Fourth Quarter FY 2001
WASHINGTON, DC, Area
General Records of the U.S. Government (Record Group 11, 6 cubic feet).
Enrolled Acts & Resolutions of the 106th Congress. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff 301-837-3480.
Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21, 497 cubic feet).
Records of the U.S. District Court for the Panama Canal Zone, dated 1904-81. Materials open. Contact the Old Military and Civil Records Staff, 202-357-5396.
Records of the U.S. Coast Guard (Record Group 26, 10 cubic feet).
Records of Officer and Non Commissioned Officer Personnel and Special Boards, 1967-80. Materials closed. Contact the Old Military and Civil Records Staff, 202-357-5396.
Records of the Post Office Department (Record Group 28, 6 cubic feet).
Mail cover case files, 1965-68; Amendments to the manual of postal inspections, 1935-39; and Mail cover coordination files, 1965-68. Materials open. Contact the Old Military and Civil Records Staff, 202-357-5396.
Records of the Bureau of the Census (Record Group 29, 46 cubic feet).
Census of Population and Housing: Status Reports-Periodic Census Activities, 1965-71; Census of Population and Housing: Decennial Planning and Management Files, 1964-76; Management Surveys, Studies, and Reports, 1957-79; Calendar Files of C. Louis Kincannon, 1983-92; Work Management Reports; 1970-80; and Files of Dr. Harry A. Scarr, Deputy Census Director, 1992-98. Materials open. Contact the Old Military and Civil Records Staff, 202-357-5396.
Records of International Conferences, Commissions, and Expositions (Record Group 43, 29 cubic feet).
Conference on International Aviation, 1943-45; Conference on Navigation of the Danube, Belgrade, 1948; GATT Documents, 1951-61; Colombo Meetings, 1958-60; Intergovernmental Ocean Committee 1962-73. Materials security classified. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.
Records of the Office of Management and Budget, (Record Group 51, 9 cubic feet).
Budget Review Division, Resources Systems Branch Program Records, 1945-85; Health Financing Branch Program Records 1981-1992. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.
Records of the U.S. Geological Survey (Record Group 57, 90 cubic feet).
Scientific Comm. Antarctic Research (SCAR) Files 1949-70. Materials Open. Geologic field notebooks and related material, 1880-1949. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.
General Records of the Department of State (Record Group 59, 3079 cubic feet).
Note: The large volume of unprocessed records represents the formal accessioning of materials that were transferred between 1997 and 2001. Declassification and archival processing has begun on these accessions. As records series are opened, they will be reported here.
Consular Conference Files, 1967-72; Planning and Operation Files For Korea and Other Far East Country Programs, 1962-68; Office of U.S. Programs and Services (CU/ECS); Office of Cultural Presentations; Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs; Records Pertaining to Far East Programs Policies and Budgets, 1960-64; Office of European Programs (CU/EUR); Office of East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Grantee Files/Country Files, 1961-66; Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (Asst. Secretary); Special Collections, 1966-76; School Files, 1962-68; Passport Subject Files, 1910-69; Subject Files, 1963-65 (CU/PRS); Subject Files, 1950-77 (Security and Consular Affairs); Bureau of Refugee Programs;
Inspection Report and Historical File, 1961-77; Congressional Relations Subject Files, 1957-74; Communications - Policy Files, 1945-80; Post Inspection Reports, 1953-64; Lot 72 D 147 INTELSAT Conference 1968-71; Lot 62 D 129 Terms of Reference for Terminated Committees, 1946-61; Lot 67 D 124 Studies of Interdepartmental Survey of Brazil, Liberia, Tunisia; International Boundary Water Commission/U.S. and Mexico, 1906-63; Misc. Records Office of Management, 1946-64; Lot 67 D 88 Misc. Correspondence, 1950-64; Lot 78 D 308 Presidential Visits and Trips, 1958-69; Office of Program Development and Evaluation; Lot 65 D 507 Country Files, 1957-64; Multilateral Policy Planning Staff;
Public Affairs Subject Files, 1951-64; Lot 67 D 143 SEATO Records, 1955-64; Classified Budget Records, 1944-61; Secretariat to the U.S. Commission For UNESCO; Records Relating to the Teenager Program, 1955-68; CERP 0008, U.S. Evaluation Reports, 1960-75; Plans and Development Staff; Intelligence Research Reports, 1955-67; International Conferences, 1914-64; Special Coordinator on Relief to Civilian Victims of the Nigerian Civil War, 1969-70; Research Reports, 1942-78; Summary Report on Community Meetings, 1963-67; Chronological File, Alpha File, 1965-69 (P/VN); Public Affairs, Subject Files, 1947-69; USS Liberty Claims Files, 1967-79; Management Subject and Name Files, 1964-75;
Deputy Under Secretary for Management - Multiple Series; FRUS, Background and Permission to Print, 1932-69; Management Operation Policy Files, 1954-73; Emergency Planning Subject Files, 1954-65; Records Relating to the Organization of African Unity; Bureau of Inter-American Affairs - Several Series; Subject Files, The International Boundary and Water Commission, U.S.-Mexico; Records Relating to U.S. Participation In SEATO, Subject Files, 1954-77; Office of Soviet Union Affairs; EUR Records, to 1966; Trans, Min. Subject Files, 1972-75; Fisheries and Wildlife, Subject Files, 1944-70; Interagency Committee Files, 1964-75; INTELSAT Meeting Files, 1964-75; Program Files, 1944-75 (INR); Bureau of Intelligence and Research;
Intergovernmental Committee European Migration 1951-61; ICAO Subject Files, 1945-69; Mixed Files Bureau of Economic Affairs; Records Relating to the Secretary of State Personal Improvement Program Office 1954, 1949-63; [USIA] OIR/CPI; Research Files Relating to the Palestine Problem (Herbert Fine), 1948-70; [USIA] Records Relating to Bacteriological Warfare Charges against the U.S. 1952-53; Subject Files, 1959-65 (INR); Miscellaneous Bureau of Economic Affairs; Subject Files (E/FAA), 1948-50; Subject Files (B/FAC), 1955-61; Reports on Travel Regulations for Eastern European Countries, 1972-75; Bureau of International Scientific and Technological Affairs; COCOM Program Files, 1962-75; Security Screening Files, 1949-66;
Subject Files, Manufacturing Licenses and Tech. Assistance Agreements, 1950-79; [USIA] International Information Administration; Security Policy Files, 1932-63 (O/SY/E); Records of U. Alexis Johnson (1932-77); Records of the Special Assistant For Population Matters; Country and Subject Files, 1939-75 (S/PRS); BALPA Files, 1968-9; Subject Files, 1963-8, Administrator SCA; Subject Files, 1966-70, Undersecretary For Political Affairs; Bureau of Public Affairs (P), Files Listed On Attachment; Vietnam Related Records, 1965-74; Foreign Service Board Meeting Files, 1946-67; Bureau of Politico-Military Affairs; Lot 66 D 428 Export Files - Telegrams, 1964;
Country and Frontier Reports and Maps, 1919-46 (INR/GE); Records of John W. Tuthill, 1954-68; Special Intelligence Service, 1939-48; Deputy Asst. Secretary for Politico-Military Affairs (J/PM); Director for the Diplomatic Security Service; Bureau of Intelligence and Research; Fisheries Wildlife and Ocean Affairs; Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental & Scientific Affairs (OES); Bureau of International Scientific and Technological Affairs (SCI); Diaries of David K.E. Bruce, 1949-69 & 1973-4; Records Relating to Loyalty and Security I the Department of State and Related Issues, 1943-54; Special Assistant to the Secretary and Coordinator for Combating Terrorism (S/CCT);
Records of Douglas MacArthur II, 1951-62; Records of L. Bruce Laingen, 1957-76; Records of Leonard C. Meeker, 1958-70; Bureau of International Organization Affairs (IO); Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs (EB); National Intelligence Survey Program Files, 1958-73; Cultural Activities Subject Files, 1961-65; Refugee Relief Program Subject Files, 1946-61; Records of Stanley M. Cleveland; Lot 77 D 245 Foreign Service Board Promotion Files, 1956-73; Management Correspondence Files, 1966-73; Sino-American Joint Session Files, 1960-63 (Lot 70D117); Records Relating to the Volta River Project, 1960-62; Security and Consular Affairs: Name Files, 1956-65; Miscellaneous Records, 1949-52;
Executive Secretariat, Visit Files, 1966-69; [USIA] International Information Admin, Field Programs (Multiple series); [USIA] International Information Admin, Office of Policy and Plans (Multiple Series); Legal Adviser, Subject Files, 1950-60 (L/EUR); Legal Adviser, Treaty Background Files 1778-1977 (L/T); Lot 67 D 310 Performance Evaluation Records 1924-65; Records of Richard S. Pederson, 1956-73; Records of Nicholas Katzenbach, 1966-69(U); Records of Robert S. Ingersoll,; Legal Adviser, Multiple Series; Open Forum Programs - Subject Files, 1968-72; Subject, Country and Briefing Book Files (T); Law of the Sea Negotiations, 1963-73. Materials security classified. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.
Lot 67 D 3 Background Material On Publications, 1965; Candidate Card Records 1900-60; Budget Records, 1944-61; Vietnam Subject Files, 1955-62. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.
Records of Sheldon B. Vance, 1967-75; Human Rights Subject File, 1975. Materials Open. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.
General Records of the Department of Justice (Record Group 60, 1 cubic ft). Class 100 - Re: Negotiations for Removal of Missiles from Cuba, 1962-63. Materials security classified. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.
Class 129, Last Will and Testament of FDR, 1945-56. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.
Records of the National Archives and Records Administration (Record Group 64, 3 cubic feet).
Observance of NARS 50th Anniversary, 1984. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.
Records of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (Record Group 65, 113 cubic feet).
Class 54 - Customs Laws and Smuggling, 1939-60; Class 50 - Involuntary Servitude and Slavery, 1937-75; Class 65 - Espionage, 1938-44; Class 101 - Hatch Act, 1940-42. Materials security classified. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.
Class 72 - Obstruction of Justice, 1949-59. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.
Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs (Record Group 75, 1 cubic foot)
Budget Estimates For Public Works, 1935-45. Materials open. Contact the Old Military and Civil Records Staff, 202-357-5396.
Records of the National Park Service (Record Group 79, 19 cubic feet)
Historic Sites Studies, 1934-57; Legislative Case Files (102nd Congress), 1991-92. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.
Records of Foreign Service Posts of the Department of State (Record Group 84, 434 cubic feet)
USUN, Central Subject Files, 1950-63; Foreign Service Posts (several accessions), to 1975. Materials security classified. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.
Records of the Public Buildings Service (Record Group 121, 927 cubic feet)
Unclassified Textual Records of the Public Buildings Service, 1880-1978. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.
Records of the U.S. Marine Corps (Record Group 127, 165 cubic feet)
Quarterly preparedness reports and related correspondence, 1911-36; correspondence related to Aviation, 1920-36; correspondence and guard book of Augusto Sandino, 1927-31; and letters captured during the Caco war in Haiti, 1919. Materials open. Contact the Old Military and Civil Records Staff, 202-357-5396.
Marine Corps Security Force Company Adak AK (Photos) 1070s; Marine Corps Post and Station Newspapers, 1980; Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Adak, AK Historical Data, 1943-88; CMC Speeches, 1968-70; CMC Notebooks, 1945-85; Official Foreign Visits, 1988-90; History of Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, Twenty-nine Palms CA, 1954-90; Marine Corps Post and Station Newspapers, 1981-82; 24th Marines Backup Material; Marine Corps Posts and Stations Newspapers, 1981-88 (microfilm); USMC General Officer Reports, 1945-92; CMC Schedule of Events, 1979-85; Women Marines Backup Material, 1946-77; U.S. and Foreign General Officer's Trip Reports, 1979-91; Women Marines, 1918-73; Backup Material for LTC Powell History of USMC, 1987-89; Marine Corps Magazines Post and Station Newspapers, 1970-74; Marine Corps Post and Station Newspapers, 1983. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.
Fort McHenry Guard, Fort Meade MD, 1954-75; Casualty Report Cards during the 1940s; Backup Materials USMC in Vietnam, 1969; Backup Material for Vietnam "The Bitter End"; Chief of Staff Projects, 1965-73; National Military Command Center, Joint Chiefs of Staff, Operational Summary of USMC Operations RVN; Fleet Marine Force Pacific Command Diaries, 1950-54; USMC Operations in Vietnam, Civic Actions in Vietnam, Khe Sanh, Notes on Special Units World War II; Defense Intelligence Agency Bulletins, January 1965-December 1971. Materials security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.
Records of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (Record Group 138, 2 cubic feet)
FERC Organization Files from 10/4/1958 to 1993. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.
General Records of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (Record Group 207, 26 cubic feet)
Publication Files - January-December 2000. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.
Records of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Record Group 255, 4 cubic feet).
NASA Formal Publication Series: Technical Papers (TP) mixed years 3/1996 to 2/2001; Technical Memos (TM), 1998-2000; Contractor Report (CR) 2/00 to 2/2001. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.
Records of the Bureau of Labor Statistics (Record Group 257, 4 cubic feet).
Record copy of CPI Methodological Detailed Manuals, 1970-82. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.
Records of the Security and Exchange Commission (Record Group 266, 249 cubic feet)
Various accessions. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.
Records of the Supreme Court of the United States (Record Group 267, 297 cubic feet)
Transcripts of Oral Arguments, 10/1999-04/2000; Appellate and In Forma Pauperis Case Files, 1997; Original Jurisdiction Case Files, 1993-98; Ex Parte and Miscellaneous Case Files, 1997; and Applications for action, 1997. Materials open. Contact the Old Military and Civil Records Staff, 202-357-5396.
Records of the U.S. Tax Court (Record Group 308, 13 cubic feet)
Record copies of U.S. Tax Court Reports, 1924-96. Materials open. Contact the Old Military and Civil Records Staff, 202-357-5396.
Records of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (Record Group 311, 33 cubic feet)
Defense Production Act Defense Material System Files, 1950-83; Defense Production Act Voluntary Agreement Files Concerning Section 708, 1950-83. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.
Records of the Army Staff (Record Group 319, 13 cubic feet)
Foreign Personnel and Organization Files, 1947-74; Counterintelligence/Security Investigation Files, 1970-72; Counterintelligence/Security Investigation Files, 1953-55; Foreign Personnel and Organizational Files, 1971-73; Foreign Personnel and Organizational Files, 1947-57. Materials security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.
Records of the Office of the Secretary of the Army (Record Group 335, 1115 cubic feet)
Secretary of the Army Records. Materials security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.
Records of U.S. Army Commands, 1942- (Record Group 338, 5 cubic feet)
Records of Foreign Personnel and Organizations, 1944-71; Counterintelligence/Security Investigation Records, 1949-71. Materials security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.
Records of the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (Record Group 364, 1 cubic foot)
General Counsel's Subject Files, 1977-80. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.
Records of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (Record Group 370, 2 cubic feet)
Fishery Management and Coordination Files, 1979-84. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.
Records of the Environmental Protection Agency (Record Group 412, 1 cubic foot)
Biennial Reporting System. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.
General Records of the Department of the Navy, 1947- (Record Group 428, 148 cubic feet)
Historical Records Relating to the USS Pueblo. Materials security classified. Contact the Archives II Military Records Staff, 301-837-3510.
Records of Organizations in the Executive Office of the President (Record Group 429, 6 cubic feet)
Office of Administration Deputy Director's Subject Files 1989-92; Deputy Director's Subject Files Personnel Management Division 1981-88; Deputy Director's Subject Files General Counsel's Office 1989-92. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.
General Records of the Department of Energy (Record Group 434, 2 cubic feet)
Secretarial Panel for Evaluation of Epidemiologic Research Activities for DOE, 1989-90. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.
Records of the National Institutes of Health (Record Group 443, 6 cubic feet)
NCI Publications, 1938-91; Cancer Chemotherapy Program, 1969-81. Materials unprocessed. Contact the Archives II Civilian Records Staff, 301-837-3480.
Records of the Bureau of the Census (RG 29; 317,367 logical data records)
Federal Assistance Award Data System, 1st quarter, FY 2001. Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, 301-837-0470.
Records of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (RG 442; 307,475 logical data records)
National Hospital Discharge Survey, 1998. Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, 301-837-0470.
Records of the Office of Personnel Management (RG478; 4,495,355 logical data records). Central Personnel Data File, 1989. Records with social security numbers restricted. Records with scrambled social security number open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, 301-837-0470.
Records of the Bureau of Ships (RG 19, 13 cubic feet)
Received were approximately 650 plans and blueprints relating especially to ship hull design considerations for the USS Forrestal (CVA-59), 1954-55. Materials open and processed. Accession NN3-019-01-001.
Records of the Public Buildings Service (RG 121, 160 cubic feet)
Architectural and engineering plans of the War Public Works (EOU), 1941-45 (142 cubic feet) which will be reallocated to the Records of the Federal Works Agency (RG 162); and architectural and engineering plans of Federal jails, penitentiaries, and reformatories constructed under the Public Works Administration building program, ca. 1938 (18 cubic feet). Materials opened and processed. Accession NN3-121-00-001.
Records of the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce (RG 151, 1 cubic foot)
Received was a 35mm color composite theatrical release print of the motion picture film, "Man Belongs to Earth" (1974, 23 minutes). This film was produced by the Department of Commerce for EXPO'74 in Spokane, WA, and was originally shown in the widescreen IMAX format and dealt with the fragility of earth's resources, a central theme of the U.S. Pavilion. This film copy supplements preservation and preprint materials received under earlier accessions. Materials are open and processed. Accession NN3-151-01-001.
Records of the United States Information Agency (RG 306, 12 cubic feet)
Received were 123 audiotapes from various USIA and VOA accessions previously stored in the Washington National Records Center. Retained were master tapes of radio broadcasts from the VOA program series "Report from America" for the period October 27, 1957, through December 31, 1957. These early samples of VOA broadcast programs in English contain news, interviews, and actualities. Also of interest were broadcasts tapes in English from the VOA African Field Service of the program series, "Radio Newsreel"; "Letter to the Northern States of Nigeria"; as well as speeches and interviews, 1971-73. Materials open and processed. Accession NN3-306-98-006.
Records of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (RG 442, 2 cubic feet)
Accessioned were 61 posters dating from 1991-99, in English and Spanish, designed to promote prevention of the spread of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and to provide information about the virus and the acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). The posters were created by the CDC Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention and distributed by the CDC National Prevention Information Network (NPIN). Materials are open and processed. Series 442-PA. Accession NN3-442-01-005.
Center for Legislative Archives
On June 28, 2001, the Clerk of the House of Representatives authorized the Center for Legislative Archives to make the records of the House Un-American Activities Committee (1600 linear feet) available for public use pursuant to House Rule VII. Under the rule, records more than 30 years old may be made available after screening by Center staff. The time required for screening depends upon the sensitivity of the records requested. Those records that contain personal information about a living person (the release of which would be an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy), administrative records relating to personnel, and records relating to executive session hearings are closed under the rule for 50 years. An inventory of the House Un-American Activities Committee's records is available from the Center for Legislative Archives, Room 205, National Archives Main Building, Washington, DC 20408.
National Archives at Anchorage
Records of the Bureau of Land Management (RG 49, 1 cubic foot)
Alaska State Office, Anchorage. Patented Native Allotments, 1941-69. Records open.
Records of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (RG 370, 15 cubic feet)
National Marine Fisheries Service, Alaska Fisheries Science Center, Auke Bay Laboratory. The records consist of data survey records, ca. 1920-80. The surveys mostly record amounts of fish taken by boats, including kind, size, sex.
Contact Archival Operations 770-968-2100
Records of District Courts of the United States (RG 21, 1/4 cubic foot)
Naturalization declarations of intention, 1939-52 from the United States District Court, Northern District of Georgia, Gainesville Division. Records are open.
No report this quarter.
National Archives at Chicago
Contact Archival Operations, 773-948-9000
General Records of the Department of Energy (RG 434, 1,300 cubic feet)
Records of Argonne National Laboratory, Records of the Center for Human Radiobiology, Records of Health Effects of Exposure to Internally Deposited Radioactivity, c.1892-1993. Records unprocessed. Some files may be restricted.
Contact Archival Operations, 303-407-5740
Records of the Bureau of Land Management (RG 49, 23 cubic feet)
New Mexico State Office: Reports of Oil and Gas Production by Operators of Indian Leases, 1957-67. Some files may be restricted.
Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs (RG 75, less than 1 cubic foot)
Plot Plans of the Blackfeet Agency, 1942, and Crow Agency, 1943. Records open
Records of the Chief of Ordnance (RG 156, less than 1 cubic foot)
Dugway Proving Ground, Utah: Bulletins and Memoranda, 1950. Records open
Records of the Bureau of Reclamation (RG 115, 90 cubic feet)
Lower Colorado Region (Boulder City, Nevada): Technical Reports, 1939-95; Repayment Contracts, 1923-94; Reports on Water Supply in the Lower Colorado River, 1913-50; Environmental Compliance and Management Reports, 1949-90; Technical Research Reports, Manuals, and Standards, 1963-95; Records Relating to Land Acquisition, 1939-91; Correspondence Relating to Permits and Leases, 1950-95; Correspondence Relating to Committee Management, 1950-55; Geologic Design Data, 1975-83; and Specifications, 1962-82. Records open
Records of the Department of Energy (RG 434, 64 cubic feet)
Grand Junction (Colorado) Projects Office: Case Files of Monticello, Utah Properties Documenting Radiological Assessment and Clean-Up, 1980-86; Photographs of Cleanup of UMTRA Properties in Edgemont, South Dakota, 1984-87. Records open
Records of Boundary and Claims Commissions and Arbitrations (RG 76, 1 cubic foot)
International Boundary and Water Commission (IBWC) treaty and convention historical files, 1908-69, relating to the Chamizal Treaty that corrected boundary problems between Mexico and the United States. Records are open.
Records of District Courts of the United States (RG 21, 54 cubic feet)
Criminal cases, 1969-70 from the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, New Orleans Division. Case file 30966 relates to criminal charges of carrying a weapon aboard an airliner that were filed against H. Rap Brown, an activist and member of the Black Panther Party. 2 cubic feet
Bankruptcy docket sheets, 1967-77, from the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, New Orleans Division. 36 cubic feet
Criminal cases, 1969-70, from the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, Corpus Christi Division. 3 cubic feet
1963 Oklahoma City (Western District of Oklahoma) desegregation civil case, Dowell v. Board of Education. 13 cubic feetNational Archives at Kansas City
Contact Archival Operations, 816-823-5032
Records of District Courts of the United States (RG 21, 3 cubic feet)
Bankruptcy Docket sheets, USDC, Western Division, Western District of Missouri, 1972-75. Records open. 1 cubic foot.
Bankruptcy Docket sheets, USDC, First Division, District of Kansas, 1973-75. Records open. 2 cubic feet.
Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs (RG 75, 1 cubic foot)
Employment Assistance Case Files, Horton (Kansas) agency, 1978-80. Records open; however, restrictions apply to records as imposed by the BIA.
Initial input of 81 series descriptions of previously accessioned records of Potawatomi agency. Records open; however, are subject to restrictions imposed by the BIA.
Records of the National Park Service (RG 79, 39 cubic feet)
General Administrative files and correspondence of the Director of Region II (later known as the Midwest Regional Office) 1952-70. Records open.
Records of the Forest Service (RG 95, 2 cubic feet)
Special Use Permit Files from the Black Hills National Forest, 1959. Records open. 1 cubic foot.
Administrative Correspondence Files (Planning Files-Law Enforcement) of the Mark Twain Forest, 1975. Records open, however, restrictions apply to records as imposed by the Forest Service. 1 cubic foot.
Records of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (RG 100, 17 cubic feet)
Safety Fatality and/or Catastrophe Inspection Case Files, Wichita Area Office, 1979-80. These case files are all restricted under the following exemptions to the Freedom of Information Act (5 USC 552): (b) (6); (b) (7c). Any permission to see them must come from the OSHA office of origin.
Records of the Public Buildings Service (RG 121, 11 cubic feet)
Real Property Disposal Case Files, Real Property Division, Kansas City, MO, 1974-75. Records open. 5 cubic feet.
Original and As-Built Drawings for various government GSA buildings projects, Kansas City regional office of the PBS, 1985 and prior. Records open. 6 cubic feet.
Records of the United States Courts of Appeals (RG 276, 89 cubic feet)
Pleadings files, briefs and appendixes filed with the Eighth Circuit Court in St. Louis, MO, 1974-75. Records open.
Contact Archival Operations, 949-360-2641
Records of District Courts of the United States (RG 21, 46 cubic feet)
Naturalization records of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, 1970-2000. Records unprocessed.
Records of the Office of the Secretary of the Interior (RG 48, 5 cubic feet)
Litigation Files of the Field Solicitor's Office, Phoenix, 1972-90. Records unprocessed
Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs (RG 75, 138 cubic feet)
Indian Self-determination Grant/Contract Files, 1975-80; Tribal Resolutions, 1938-78; and Employment Assistance Case Files, 1968-76, of the Papago Agency, 1975-80. Education Program Correspondence, 1958-73; Mission Correspondence, 1967-72; and Employment Assistance Case Files, 1973-75, of the Colorado River Agency. Law Enforcement Case Files, 1969-73, and Employment Assistance Case Files, 1976-77, of the Chinle Agency. Law Enforcement Case Files, 1970-75, and Employment Assistance Case Files, 1969-77, of the Fort Defiance Agency. Mission Correspondence, 1900-80, and Tribal Minutes, 1968-79, of the Palm Springs Field Office. Mission Correspondence, 1949-54, of the Navajo Area Office. Employment Assistance Case Files, 1969-71, of the Fort Yuma Field Office. Employment Assistance Case Files, 1971-77, of the Phoenix Area Office. Employment Assistance Case Files, 1952-77, of the San Carlos Agency. Employment Assistance Case Files, 1976-77, of the Los Angeles Field Office. Records unprocessed.
Records of Naval Districts and Shore Establishments (RG 181, 21 cubic feet)
Original Construction Drawings, 1959-84, of the Southwest Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Command. Records unprocessed.
No report this quarter.
National Archives at Philadelphia
Records of the U.S. Customs Service (RG 36, 3,285 cubic feet)
Philadelphia, PA (1789-1918), Pittsburgh, PA (1865-1890), Presque Isle (Erie) PA (1805-87), Wilmington, DE (1820-1918), Eastern District of MD (1881-1946), Baltimore, MD (1780-1930), Annapolis, MD (1789-1912), Nottingham, MD (1789-1822), Cedar Point, MD (1857-67), Dumfries, VA (1789-1805), Tappahannock, VA (1876-98), Newport News (Yorktown), VA (1867-1909), Richmond, VA (1820-1910), Petersburg, VA (1820-1909), and Norfolk & Portsmouth, VA (1820-1909). Records transferred from Old Military and Civil LICON (NWCTB) to Mid-Atlantic Region (NRBPA). Includes correspondence, inward and outward foreign and coastwise manifests, record of exports and imports, wreck reports, record of entrances and clearances, and other records. 3,267 cubic feet.
U.S. Customs Service, Norfolk, VA, Administrative Records, 1938-1961. Entrance and clearance records and related indexes, 1938-60. Records unprocessed. 18 cubic feet,
Records of the Wage and Hour Division (RG 155, 154 cubic feet)
Wage and Hour Division, Charleston, West Virginia. Inspection and investigation case files, 1946-86. Records unprocessed.
Contact Archival Operations, 650-238-3500
Records of the Bureau of Land Management (RG 49, 2 cubic feet)
Organization studies files of the Nevada State Office, 1974-89. Records open
Records of the Forest Service (RG 95, 29 cubic feet)
Selected historical files of the Pacific Southwest Regional Office, 1912-94, and of the following national forests: Klamath, 1979-95; Modoc, 1958-60; Plumas, 1909-94; Sierra, 1950-56; Six Rivers, 1951-54; and Tahoe, 1993-94. Records open.
Call Archival Operations, 206-336-5115
Records of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (RG 22, 17 cubic feet).
Managerial studies, ca. mid-1970s from the Western Washington Regional Office, Branch of Fisheries. Records open.
Records of the Bureau of Land Management (RG 49, 22 cubic feet)
Patent and Conveyance files, 1971 and Right-of -Way Grant case files, 1904-59, from the Idaho State Office; and Grazing Permits, 1977, from the Upper Columbia, Salmon-Clearwater Districts of the Coeur d'Alene, ID, Field Office. Right-of -Way files, 1942-67, from the Roseburg, OR, and Medford, OR, District Offices; and Grazing Permits, 1968, from the Burns, OR, District Office. Records open.
Records of the Forest Service (RG 95, 4 cubic feet)
Range Management Plans, 1969, 1970, from the Willamette, OR, National Forest; Directives, 1965-75, and National Forest Plans, 1980, from the Deschutes, OR, National Forest. Records open.
Records of the Energy Research and Development Administration (RG 430, 13 cubic feet)
Radioactive Waste Disposal records, 1955-72, from the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Lab of the Idaho Operations. Records open.
- Papers of F. G. Awalt, Comptroller of the Currency.
- Papers of Kenneth Neu, long-time executive director of the Iowa Savings and Loan League and a Republican Party activist.
- Additional papers of the Delano family from Cynthia R. Mead, grandaughter of Warren Delano III, President Roosevelt's uncle. The donation includes a letter book of Warren Delano II for the years 1861-62 covering his business dealings in Hong Kong, an 1841 letter book of his brother and business partner, Edward Delano, and daily diaries of his son Warren Delano III for the years 1899-1919.
- This quarter the Eisenhower Library accessioned the following material: (1) papers of Henry B. Hyde, 1940-96, member of Office of Strategic Services (OSS) in France during World War II; (2) additional papers of Neil H. McElroy, 1957-58, Secretary of Defense; and papers of Barbara Wyden, 1944-46, who assisted Kay Summersby Morgan in writing Past Forgetting.
- Papers of J. Edward Day, Postmaster General, 1961-1963. Correspondence, speeches, journals, trip files, first-day covers, stamps, and photographs from his tenure as Postmaster General and materials relating to the lawsuit Doe v. McCone, in which a citizen sued all the living Postmasters General for opening undeliverable mail. 15 feet.
- Accretions to the papers of Edward M. Kennedy, Senator from Massachusetts and brother of President Kennedy. Files maintained by staff members Barbara Cobb, Gerry Kavanaugh, and Carey Parker; state files; and campaign files for 1980, 1982, and 1984. 26 feet.
- Papers of Jane Mason, socialite and friend of Ernest Hemingway. Contains correspondence with the Hemingways and a scrapbook about her life. 1 foot.
- Accretions to the papers of Louis F. Oberdorfer, Assistant Attorney General, 1961-65; judge; Robert Kennedy family's personal lawyer. Personal correspondence files and criminal and civilian case files from the U.S. District Court in the District of Columbia. 17 cubic feet.
- Personal papers of Frederick L. Deming, Undersecretary of the Treasury for Monetary Affairs, 1965-66. This collection consists of correspondence, reports, speeches, and memorabilia.
- Accretion to the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Papers: White House Administration Office Files, 1.5 cu. ft., consisting of personnel lists from several Presidential administrations, 1956-78.
- Accretion of 90 audiotapes to the James Cannon Research Interviews, consisting of interviews conducted from 1990-93 by Cannon with Ford associates and family members as part of his research for volume two of his Ford biography, Time and Chance.
- Accretion to the Susan Ford Bales Papers.
- Accretion to the Composite General Accessions.
- Accretion to the Gerald R. Ford Papers relating to his Navy service.
- Accretion to the Gerald R. Ford Scrapbooks.
- Accretion to the Gerald R. Ford Personal Papers.
- Accretion to the Gerald R. Ford Post-Presidential Office Files.
- Accretion to the Gerald R. Ford Foundation Audiovisual Materials.
- Personal Papers of George Bush, Post-Presidential. 16 ft.
- Personal Papers of Chase Untermeyer. 0.33 ft.
- Personal Papers of Donna E. Shalala, Secretary of Health and Human Services, 1993-2001. The collection consists of background materials, briefing papers, and memorandums on various topics spanning that period. 86 cu. ft.
- Papers of Herbert Hoover: Papers relating to his attendance at the annual Bohemian Grove Encampments in Northern California, 1941-64. The collection contains correspondence, speeches, and encampment materials. 3 cubic feet.
- Fifteen audio recordings, totaling approximately 14 hours of private interviews between former President Truman and his advisers William Hillman and David Noyes. These were recorded from September 8 to November 17, 1959. Primarily, the recordings were used to help the former President in preparing his book, Mr. Citizen. The original reel-to-reel tapes cover a variety of topics, including Russian Premier Nikita Khruschev, the Cold War, organized labor in politics, the firing of Gen. Douglas MacArthur, the elections of 1952 and 1956, former Presidents of the United States, and other prominent individuals such as George C. Marshall and Sam Rayburn.
- Papers of Robert E. Hannegan (less than one linear foot), consisting mostly of personal correspondence to Hannegan, Postmaster General and Chairman of the DNC, and to his widow, Irma Hannegan, along with newspaper clippings, other printed material, and additional items. Approximate date span: 1929-87.
- Papers of Lawrence E. Hartwig (approx. 1 linear foot), consisting of published reports, regulations, transcripts of hearings, and other items relating to the history and activities of the Appeal Board and the Renegotiation Board on which Hartwig served. Both boards were involved in resolving contract issues arising between the government and private contractors. Approximate date span: 1942-78.
- Brainard, Charles L.: Papers, 1945-69
- Dowd, Eleanor M.: Papers, 1897-1953
- Eisenhower, Centennial Commission: Records 1987-91 (a component of Record Group 220: Records of Temporary Committees, Commissions and Boards)
- General Services Administration: Records regarding Eisenhower Library site acquisition, 1956-82
- Hughes, Rowland R.: Additional papers, 1950-59
- Huntington, Albert H., Jr.: Documents relating to foreign aid (duplicate copies, 1948-90)
- Jones, Roger W.: Papers, 1954-75
- Kimball, Arthur A.: Papers, 1891-1994
- Larson, G. Edward: Papers, 1942-93
- McElroy, Neil H.: Additional papers, 1957-58
- Morrow, E. Frederic: Additional records, 1955-60
- Rountree, William M.: Papers, 1935-95
- Rumbough, Stanley M., Jr.,: Papers, 1952-57
- Papers of James Cannon, writer and political adviser. Materials related to potential articles on Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr., and Robert F. Kennedy. Including interviews with John F. Kennedy, Joseph P. Kennedy, and Mrs. Robert F. Kennedy, 1939-63. 0.5 foot
- Papers of Clark Clifford, Kennedy family attorney and presidential adviser. Personal files and papers relating to the 1960 Presidential transition, to his investigation of the authorship of Profiles in Courage and to legal matters. 1 foot, 3 rolls of microfilm.
- Correspondence from the permission-required personal papers of Joseph P. Kennedy, father of President Kennedy; banker; financier; diplomat; Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission (1934-1937); Chairman, Maritime Commission (1937); and American Ambassador to Great Britain (1938-40). The newly processed materials date from 1938 to 1941. 1.5 ft.
- Account from William G. Penny, who states that during World War II he was on the ground and witnessed an explosion over Great Britain in which Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr., died.
- Returned Peace Corps volunteers added journals, correspondence, memoirs, tapes and transcripts of oral history interviews and audio-visual items to the Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Collection. Total: 3.5 feet.
William Austin, Ghana, 1961-63
George Cony, Ghana, 1961-63
Robert Crisco, Ghana, 1961-63
Regis Lemur, Tunisia, 1962-64
Sister Sandra Mangier, Botswana, 1982-83
Tom Peterson, Ghana, 1961-63
Lola Smith, Micronesia, 1966
M. Browser Smith, Ghana, 1961-65
Ray Sprigs, Ghana, 1961-63
Tom Trail, Ecuador, 1964
Dorothy Dee Valencia, Ghana, 1961-63
Sarah Stevenson Ventures, Haiti, 1990-91
Carol Warmer, Ghana, 1961-63
- Oral history interview with Lawrence E. Harrison of USIA, 1962-68.
- Oral History Transcripts: Herman Von Holt (friend of Ellsworth Bunker), 87 pages; Mortimer M. Caplin (Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 1961-65), 93 pages; Frank Stanton (President, CBS), 86 pages; Thomas H. Kuchel (U.S. Senator, California), 20 pages; and Daniel C. Garcia, Sr. (businessman, student of Lyndon Johnson's at Cotulla, TX). 35 pages.
- National Security File, Country File, Jordan.
- Head of State Correspondence File, the files for Iceland and Poland.
- Special Head of State Correspondence File, the files for Bhutan, Botswana, Bulgaria, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Ceylon, Chad, Congo, Dahomey, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, the Fiji Islands, Gabon, Germany, Norway, Sudan, Swaziland, and Tanzania.
- Papers of Stanley Scott, Special Assistant to the President for Minority Affairs, 1971-77. 20 linear ft.
- FOIAs opened include documents relating to Phillip Brady in the Office of Cabinet Affairs, Japan Trade & Economic Policy, Presidential Memcons and Telcons between Bush and foreign leaders from 1989 to 1991, Events in China from April to July 1989, Gerald Calhoun Phillips, Phillips Colleges, Inc., Gerald Riso, and C. Ronald Kimberling, Charlton Heston, Convention on Civil & Political Rights, Dana Carvey, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Chuck Norris, and the Fitness Councel, Tino Duran, Marc Rich, and letter from Shoshana Cardin to George Bush 9/91. 56,737 pages.