Prologue | Spring 2005
Spring 2005: Vol. 37, No. 1
Belva Lockwood: Blazing the Trail for Women in Law - She stood up to a President, became the first woman to argue before the Supreme Court, and helped stir the woman suffrage movement.
The Frozen Sucker War - In pre-air-conditioning America, Good Humor and Popsicle square off in search of market share in the growing frozen sucker market.
20th-Century Veterans' Service Records: Safe, Secure—and Available - How records of soldiers, sailors, and airmen are preserved in our St. Louis facility and how to get copies of them.
Table of Contents
Prologue in Perspective:
Secrecy and Salesmanship in the Struggle for NARA's Independence
Robert M. Warner
The Frozen Sucker War
Jefferson M. Moak
Belva Lockwood: Blazing the Trail for Women in Law
Winema and the Modoc War: One Woman's Struggle for Peace
Four New Venues Open for National Archives Holdings
Finding Place for the Negro: Robert C. Weaver and the Groundwork for the Civil Rights Movement
Walter B. Hill, Jr.
Spotlight on NARA:
20th-Century Veterans' Service Records: Safe, Secure—and Available
Sealing the Sacred Bonds of Holy Matrimony: Freedmen's Bureau Marriage Records
Authors on the Record: Old Ironsides: Warrior and Survivor
Foundation for the National Archives
Pieces of History: General Robert E. Lee's Parole and Citizenship
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