Federal Records Management

Records Control Schedules

These requests for disposition authority documents are agency requests to NARA submitted since 1973.  Older items may have subsequently been superseded by more recent submissions.  Please see the FAQ for more information. Questions about active disposition authorities should be directed to the agency records officer.

NOTE: NARA’s process for determining which records schedules in the RCS are currently valid is an ongoing work in progress. Records schedules will be marked inactive when all items on the schedule have been superseded. Before implementing disposition using these records schedules, always verify that you are using the most recent and current disposition authority (or item).

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RG-0131: Office of Alien Property

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Title Number/Filename
Miscellaneous Records, 1941-67 N1-131-00-001
General Correspondence, 1941-72 N1-131-00-002
Vesting Orders and Related Records; Indices to World War I and II Claims; Closed Claims; Valueless Seized Securities, 1942-90 N1-131-01-001
Miscellaneous Subject, Administrative, and Financial Files of the World War I Alien Property Program, 1917-56 N1-131-08-001
Subject Files, Orders, Proposed Legislation, and Reports of the World War II Allen Property Program, 1942-80 N1-131-08-002
Munich Field Office Records, 1945-83 N1-131-08-003
Vested Property Case Files, Claim Files, Orders, Organizational and Procedural Documentation, Management Information, Tracking, and Finding-Aid Cards, 1942-68 N1-131-08-004
Reference Files, Chronological Files, Forms, Non-Record Copies of Two German Diaries, 1937-48 N1-131-86-001
Personnel Records, Reference Files, Records Relating to Tax Liabilities, and Field Office Mailing Lists, 1942-58 N1-131-86-002
Financial Reports, 1940-51 N1-131-86-003
Foreign Funds Control License, 1940-54; San Juan Power of Attorney Affidavits and Indices, 1942-45 N1-131-86-004
Audit Reports, 1940-66 N1-131-86-005
Claim Ledgers, 1946-59 N1-131-86-006
Proposed Insolvent Estate Debt Claim Determinations, 1951-59 N1-131-86-007
Vesting, Divesting, and Bar Orders, 1942-63 N1-131-86-008
Alien Account Case Files, 1942-66, and Voluntary Safekeeping Account Files, 1943-57 N1-131-86-009
Cancelled Checks, 1923-56 N1-131-86-010
Government Transportation Requests, 1942-47, and Vouchers, 1942-60 N1-131-86-011
Copyright Licenses Sales Case Files, 1943-66 N1-131-86-012
Copyright License Agreements, Cases, and Correspondence, 1942-67 N1-131-86-013
Jewish Restitution Successor Organization Claim Ledgers, 1955-59 N1-131-86-014
Looted Securities Claim Ledgers, 1948-58, and A (Patent) Claim Ledgers, 1947-57 N1-131-86-015
Foreign Funds Control Subject Files. 1940-47. Enforcement Division Investigative Case Files, 1940-47, and Field Office Investigative Case Files. 1940-47 N1-131-86-016
Congressional Investigations, 1952-53, and Financial Reports and Budget Statements, 1944-65 N1-131-86-017
Motion Picture License Case Files, 1942-68, List of Vested Motion Pictures, 1952-53, and Motion Picture Subject and Policy Files, 1942-59 N1-131-86-018
Patent Records, 1942-61 N1-131-86-019
Estate and Trust Records, 1917-64 N1-131-86-020
Trademark Files, 1942-63 N1-131-86-021
Philippine Vested Property Claims Committee Findings, 1948-51, and Miscellaneous Philippine Claims Files, 1951-59 N1-131-86-022
Philippine Alien Property Administration Records, 1945-64 N1-131-86-023
Interhandel Case Records, 1902-64 N1-131-86-024
Seized Records of Alien Companies, 1920-45 N1-131-86-025
San Francisco Field Office Case Files, Accounting Records, 1942-58 N1-131-86-026
Litigation Records, 1941-65 N1-131-86-027
World War I Related Records, 1918-57 N1-131-86-028
Supervisory, General, and Dissolution Orders, 1942-71 N1-131-86-029
Miscellaneous Records, 1936-1966 N1-131-86-030
World War I and II Miscellaneous Records, 1932-82 N1-131-87-001
Intercustodial Bank Files, General Correspondence 1960-1964, Vested Asset Report Case Files N1-131-87-002
Looted Securities Claim Case Files 1943-1959 N1-131-87-003
Accounting and Financial Records, Accounting Ledgers, Indices to Office of Alien Property (OAP) Claim Case Files from World War I N1-131-88-001
Jewish Restitution Successor Organization Claims 1955-1959 N1-131-88-002
Accounting and Financial Records, Liquidation Records, Closed Claim Case Files, Litigation Case Files for J. Robert Bonnar, Office Administration Records N1-131-88-003
Litigation Case File Index, 1942-87, and Valueless Seized Securities, 1942-90 N1-131-93-001
Seized Records of Japanese Banks and Trading Companies in the United States NC1-131-81-01
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