Spring 2008: Vol. 40, No. 1
|Jim Crow, Meet Lieutenant Robinson
Baseball legend Jackie Robinson's Army court-martial during World War II provided a preview of the civil rights movement that would shake postwar America.
NARA's 17 Federal Records Centers around the country easy storage and prompt of records for dozens of other federal agencies.
|No Little Historic Value
The Russian Revolution prompted American diplomats to take quick and unusual steps to save U.S. State Department records and bring them home to Washington.
Table of Contents
Prologue in Perspective: A Word about the Archives' Budget—and the Quality of Our Staff
Primaries, Politics, and Political Cartoons: The 1912 Election
Jessie Kratz and Martha Grove
The President and the Justices: Symposium at FDR Library Examines Supreme Court–White House Relationship
Cynthia M. Koch
The TVA at 75: FDR's Rescue of the Tennessee Valley Produced a Still Vital—and Controversial—Agency
Mary Evelyn Tomlin
Spotlight on NARA: Ready Access: NARA's Federal Records Centers Offer Agencies Storage, Easy Use for 80 Billion Pages of Documents
Tara E. C. McLoughlin
Genealogy Notes: To Protect and to Serve: The Records of the D.C. Metropolitan Police, 1861–1930
John P. Deeben
Authors on the Record: A Fresh Look at a Remarkable Year: Author Examines Jackie Robinson's Rookie Season
Foundation for the National Archives
Pieces of History: A Chinese Exclusion Act Coaching Book
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