Prologue | Spring 2006
Vol. 38, No. 1
|Beyond the Box Score
Play Ball! There's a wealth of information about baseball and its illustrious past to be found in an unlikely place—the records of the National Archives.
|When an American City Is Destroyed
How the U.S. military became the "first responders" and took charge when an earthquake struck San Francisco a century ago this spring.
|Hemingway on War and Its Aftermath
How his chronicles of World War I affected one of the 20th century's most influential writers and, in turn, the course of American literature.
Table of Contents
Prologue in Perspective: After a Disaster: The National Archives as "First Preservers"
VIPs in Uniform: A Look at the Military Files of the Famous and Famous-To-Be
Beyond the Box Score: Baseball Records in the National Archives
David A. Pfeiffer and John Vernon
When an American City Is Destroyed: The U.S. Military as First Responders to the San Francisco Earthquake a Century Ago
50 Years of German-U.S. Archival Cooperation
A Founding Father in Dissent: Elbridge Gerry Helped Inspire Bill of Rights in His Opposition to the Constitution
Hemingway on War and Its Aftermath
Spotlight on NARA: Lights! Camera! History! Ideas! McGowan Theater Serves as a Venue for Documentary Film and Policy Forums
Genealogy Notes: The World War II Army Enlistment Files and AAD
Theodore J. Hull
Authors on the Record: An Extraordinary President and His Remarkable Cabinet: Doris Kearns Goodwin Looks at Lincoln's Team of Rivals
Foundation for the National Archives
Pieces of History: Thoughts in a Time of Crisis
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