library received the final approved Peter Callahan deed this quarter. The library is still waiting to take physical possession of the Lazof book collection, as well as a few remaining Presidential documents from Mr. Lazof's collection.
In November 2012, the Presidential Materials Staff declassified and returned to the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library 144 pages of documents from its holdings that had previously been classified. These materials are from the President's Secretary's Files, the President's Map Room Papers, and the Adolf A. Berle, Jr. Papers. In addition to making the original documents available to researchers, we also created a special web feature and posted electronic copies on the library's website. The FDR Library has no classified holdings at its facility in Hyde Park, NY. Less than 250 pages remain classified out of 17 million pages of manuscripts materials. These remaining classified items are in storage in Washington, DC, and will be undergoing further review in 2013 to determine their eligibility for declassification.
An accretion (about 5 pages, 1949) to the Harry S. Truman Political Campaigns Collection.
An accretion (about 150 pages, 1936–52) to the Permanent File of the Harry S. Truman Papers.
George C. Neal Papers, General Counsel of the Civil Aeronautics Board from 1942 to 1946 (19 linear feet, 3 linear inches; 1926–66), consisting of correspondence, reports, printed materials, legal documents, press releases, minutes of meetings, drafts of legislation, speeches, and handwritten notes mostly relating to his career with the Civil Aeronautics Board and his involvement in civil aviation.
John G. Brannon Papers, Defense Counsel at the International Military Tribunal for the Far East from 1946 to 1948 (7 linear feet, 10 linear inches; 1912–93), consisting of legal documents, memoranda, correspondence, printed materials, reports, tables, maps, photographs, and other items relating to his work as a defense attorney at the Japanese War Crimes trials after World War II.
Records of the Jackson County (Missouri) Election Board (2 linear inches; 1932–56), consisting of voter registration records with the signatures of Harry S. Truman and his family, and a tabulation of votes cast in the 1948 general election.
Sheet Music Collection (21 linear feet; 1877–1976), consisting of sheet music that was purchased by or given to President Truman and other members of the Truman or Wallace families.
Accretions to the Papers of Rufus Burrus, friend and attorney of Harry S. Truman (about 200 pages); Sidney Sherwood, Secretary of the Export-Import Bank (about 4,800 pages); and J. Thomas Schneider, an official in the Departments of Defense, Commerce, and Justice (about 50 pages).
An accretion to Record Group 87: Records of the U.S. Secret Service (3 linear feet, 6 linear inches; 1943–64), consisting of records relating to personnel investigations.
The library released 3,170 pages of previously donor-restricted materials during the quarter. The materials are from the Eisenhower Pre-Presidential Papers, the White House Central Files, and the papers of Harris Ellsworth, Thurman C. Erickson, Leonard V. Finder, Edward A. McCabe, Neil H. McElroy and Charles C. Finucane.
In October 2012, the library opened and made available online seven boxes of the Robert F. Kennedy Attorney General Papers to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis.
This quarter, 103 new cases were assigned; 2,514 pages were submitted for declassification review. A total of 750 pages were processed following return to the library by agencies. Of these, 269 pages were declassified in full, 281 pages opened in part.
The library opened the papers of Robert Quartel, 1975–76. This collection consists primarily of materials related to the 1976 Presidential campaign, mostly letters from the public requesting information on President Ford's positions on issues, and the responses of the President Ford Committee Answer Desk to those letters. Also included is a series of Presidential Clemency Board reports documenting performance measurement and analyzing the process of deciding cases. 3.8 linear feet (ca. 7,600).
The library opened an accretion to the Office of White House Central Files Files (1971) 1974–77, consisting of White House filing manuals and logs of oversized attachments. Less than one foot.
The library opened audiovisual items transferred from the files of Mildred Leonard, personal assistant to President Ford; the papers of Paul A. Theis, Republican National Congressional Committee executive director and executive editor in the White House Editorial Office; the papers of Robert Anderson, special assistant for press relations to Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and U.S. Ambassador to Morocco; the papers of Gordon E. Vander Till, director of Gerald Ford's Grand Rapids Office; and, the 30-30 Club Scrapbook of club member James L. Trimpe. AV inventories were appended to the online finding aids for the above collections. Ca. 1 linear foot.
The library opened the following collections: Rex Granum's News Files: Helen Donaldson's Proposed Scheduling Files: Handwriting Files: Edward Sanders' Memorandum files, Correspondence Files, Press Files, and Office Files: Sandy Dockery's and Bob Dunns Subject Files: Domestic and Foreign Trip Files: White House Press Files.
The following requests/cases were released during this quarter:
|2010-0083-F||Sample dates from the Daily Diary|
|2006-0528-F||Assassination of President John F. Kennedy|
|2006-1007-F||Ann Z. Caracristi|
|2006-1140-F||Sarin gas attack in Tokyo 3/20/95|
|2011-0416-F||Daily Diary for 5/17/93 and 2/3/98|
|2012-0249-S||Linda Cooper— DPC|
|2012-0255-S||Dorothy Karayannis Craft—DPC|