Accessions and Openings for the 3rd Quarter FY 2013
This report includes 92 transfers comprising 1,499 boxes of record material. Of the 92 total transfers accessioned in 3rd quarter, 53 (58%) are either classified or FOIA restricted. These transfers are restricted under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). If you would like access to this material, please submit your request at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Accession #||Description||Inclusive Start Date||Inclusive End Date||Access Restriction||Specific Access Restriction||Total # of Containers|
|LTI-0025-2013-0004||Formal and Informal Unfair Labor Practice Case Files||1/1/1982||12/31/1982||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(6) Personal Information||75|
|LTI-0038-2013-0074||CNO Unclassified Outgoing Correspondence||1/1/1992||12/31/1992||Restricted- Possibly||FOIA (b)(6) Personal Information||4|
|LTI-0038-2013-0120||Outgoing Unclassified Correspondence||1/1/1992||12/31/1992||Restricted- Possibly||FOIA (b)(6) Personal Information||7|
|LTI-0056-2013-0066||General Subject Files||1/1/1988||12/31/1988||Restricted- Possibly||FOIA (b)(7) Law Enforcement||10|
|LTI-0056-2013-0076||Planning and Coordination Files||1/1/1972||12/31/1980||Restricted- Possibly||FOIA (b)(8) Regulation or Supervision of Financial Institutions||1|
|LTI-0056-2013-0097||Central Files Relating to The World||1/1/1960||12/31/1976||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||58|
|LTI-0060-2013-0061||Index Docket Cards for Claims Court Records||1/1/1945||12/31/1982||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(6) Personal Information||2|
|LTI-0060-2013-0070||Chronological Files of Deputy Assistant Attorney General John C. Keeney||4/1/1978||12/31/1997||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(6) Personal Information||17|
|LTI-0060-2013-0073||Reading Files of Acting Assistant Attorney General John C. Keeney||1/1/1997||12/31/1997||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(6) Personal Information||7|
|LTI-0060-2013-0093||Classification Cards for Immigration Case Files||1/1/1975||12/31/1981||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(6) Personal Information||1|
|LTI-0060-2013-0096||Classification Cards for Immigration Case Files||1/1/1975||12/31/1982||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(6) Personal Information||1|
|LTI-0060-2013-0108||Official Files of Acting Solicitor General Walter E. Dellinger||11/1/1995||12/31/1997||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(6) Personal Information||14|
|LTI-0060-2013-0148||Investigative Case Files||1/1/1981||12/31/1981||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(6) Personal Information||2|
|LTI-0060-2013-0149||Official Files of Associate Deputy Attorneys General Paul J. Fishman and H. Marshall Jarrett Relating to the Ruby Ridge Incident||1/1/1991||12/31/1991||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||1|
|LTI-0064-2013-0010||Development, Customization and Maintenance Files Relating to the National Archives Catalog Project||1/1/1994||12/31/2005||Restricted- Possibly||FOIA (b)(4) Trade Secrets and Commercial or Financial Information||22|
|LTI-0064-2013-0018||Incorporation by Reference (IBR) Publications : JOURNAL OF PAINT TECHNOLOGY Volume 59, No. 511, pp. 494–500 – The Use of a Small Flame Tunnel For Evaluating Fire Hazard, August, 1967||8/1/1967||8/1/1967||Unrestricted||1|
|LTI-0087-2013-0003||Presidential Candidate Nominee Campaign Protective Records||11/1/1979||12/31/1980||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(7) Law Enforcement||2|
|LTI-0087-2013-0004||Original Protective Survey Reports||11/1/1979||10/31/1980||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(7) Law Enforcement||1|
|LTI-0087-2013-0005||Presidential Candidate Nominee Campaign Protective Records||3/16/1972||11/9/1972||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(7) Law Enforcement||2|
|LTI-0095-2013-0021||Policy Analysis Case Studies||2/7/1986||3/18/1986||Unrestricted||1|
|LTI-0125-2013-0002||Original Complaint of Wrongs Submitted Pursuant to Article 138 - Complaint Documentation and Associated Investigation and Action Records||1/1/1987||12/31/1992||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(6) Personal Information||19|
|LTI-0174-2013-0019||Briefing Books of the Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis||4/1/2009||1/22/2013||Unrestricted||33|
|LTI-0218-2013-0004||Official Joint Staff Case Files||1/1/1987||1/1/2013||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||51|
|LTI-0257-2013-0009||Microfiche of Individual State and Multi-State Aggregated SDS Data Files||1976||1990||Unrestricted||15|
|LTI-0257-2013-0011||Consumer Expenditure Survey Program||1950||1973||Unrestricted||1|
|LTI-0257-2013-0012||Consumer Expenditure Survey Program||1950||1973||Unrestricted||2|
|LTI-0257-2013-0013||Consumer Expenditure Survey Program - Family Budget Publications||1935||1982||Unrestricted||1|
|LTI-0257-2013-0015||Family Budget Program: HEW Project on Measurement of Poverty File (Sherwood Technical Paper IV)||1945||1979||Unrestricted||1|
|LTI-0257-2013-0016||Consumer Expenditure Survey - Family Budget Program||1980||1981||Unrestricted||1|
|LTI-0257-2013-0017||Family Budget Program Subject Files||1945||1979||Unrestricted||1|
|LTI-0257-2013-0019||Expert Committee on Family Budget Program Files||1979||1981||Unrestricted||1|
|LTI-0266-2013-0008||Subject Files||1/1/2001||12/31/2001||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(4) Trade Secrets and Commercial or Financial Information||2|
|LTI-0266-2013-0009||Subject Files||1/1/1992||12/31/1999||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(4) Trade Secrets and Commercial or Financial Information||1|
|LTI-0266-2013-0025||Subject Files||1/1/2004||12/31/2004||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(4) Trade Secrets and Commercial or Financial Information||1|
|LTI-0266-2013-0034||Commission Meeting Minutes||1/1/1991||5/31/2007||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(6) Personal Information||1|
|LTI-0266-2013-0038||Commission Meeting Minutes||12/1/2002||12/31/2002||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(6) Personal Information||30|
|LTI-0313-2013-0015||Military Sealift Command Deck Logs||6/1/1982||6/30/1982||Unrestricted||7|
|LTI-0313-2013-0023||Military Sealift Command (MSC) Ship Registers||1/1/1971||12/31/1992||Unrestricted||1|
|LTI-0319-2013-0022||Army Central Command Sub Units (838th MP BN and 14 MP BDE) - Reading Files, Redeployment Orders, Maps, and Other Records Relating to the Persian Gulf War||6/1/1989||6/30/1992||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||6|
|LTI-0319-2013-0029||Yellow Fruit||1/1/1977||1/31/1987||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||49|
|LTI-0335-2013-0004||Congressional Budget Justification Files||10/1/1989||9/30/1993||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||6|
|LTI-0338-2013-0010||International Logistics Programs (ILP) Requirements Files for Foreign Military Sales Cases (U.S. Army Materiel Development and Readiness Command, Alexandria, Virginia)||1/1/1965||12/31/1977||Restricted- Possibly||Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)||4|
|LTI-0338-2013-0043||International Logistics Programs (ILP) Requirements Files for Foreign Military Sales Cases||1/1/1972||12/31/1972||Restricted- Possibly||Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)||5|
|LTI-0344-2013-0013||Ship Case Files - Booklets, Sketches, Reliability Studies, and Other Related Records||1/1/1976||12/31/1982||Restricted- Possibly||FOIA (b)(4) Trade Secrets and Commercial or Financial Information||15|
|LTI-0344-2013-0024||Material Condition Assessment Reports for Various Nuclear Submarines (SSBN’s)||1/1/1974||12/31/1982||Restricted- Possibly||Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)||4|
|LTI-0361-2013-0001||Publications Records Sets||9/1/1992||9/30/1992||Restricted- Possibly||FOIA (b)(6) Personal Information||53|
|LTI-0370-2013-0080||Species Status Files||1/1/1974||12/31/1984||Unrestricted||1|
|LTI-0399-2013-0005||State Rail Plans Documenting Eligibility of Projects for Local Rail Freight Assistance||9/1/1997||9/30/1997||Restricted- Possibly||Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)||25|
|LTI-0406-2013-0042||Publications - 2 Record Copies of Each Publication||1/1/1938||12/31/2009||Unrestricted||4|
|LTI-0412-2013-0160||Records Related to the Enforcement of Toxic Substances Statutes, Regulations, and Standards - Training Manuals, Subpoenas, Reports and other Related records||1/1/1979||12/31/1993||Restricted- Possibly||FOIA (b)(4) Trade Secrets and Commercial or Financial Information||24|
|LTI-0412-2013-0210||Controlled and Major Correspondence||10/1/1981||9/30/1992||Restricted- Possibly||FOIA (b)(4) Trade Secrets and Commercial or Financial Information||1|
|LTI-0412-2013-0430||Premanufacture Notice Files Relating to Chemical Safety||1/1/1979||12/31/1992||Restricted- Possibly||FOIA (b)(4) Trade Secrets and Commercial or Financial Information||5|
|LTI-0412-2013-0495||Regulations, Standards, and Guidelines Related to the Interpretation and Implementation of the Clean Air Act||1/1/1977||6/30/1985||Restricted- Possibly||FOIA (b)(4) Trade Secrets and Commercial or Financial Information||8|
|LTI-0412-2013-0500||Regulations, Standards, and Guidelines Related to the Interpretation and Implementation of the Clean Air Act||1/1/1977||8/31/1985||Restricted- Possibly||FOIA (b)(4) Trade Secrets and Commercial or Financial Information||9|
|LTI-0412-2013-0603||Controlled and Major Correspondence||10/1/1985||9/30/1992||Restricted- Possibly||FOIA (b)(4) Trade Secrets and Commercial or Financial Information||1|
|LTI-0412-2013-0662||Regulations, Standards, and Guidelines Related to the Interpretation and Implementation of the Clean Air Act||1/1/1977||1/31/1986||Restricted- Possibly||FOIA (b)(4) Trade Secrets and Commercial or Financial Information||9|
|LTI-0412-2013-0696||Premanufacture Notice Files Relating to Chemical Safety||1/1/1979||12/31/1992||Restricted- Possibly||FOIA (b)(4) Trade Secrets and Commercial or Financial Information||4|
|LTI-0412-2013-0835||Report to Congress - Indoor Air Quality Implementation Plan||6/1/2007||6/1/2007||Unrestricted||1|
|LTI-0443-2013-0002||National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) Clinical Center Protocols||10/1/2000||9/30/2001||Restricted- Possibly||FOIA (b)(4) Trade Secrets and Commercial or Financial Information||28|
|NN3-084-12-001||Subject Files of Diplomatic Posts||1/1/1972||12/31/1981||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||73|
|NN3-084-12-001||Subject Files of Diplomatic Posts||1/1/1973||12/31/1981||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||56|
|NN3-084-12-001||Subject Files of the US Mission Vienna||1/1/1973||12/31/1981||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||5|
|NN3-084-12-001||Central Correspondence Files||1/1/1981||12/31/1981||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||15|
|NN3-084-12-001||Subject Files of the US Mission Berlin||1/1/1975||12/31/1981||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||21|
|NN3-084-12-001||Subject Files of the US Mission Berlin||1/1/1967||12/31/1981||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||2|
|NN3-084-12-001||Subject Files of Diplomatic Posts||1/1/1971||12/31/1981||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||51|
|NN3-084-12-001||Subject Files of US Consulate Hong Kong||1/1/1981||12/31/1981||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||2|
|NN3-084-12-001||Subject Files of the US Embassy Peru and US Embassy Bahrain||1/1/1971||12/31/1981||Restricted- Fully||FOIA (b)(1) National Security||3|
|NN3-185-13-001||CENTRAL FILE-POLICE DIV 1-13 17/71||Unrestricted||13|
|NN3-185-13-001||CENTRAL FILES GEN CORRESP||10/1/1959||9/30/1996||Unrestricted||22|
|NN3-185-13-001||CENTRAL FILES(GENERAL CORRES) PCC 92||1/1/1992||12/31/1992||Unrestricted||24|
|NN3-185-13-001||CENTRAL FILES CANAL ZONE 72||5/1/1972||6/30/1972||Unrestricted||1|
|NN3-185-13-001||LITIGATION CASE FILES 14/85||1/1/1914||12/31/1985||Unrestricted||17|
|NN3-185-13-001||CENTRAL FILES(GEN CORRES)PAN CANAL 88||1/1/1988||12/31/1988||Unrestricted||23|
|NN3-185-13-001||CENTRAL FILES BX1-4/4 PANAMA CANAL||1/1/1960||9/30/1988||Unrestricted||4|
|NN3-185-13-001||CENTRAL FILES BX1-102/102 PANAMA CANL||1/1/1904||12/31/1979||Unrestricted||102|
|NN3-185-13-001||CENTRAL FILES BX1-20/20 CANAL ZONE||4/1/1905||12/31/1981||Unrestricted||20|
|NN3-185-13-001||CENTRAL FILES BX1-38/38 CANAL ZONE||10/1/1980||9/30/1984||Unrestricted||38|
|NN3-185-13-001||TRNSIT STATS BX1-48/48 APOAA FY78/88||Unrestricted||48|
|NN3-185-13-001||CENTRAL FILE-PROG/POLICY 1-127 60/82||Unrestricted||127|
|NN3-185-13-001||CENTRAL FILE-AGRI&LAND LIC 1-17 20/79||Unrestricted||17|
|NN3-185-13-001||CENTRAL FILE-MONTHLY REPT 1-11FY65/76||Unrestricted||11|
|NN3-185-13-001||CENTRAL FILE-ANNUAL REPORT 1-9 64/76||Unrestricted||9|
|NN3-185-13-001||CENTRAL FILE-LETTERS BX1-53/53 76/80||Unrestricted||53|
|NN3-185-13-001||GEN CORRES BX1-12/12 60/76||Unrestricted||12|
|NN3-185-13-001||SIP PHOTOGRAPHS BX185-186 38/56||1/1/1938||12/31/1956||Unrestricted||2|
|NN3-185-13-001||CARGO/COMMODITY BX67 62/76||Unrestricted||1|
|NN3-185-13-001||TRAFFIC/TOLL BX72-79 70/77||Unrestricted||8|
|NN3-185-13-001||TRAFFIC/TOLL BX44-66 66/76||Unrestricted||24|
|NN3-220-13-009||National Advisory Environmental Health Sciences Council (NAEHSC); Meeting Minutes||1/1/1961||9/20/1982||Unrestricted||2|
|NN3-220-13-010||Reserve Forces Policy Board (RFPB); General Records||1947||2000||Restricted- Partly||FOIA (b)(6) Personal Information||7|
No report this quarter.
Moving Images and Sound Recordings Relating to International Relations with Mexico 01/01/1944–12/31/1976 (Accession number LTI-0076-2013-0006; 4 cubic feet)
Aerial Photography, 1959–90 (Accession number LTI-0115-2013-005160; cubic feet)
Negatives from the NSSDC (Accession number LTI-0255-2013-052213.997 cubic feet)
German Ship Plans, 1944 (Accession number LTI-0344-2013-010115 cubic feet)
Photographs from the old Landscape Design Branch (Accession number LTI-0406-2013-0043; 2 cubic feet)
KH-9 Aerial Photography, 2nd shipment (Accession number LTI-0537-2013-0023; 735 cubic feet); 3rd shipment (Accession number LTI-0537-2013-0035; 735 cubic feet)
Photographs Relating to Foreign Assistance to Jordan 1955–61 (Accession number NN3-286-093-005; 2.1 cubic feet)
Fathograms, 1950s (declassified) (Accession number NN3-456-02-002; 11 cubic feet)
National Archives Assembly Legacy Project—Bruce Ambacher Interview 10/24/08 (Accession number NN3-NAA-13-002; 0.2 cubic feet); Nancy Allard Interview, 3/5/09 (Accession number NN3-NAA-13-003; 0.2 cubic feet); William Sherman Interview, 12/8/09 (Accession number NN3-NAA-13-004; 0.2 cubic feet)
All records are open for research unless noted otherwise.
National Archives at Anchorage
Contact archival operations, 907-261-7809.
No report this quarter.
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, 303-604-4740.
Records of the Bureau of Land Management (Record Group 49)
1 cubic feet
Colorado State Office: Withdrawal approved case files, 1954–63.
Records of the Bureau of Reclamation (Record Group 115)
20 cubic feet
Great Plains Region (Billings, MT): Press Releases, 1946–64. Lower Colorado Region (Boulder City, NV): Photographs, 1906–84.
National Archives at Fort Worth
Contact archival operations, 817-551-2051.
No report this quarter.
National Archives at Kansas City
Contact archival operations, 816-268-8000.
Records of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (RG 100)
1 cubic foot
Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Omaha Area Office, Safety, Fatality and/or Inspection Case Files, 1985–92.
National Archives at New York
Contact archival operations, 212-401-1620 or 866-840-1752.
No report this quarter.
National Archives at Philadelphia
Contact archival operations, 215-305-2044.
No report this quarter.
National Archives at Riverside
Contact archival operations, 951-956-2000
No report this quarter.
National Archives at St. Louis
Contact archival operations, 314-801-0909
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, 206-336-5115.
Records of the Bureau of Land Management (Record Group 49)
156.416 cubic feet
Oregon State Office
Directives Masters, 1980–91; News Releases, Speeches and Comments Master Files, 1939–84; Publication Masters, 1936–99; Resource Management Plan Case Files, 1993 (85.083 cubic feet)
Baker District Office
Construction and Resource Improvement Project Files, 1957–67; Grazing Operator Case Files, 1967–74; Publication Masters, 1943–71 (7.227 cubic feet)
Coos Bay District Office
Aerial Photos, 1970; Resource Management Plan Case Files, 1978–79 (9.275 cubic feet)
Eugene District Office
Aerial Photos, 1969–76; Construction and Resource Improvement Project Files, 1969–79; Resources Inventory, 1942–71; Right of Way Grant Case Files, 1976–77 (19.29 cubic feet)
Lakeview District Office
Advisory Board Files, 1959–93 (2.154 cubic feet)
Prineville District Office
Grazing Operator Case Files, 1984–85 (4.308 cubic feet)
Roseburg District Office
Grazing Operator Case Files, 1982–91; News Releases, Speeches and Comments Master Files, 1972–91; Publication Masters, 1974–90; Resource Management Plan Case Files, 1979–96 (9.693 cubic feet)
Vale District Office
Grazing Operator Case Files, 1960-1991; Resources Inventory, 1964–65 (19.386 cubic feet)
The following records were accessioned through ERA.
Records of the Office of the Chief of Engineers (Record Group 77)
588.955 cubic feet
North Pacific Division (Portland, OR)
Installation Historical Files, 1907–80. Records are open. (4.308 cubic feet)
Civil Works Project Files, 1944–91;
Civil Works Project Files Maintained by the Fish Planning Section, 1937–61;
Civil Works Project Maps and Drawings, 1902–91;
Civil Works Project Progress Photographs, 1948–86;
Columbia River & Tributaries Review Study, 1942–89;
Columbia River System Operation Review, 1990–2002;
Columbia River Water Management Group Monthly Meeting Records, 1951–89;
Conservation of Natural Resources, 1977–90;
Flood Plain Management Services Study Files, 1980–81;
Investigational Project Files, 1979–83;
Litigation Case Files Related to the Dalles Dam, 1951–76 (records are restricted fully due to privacy issues);
Navigable Waterway Files, 1959–76;
Navigable Waterway Maps, 1969–90;
Project Operation and Maintenance Files, 1982–88;
Records Related to the Columbia River Treaty, 1954–2000;
Survey Field Notebooks, 1931–88;
Survey Report Files, 1967–82;
Water Resource Development Publications, 1965–91.
Records are open except as noted. (409.139 cubic feet)
Chittenden Locks Lockage Logs, 1984–88. Records are open. (32.310 cubic feet)
Walla Walla District
Civil Works Project Files, 1962–90; Civil Works Project Maps & Drawings, 1992; Investigational Project Files, 1912–75. Records are open. (143.198 cubic feet)
Records of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) (RG 100)
2.15 cubic feet
Bellevue Area Office (Bellevue, WA)
Safety Fatalities and Catastrophes Inspection Case Files, 1978–92 (records are restricted due to privacy issues)
The library accessioned three small collections this quarter: two folders from the Women's Division of National Amateur Athletic Foundation, in which Lou Hoover was active; two folders of scrapbook leaves about the 1928 Presidential campaign; and a typescript copy of Freedom Betrayed that belonged to Herbert (Pete) Hoover III. Twenty-three periodicals and one book were added to the library collections. The museum acquired and accessioned a 1928 silk campaign handkerchief.
During the quarter the library accessioned 0.402 cubic feet of recent manuscript acquisitions.
Most notable among this quarter's accessions was a scrapbook kept by Lester Clarke during his time in the Civilian Conservation Corps in New Jersey, Florida, and Idaho, 1935–36. It includes photographs and sketches illustrating camp life in the CCC, letters, and camp newspapers. The scrapbook was rescued from a trash bin and donated to the library by Barbara Wells and Steven Elling.
Four objects (acquired in late March from donor Steven Lomazow) were accessioned during the quarter: an FDR-themed clock produced during the 1930s; an Eleanor Roosevelt stamp cover; a 1930s United Mine Workers framed piece that includes tributes to FDR; and a World War II–era Danish-language anti-Semitic leaflet that includes caricatures of the Big Three (FDR, Churchill, Stalin).
The library acquired the Papers of Thomas McGee, a longtime friend of Harry S. Truman: correspondence between McGee, Truman, and others, 1931–42. The collection (about 35 pages) is closed pending processing.
The library acquired the Papers of Victoria Geaney, housekeeper at Blair House during the Truman administration: about 75 handwritten letters to Mrs. Geaney from Bess W. Truman, Madge Gates Wallace, Margaret Truman, and other persons; with envelopes, cards, menus, printed materials, and other items, 1945–52. The collection (about 175 pages) is closed pending processing.
The library acquired an accretion to the Records of the National Archives and Records Administration: Records of the Harry S. Truman Library: Records Relating to Library Operations (Record Group 64): instructional manuals and warranty information for appliances in the kitchen adjoining Mr. Truman's office at the library, with a floor plan for that section of the building, dating from 1956. The accretion (about 100 pages) is open for research.
The museum processed 142 new accessions during the quarter.
On May 29, the Luther D. Bass family visited the museum and donated a diary and other documents pertaining to American POWs in Japan.
Papers of Robert S. Drake, 1922–2003
Papers of James Allen Grover, 1940–46
Additional Eisenhower Executive Office Building Collected Materials, 1940–69 97 Minutes of videotape and 46 minutes of audiotape were accessioned.
An oral history interview Mary Jean Eisenhower was accessioned.
The museum accessioned a total of 25 items this quarter, all of which were private donations.
The library received copies of 2,000 digital images from the Museo Ernest Hemingway in Cuba, the second shipment of documents from Ernest Hemingway's Cuban residence. The documents, which have never before been seen by the public, will be added to the library's existing Museo Ernest Hemingway Collection for use by researchers. The library accessioned three additions to the Miscellaneous Photographs Collection (#5013) (total volume less than 1 cubic foot; open) and three additions to the Returned Peace Corps Volunteers Collection (#184), oral history interviews of returned Peace Corps Volunteers (totaling +/- 6 hours; open).
The library accessioned the Personal Papers of Dale Hargrove, which consists of a letter from Bess Abell (1964), LBJ's inauguration invitation (1965), and two photographs of President Johnson and his family. These four pages were given to Mr. Hargrove by a relative of his and are available for research.
The library accessioned oral history transcripts from William Livingston, who was a faculty member in the political science department at the University of Texas at Austin (1949–2007) and held numerous positions at the university (38 and 104 pages).
The Audiovisual Archives Department accessioned video and photos containing 5.207 cubic feet of still photos. The Technical Services Department produced 9 photo CDs (0.036 cubic feet) and 16 video DVDs (0.064 cubic feet), and one contact binder (.382 cubic feet) of material for ongoing documentation of the LBJ Library's public programs. AV Archives received two video donations, containing 0.038 cubic feet. Total AV accessions and acquisitions were 5.953 cubic feet.
Transcripts and notes of interviews conducted by Mordecai Lee for his book Nixon's Super-Secretaries: The Last Grand Presidential Reorganization Effort.
Two one-inch videotapes and a transcript of a two-hour interview that journalist Harrison Salisbury and filmmaker Bill Jersey conducted with Richard Nixon in 1983.
A photograph of President Nixon and the Secretary of the Interior Rogers C. B. Morton in front of the Golden Gate Bridge.
Photographs of Richard Nixon campaigning in October 1968.
1960 and 1968 campaign-related materials.
Presidential impeachment petitions.
The library received eight unsolicited donations of various campaign materials and framed items. Lee Humiston's loan for the "All American Homecoming" exhibition has been turned into a donation. There are six deeds pending.
The library received the following acquisitions: a 1933 Michiganesian University of Michigan Yearbook; a framed political cartoon featuring a caricatured President Ford wearing a "WON" button; a ticket to a 1973 Nixon event in Michigan; a framed print of Kinstler portrait of President Ford; an assortment of Nixon and Watergate-related materials; and a small collection of objects related to Thomas G. Ford.
The library continues to receive material from President Carter's Office. This quarter we also received donated material from Carlton Neville. Material includes 1976 campaign and environmental issues.
The library received a small accretion to White House Staff and Office files including some folders for the Council of Economic Advisers; audiovisual materials and textual materials such as posters, and brochures. It was approximately 1 cubic foot of material.
Textual Archives received three small unsolicited donations totaling a combined .5 cubic feet from the following individuals: George G. Robertson, Naaman J. Woodland Jr., and Dr. Karl A. Erb.
The Audiovisual Department accessioned 17 photographs, 23 audiocassettes, 26 VHS tapes, and one ¼" tape of donated historical material. There were also 31 photographic and one video of archival transfers. The audiovisual department accessioned 30 photographic scrapbook accretions to the post-Presidential collection from the Office of George Bush. Mrs. Bush also donated several additional CDs and tapes of her personal photos.
This quarter, the Collections Department accessioned 64 artifacts, including 28 archives transfer accession and 5 new artifact donations.
The library accessioned approximately 7.559 cubic feet of textual material; received three collections from the Clinton family for courtesy storage; and received one deed of gift collection. The audiovisual (A/V) staff received approximately 4.032 cubic feet of internal transfers from the textual staff during holdings maintenance, systematic processing, and FOIA processing this quarter. A/V staff received approximately 3.976 cubic feet of material for courtesy storage. The museum had four new accessions.
The library received completed deeds for the Bill Melton (2005 Inaugural Parade script) and Phillips Andover (yearbook) donations, and it received material from the Carl Teopel collection. The museum received 16 acquisitions.
The library opened for research the Papers of Patrick H. Gallen, an acquaintance of Harry S. Truman: copies of correspondence between Gallen, Truman, and members of the White House staff, along with copies of a few other items. (160 pages, 1935–65).
The library opened for research the Papers of Luther Gulick, a staff member for the U.S. Reparations Mission after World War II: correspondence, printed materials, articles, photographs, reports, and other items relating to Gulick's career as a government official and public administration expert. (3,200 pages, 1917–92).
The library opened for research the Papers of Danny O'Driscoll, a Secret Service Agent: copies of reports and training records, correspondence, logs of Presidential trips, photographs, newspaper clippings, and other items relating to O'Driscoll's career with the Secret Service. (800 pages, 1943–69).
The library opened for research an accretion to the Records of the National Archives and Records Administration: Records of the Harry S. Truman Library: Director's Reading File (Record Group 64): letters written by the director of the Truman Library and by other staff members, along with memoranda and reports on Library activities. (14,400 pages, 1986–2000).
The library opened for research small accretions to the Papers of Taylor Atha; Hugh Fulton; Charles F. Knox, Jr.; and Helen Wallace.
Openings o Review of previously donor-restricted material in 16 collections was re-reviewed and resulted in the release of 3,533 pages
Materials from the Joseph P. Kennedy Personal Papers that were previously closed due to deed restrictions were reviewed and opened. Review was completed on withdrawn items from 18 subseries. Approximately 4,050 documents were opened in full, and approximately 50 were opened in part (sanitized).
Reviewed over 200 pages, the majority of which was deemed appropriate for opening in full. In the NSF, Sorensen and WHCSF: 121 documents totaling 669 pages were declassified systematically.
Opened: As a result of mandatory review decisions, the Kennedy Library has reviewed 88 documents totaling 566 pages: 52 documents totaling 377 pages were declassified, 22 documents totaling 154 pages were sanitized, and 14 documents totaling 35 pages were exempted.
Reprocessing of the photographs from the Personal Papers of David F. Powers (#189) 2.04 cf; finding aid created. Open.
Processed accrual to United States Interstate Commerce Commission Records, 1.632 cubic feet.
EAD finding aid created for President's Collection Photographs (#5014). Open.
EAD finding aid created for the White House Social Files (#7). Open in part.
EAD finding aid created for the White House Central Subject Files (#6.1). Open.
Donor Appeals: Continued deed review of materials. Researcher appeal of donor restrictions resulted in the opening of 19 items comprising 44 pages in the following collections: John Kenneth Galbraith Papers; White House Staff Files of Mike Manatos; and the White House Staff Files of Lawrence O'Brien. A further six items comprising 30 pages in these collections were reviewed but remain closed. Four oral history interviews were reviewed. Two interviews comprising 164 pages were opened. The other two interviews, comprising 115 pages, remain closed.
The archives staff processed and made available for research oral history transcripts from William Livingston (38 and 104 pages).
The archives staff processed and made available for research the following personal papers collections: 2.76 cubic feet from the Personal Papers of Joseph W. Barr, the Chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (1963–65), Undersecretary of the Treasury (1965–68), and Secretary of the Treasury (1968–69); 8.74 cubic feet of material from the Personal Papers of Lowell K. Bridwell, Deputy Federal Highway Administrator and later Deputy Undersecretary of Commerce for Transportation (Operations) in 1964, and who worked at the Federal Highway Administration (1967–69); four pages from the Personal Papers of Dale Hargrove, a friend of the library who donated a letter from Bess Abell (1964), an invitation to the January, 1965, Presidential inauguration, and two photographs of President Johnson and his family; 11.5 cubic feet of material from the Personal Papers of Almon Turley Mace, an analyst for the Commodity Stabilization Service (1955–61), Deputy Administrator of the Rural Community Development Service and Director of the Office of Rural Areas Development during the Johnson Administration; 4.21 cubic feet of material from the Personal Papers of William M. McMillan, Assistant Postmaster General for the Bureau of Operations (1964–68) and Postal Inspector and Regional Director of the Dallas Region (1927–64); and 5.06 cubic feet of material from the Personal Papers of John E. Robson, staff assistant to Joseph Califano (1966–67), first General Counsel of the U.S. Department of Transportation (appointed by President Johnson on Jan. 31, 1967) and Undersecretary of the Department of Transportation beginning May 28, 1968.
The archives staff processed and made available for research materials from the following collections: 0.46 cubic feet from the White House Social Office, Bess Abell; 4.14 cubic feet comprising the Task Force on Communications Policy; 1.84 cubic feet from the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders (Kerner Commission); 3.312 cubic feet from the White House Central File (WHCF) subject category IV (Invitations); 2.07 cubic feet from the WHCF subject category ME (Messages); 0.414 cubic feet from the WHCF subject category ND (National Defense); and 1.242 cubic feet from the WHCF subject category PR (Public Relations).
Forty cases were assigned this quarter; 593 pages were submitted for declassification review. A total of 459 pages were processed following return to the library by agencies. Of these, 43 pages were declassified in full, 216 pages opened in part, and 200 pages exempted from declassification.
The Carter Library released 889 pages in full and 4 pages in part. Mandatory declassification review: 362 pages were released in full; 42 pages were released in part.
The library received permission from the current White House to open 67,557 pages this quarter. The majority of this material consists of White House Office of Records Management subject categories FG065–FG0164 (Independent Boards, Agencies and Commissions). The remainder of the material is from various Freedom of Information Act requests, CREST documents and documents with applied declassification decisions. Currently, LP-RR has 868,260 pages processed and waiting permission to open.
2013-0062-F (Dorothy Walker Bush Condolence Files—87,181 pages)
2013-1261-F (American Spectator—351 pages)
Systematically Reviewed Records (0 pages):
2012-3131-S (David C. Welch Files—418 pages)
2013-0362-S (National Security Affairs—Country Files—2,806 pages)
2013-0362-S (National Security Affairs—Foreign Travel Files—4,560 pages)
2013-0362-S(National Security Affairs—OVP Control and Destruction Logs—1,228 pages)
The following were released for research during the quarter (39,067 pages). FOIA Requests:
2011-2184-F (Iran Contra Affair—32 pages)
2011-2569-F (Economy—19 pages)
2012-0637-F (South Africa—2,391 pages)
2012-0637-F (South Africa—259 pages)
2012-0638-F (Horn of Africa—3,670 pages)
2012-0638-F (The Horn of Africa—2,256 pages)
2012-1098-F (China MFN—15,929 pages)
2012-1099-F (China MFN—3,117 pages)
2012-2217-F (Family Planning—162 pages)
2012-2218-F (Selected files on abortion—1,469 pages)
2012-2218-F (Selected files on abortion—135 pages)
2012-2319-F (Selected files on housing—76 pages)
2012-2323-F (Selected files on ERISA—3,117 pages)
2012-2324-F (Selected file on Medicare—1 page)
2012-2325-F (Selected files on Robert Monks—52 pages)
2012-3085-F (Murphy Brown speech and The Simpsons—552 pages)
2013-0232-F (Mr. and Mrs. Bush's visit to the British Embassy, 1981–89—83 pages)
2013-0363-F (U.S.S. San Jacinto Commissioning, 1988—230 pages)
During the quarter, the Bush Library received permission to release 6,032 pages in full and 852 pages in part.
The following FOIA requests/systematic projects were released this quarter:
2006-0885-F (seg 3) Health Care Task Force
2011-0504-F Internet Broadcast of 1998 Easter Egg Roll
2006-0198-F (seg 4) Records related to FLOTUS work with women & children
2006-1008-F PFIAB—Anthony Harrington
2006-1015-F PFIAB—Adm. Bud "Elmo" Zumwalt
2006-1164-F (seg 1) Terrorism
2011-0616-F Robert G. Torricelli
2012-0072-F Robert C. Galloway
2012-0364-F FLOTUS speech March 1999—Morocco
2012-0550-F Texarkana, TX, event March 10-13, 1999—Advance
2012-0597-F Leonie Milhomme Brinkema
The library opened 199,696 pages in full and 5,867 pages in part this quarter. The SCIF team declassified 275 pages in full (62 documents), 138 pages in part (23 documents).