Accessions and Openings for the 2nd Quarter FY 2011
During the P2011 annual move this quarter, 19,893 cubic feet of textual records from the Washington National Records Center (WNRC), Lenexa, and Lee's Summit were added to NARA’s permanent holdings.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) continues to transfer records as direct offers to the National Archives. During the 2nd quarter, we received 3,768 cubic feet of Headquarters and Field Office Class 100 records.
During the 2nd quarter, the Records Accessioning and Control Team transferred 802 cubic feet of direct offers from agencies other than the FBI
General Records of the Department of Justice (Record Group 60)
2,519,928 logical data records
Index to Microfilmed Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Discovery Documents and Transcripts of the Joseph Hazelwood Trial. Materials open. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail email@example.com.
Records of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (Record Group 65)
4,797 logical data records Automated Indices for the Whitewater Investigation Case Files, 1987–2000. Materials restricted. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Records of the Office of the Judge Advocate General (Army) (Record Group 153)
665,015 logical data records
Army Court-Martial Management Information Systems Files (ACMIS), 1989–2010. Materials partially restricted. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail email@example.com.
Records of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Record Group 255)
19,404 logical data records
Scientific and Technical Information Publication and Bibliographic Entries Files, 2007. Materials partially restricted. Contact the Reference Staff, Center for Electronic Records, at 301-837-0470, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Between January and March, eight new (5.96 CF) descriptions were completed.
New analog and digital photographic series level description include: Two series of electronic records (digital photographs and accompanying index) from RG 370, Photographs Documenting Environmental Cleanup Projects, and Social and Economic Life, on the Pribilof Islands, AK (370-AL ARC# 5688490), and Index to Photographs Documenting Environmental Cleanup Projects, and Social and Economic Life, on the Pribilof Islands, AK ( 370-ALI ARC# 5708128; two series of electronic records (digital photographs and accompanying index) from RG 434, Photographs Documenting Environmental Cleanup Operations at the Mound Site in Miamisburg, OH (434-MD ARC# 5710231), and Index to Photographs Documenting Environmental Cleanup Operations at the Mound Site in Miamisburg, OH (434-MDI ARC# 5711572); two series from RG 114, Photographs Relating to Soil Erosion and Water Conservation Investigations of the Fort Hays, KS, Experiment Station (114-KS ARC# 5700801) and Shelf List to Photographs Relating to Soil Erosion and Water Conservation Investigations of the Fort Hays, KS, Experiment Station (114-KSX ARC# 5701165); Portraits of Agency Personnel (441-EPD ARC# 5720676) from RG 441; and one series from RG 255, Space Shuttle Discovery Photolithograph (255-LJ ARC# 2439914).
Records of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, (Record Group 22) 5 cubic feet This accession consists of video recordings of public service announcements and other topics created in the Alaska region, 1980–2000. NN3-022-11-001
Records of the National Archives and Records Administration (Record Group 64) 1 cubic foot This internal transfer consists of video recordings accumulated by Raymond A. Mosley during his tenure as Chief of Staff and other leadership positions he held at NARA, 1980–95. NN3-064-10-019 (ARC 12055)
Records of the Bureau of Aeronautics (Record Group 72) 1 cubic foot This internal transfer from textual archives consists of moving images that show experimental aircraft and equipment manufactured by various contractors, 1952–59. 59-1789, 11920, 11921, 11922 (ARC 5725711)
Records of the Farm Credit Administration (Record Group 103) 1 cubic foot This internal transfer consists of audio recordings of Farm Credit Administration Board Meetings, 1993–97. NN3-103-10-001 (ARC 5719310)
Records of Temporary Committees, Commissions, and Boards: President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities, 1952–98 (Record Group 220) 6 cubic feet This internal transfer includes public service announcement motion picture films and videos documenting the activities of the President’s Committee on Employment of the Handicapped. NN3-220-04-001 (ARC 5725434)
Records of Temporary Committees, Commissions, and Boards: Records of the National Commission on Libraries and Information Services, 1979–95 (Record Group 220) 2 cubic feet This accession consists of audio and video recordings of the White House Conference on Libraries and Information Services and includes topics on older adults. NN3-220-08-026 and 027 (ARC 5709885 and 5709871)
Records of Temporary Committees, Commissions, and Boards: Records of the National Commission on Libraries and Information Services, 1989–92 (Record Group 220) 1 cubic foot This accretion consists of video recordings of the White House Conference on Libraries and Information Sciences under President George H.W. Bush. NN3-220-05-011 (ARC 561823)
Records of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Record Group 255) 75 cubic feet These internal transfers consist of video recordings of programs and project records of the Goddard Space Flight Center, 1980–98. NN3-255-11-001
Records of the Environmental Protection Agency (Record Group 412) 3 cubic feet This internal transfer consists of audio recordings of urban noise analog data, 1974. NN3-412-11-014
Records of the Peace Corps (Record Group 490) 1 cubic foot This internal transfer consists of Office of Communications video recordings of Peace Corps recruitment and public service announcements, 1996–2000. NN3-490-11-001 (ARC 5720326)
Records of the Criminal Investigative Service (Record Group 526) 1 cubic foot This internal transfer consists of Multiple Threat Center video recordings of law enforcement, terrorism, drug abuse, intelligence, and other activities seen as threats to U.S. national security, 2005–2008. NN3-526-10-001 (ARC 5710331)
All records are open for research unless noted otherwise.
National Archives at Atlanta
Contact archival operations, 770-968-2100.
No report this quarter.
National Archives at Boston
Contact archival operations, 781-663-0121 or 866-406-2379.
No report this quarter.
National Archives at Chicago
Contact archival operations, 773-948-9000.
No report this quarter.
National Archives at Denver
Contact archival operations, 303-407-5740.
No report this quarter.
National Archives at Fort Worth
Contact archival operations, 817-831-5620.
No report this quarter.
National Archives at Kansas City
Contact archival operations, 816-268-8013.
Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
25 cubic feet
USDC Northern District of Iowa, Cedar Rapids Division, Closed Civil Cases, 1975–85 (3 cubic feet).
Records of the Department of Defense, Department of the Army, U.S. Material Command, Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant, Plant Plans, 1957–88 (12 cubic feet ).
USDC Eastern District of Missouri, Northern Division, Hannibal, Closed Civil Case File, 1989 & prior (2 cubic feet).
USDC Eastern District of Missouri, Southeastern Division, Cape Girardeau, Closed Civil Case Files, 1994 and prior (9 cubic feet).
USDC Eastern District of Missouri, Eastern Division, St. Louis, Closed Civil Case Files, 1989 and prior (9 cubic feet)
Records of the Grain Inspection, Packers, and Stockyards Administration (Record Group 545)
1 cubic foot
Department of Agriculture, Grain Inspection, Packers, and Stockyards Administration, Technical Services Division, Kansas City, MO, Research Projects/Studies/Surveys—Research Survey Records, 1985.
National Archives at New York
Contact archival operations, 212-401-1620 or 866-840-1752.
Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21)
685 cubic feet
U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York:
Civil Cases (Closed), 1985 (220 cubic feet)
Criminal Cases (Closed), 1985 (21 cubic feet)
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York (Central Islip):
Civil Cases (Closed/Trial), 1977–85 (35 cubic feet)
Criminal Cases (Closed/Trial), 1984–85 (5 cubic feet)
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of New York (Central Islip, NY):
Closed Bankruptcy Cases, 1973–84 (Closed in February and July 1985) (38 cubic feet)
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York (Brooklyn)
Civil Cases (Closed/Trial), 1973–85 (133 cubic feet)
Criminal Cases (Closed/Trial), 1975–85 (39 cubic feet)
Miscellaneous Cases (Closed), 1985 (9 cubic feet)
Minute Sheets (Closed), 1979–83 (33 cubic feet)
U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York:
Closed Civil Cases, 1975–85 (41 cubic feet)
Closed Civil Miscellaneous Cases, 1975–85 (10 cubic feet)
U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey:
Closed Civil Cases, 1976–84 (63 cubic feet)
Closed Criminal Cases, 1969–85 (38 cubic feet)
Records of the U.S. Department of Energy (Record Group 434)
71 cubic feet
West Valley Demonstration Project, West Valley, NY: Project Planning and Design Records, 1981–90 (42 cubic feet); Public Involvement Records, September 1981–September 1990 (29 cubic feet).
Records of the U.S. Attorney’s Office (Record Group 118)
25 cubic feet
U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York: Office Files of U.S. Attorney Otto G. Obermaier, 1989–93.
Records of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (Record Group 36)
11 cubic feet
Office of Investigations—New York Office: Neutrality Investigation Case Files, 1989–95 (6 cubic feet).
Office of Investigations—Buffalo, NY, Office: Neutrality Investigation Case Files, September 1975–September 1989 (5 cubic feet).
Records of the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Record Group 100)
2 cubic feet
Puerto Rico Area Office: Safety, Fatality, and/or Catastrophe Inspection Case Files, FY 1990 (1 cubic feet)
Marlton (NJ) Area Office: Safety, Fatality, and/or Catastrophe Inspection Case Files, FY 1988–90 (1 cubic feet)
National Archives at Philadelphia
Contact archival operations, 215-305-2044.
No report this quarter.
National Archives at Riverside
Contact archival operations, 951-956-2000
Records of District Courts of the United States (Record Group 21) 26 cubic feet
Federal Courts in Arizona:
U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona, Tucson. Criminal Dockets, 1984–85.
U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona, Phoenix. Judgment and Order Books, 1982–85.
Federal Courts in Nevada:
U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada, Las Vegas, Bankruptcy Case Files, 1952–62.
U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada, Las Vegas, Petitions for Naturalization Name Changes, 2008.
Records of the U.S. Customs Service (Record Group 36)
44 cubic feet
Special Agent in Charge, Long Beach, CA, Neutrality Investigation Case Files, 1987–95.
Special Agent in Charge, San Diego, CA, Neutrality Investigation Case Files, 1992–95.
Special Agent in Charge, Los Angeles, CA, Neutrality Investigation Case Files, 1984–95.
Resident Agent in Charge, Nogales, AZ, Neutrality Investigation Case Files, 1985–95.
Resident Agent in Charge, Phoenix, AZ, Neutrality Investigation Case Files, 1991–95.
Resident Agent in Charge, Yuma, AZ, Neutrality Investigation Case Files, 1989–91.
Resident Agent in Charge, Camarillo, CA, Neutrality Investigation Case Files, 1992–94.
Resident Agent in Charge, Oceanside, CA, Neutrality Investigation Case Files, 1984–95.
Resident Agent in Charge, Riverside, CA, Neutrality Investigation Case Files, 1985–89.
(Files may be restricted due to FOIA requirements).
Records of the Bureau of Land Management (Record Group 49)
8 cubic feet
Southern Nevada District Office, Las Vegas, NV, Press Releases, 1969–86; Publication Masters, 1980–99; Advisory Committee Case Files, 1993–97; Fire Management Files, 1991–96; Grazing Operator Case Files, 1974–80.
General Records of the Department of the Treasury (Record Group 56)
1 cubic foot
Defense Lending Division, Los Angeles, CA, Application Loan Files, 1955.
General Records of the Department of Justice (Record Group 60)
62 cubic feet
Las Vegas Strike Force, Las Vegas, NV, Criminal Case Files, 1976–80. (Files may be restricted due to FOIA requirements).
Los Angeles Strike Force, Los Angeles, CA, Criminal Case Files, 1981–86. (Files may be restricted due to FOIA requirements).
Records of United States Attorneys (Record Group 118)
634 cubic feet
United States Attorney for the District of Nevada, Las Vegas, NV, Criminal Case Files, 1991. (Files may be restricted due to FOIA requirements).
United States Attorney for the Central District of California, Los Angeles, CA, Criminal Case Files, 1965–90. (Files may be restricted due to FOIA requirements).
United States Attorney for the Central District of California, Los Angeles, CA, Civil Case Files, 1965–91. (Files may be restricted due to FOIA requirements).
Records of the Office of Price Administration (Record Group 188)
1 cubic foot
District Office, Phoenix, AZ, Memorandums, Bulletins, and Forms, 1943–44.
Records of the Federal Aviation Administration (Record Group 237)
6 cubic feet
Western-Pacific Region, Los Angeles, CA, Directives Case Files, 1971–86.
Western-Pacific Region, Los Angeles, CA, Airport Airspace Analysis Case Files, 1995. (Files may be restricted due to FOIA requirements).
Records of the U.S. Courts of Appeals (Record Group 276)
70 cubic feet
United States Bankruptcy Appellate Panel, Pasadena, CA, Bankruptcy Appeal Case Files, 1980–85.
Records of the Office of the Secretary of Defense (Record Group 330)
4 cubic feet
Armed Forces Radio and Television Service, Los Angeles, CA, Policies and Procedures Files, 1946–80.
Records of Records of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (Record Group 370)
56 cubic feet
National Marine Fisheries Service, Southwest Fisheries Science Center, La Jolla, CA. Data Collected by Federal Observers on Tuna Fishing Trips, 1975–85. (Files may be restricted due to FOIA requirements).
Records of the Environmental Protection Agency (Record Group 412)
11 cubic feet
Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory, Las Vegas, NV, Permit Compliance System Records, 1982–98; Source Data Files, 1979–80.
Records of the United States Bankruptcy Courts (Record Group 578)
2 cubic feet
United States Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California, Los Angeles, Adversary Bankruptcy Dockets, 1985.
United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of California, San Diego, Bankruptcy Dockets, 1985.
National Archives at St. Louis
Contact archival operations, 314-801-0800
No report this quarter.
National Archives at San Francisco
Contact archival operations, 650-238-3501.
No report this quarter.
National Archives at Seattle
Contact archival operations, 206-526-6501.
Records of the Bureau of Land Management (Record Group 49)
3.231 cubic feet
Upper Snake River Field Office: Photographs and& Slides—BLM Mission-Related Record Copies, 1976–99.
Records of the Public Buildings Service (Record Group 121)
0.31 cubic feet
General Services Administration: Real Estate Acquisition /Division, Northwest/Arctic Region 10: Original and As Built Drawings, Project Specifications, Change Orders, and Visual Documentation in Roseburg, OR (Records for Historic Preservation).
Records of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (Record Group 370)
7.539 cubic feet
Marine Operations, Seattle; Ships' Deck Logs, 2008–2009.
Robert Wood Hollis Jr. Collection (HOLLIS)
0.1 cubic feet
Maps of Naval Air Station Seattle, 1942.
During the second quarter of fiscal year 2011, the Hoover Library received two small additions to existing collections: 1) an additional three linear feet to the Robert E. Wood papers from his grand-nephew, Calvin Fentriss; and 2) one folder with four items about the late Margaret Hoover Brigham from her husband, Richard T. Brigham.
During the second quarter, .010 cubic feet of recent manuscript acquisitions were accessioned.
Most notable among this quarter's accessions were four handwritten letters from Franklin D. Roosevelt to Lucy Mercer Rutherfurd, 1926–28 (deposited by Lucy Mercer Knowles and Alice Rutherfurd Knowles); an accretion to the papers of Curtis Roosevelt consisting of correspondence between his mother Anna Roosevelt Boettiger and Ruth Chandler Roosevelt (gift of Curtis Roosevelt); and an original autograph letter from Eleanor Roosevelt to Mrs. William Campbell, November 13, 1933 (gift of the Estate of Francis Rutherford).
During the quarter, 12 new books, 38 periodicals, and 49 vertical file items were added to the printed materials collections.
The one new object accessioned into the museum collection during the quarter was a partial (used) ticket for the January 20, 1937, inauguration (donated by Dr. John J. Corrigan, Jr.).
Papers of John Caskie Collet: correspondence, memorandums, speech drafts, printed materials, legal documents, scrapbooks, certificates, and other items mostly relating to Collet's career as an attorney, public servant, judge, and Truman administration official (about 16,000 pages, ca. 1920–58). This collection is closed pending processing.
Records of the Harry S. Truman Good Neighbor Award Foundation: letters to Mr. Truman, several from prominent people, thanking him for gift copies of his Memoirs; birthday greetings to Mr. Truman on the occasion of his 83rd birthday in 1967; letters to Henry Talge; materials relating to the celebration of Mr. Truman's 75th birthday in 1959; materials relating to the presentation of the first Harry S. Truman Good Neighbor Award in 1973; a scrapbook of articles about Mr. Truman; and photographs relating to the Foundation, Mr. Talge, and Talge’s relationship with the Trumans (about 12,000 pages, ca. 1950–96). This collection is closed pending processing.
Four accretions to Record Group 64, Records of the National Archives and Records Administration: Records of the Harry S. Truman Library, consisting of Visitor Comment Books: Living Legacy Gallery (about 7,200 pages, 2001–2010); Visitor Comment Books: Atomic Bomb Gallery (about 7,200 pages, 2001–2010); Records Relating to the Inventory of the Truman Home (about 3,500 pages, 1959–86); and Library Visitor Registers (about 3,200 pages, 1957–82). Open for research, with the exception of the Records Relating to the Inventory of the Truman Home, which are closed pending processing.
An accretion to the Papers of Emmet O'Neal: correspondence, photographs, printed materials, memorabilia, scrapbooks, and other items mostly relating to O'Neal's career in public life, especially his service as U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines and as Chairman of the Corregidor-Bataan Memorial Commission (about 4,000 pages).
An accretion to the Papers of Charles G. Ross: correspondence, printed materials, photographs, maps, military personnel records, German war medals, and other items mostly relating to Ross’s son, John B. Ross, and his military service during World War II (about 400 pages). This accretion is closed pending processing.
An accretion to the Papers of Francis Matthews: correspondence, memorandums, transcripts of telephone conversations, notes on meetings, printed materials, photographs, and other items mostly relating to his service as Secretary of the Navy (about 1,600 pages, 1937–51). This accretion is closed pending processing.
An accretion to the Papers of Grace Truman Summer: photographs, printed materials, correspondence, and memorabilia concerning her family and her relationship with her cousin, President Harry S. Truman (about 150 pages, ca. 1868–1991). This accretion is closed pending processing.
An accretion to the Papers of Harry S. Truman: Papers Pertaining to Family, Business and Personal Affairs: correspondence from Harry S. Truman to Bess Wallace Truman and Margaret Truman Daniel (about 30 pages). This accretion is closed pending processing.
Accretions to the audiovisual collection: eight photographs donated by Jim Williams; a VHS videotape donated by Bob Keifer; eight snapshots donated by Violet Statker; one photograph donated by Phyllis Horseman and Eleanor Crouch; and 100 photographs and original negatives created by Leon Perskie, photographer for the Democratic National Committee, and donated by Beatrice Perskie Foxman.
The following papers were accessioned this quarter: George A. Horkan: Additional papers, 1917–78.
The museum accessioned small memorabilia items from the Christian Herter and Alfred Gruenther papers.
The Kennedy Library accessioned 28 acquisitions totaling 24.371 cubic feet, including:
Personal Papers of Michael Reynolds. Research and subject files relating to Ernest Hemingway. Approximately 10 cubic feet. Closed.
Personal Papers of Bob Booker. Materials relating to recorded album, "The First Family," including two scrapbooks, publicity booklet, original acetate recording, ¼" master tape, CD, gold record, and related materials. Approximately 2 cubic feet. Closed.
One addition to the William Josephson Personal Papers. Files relating to early activity and development of the Peace Corps. Materials include papers, reports, memos, press, and files containing speeches, executive orders, and diplomatic agreements from the ICA. 0.504 cubic feet. Closed.
Two accretions to the Edward M. Kennedy Personal Papers. Presidential Medal of Freedom (medal, certificate, and programs), knighthood medals, EMK notes, and a framed letter from Sen. Summer; assorted books, certificates, AV materials, photos, and scrapbooks. Approximately 9 cubic feet. Closed.
One accretion to the Robert F. Kennedy Personal Papers. Assorted certificates, textual documents, and notes. 1.077 cubic feet. Closed.
Four accretions to the Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Collection. Two accretions to the papers of D. Wayne Linn (Malawi, 1973–75) including manuscript chapters 6, 7, and 8 of his memoir, 1 folder or 0.025 cubic foot. Donation from Lawrence Lihosit including a publication, Peace Corps Chronology, 1961–2010, written by donor, 1 folder or 0.025 cubic foot. Personal letters and journal of RPCV Dennis Phillips (Morocco, 1963–65), Four folders or 0.100 cubic foot.
Seven additions to the Miscellaneous Accessions Collection, including papers from Patricia Gillis, consisting of a telegram from Senator John Powers to Albert Fiore regarding a Kennedy campaign rally; papers from Farrell Fontenot, consisting of a letter from senator John F. Kennedy to Mr. Fontenot thanking him for his interest in the campaign; papers from Adam Gower, consisting of a convocation program, Robert Frost Library, Amherst College (1963) and two Amherst College student publications, 1963; papers from Stan Oliner consisting of an August 18, 1960, edition of the Western Voice newspaper containing an article regarding JFK and Catholicism, also a page from the April 1964 vol. 1, Number 1A issue of El Rey Press regarding John F. Kennedy; papers from Dianne K. Demers consisting of a 1968 California Primary Speakers Manual, Senator Robert F. Kennedy Speakers Bureau and supporting documents; an official inaugural program, January 20, 1961; and papers from Sophia Porson, consisting of a list of attendees to President John F. Kennedy's funeral. 0.175 cubic foot.
Accretion to the papers of Sargent Shriver. Condolence book placed for visitors at NLJFK after passing of Sargent Shriver. 1 volume or 0.252 cubic foot. Closed.
Accretion to the papers of Theodore Sorensen. Inaugural speech draft, other speech drafts, notes, memos, and daily calendars. 0.504 cubic foot. Closed.
Three additions to the Tributes Collection, including papers from McKinnon, Michael consisting of a writing describing the experience of Anneva McKinnon, while in the Bahamas following President Kennedy's death; papers from Loretta M. Morgan, consisting of writings, notes, and other materials created by donor in response to the death of President John F. Kennedy; and papers from Marjorie Gold consisting of student drawings made by middle school students in Concord, MA, after the assassination of President Kennedy. 0.709 cubic foot.
AV: Still images
Two additions to the Miscellaneous Photograph Accessions Collection, totaling seven prints and 22 transparencies. Transfers of photographs from Pre-Presidential Papers, John F. Kennedy Condolence Mail, and Papers of Viola Jean Schoek, totaling three prints. Total volume less than 1 cubic foot.
AV: Moving images and sound recordings
Two additions to the Miscellaneous Recordings Collection: one reel of 35mm Hearst newsreel film (+/- 200 feet), A Message from the President; One ¼" audio recording on 7" reel, RTF (French Radio/Television) coverage of President Kennedy's funeral.
Two additions to Returned Peace Corps Volunteers Collection (#184), oral history recordings of two returned Peace Corps Volunteers, totaling approximately three hours.
The Johnson Library accessioned the Papers of Mildred K. Beckcom, 0.086 cubic feet; the Papers of George Meyer, 0.92 cubic feet; the Papers of Jo Beth Hill, 0.086 cubic feet; the Papers of Janet Travell, 0.46 cubic feet; the Papers of I. W. Davis, 0.086 cubic feet; and the Papers of Bernard Norwood, 2.07 cubic feet.
The library also accepted one accretion of 0.006 cubic feet of material for the Papers of H. Barefoot Sanders.
The Audiovisual Department accessioned 0.058 cubic feet of material from the Technical Services Department's ongoing documentation of LBJ Library events, transfers from Textual Archives, and donations of material.
The Ford Library completed work for six accessions this quarter, including accretions to the Gordon Vander Till Papers, Gerald R. Ford Library Oral History Projects collection, Composite General Accessions collection, and, the Composite Grand Rapids Accessions collection.
The library acquired the papers of journalist James Mann, 1972–88 (3 feet). The material includes research materials, including notes and audiotapes of interviews with American businesspersons and others, from the writing of Beijing Jeep: The Short Unhappy Romance of American Business in China (1989).
The Carter Library continues to receive material from President Carter's Office. Post- and Pre-Presidential Photos have been added to our Audio Visual collections.
The Bush Library Textual Archives Department accessioned four cubic feet of post-Presidential records from the Office of George Bush.
The Audio-Visual Department accessioned 199 photographs from the Office of George Bush to the George Bush Post-Presidential Collection. There were also 39nine archival transfers during the quarter. Mrs. Bush also sent three binders containing photographs that she took in 2006 and 2007. Finally, the Audiovisual Department received two DVDs of donated historical materials.
The audiovisual department received approximately 6.048 cubic feet of internal transfers from the textual staff during holdings maintenance, systematic processing, and FOIA processing this quarter. AV also received approximately 2.016 cubic feet of donated/courtesy storage material.
The Bush Museum received 2.798 cubic feet of material this past quarter, including .33 cubic feet of internal transfers from textual staff and 2.468 cubic feet of approved donations from the public.
This quarter, the Bush Library accessioned 1,114.50 cubic feet of materials including artifacts, photographs, textual documents and ephemera. The collections include the George W. Bush Gubernatorial Collection (1,095 cubic feet); Laura Bush Courtesy Storage Files (11 cubic feet); Marsha Cathcart Collection (0.1 cubic feet), Jeffery A. Salaiz Collection (0.6 cubic feet), Karl Rove Personal Papers (0.6 cubic feet); Laura Bush Tapes Collection (2.0 cubic feet); O. P. Ditch Collection (0.6 cubic feet); Keith R. Zoromski Collection (0.1 cubic feet); Cindy Taylor Collection (0.2 cubic feet); Deposits—Texas Inaugural and Governor Bush Collection (3.6 cubic feet); Peter M. Callahan Collection (0.6 cubic feet); and Mark K. Updegrove Collection (0.1 cubic feet).
This quarter, the FDR Library opened for research—both in the research room and through the library's web site—four handwritten letters from Franklin D. Roosevelt to Lucy Mercer Rutherfurd, 1926–28. The letters are chatty in nature and discuss such events as FDR's purchase of the Warm Springs resort, Anna Roosevelt's impending marriage to Curtis Dall, FDR's business trip on behalf of the Fidelity and Deposit Company, and his upcoming appearance at the 1928 Democratic National Convention. While there is no groundbreaking content in the letters, their existence demonstrates that FDR continued to maintain contact with Mrs. Rutherfurd throughout the 1920s. The letters were deposited at the library by Mrs. Rutherfurd's granddaughters, Lucy Mercer Knowles and Alice Rutherfurd Knowles.
Papers of Joseph E. Reeve, Economist and Assistant Chief, Commerce and Finance Division, Bureau of the Budget, 1942–65 (2 linear feet, 2 linear inches; 1943–84), consisting of memorandums, correspondence, speeches, routing slips, and printed materials relating to Reeve's service as an economist with the Bureau of the Budget.
Papers of Frank Seeley, Chief of Editorial Section and Army Reserve Captain, Armed Forces Radio Service, 1944–55 (2 linear inches; 1944–81), consisting of biographical information, a dissertation, memorandums, photographs, printed materials, a speech draft, and sound recordings primarily relating to the Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS).
Papers of James Robert Coe, Administrator, Manhattan Engineer District, 1943–45, and Researcher, Monsanto Chemical Company, 1945–48 (1 linear foot, 9 linear inches; 1922–90), consisting of affidavits and statements, biographical information, correspondence, financial records, hearing transcripts and background materials, a medal, a photograph, printed materials, and Privacy Act and FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) requests primarily relating to a security investigation of Coe by the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC).
Papers of Emmet O'Neal, U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines, 1947–49 (3 linear feet, 6 linear inches; 1899–1968), consisting of biographical information, Corregidor-Bataan Memorial Commission records, correspondence, menus and programs, photographs, printed materials, scrapbooks, written accounts by Filipinos of their experiences under Japanese occupation, and other items primarily relating to O'Neal's public career, and especially to his service as U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines and Chairman of the Corregidor-Bataan Memorial Commission.
Three accretions to Record Group 64: Records of the National Archives and Records Administration: Records of the Harry S. Truman Library, consisting of Visitor Comment Books: Living Legacy Gallery (3 linear feet, 11 linear inches; 2001–2010); Visitor Comment Books: Atomic Bomb Gallery (3 linear feet, 11 linear inches; 2001–2010); and Library Visitor Registers (1 linear foot, 9 linear inches; 1957–82).
Approximately 600 pages of documents containing information that previously had been closed because of donor restrictions. The documents are from the Papers of Rufus Burrus and other collections.
About 250 pages of documents containing information that previously had been closed for reasons of national security. The documents are from the Papers of Harry S. Truman (President's Secretary's Files, National Security Council Files, and Psychological Strategy Board Files) and the Papers of John H. Ohly.
- Christian Herter additional papers
- Williard S. Paul papers
- Cabinet Minutes Series of the White House Office, Office of the Staff Secretary
- White House Garden exhibit
- 8 Wonders of Kansas exhibit
- 5,276 pages of re-review donor-restricted material from:
- Jack Z. Anderson papers
- Jack Z. Anderson records
- Bertha Adkins papers
- Phillip Areeda papers
- Evan Aurand papers
- Dwight D. Eisenhower Records as President, White House Central Files—Official File
- U.S. President's Commission on Information Activities Abroad
- U.S. President's Science Advisory Committee
- White House Office, Cabinet Secretariat
- White House Office, National Security Council Staff papers
- White House Office, Staff Research Group
- White House Social Office (A. B. Tolley)
- White House Office, Office of the Special Assistant for Science and Technology
- White House Office, Office of the Special Assistant for Personnel Management
- Re-reviews of donor-restricted material resulted in an additional 5,276 pages being opened for research.
During the quarter the agencies returned 119 pages of declassified material, 18 pages of material declassified in part; and 2 pages denied in full.
Systematic review resulted in 884 pages of Staff Secretary Cabinet Minutes and Johns Hopkins materials being declassified.
Completed processing audiovisual materials in the Personal Papers of Katherine Halle. Correspondence, telegrams, manuscripts, photographs, campaign materials, news clippings, printed materials. Includes interviews and transcripts of broadcasts on the Kennedy and Churchill families, political campaigning, John F. Kennedy's inauguration, the Eminent Americans Program of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the restoration of Blair House, and honorary American citizenship for Winston Churchill. Open in part.
Processed seven additions to the Miscellaneous Accessions Collection, including papers from Patricia Gillis, consisting of a telegram from Senator John Powers to Albert Fiore regarding a Kennedy campaign rally; papers from Farrell Fontenot, consisting of a letter from Senator John F. Kennedy to Mr. Fontenot thanking him for his interest in the campaign; papers from Adam Gower, consisting of a convocation program, Robert Frost Library, Amherst College (1963) and two Amherst College student publications, 1963; papers from Stan Oliner consisting of an 18 August 1960 edition of the Western Voice newspaper containing an article re: JFK and Catholicism, also a page from the April 1964 vol. 1, Number 1A issue of El Rey Press regarding John F. Kennedy; papers from Dianne K. Demers consisting of a 1968 California Primary Speakers Manual, Senator Robert F. Kennedy Speakers Bureau and supporting documents; an official inaugural program, 20 January 1961; and papers from Sophia Porson, consisting of a list of attendees to President John F. Kennedy's funeral. 0.175 cubic foot. Open.
Processed three additions to the Tributes Collection, including papers from Michael McKinnon consisting of a writing describing the experience of Anneva McKinnon, while in the Bahamas, following President Kennedy's death; papers from Loretta M. Morgan, consisting of writings, notes, and other materials created by donor in response to the death of President John F. Kennedy; and papers from Marjorie Gold consisting of student drawings made by middle school students in Concord, MA, after the assassination of President Kennedy. 0.709 cubic foot. Open.
Processed four accretions to the Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Collection. Two accretions to the papers of D. Wayne Linn (Malawi, 1973–75) including manuscript chapters 6, 7, and 8 of his memoir, 1 folder or 0.025 cubic foot. Donation from Lawrence Lihosit including a publication, Peace Corps Chronology, 1961–2010, written by donor, 1 folder or 0.025 cubic foot. Personal letters and journal of RPCV Dennis Phillips (Morocco, 1963–65), four folders or 0.100 cubic foot. 0.150 cubic foot total opened material.
Processed records of the U.S. Peace Corps Collection. Publications including administrative reports and studies, newsletters, promotional material, and training manuals. Microfilm copies of select records generated during the Kennedy administration, including reports, memorandums, and press releases. 18.648 cubic feet. Open.
The following oral histories were submitted for deed review:
- OH 2003-022 Glennon, Paul W.—no deed restrictions, open in full
- OH 2004-005 Feeney, Joseph
- JFK #1—no deed restrictions, open in full
- JFK—no deed restrictions, open in full
- OH 2004-017 Weinstein, Lewis—no deed restrictions, open in full
- OH(R) 1990-009 Evans, Courtney
- JFK—no deed restrictions, open in full
- JFK #2—no deed restrictions, open in full
- JFK #3—no deed restrictions, open in full
- JFK #4—no deed restrictions, open in full
- JFK #5—no deed restrictions, open in full
As a result of mandatory review decisions, the library has reviewed 405 documents totaling 1,502 pages: 157 documents totaling 411 pages have been declassified, 168 documents totaling 584 pages were sanitized, and 80 documents totaling 507 pages were exempted.
Under the RAC, 127 RAC documents totaling 603 pages were reviewed: 36 RAC documents totaling 116 pages were declassified, 18 documents totaling 122 pages were sanitized, and 73 documents totaling 365 pages were exempted.
In the NSF, POF, WHCSF, C. Douglas Dillon, the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Papers and Kay Halle Papers: 42 documents, 94 pages were declassified systematically.
This quarter, deed reviews continued of materials in the White House Central Subject Files. Eighty-nine items totaling 648 pages were reviewed. Of those, 78 items comprising 472 pages were opened. In the oral history collection, 150 pages of interviews were reviewed and opened.
Twenty new cases were assigned this quarter; 428 pages were submitted for declassification review. A total of 4,676 pages were processed following return to the LBJ Library by agencies. Of these, 1,338 pages were declassified in full, 2,777 pages opened in part, and 561 pages exempted from declassification.
The library reviewed 14,943 pages this quarter and declassified 10,817 of those pages.
The Ford Library opened the following:
Trip Briefing Books and Cables for Henry Kissinger, 1974–77 (18 feet), by opening the last seven boxes to research. This important collection contains communications exchanged between Henry Kissinger and staff at the White House and State Department while he was away from Washington. Files contain Kissinger's detailed reports of his meetings with foreign leaders and the progress of negotiations he was conducting, as well as detailed summaries of concurrent events in Washington and elsewhere in the world. Substantive materials on U.S. relations with the countries Kissinger was visiting and on foreign policy issues in general also appear.
Trip Cables of Brent Scowcroft, 1974–77 (3 feet). The collection contains cables exchanged between Brent Scowcroft and National Security Council and White House staff members while he was traveling with the President. Files contain White House Situation Room reports and memoranda concerning the ongoing work of the NSC. Subject content relates to a wide variety of foreign policy and national security matters including Lebanon, the Korean tree incident, the Middle East, and Africa. The collection also includes material relating to the 1976 Presidential campaign.
White House Situation Room Evening Reports from the NSC Staff, 1974–77 (1 foot). It contains daily reports from each section of the National Security Council staff summarizing important foreign affairs/national security developments, afternoon summaries produced by the Department of State's Bureau of Intelligence and Research, and the Evening Notes compiled by White House Situation Room duty officers. They cover most major world events from the last seven months of the Ford administration, but not in great detail.
White House Situation Room Noon and Evening Notes, 1974–77 (4 feet). Situation Room duty officers produced frequent memorandums summarizing the latest international developments for National Security Advisers Kissinger and Scowcroft. The memoranda were based on cable traffic, intelligence reports, and news media stories.
Michael H. Moskow Papers, 1969–92 (7 feet) concerning his work in the Nixon, Ford, and George H.W. Bush administrations in the following agencies: Council of Economic Advisers, Department of Labor, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Council on Wage and Price Stability, and Office of the U.S. Trade Representative. The papers relate to such topics as collective bargaining, labor disputes, employment, economic policies, wage and price policies, and U.S. trade.
Warren K. Hendriks Papers, 1974–77 (3 feet) concerning White House efforts to identify administration spokesmen to fill key speaking invitations that the President could not accept. The bulk of the collection dates from 1976.
Frederica Pantlind Papers, 1933–38 (less than one foot) containing a unique set of letters from young Gerald Ford to Pantlind, a hometown friend and neighbor. Also included are Pantlind's newspaper clippings on University of Michigan football and on Gamma Delta Tau high school sorority, invitations to social events, and date books. The letters reveal much about Gerald Ford's life as a college student and athlete and, to a lesser extent, his work as an assistant coach at Yale University.
Two additional oral histories from the collection Gerald R. Ford Library Oral History Projects. The first is with Robert Barrett, who served as a military aide in the Ford White House and then as chief of staff to President Ford during the early years of the post-Presidency (audiotape and 67-page transcript). The second is with William Scranton, who served on the transition team that assisted President Ford during the opening days of his Presidency and later became U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (audiotape and 36-page transcript).
Four oral history audiotapes from the collection Composite Oral History Accessions relating to Gerald Ford's years as a University of Michigan student. The tapes cover interviews conducted in 1983 by David S. Pollock with Cliff Keen (wrestling coach and assistant football coach), Bennie Oosterbaan (assistant football coach), Elmer Raab (acquaintance of Ford), and Willis Ward (football teammate).
The Carter Library opened the following material—Administrative Files, Correspondence Files and 1980 Campaign Files from Evelyn Small, Subject Files from Robert Berenson, Staff Secretary Files, donated files from Max Cleland.
Mandatory Declassification Review
The library submitted 106 mandatory cases totaling 2,240 pages. Agencies returned 107 cases; 1,156 pages were released in full; 370 pages were released in part; and 244 pages were denied in full.
NLJC released in full 2,944 pages; released in part 789 pages; and 2,271 pages were denied in full.
The Reagan Library received approval to open 145,761 pages this quarter in response to FOIA, systematic, and personal paper processing notifications.
Material opened in response to FOIA requests includes folders from the following collections: David Addington; Administrative Office; Advance Office; African Affairs Directorate; Carl Anderson; Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, NSC; Lee Atwater; Doug Bandow; Tricia Barnett; Gary Bauer; Mariam Bell; Rudy Beserra; Joanna Bistany; Judy Black; Morton Blackwell; Roger Bolton; Robert Bonitati; Merlin Breaux; Marshall Breger; Judi Buckalew; Jane Carpenter; Michael Castine (NSC); Bruce Chapman; Richard Childress; Katherine Chumachenko; Donald Clarey; Ty Cobb; Sherrie Cooksey (Counsel); Coordination Office, NSC; Counsel to the President: Appointee Files; Crisis Management Center, NSC; Jeremy Curtin; Richard Darman; Kenneth DeGraffenreid; Juanita Duggan; Donald Eberly; Greg Evans; Executive Secretariat, NSC: Country File; Executive Secretariat, NSC: NSDDs; Executive Secretariat, NSC: System File; Executive Secretariat, NSC: VIP Visits; Linda Faulkner; Catherine Fenton; Fred Fielding; First Lady, Press Office; Marlin Fitzwater; Roger Fontaine; Alison Fortier; Donald Fortier; Craig Fuller; Michael Gale; H. Lawrence Garrett; David Gergen; Thomas Gibson (OPA); Max Green; Edwin Harper; Richard Hauser; Mary Kayne Heinze; William Henkel; Hugh Hewitt; Anne Higgins; Charles Hobbs (OPD); Dianna Holland; Carol Hornby Solon; Mary Jo Jacobi; Lisa Jameson; Nancy Janes; Dee Jepsen; Nancy Kennedy; George Keyworth; Robert Kimmitt; Virginia Knauer (OPL); Virginia Knauer (OCA); Linas Kojelis; Kevin Kruke; Hanns Kuttner; William Lacy; Latin American Affairs Directorate; Susan Lauffer; David Laux; Legal Advisor Office, NSC; Legislative Affairs Office; John Lenczowski; Robert Lilac; Andrew Littlefair; Diana Lozano; Donald Ian MacDonald; Judyt Mandel; William Martin; Mari Maseng (OPL); C. Dean McGrath; Michael McManus; Edwin Meese; Thomas Moore; Michael Mussa; Oliver North; M.B. Oglesby (Legislative); Robert Pastorino; W. Robert Pearson; Rudolf Perina; Eileen Peterson; Alexander Platt; Leonard Posa; Presidential Personnel Office; President’s Task Force on International Private Enterprise; Press Secretary Office; Private Sector Initiatives Office; Public Affairs Office; Lucian Pugliaresi; Rebecca Range; Alan Charles Raul; Walter Raymond; Donald Regan; Robert Reilly; Nikki Rickett; Joseph Rodota; John Rogers; Alison Rosenberg; Nicholas Rostow; Peter Rusthoven; Ronald Sable (NSC); Jonathan Scharfen; Robert Sims (Press Secretary); Social Affairs Office; Peter Sommer; Beryl Sprinkel; Jacob Stein; Steven Steiner; Paul Schott Stevens; Edward Stucky; Shirin Tahir-Kheli; Paul Thompson; Jacqueline Tillman; Pamela Turner; Cathi Villalpando; Benjamin Waldman; David Waller; White House Legal Task Force; White House Situation Support Staff; White House Visitors' Office; Faith Whittlesey; David Wigg; Wendell Willkie; D. Edward Wilson; and Matt Zachari.
The following collections were opened in whole: James Baker III, Richard Darman, Thomas C. Dawson, Kenneth Duberstein (Chief of Staff), Douglas Riggs, and W. Dennis Thomas (Chief of Staff).
Material opened in response to FOIA requests includes case files from the following White House Office of Records Management subject files: CO141 (South Africa), CO153 (Syrian Arab Republic), CO163 (Turkey), FG122 (Environmental Protection Agency), FI001-02 (Disbursements—Expenditures), FI006 (Funds—Accounts), FO003-01 (International Waterways), FO003-02 (Mutual Security), FO005 (Information—Exchange Activities), FO005-01 (Educational), FO006 (International Conferences), FO008 (International Travel), GI001 (Gifts from the President), GI002 (Gifts to the President), GI003 (Gifts to or from the US), HE006-01 (Narcotics), HE007 (Pollution Control—Sanitary Services), HO006 (Bill of Rights—Human Rights Day), IT086-16 (International Refugee Organization), IV084 (Invitations), JL001 (Amnesty—Clemency—Pardons), JL001-02 (Pardon Applications—Disapproved), JL006-01 (Secret Service Protection), LA002 (Conditions—Employment—Unemployment), ME001-02 (Birthday Greetings), ME001-03 (Sympathy—Condolences), ME002 (Messages to Organizations), ME002-03 (Governmental Groups), ME002-06 (Newspapers, Magazine, Radio and TV Stations), ME003 (Messages Denied), ND001-01 (Non-Military Use of Aircraft), ND007 (Military Personnel), ND013 (Ships—Submarines), ND016 (Wars), PQ (Procurement—Disposal), RS (Reports—Statistics), SO002 (White House Dinners), SO004 (White House Receptions), TA (Trade), TA001 (Boycotts—Embargoes), TR001 (DC Metro Area), TR039-03, TR076, TR089, TR093, TR105-02, TR180-01, and TR211-02.
The following WHORM Subject File categories were opened in whole: FG006-14 (Office of Science and Technology), FG006-15 (US Trade Representative), FG006-18 (Economic Policy Group), FG006-19 (Office of Administration), FG006-20 (President's Intelligence Oversight Board), FG006-21 (President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board), FG006-22 (Senior Interagency Group on International Economic Policy), HU030 (Genocide), IT001 (African Development Bank), IT058 (Joint Brazil–United States Defense Commission), TR062-02, TR062-03, and TR062-04.
Using White House or State Department guidelines, 2,010 pages were declassified. Declassification actions to another 7,319 pages were applied.
The first RAC returns arrived at the library this quarter—114,000 pages. In addition, the classified CREST system was installed in the vault at the end of March.
The Bush Library received permission to release the following records for research (242,383 pages).
2003-1388-F (Uruguay Round—GATT—1,344 pages)
2004-0728-F (U.S.-Nicaragua Relations—16,300 pages)
2004-0730-F (U.S.-Nicaragua relations—1,000 pages)
2004-0870-F (Jordan—40 pages)
2004-2314-F (Nigeria—3,057 pages)
2005-0053-F (U.S. Assistance to Mujahedden in Afghanistan—83 pages)
2005-0334-F (President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology—652 pages)
2005-0336-F (Office of Science and Technology Policy—79,591 pages)
2005-0440-F (Robert K. Goodwin—19 pages)
2005-0507-F (FSM-Federated States of Micronesia—1 page)
2005-0508-F (Guam and Palau—2,535 pages)
2005-1002-F (NSC H-Files, NSC/DC Meetings follow-up, Small Group Files—2,736 pages)
2005-1005-F (Helsinki Summit—810 pages)
2005-1006-F (Deputies Committee Meetings—32 pages)
2005-1007-F (Helsinki Summit—41 pages)
2005-1012-F (Boris Yeltsin's 1992 visit to the United States—3,750 pages)
2005-1363-F (Caribbean Basin Initiative—4,268 pages)
2006-0613-F (School choice and vouchers—29,133 pages)
2006-0613-F (School choice and vouchers—149 pages)
2006-0613-F (School choice and vouchers—52 pages)
2007-0673-F (Acid Rain—118 pages)
2007-0674-F (Acid Rain—10,891 pages)
2008-0029-F (Franco-American Relations—4,632 pages)
2008-0030-F (France—13,109 pages)
2008-0030-F (France—2,553 pages)
2008-0130-F (Tiananmen Square—2,761 pages)
2008-0422-F (Manufacturing decline in U.S.—12,253 pages)
2008-0422-F (Manufacturing decline in U.S.—2,050 pages)
2008-0551-F (Selected files on the Armenian Resolution—99 pages)
2008-0551-F (Selected files on the Armenian Resolution—8 pages)
2008-1091-F (Selected Patterson, Poneman, and Rademaker files—352 pages)
2008-1179-F (Cambodia/Kampuchea—162 pages)
2008-1179-F (Cambodia/Kampuchea—58 pages)
2008-1280-F Presidents Bush and Gorbachev correspondence—2,900 pages)
2008-1280-F Presidents Bush and Gorbachev correspondence—3 pages)
2008-1190-F (Selected files regarding USAF General Robert Herres—38 pages)
2009-0293-F (Selected files related to Malta Summit—829 pages)
2009-0294-F (Ethnic conflict in Georgia, 1991-1992—244 pages)
2009-0364-F (Selected Senegal Files—61 pages)
2009-0782-F (NATO—319 pages)
2009-0786-F (NSC, United Kingdom files—9 pages)
2009-0806-F (Selected files related to Congressman Mark Siljander—61 pages)
2009-0854-F (Correspondence from David J. Backes—25 pages)
2009-1274-F (Open Skies—797 pages)
2009-1274-F (Open Skies—14 pages)
2009-1275-F (Bush Vice Presidential Trips to Europe—1,320 pages)
2009-1278-F (National Environmental Policy Act—647 pages)
2009-1278-F (National Environmental Policy Act—5 pages)
2009-1432-F (U.S./Soviet space relations—10 pages)
2010-0086-F (Subject Files ND004-01, ND009-01, ND009-02, ND009-03—1,154 pages)
2010-0577-F (NSD 64—3 pages)
2010-0790-F (White House Fellows program—130 pages)
2011-0467-F (U.S. Steel Trade and Voluntary Restraint Agreements—505 pages)
2011-0467-F (U.S. Steel Trade and Voluntary Restraint Agreements—29 pages)
Systematically Reviewed Records:
2009-0275-S (Brent Scowcroft Collection—11,009 pages)
2009-0166-S (Presidential Daily Files, 1st Year of Administration—23,105 pages)
2010-1892-S (NSC Presidential Memcon/Telcon Files—892 pages)
2010-2615-S (WHORM Subject Files, CO—2,156 pages)
2010-2616-S (WHORM Subject Files, CO001—11 pages)
2010-2617-S (WHORM Subject Files, CO001-01—615 pages)
2010-2880-S (WHORM Subject Files, CO001-02, CO001-03—382 pages)
Archivist Rob Seibert processed six mandatory reviews (2 pages released by agencies in full/128 pages released by agencies in part/144 pages released using WH declassification guidelines/18 pages released using DOS declassification guidelines/0 pages through notification).
The following requests were released during this quarter:
2006-0216-F Margaret Thatcher
2009-1397-F Photos/video of Brooksley Born
2009-1254-F Video of National Medal of Arts Ceremony 9/29/99
2009-0774-F Photos of Ernest Gaines
2009-0530-F Photos of Peggy Charren
2009-1400-F Photos of Larry Summers
2006-0948-F Drugs discovered on Colombian plane in Florida 11/9/98
2006-0810-F (seg 1) Records related to the First Lady and health care
2006-0462-F Terry Edmonds
2006-1854-S Winfield House
2006-1017-F Mark Moynihan
2008-0359-F Joe Firmage
2006-1991-F Ceremony for the Survivors of Tuskegee Study 5/16/97
2006-1268-F HRH Princess Margaret of England
2006-0478-F Media related to POTUS speech at Belfast 11/30/95
2006-0477-F Speech drafts and research for POTUS speech at Belfast 11/30/95
2006-0474-F UFOs and flying saucers
2007-0096-F Camp Van Dorn
2006-1878-F Martian meteorite
2006-0686-F Viktor Bout and Lee Wolosky
2010-0844-F William F. Buckley, Jr.
2009-1055-F Memo re: new Chairman for the JSOC in 1993
Five documents and 13 photos went through the notification. Twenty-one pages were opened in full, and four pages were released in part. All 13 photos were released.