Prologue | Summer 2014
Vol. 46, no. 2
Fred Shipman, the President's "own archivist," Fred Shipman was sent by President Roosevelt to Italy during World War II to survey and preserve archives.
German Americans joined the U.S. armed forces in World War I despite often facing suspicion at home.
As the British advanced on Washington in 1814, it was time to move the government's records to safety.