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1958   21-1   CAPPON, LESTER J.


1958   21-1   CALLCOTT, GEORGE H.


1958   21-1   BRYAN, MARY GIVENS


1958   21-1   MITCHELL, HARVEY


1958   21-1   LELAND, WALDO GIFFORD


1958   21-4   KRAUSKOPF, ROBERT W.


1958   21-4   ALLDREDGE, EVERETT O.


1958   21-4   CASWELL, JOHN EDWARDS


1958   21-4   THOMAS, JOE D.


1959   22-1   OVERMAN, WILLIAM D.


1959   22-1   HALE, RICHARD W.


1959   22-1   WEIS, MARGARET M.


1959   22-1   MUNDEN, KEN


1959   22-1   HORTON, ALLAN


1959   22-1   SCHELLENBERG, T.R.


1959   22-1   TAYLOR, DOROTHY K.


1959   22-1   QUIMBY, GRACE


1959   22-2   BOYD, JULIAN P.


1959   22-2   LEWINSON, PAUL


1959   22-2   DAVIS JR. W.N.


1959   22-2   ROBISON, DAN M.


1959   22-2   BAHMER, ROBERT H.
1959   22-2   DARLING, ROBERT H.


1959   22-2   QUIMBY, GRACE


1959   22-3   BURKE, E.E.


1959   22-3   CAPPON, LESTER J.


1959   22-3   LEWIS, HARRY F.


1959   22-3   HOMSHER, LOLA M.


1959   22-3   MILLER, DAVID E.


1959   22-4   MACLEAN, IAN


1959   22-4   PINKETT, HAROLD T.


1959   22-4   RAHILL, PETER J.


1959   22-4   PERMAN, DAGMAR HORNA


1959   22-4   LOEWENHEM, FRANCIS L.


1960   23-1   HOLMES, OLIVER W.


1960   23-1   GOTLIEB, HOWARD B.


1960   23-1   BORNET, VAUGHN D.


1960   23-1   DEPUY, LEROY


1960   23-1   MARCUS, JACOB R.


1960   23-2   WILEY, BELL I.


1960   23-2   JORDAN, PHILIP D.


1960   23-2   ALLDREDGE, EVERETT O.


1960   23-2   CONNOR, SEYMOUR V.


1960   23-2   WEINBERG, ALLEN


1960   23-2   KATSAROS, JAMES
1960   23-2   MITCHELL, THORNTON W.


1960   23-2   RADOFF, MORRIS L.


1960   23-3   BLEGEN, THEODORE C.


1960   23-3   POSNER, ERNST


1960   23-3   RENZE, DOLORES C.


1960   23-3   WRAY, ELIZABDTH H.


1960   23-3   FANT, H.B.


1960   23-3   LEWINSON, PAUL


1960   23-3   BORN, CHATLES


1960   23-3   DEWING, C.E.


1960   23-3   KERSEN, LIONEL WILLIAM VAN


1960   23-4   BERNER, RICHARD C.


1960   23-4   MACDERMOT, ANNE


1960   23-4   GARRISON, ROBERT W.


1960   23-4   CASE, FRANK H.


1960   23-4   WINFREY, DORMAN


1960   23-4   DETHMAN, JOHN P.H.


1961   24-1   BRYAN, MARY GIVENS


1961   24-1   SCHELLENBERG, T.R.


1961   24-1   JONES, H.G.


1961   24-1   KENT, GEORGE O.


1961   24-1   DUNIWAY, DAVID C.


1961   24-1   POSNER, ERNST
1961   24-1   EDDY, HENRY HOWARD


1961   24-1   MEARNS, DAVID C.


1961   24-1   CLAUSSEN, MARTIN P.


1961   24-1   AHLUWALIA, M.L.


1961   24-4   DEUTRICH, MABEL E.


1961   24-4   SUELFLOW, AUGUST R.


1961   24-4   MCAVOY, THOMAS T.


1961   24-4   HAMILTON, KENNETH G.


1961   24-4   WHITELEY, W.H.


1961   24-4   WINFREY, DORMAN H.


1961   24-4   LIND, WILLIAM E.


1961   24-4   MENKUS, BELDEN


1961   24-4   GINGERICH, MELVIN


1961   24-4   VARIEUR, PASCAL MARIE


1962   25-2   HUGHES JR. CHARLES E.


1962   25-2   ECKLES, ROBERT B.


1962   25-2   LABAREE, BENJAMIN W.


1962   25-2   LEACH, DOUGLAS EDWARD


1962   25-2   CROCKER, HOWARD W.


1962   25-2   WOOD, RICHARD G.


1962   25-2   WEINBERG, ALLEN


1962   25-2   SKORDAS, GUST


1962   25-2   RENZE, DOLORES C.
1962   25-2   MCMAHON, JOHN ALEXANDER


1962   25-2   POOLE, C. FRANK


1962   25-2   ADAMS, W.HOWARD


1962   25-3   RHOADS, JAMES BERTON


1962   25-3   CUTTINO, G.P.


1962   25-3   SMITH, MURPHY D.


1962   25-3   INGERMAN, ELIZABETH A.


1962   25-3   PEIERSON, MARGARET


1962   25-3   ORMSBY, W.G.


1962   25-3   BISHOP, ELEANOR C.


1962   25-3   DECKER, FRANCIS W.


1963   26-1   BAHMER, ROBERT H.


1962   25-1   HAMER, PHILIP M.


1962   25-1   POSNER, ERNST


1962   25-1   BROOKS, PHILIP C.


1962   25-1   LEWINSON, PAUL


1962   25-4   GLENN, BESS


1962   25-4   PINKETT, HAROLD


1962   25-4   RIEGER, MORRIS


1962   25-4   BUCK, ELIZABETH H.


1962   25-4   SHELLEY, FRED


1962   25-4   REID, WARREN R.


1962   25-4   KIRKENDALL, RICHARD S.
1962   25-4   MUGRODOGE, DONALD H.


1962   25-4   CAIN, ROBERT C.


1963   26-1   ROBERTSON JR. JAMES


1963   26-1   GORDON, ROBERT S.


1963   26-1   ATHERTON, LEWIS E.


1963   26-1   BRYAN, MARY GIVENS


1963   26-1   BUCHANAN, JOHN


1963   26-1   EDWARDS, NINA L.


1963   26-1   HIGHAM, ROBIN


1963   26-1   GWAM, LLOYD C.


1963   26-1   LEISINGER JR. ALBERT H.


1963   26-2   MUNROE, JOHN A.


1963   26-2   MASON, PHILIP P.


1963   26-2   SHARMAN, R.C.


1963   26-2   LAURENT, PIERRE HENRI


1963   26-2   ECKERT, LEONE W.


1963   26-2   BROWER, PHILIP P.


1963   26-3   NEWSOME, A.R.


1963   26-3   POSNER, ERNST


1963   26-3   ROSE, MARGARET


1963   26-3   PATTERSON, A.M.


1963   26-3   EVANS, FRANK B.


1963   26-3   RICHARDS, KENNETH W.
1963   26-3   PETERSEN, WILLIAM J.


1963   26-3   RICHMOND, ROBERT W.


1963   26-3   HINDS, CHARLES F.


1963   26-3   BORDIN, RUTH B.


1963   26-3   BROWN, ROBERT M.


1963   26-3   CUTCLIFFE, BEN F.


1963   26-3   WHITE, JOHN B.


1963   26-3   GILL, JAMES F.


1963   26-3   MORALES, LUIS M. RODRIGUEZ


1963   26-4   BELOV, G.


1963   26-4   CHOKEL, BOGOMIR


1963   26-4   WELKE, WILLIAM F.


1963   26-4   ALLEN, JOSEPHINE D.


1963   26-4   GEAR, JAMES L.


1963   26-4   COLLIER, CLYDE M.


1963   26-4   KING, CYRUS B.


1963   26-4   IBEN, ICKO


1964   27-2   LELAND, WALDO GIFFORD


1964   27-2   MULLETT, CHARLES F.


1964   27-2   DEWING, C.E.


1964   27-2   BLAKE, JOHN B.


1964   27-2   KING, W.JAMES


1964   27-2   WASHBURN, WILCOMB E.
1964   27-2   REINGOLD, NATHAN


1964   27-2   WOADDEN, A.R.N


1964   27-2   TANODI, AURELIO Z.


1964   27-2   EVANS, FRANK B.


1964   27-3   OLSEN, ARNOLD


1964   27-3   KNOWLTON, JOHN D.


1964   27-3   WILLIAMS, HOWARD D.


1964   27-3   SCHELL, EDWIN


1964   27-3   KING, JACK


1964   27-3   CLARK, JESSE


1964   27-3   SHIPTON, CLIFFORD K.


1964   27-3   BERNER, RICHARD C.


1964   27-4   GONDOS JR. VICTOR


1964   27-4   RICHARDS, KENNETH W.


1964   27-4   SCHOENBERNER, ROBERT A.


1964   27-4   WRIGHT, N.O.


1964   27-4   BRYAN, MARY GIVENS


1964   27-1   DEVALINGER JR. LEON


1964   27-1   SANFORD, TERRY


1964   27-1   HOLMES, OLIVER W.


1964   27-1   EAST, SHERROD


1964   27-1   MANIGAULTE, JOHN W.


1964   27-1   WEBER, FRANCIS J.
1964   27-1   CHOTO, RODOLFO RAMOS


1964   27-1   ULIBARRI, GEORGE S.


1964   27-1   BORDIN, RUTH B.


1964   27-1   MCCOOL, OLLON D.


1964   27-1   STEWART, WILLIAM J.


1964   27-1   FINNERAN, HELEN T.


1965   28-1   ALLDREDGE, EVERETT O.


1965   28-1   HAYS, SAMUEL P.


1965   28-1   RIEGER, MORRIS


1965   28-1   SCHELLENBERG, T.R.


1965   28-1   EMMISON, FREDERICK G.


1965   28-1   KECSKEMETI, CHARLES


1965   28-2   OLSON, JAMES C.


1965   28-2   FISHBEIN, MEYER H.


1965   28-2   DEUTRCH, MABEL E.


1965   28-2   HAMMITT, J.J.


1965   28-2   HAM, F.GERALD


1965   28-2   JOHNSON, MAIZIE H.


1965   28-3   LEE, CHARLES E.


1965   28-3   PRESTON, JEAN


1965   28-3   COX, HENRY BARTHOLOMEW


1965   28-3   OWSLEY, HARRIET C.


1965   28-3   BINKLEY, WILLIAM C.
1965   28-3   SCHELLENBERG, T.R.


1965   28-3   DUNN, ROY SYLVAN


1965   28-3   MAXWELL, ROBERT S.


1965   28-3   WALLACE, CAROLYN AMDREWS


1965   28-3   RUSSELL, MATTIE


1965   28-4   MENDOZA, GUNNAR


1965   28-4   WRIGHT, MARCIA


1965   28-4   SCHMIDT, WILLIAM F.


1965   28-4   DOWD, MARY JANE


1966   29-1   LAMB, W.KAYE


1966   29-1   ERNEY, RICHARD A.


1966   29-1   HANCOCK, HAROLD B.


1966   29-2   BRECK, ALLEN DU PONT


1966   29-2   BALLENTINE, ROBERT G.


1966   29-2   RHOADS, JAMES B.


1966   29-2   RUNDELL JR. WALTER


1966   29-2   COX, HENRY BARTHOLOMEW


1966   29-2   FENYO, MARIO D.


1966   29-2   EVANS, FRANK B.


1966   29-2   LANGLEY, HAROLD D.


1968   31-4   WICKMAN, JOHN E.


1968   31-4   BODEM, DENNIS R.


1968   31-4   REINGOLD, NATHAN
1968   31-4   WELCH, WALTER L.


1968   31-4   KUIPER, JOHN B.


1966   29-3   Butterfield, L.H


1966   29-3   PEROTIN, YVES


1966   29-3   KIRKENDALL, RICHARD S.


1966   29-3   SCHELLENBERG, T.R


1966   29-3   ROSS, LINWOOD F.


1967   30-1   RENZE, DOLORES C.


1967   30-1   WHITE, GERALD T.


1967   30-1   PINKETT, HAROLD


1967   30-1   EVANS, FRANK B.


1967   30-1   RADOFF, MORRIS L.


1967   30-1   YOUNG, CHESTER RAYMOND


1967   30-1   RIEGER, MORRIS


1967   30-1   KLOTZ, EDWIN F.


1967   30-1   MASON, PHILIP P.


1967   30-2   BURKE, FRANK G.


1967   30-2   CAMPBELL, RITA R.


1967   30-2   CLAUDIA, SISTER M.


1967   30-2   SMITH, RUSSELL M.


1967   30-2   ATHERTON, JAY


1967   30-2   WOOD , ELIZABETH B.


1967   30-2   GUTHRIE, CHESTER L.
1967   30-2   FISHER, BARBARA


1967   30-3   WHITEHILL, WALTER MUIR


1967   30-3   WOOD , ELIZABETH B.


1967   30-3   MCCOY, GARNETT


1967   30-3   REED, DANIEL J.


1967   30-3   MCFARLAND, KENNETH


1967   30-3   WINFREY, DORMAN


1967   30-3   PELTZ, MARY ELLIS


1967   30-3   NECE, BERNICE M.


1967   30-3   KAISER, BARBARA J.


1967   30-3   FIELDING, RAYMOND


1967   30-3   BROWN, LILLIAN


1967   30-3   LEWINSON, PAUL


1967   30-4   RUNDELL, WALTER


1967   30-4   DELGADO, DAVID J.


1967   30-4   BRICHTFORD, MAYNARD J.


1967   30-4   DUBOW, SYLVAN R.


1967   30-4   PETROWSKI, WILLIAM R.


1967   30-4   DAVIDSON HELEN L.


1968   31-1   ANGEL, HERBERT E.


1968   31-1   IRVINE, DALLAS


1968   31-1   LOKKE, CARL


1968   31-1   EVANS, ERNESTINE D.
1968   31-1   DEWING, C.E.


1968   31-1   GROGG, THOMAS A.


1968   31-1   DUNIWAY, DAVID C.


1968   31-1   JORDAN, PHILIP D.


1968   31-2   JONES, H.G


1968   31-2   SCHELLENBERG, T.R


1968   31-2   COLSON, JOHN C.


1968   31-2   LAMB, W. KAYE


1968   31-2   EAST, SHERROD


1968   31-3   WARNER,ROBERT M.


1968   31-3   FINCH, HERBERT


1968   31-3   CHATFIELD, HELEN L.


1968   31-3   SCJMINDT, WILLIAM F.


1968   31-3   HARDING, BRUCE C.


1968   31-3   HACKMANN, W. KENT


1968   31-4   WICKAN, JOHN E.


1968   31-4   BODEM, DENNIS


1968   31-4   REINGOLD, NATHAN


1968   31-4   WELCH, WALTER L.


1968   31-4   KUIPER, JOHN B.


1969   32-1   SHIPTON, CLIFFORD K.


1969   32-1   SNYDER, CHARLES M.


1969   32-1   PERMAN, DAGMAR HORNA
1969   32-1   LEWIS, DAVID L.


1969   32-1   COX, HENRY BARTHOLOMEW


1969   32-2   KAISER, BARBARA J.


1969   32-2   FALCO, NICHOLAS


1969   32-2   WARNER,ROBERT W.


1969   32-2   KECESKEMETI, CHARLES


1969   32-2   VECOLI, RUDOLPH J.


1969   32-2   MONROE, HASKELL


1969   32-3   RHOADS, JAMES B.


1969   32-3   FISHER, BABBAEA


1969   32-3   SUELFOW, AUGUST R.


1969   32-3   BELLAMY, V. NELLE


1969   32-3   KINNEY, JOHN M.


1969   32-3   LOVETT, ROBERT W.


1969   32-3   ARCHER, JOHN HALL


1969   32-3   MERRILL, JAMES M.


1969   32-4   FRY, AMELLIA


1969   32-4   MCALLISTER, D. THEODORE


1969   32-4   MCCARTHY, PAUL


1969   32-4   BURDH, F.W.


1969   32-4   WEBER, FRANCIS J.


1969   32-4   SANTEN,VERNON B.


1969   32-4   SHELLEY, FRED
1969   32-4   ROLLINS, ALFRED B.


1969   32-4   FRANKLIN, JOHN HOPE


1970   33-2   PETERS, WERNER


1970   33-2   MITCHELL, THORNTON W.


1970   33-2   FISHBEIN, MEYER H.


1970   33-3


1970   33-3   MUMFORD, L. QUINCY


1970   33-3   BERNER, RICHARD C.


1970   33-4   JORDAN, PHILIP D.


1970   33-4   BERKELEY, EDMUND


1970   33-4   COX, HENRY BARTHOLOMEW


1970   33-1   SCOTT, ROBERT W.


1970   33-1   MITCHELL, MEMORY F.


1970   33-1   CUSHMAN, HELEN M. BAKER


1970   33-1   CLAUS, ROBERT


1970   33-1   HEALEY, SISTER MARY A.


1970   33-1   FLYNN, G.Q.


1970   33-1   PINKETT, HAROLD T.


1970   33-1   WOADDEN, A.ROBERT N.


1970   33-1   ALLDREDGE, EVERETT


1970   33-1   PINKETT, HAROLD T.


1972   35-2   Smith, Wilfred I.


1972   35-2   Rieger, Morris
1972   35-2     Angel, Herbert E.


1972   35-2     Mayer, Robert A.


1972   35-3&4   Ernst, Posner


1972   35-3&4   Taylor, Hugh A.


1972   35-3&4   Brown, Deward C.


1972   35-3&4   Allcredge, Everett O.


1972   35-3&4   Warner, Robert M.


1972   35-3&4   Koucky, Judith A.


1973   36-1     Lee, Charles E.


1973   36-1     Dumbauld, Edward


1973   36-1     Gersack, Dorothy Hill


1973   36-1     Grimsted, Patricia Kennedy


1973   36-2     Deutrich, Mabel E.


1973   36-2     Freivogel, Elsie Freeman


1973   36-2     Zangrando, Joannia Schneider


1973   36-2     Moseley, Eva


1973   36-2     Crawford, Miriam I.


1973   36-3     O'Neill, James


1973   36-3     Somers, Dale A.


1973   36-3     SAA Committee on Oral History


1973   36-3     SAA Committee on Records
                Management
1973   36-3     Andrews, Patricia A.


1973   36-3     Brichford, Maynard
1973   36-4   Rieger, Morris


1973   36-4   Simpson, Robert R.


1973   36-4   Claussen Martin P.


1973   36-4   Papenfuse, Edward C.


1973   36-4   Evans, Frank B.


1974   37-1   SMITH, WILFRED I.


1974   37-1   CLUBB, JEROME M.


1974   37-1   ELLIOTT, CLARK A.


1974   37-1   THEXTON, J.E.


1974   37-1   MCLAUGHLIN, PATRICK


1974   37-1   VIOLA, HERMAN J.


1974   37-1   BARTKOWSKI, PATRICIA


1974   37-2   RAPPORT, LEONARD


1974   37-2   PAPENFUSE, EDWARD C.


1974   37-2   PETERSON, TRUDY HUSKAMP


1974   37-2   BOWIE, CHESTER W.


1974   37-2   COX, RICHARD J.


1974   37-2   RADOFF, MORRIS


1974   37-3   WINN, KARYL


1974   37-3   STEWART, VIRGINIA R.


1974   37-3   MCCOY, DONALD R.


1974   37-3   EVANS, FRANK B.


1974   37-3   CLARKE, ISABEL V.
1974   37-4   STENDER, WALTER W.


1974   37-4   SAFFADY, WILLIAM


1974   37-4   HELFENSTEIN, ULRICH


1974   37-4   CHRISTIAN, JOHN F.


1974   37-4   POSNER, ERNST


1975   38-1   HAM, F.GERALD


1975   38-1   REYNOLDS, REGINA


1975   38-1   DANIELS, MAYGENE


1975   38-1   FISHBEN, MEYER H.


1975   38-1   DEUTRICH, MABEL E.


1975   38-2   KAHN, HERMAN


1975   38-2   BIRDSALL, WILLIAM F.


1975   38-2   BLENDON, EDITH J.


1975   38-2   MCLAREN, COLIN A.


1975   38-2   ZIEGLER, CHARLES


1975   38-3   COOK, J. FRANK


1975   38-3   JONES, H.G.


1975   38-3


1975   38-3   JACOBS, RICHARD F.


1975   38-3   CLARKE, ISABEL V.


1975   38-4   MASON, PHILIP P.


1975   38-4   KINNEY, JOHN M.


1975   38-4   CAMPBELL, ANN MORGAN
1975   38-4   REITMAN, ALAN


1975   38-4   KYVIG, DAVID E.


1975   38-4   JEFFREY, KIRK


1975   38-4   CULBERT, DAVID H.


1976   39-1   RHOADS, JAMES B.


1976   39-1   STECK, LARRY


1976   39-1   PRESLEY, JOHN WOODROW


1976   39-1   KALENSKI, GUSTAW


1976   39-2   SPUCK, W.H.


1976   39-2   POOLE, FRAZER G.


1976   39-2   W.J. BARROW RESTORATION SHOP,
              INC.
1976   39-2   BOHEM, HILDA


1976   39-2   AVENEY, HARRIET W.


1976   39-2   EDELGLASS, ELIZABETH T.


1976   39-3   KEGAN, ELIZABETH HAMER


1976   39-3   GUSTAFSON, MILTON O.


1976   39-3   HOLMES, OLIVER W.


1976   39-3   RIEGER, MORRIS


1976   39-3   CORE, OFRA D.


1976   39-3   POWELL, TED F.


1976   39-3   WARNER, ROBERT M.


1976   39-3   LEISINGER JR. ALBERT H.


1976   39-3   CAROLL, MICHAEL E.
1976   39-3   SMITH, W.I.


1976   39-4   CAPPON, LESTER J.


1976   39-4   TORCHIA, MARION M.


1976   39-4   FLECKNER, JOHN A.


1976   39-4   HOLDEN, HARLEY P.


1976   39-4   JULIANI, RICHARD N.


1976   39-4   FILIPPELLI, RONALD L.


1976   39-4   ROERTSON JR. WALTER


1977   40-1   KEGAN, ELIZABETH HAMER


1977   40-1   SIFTON, PAUL G.


1977   40-1   ABRAHAM, TERRY


1977   40-1   POTTS, DAVID B.


1977   40-1   BUCHEN, PHILIP W.


1977   40-1   EVANS, FRANK B.


1977   40-2   POOLE, FRAZER G.


1977   40-2   EVANS, MAX J.


1977   40-2   PEARSON, MARY S.


1977   40-2   LEVINE, DAVID


1977   40-2   HACKMAN, LARRY J.


1977   40-2   EDELGLASS, ELIZABETH T.


1977   40-3   MCCREE, MARY LYNN


1977   40-3   WELDON, EDWARD


1977   40-3   BLOUIN, FRANCIS X.
1977   40-3   BRICHFORD, MAYNARD


1977   40-3   PETERSON, TRUDY H.


1977   40-3   CUNHA, GEORGE M.


1977   40-3   LEVINE, DAVID C.


1977   40-3   APPLEGATE, HOWARD


1977   40-3   KERWOOD, JOHN


1977   40-3   RUNDELL JR. WALTER


1977   40-4   TAYLOR, HUGH A.


1977   40-4   FILIPPELLI, RONALD L.


1977   40-4   SARETZKY, GARY D.


1977   40-4   BRAHM, WALTER


1977   40-4   MOSS, WILLIAM W.


1978   41-1   WARNER, ROBERT M.


1978   41-1   MCREYNOLDS, R. MICHAEL


1978   41-1   PRICE, WILLIAM S.


1978   41-1   STRASSBERG, RICHARD


1978   41-1   BLOUIN, FRANCIS X.


1978   41-1   Warner, Robert M.


1978   41-1   MCReynolds, R. Michael


1978   41-1   Price Jr. William S.


1978   41-1   Strassberg, Richard


1978   41-1   Blouin Jr. Francis X.


1978   41-2   HAGAN, WILLIAM T.
1978   41-2   VIOLA, HERMAN J.


1978   41-2   FREIVOGEL,ELSIE FREEMAN


1978   41-2   PEDERSON, ANN E.


1978   41-2   SAND, VIKI


1978   41-2   BERNER, RICHARD C.


1978   41-2   Hagan, William T.


1978   41-2   Viola, Herman J.


1978   41-2   Freivogel, Elsie Freeman


1978   41-2   Pederson, Ann E.


1978   41-2   Sand, Viki


1978   41-2   Berner, Richard C.


1978   41-3   LUCAS, LYDIA


1978   41-3   MCKAY, ELEANOR


1978   41-3   BAKER, RICHARD A.


1978   41-3   POWERS, SANDRA


1978   41-3   GUITE, PAUL V.


1978   41-3   Lucas, Lydia


1978   41-3   McKay, Eleanor


1978   41-3   Baker, Richard A.


1978   41-3   Powers, Sandra


1978   41-4   WALTER ROUNDELL, JR


1978   41-4   MONTALEO, NICHOLAS


1978   41-4   NELSON, ANNA KASTEN
1978   41-4   PINKETT, HAROLD


1978   41-4   DOLLAR, CHARLES M.


1978   41-4   BROWN, RICHARD MAXWELL


1978   41-4   Rundell Jr. Walter


1978   41-4   Montalto, Nicholas V.


1978   41-4   Nelson, Anna Kasten


1978   41-4   Pinkett, Harold T.


1978   41-4   Dollar, Charles M.


1978   41-4   Brown, Richard Maxwell


1979   42-1   TAYLOR, HUGH A.


1979   42-1   RAPPORT, LEONARD


1979   42-1   TETERSON, TRUDY HUSKAMP


1979   42-1   Rapport, Leonard


1979   42-1   Peteson, Trudy Huskamp


1979   42-2   DEWHITT, BERN


1979   42-2   GEDA, CAROLYN L.


1979   42-2   CALMES. ALAN


1979   42-2   BEARMAN, DAVID

1979   42-2   DeWhitt, Bern


1979   42-2   Geda, Carolyn


1979   42-2   Calmes, Alan


1979   42-2   Bearman, David


1979   42-3   Cox, Richard J.
1979   42-3   Fleckener, John


1979   42-3   Burns, John F.


1979   42-3   Mariz, George


1979   42-3   Hindus, Michael Stephen


1979   42-3   Blouin, Francis X.


1979   42-3   Guite, Paul V.


1979   42-4   TAYLOR, HUGH A.


1979   42-4   FERN, DAN H.


1979   42-4   MCCRANK, LAWRENCE


1979   42-4   PEACE, NANCY E.


1979   42-4   FISCHER, LANCE J.


1979   42-4   STROUP, TIMOTHY


1979   42-4   DOWNS II, CHARLES F.


1979   42-4   Taylor, Hugh A.


1979   42-4   Fenn Jr. Dan H.


1979   42-4   McCrank, Lawrence J.


1979   42-4   Peace, Nancy E.

1980   43-1   Brichford, Maynard


1980   43-1   Hackman, Larry J.


1980   43-1   Ham, F. Gerald


1980   43-1   Teute, Fredrika J.


1980   43-1   Henry, Linda J.


1980   43-1   Lytle, Richard H.
1980   43-2   Bazillion, Richard J.


1980   43-2   Peterson Trudy Huskamp


1980   43-2   Anderson, R.Joseph


1980   43-2   Moseley, Eva S.


1980   43-2   Lytle, Richard H.


1980   43-3   O'Toole, James M.


1980   43-3   Yeandle, Laetitia


1980   43-3   Daniels, Maygene


1980   43-3   Lathrop, Alan K.


1980   43-3   Churchville Lida H.


1980   43-4   BRICHFORD, MAYNARD


1980   43-4   BONFIELD, LYNN A.


1980   43-4   JONES, H.G.


1980   43-4   Cook, J. Frank


1980   43-4   Hefiner, Loretta L.


1980   43-4   Taylor, Hugh


1980   43-4   Daly, John


1980   43-4   Arnold, Robert W.


1980   43-4   Vaganov, Fyodor


1980   43-4   Bridges, Edwin


1980   43-4   Blouin, Francis X.


1980   43-4   Brichford, Maynard


1980   43-4   Bonfield, Lynn A.
1980   43-4   Jones, H.G.


1985   48-1   GRACYⅡ, DAVID B.


1985   48-1   HINDING, ANDREA


1985   48-1   HAM, F.GERALD


1985   48-1   ABRAHAM, TERRY


1985   48-1   FOSTER, CLIFTON DALE


1985   48-1   DAY, DEBORAH COZORT


1985   48-2   BLOUIN, FRANCIS X.


1985   48-2   BOLES, FRANK


1985   48-2   YATES, JOANNE


1985   48-2   CHESTNUT, PAUL I.


1985   48-2   RAPPORT, LEONARD


1985   48-2   YOUNG, JULIA MARKS


1985   48-3   Goggin Jacqueline


1985   48-3   Kreneck, Thomas H.


1985   48-3   Grigg, Susan


1985   48-3   Anderson, R. Joseph


1985   48-3   Grabowski, John J.


1985   48-4   Elliott, Clark A.


1985   48-4   Kimball, Gregg D.


1985   48-4   Nolte, William M.


1985   48-4   Mayer, Dale C.


1985   48-4   Haller, Uli
1986   49-1   Finnegan, Shonnie


1986   49-1   Sahli, Nancy A.


1986   49-1   Morton, Katharine D.


1986   49-1   Hensen, Steven L.


1986   49-1   Jones, H.G.


1986   49-1   Steinwall, Susan D.


1986   49-2   Samuels, Helen Willa


1986   49-2   Peterson, Trudy Huskamp


1986   49-2   Giunta, Mary A.


1986   49-2   Geselbracht, Raymond H.


1986   49-2   Robbin, Alice


1986   49-3   Cox, Richard J.


1986   49-3   Evans, Max J.


1986   49-3   Barritt, Marjorie Rabe


1986   49-3   Andrews, Patricia A.


1986   49-4   Baumann, Roland M.


1986   49-4   Miller, Fredric


1986   49-4   Conway, Paul


1986   49-4   Lathrop, Alan K.


1986   49-4   Ladeira, Caroline Durant


1989   52-1   O'Toole, James M.


1989   52-1   Bearman, David


1989   52-1   Long, Linda J.
1989   52-1   Danielson, Elena S.


1989   52-1   Horn, David E.


1989   52-1   Gracy, David B.


1989   52-1   Honhart, Frederick L.


1989   52-1   Spijkerman, Henri


1989   52-1   Aiguo, Zhao


1989   52-1   Newhall, Ann Clifford


1989   52-2   Holbert, Sue E.


1989   52-2   Kinney, Gregory


1989   52-2   Wosh, Peter J.


1989   52-2   Miller, Harold J.


1989   52-2   Cox, Richard J.


1989   52-2   Yakel, Elizabeth


1989   52-2   Herzstein, Robert Edwin


1989   52-2   Grimsted, Patricia Kennedy


1989   52-2   Bartlett, Nancy


1989   52-2


1989   52-4   Weber, Lisa B.


1989   52-4   Bearman, David


1989   52-4   Szary, Richard V.


1990   53-1   Hickerson, H. Thomas


1990   53-1   Walch, Victoria Irons


1990   53-1   Weber, Lisa B.
1990   53-1   Szary, Richard V.


1990   53-1   Roe, Kathleen D.


1990   53-1   Stout, Leon J.


1990   53-1   Matters, Marion


1990   53-1   Thibodeau, Sharon Gibbs


1990   53-1   Ostroff, Harriet


1990   53-1   Dryden, Jean E.


1990   53-1   Roberts, John W.


1990   53-1   Weinberg, David W.


1990   53-1   Cook, Michael


1990   53-1   Neirinck, Danielle


1990   53-1   Gelting, Michael H.


1990   53-2   Cunha, George Martin


1990   53-2   Conway, Paul


1990   53-2   Gertz, Janet E.


1990   53-2   Curtin, Bonnie Rose


1990   53-2   Morris, Patricia A.


1990   53-2   Child, Margaret S.


1990   53-2   Garlick, Karen


1990   53-2   Kaplan, Hilary A.


1990   53-2   Paton, Christopher Ann


1990   53-2   Dean, John F.


1990   53-2   Sung, Carolyn Hoover
1990   53-2   Wright, Sandra


1990   53-2   Walch, Victoria Irons


1990   53-3   Foote, Kenneth E.


1990   53-3   Lockwood, Elizabeth


1990   53-3   Jung, Maureen A.


1990   53-3   Morrow, Mary France


1990   53-3   Sheehy, Carolyn


1990   53-3   Galvin, Theresa


1990   53-3   Sink, Robert


1990   53-3   O'Toole, James M.


1990   53-3   Bolkhovitinov, Nikolai Nikolaevich


1990   53-3   Zupancic, Tonka


1990   53-3   Draskaba, Peter


1990   53-4   Skemer, Don C.


1990   53-4   Hackman, Larry J.


1990   53-4   Turnbaugh, Roy


1990   53-4   Mbaye, Saliou


1990   53-4   Pillak, Peep


1990   53-4   Buisman, Frank K.


1991   54-1   Stielow, Frederick


1991   54-1   Orbach, Barbara


1991   54-1   Abraham, Terry


1991   54-1   Weideman, Christine
1991   54-1   Koplowiz, Bradford


1991   54-1   Grimsted, Patrica


1991   54-1   Allen, Marie B.


1991   54-2   Gilliland-Swetland, Luke J.


1991   54-2   Ewing, Susan E.


1991   54-2   Carson, James G.


1991   54-2   Peterson, Trudy Huskamp


1991   54-2   Yuqing, Xu


1991   54-2   Moss, William W.


1991   54-2   Slavin, Timothy A.


1991   54-3   Hedstrom, Margaret


1991   54-3   Skemer, Don


1991   54-3   Abraham, Terry


1991   54-3   Goerler, Raimund


1991   54-3   Kohl, Michael


1991   54-3   Albada, Joan Van


1991   54-3   Lemmon, Alfred E.


1991   54-3   Kajlik, Vladimir


1991   54-4   Reynolds, Robert D.


1991   54-4   Walters, Tyler O


1991   54-4   Brummer, Brucce H.


1991   54-4   Kaplan, Hilary A.


1991   54-4   Ogawa, Chiyoko
1992   55-2   Michelson, Avra


1992   55-2   Gilliland-Swetland, Anne J.


1992   55-2   Stielow Frederick J.


1992   55-2   Dooley, Jackie M.


1992   55-2   Warner, Robert M.


1992   55-3   Cox, Richard J.


1992   55-3   Peterson, Trudy H.


1992   55-3   Gabehart, Alan D.


1992   55-3   Floyd, Barbara L


1992   55-3   Davis, Richard Carter


1992   55-3   Grabowski, John J.


1992   55-1   Duchein, Michel


1992   55-1   Kolsrud, Ole


1992   55-1   Ketelaar, Eric


1992   55-1   Bundsgaard, Inge


1992   55-1   Rene-Bazin, Paule


1992   55-1   Franz, Eckhart G.


1992   55-1   Kahlenberg, Friedrich P.


1992   55-1   Ress, Imre


1992   55-1   Grimsted, Patricia Kennedy


1992   55-1   Basovaskaya, Natalya


1992   55-1   Kecskemeti, Charles


1992   55-1   Lemmon, Alfred E.
1992   55-1   Gonzalez, Pedro


1992   55-1   Bearman, David


1992   55-1   Blouin Jr. Francis X.


1992   55-1   Yakel, Elizabeth


1992   55-4   Burke, Frank G.


1992   55-4   Stephenson, Mary Sue


1992   55-4   East, Dennis


1992   55-4   Hackman, Larry J.


1992   55-4   Davis, Richard Carter


1992   55-4   Schaeffer, Roy C.


1993   56-1   Krizack, Joan D.


1993   56-1   Frye, Dorothy T.


1993   56-1   Hinding, Andrea


1993   56-1   Overbeck, Lois More


1993   56-1   Finch, Elsie Freeman


1993   56-1   Margry, Peter Jan


1993   56-2   O'Toole, James M.


1993   56-2   McCrank, Lawrence J.


1993   56-2   Becker, Ronald L.


1993   56-2   Spindler, Robert P.


1993   56-2   Kenney, Anne R.


1993   56-2   McDowall, Duncan


1993   56-2   Kigongo-Bukenya, I.M.N
1993   56-3   Brown, Thomas E.


1993   56-3   Hedstrom, Margaret


1993   56-3   Kesner, Richard M.


1993   56-3   Cox, Richard J.


1993   56-3   Eastwood, Terry


1993   56-3


1993   56-4   Kenney, Anne R.


1993   56-4   Montgomery, Bruce P.


1993   56-4   Grimsted, Patricia Kennedy


1993   56-4   Totka Jr. Vincent A.


1993   56-4   Bearman, David


1993   56-4   Hodson, Sara S.


1993   56-4   Gilardi, Ronald L.


1993   56-4   Zangrando, Robert L.


1993   56-4   Ham, F. Gerald


1993   56-4   Bridges, Edwin


1994   57-1   Bearman, David


1994   57-1   Weissman, Ronald F.E.


1994   57-1   Duranti, Luciana


1994   57-1   McDonald, John


1994   57-1   McCarthy, Paul


1994   57-1   Bikson, Tora K.


1994   57-1   Warnow-Blewett, Joan
1994   57-1   Walch, Victoria Irons


1994   57-1   Fleckner, John A.


1994   57-1   Gutierrez, Ramon A.


1994   57-1   Sahli, Nancy


1994   57-1   Ham, Debra Newman


1994   57-1   Michelson, Avra


1994   57-1   Lyman, Peter


1994   57-1   Dowler, Lawrence


1994   57-1   Gould, Costance C.


1994   57-1   Taylor, Hugh


1994   57-2   Atherton, Jay


1994   57-2   Cox. Richard J.


1994   57-2   McCrank, Lawrence J.


1994   57-2   Sly, Margery


1994   57-2   Wurl, Joel


1994   57-2   Tibbo, Helen R.


1994   57-2   Duranti, Luciana


1994   57-2   Buckland, Michael


1994   57-2   Cross, James Edward


1994   57-2   Prietto, Carole


1994   57-2   Wertheimer, Jack


1994   57-2   Wallot Jean-Pierre


1994   57-2   Menne-Haritz, Angelika
1994   57-3   Elliott, Clark A.


1994   57-3   Kent, George O.


1994   57-3   Martin, Lyn M.


1994   57-3   D'Arienzo, Daria


1994   57-3   Gilfoyle, Timothy J.


1994   57-3   Menne-Haritz, Angelika


1994   57-3   Martin, Robert Sidney


1994   57-4   Yakel, Elizabeth


1994   57-4   Ngin, Phyllisis M.


1994   57-4   O'Toole, James M.


1994   57-4   Whaley, John H


1994   57-4   Grimard, Jacques


1994   57-4   Harris, Veme


1995   58-1   Ericksen, Paul


1995   58-1   Piasecki, Sara J.


1995   58-1   Shenk, Diana L.


1995   58-1   Waters, Peter M.H.


1995   58-2   Stout, Lee


1995   58-2   McDonald, John


1995   58-2   Kesner, Richard M.


1995   58-2   Miller, Michael L.


1995   58-2   Adams, Margaret O'Neill


1995   58-2   Brown, Thomas Elton
1995   58-4   Bearman, David


1995   58-4   Wilson, Lan E.


1995   58-4   Pederson, Ann


1995   58-4   Ketelaar, Eric


1995   58-4   Sprinkle, Matthew


1995   58-4   Sitelow, Frederick J.


1995   58-4   Walters, Tyler O
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Tardy Scholars Among the Archivists                   3-16


Antiquarianism and Documents in the Age of Literary   17-29
History
Trends of Organization in State Archives              31-42


Archives of Newfoundland                              43-53


Recollections of the Man Who Rang the Bell            55-57


The Hoover Commissions and Federal Recordkeeping      371-399


Archival Training in a Record Center                  401-407


Archives for Tomorrow's Historians                    409-417


Photographic Archives                                 419-424


The Pendulum Swings                                   3-10


The Cataloging of Microfilm                           11-13


Case for Microfilming                                 15-24


Records Essential to Continuity of Government         25-37


Archival Backgrounds in New South Wales               39-48


Future of the Archival Profession                     49-58


State Microfilming Programs                           59-82


Writings on Archives, etc. PartⅠ                      83-104


"These Precious Monuments of. . . Our History"        147-180


The Preservation of Government Publications           181-188


The California State Archives                         189-196


Archival Services of State Libraries                  197-202


The Archival Function in the States                   203-209
The Relation Between Archivists and Record Managers      211-215


Writings on Archives, etc. PartⅡ                         217-226


Some Archival Legislation of the British Commonwealth 275-296

Archival Good Works for Theologians                      297-308


The Deterioration of Book Paper in Library Use           309-322


Wyoming State Archives and Historical Department         323-329


Use of Local Archives in the Study of Local History      331-335


Australian Experience in Record and Archives             387-418


Forest Service, Trail Blazer in Recordkeeping Methods    419-426


Archives of the Archdiocese of Boston                    427-432


Microfilming of German Records in the National           433-443
Archives
Guides to Microfilmed German Records: A Review           445-449


"Public Records"━Who Knows What They Are?                3-26


The Undergraduate and Historical Manuscripts             27-32


The Manuscripts of Social Welfare                        33-48


Archivists and Records Managers━A Partership             49-55


The American Jewish Archives                             57-61


The Role of the Atchivist in the civil War Centerninal   131-142


The Challenge of Medical Records                         143-152


Standards for Federal Records Center Buildings           153-156


Legal Materials as Sources of History                    157-166


Court Records- Orphans Among Archives                    167-174


Managing the Records of the World's Createst City        175-180
Municipal Archival Programs                             181-184


How to Transfer the Governor's Papers                   185-189


Solon Justus Buck- Scholar- Administraror               259-262


Solon Justus Buck- Archivist                            263-270


The State Archivist- 3-D Puvlic Servant                 271-276


The Archivist of the State of Hawii                     277-284


Carl Ludwig Lokke, 1897-1960                            285-296


Toward Acessioning Standard- Research Records           267-310


The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections:   311-314
Progress
Bargain Basement                                        315-318


The National Register of Archives                       319-338


The Arrangement and Descriotion of Manuscripts          395-406


University Archives in the Boston Area                  407-414


Maximum Records Management                              415-418


The Corporte Secretary Looks at Records Management 419-430

The Archivive Wars in Texas                             431-438


John F.X. Britt, 1917-60                                439-440


Changing Times                                          3-10


Archival Principles of Arrangement                      11-24


North Carolina's Local Records Program                  25-41


The German Foreign Ministry's Archives at Whaddon       43-54
Hall, 1948-58
Conflicts in Collecting                                 55-63


The Fourth International Congress of Archivists         65-73
Surveying for Archives Building                      75-79


St. George Leakin Sioussat, 1878-1960                81-82


Roscoe R. Hill, 1880-1960                            83-84


A Significant Order on Record Management             85-87


Amercan Church Archives━An Overview                  387-402


The Struggle of Church Archives for Respectability   403-408


Catholic Archives and Manuscript Collections         409-414


The Moravian Archives at Bethlehem, Pennsylvania     415-423


The Record of the Moravian Mission in Labrador       425-430


Protestant Episcopal Church Archives                 431-433


Methodist Archives in the United States              435440


The Baptist Sunday School Board and Its Records      441-444


A Manual for Church Archivists                       445-450


The Small, Limited, or Specialized Church Archives   451-456


Problems in Administering Local Records              151-157


The Importance of Photocopy Projects for Local and   159-163
Regional History
New England Town Meeting                             165-172


Early Town Records of New England as Historical      173-181
Sources
Are Town Records a Casualty of the Modern Era?       183-187


Moses Robinson━Town Clerk                            189-192


Publication Program of the Philadephia Archives      193-198


Maryland's County Records━The Eclectic Approach      199-206


Colorado's County Records━The Syncretic Approach     207-210
A County Official Looks at a State-Supervised County     211-218
Records Program
Screening the Papers of Baltimore's Mayors               219-222


The Presence of the Past                                 223-226


Harris, Lewis, and the Hollow Tree                       295-314


The Archives of Gascony Under English Rule               315-321


Preparing a Manuscripts Guide for a Learned Society      323-330


A New Method of Indexing Manuscripts                     331-340


Reference Service in the Indiana State Archives          341-344


Reference Service in the Public Archives of Canda        345-351


Documents━Their Repair and Preservation                  353356


The Care of Motion Picture Film                          357-359


The Management of Archival Institutions                  3-10


" ·‥ authentic Documents tending to elucidate our        3-14
History"
Round Table on Archives- Warsaw, 1961                    15-24


The Harry S.Truman Library- Plans and Reality            25-38


Labor Union Records in the United States                 39-45


Private Records Seized by the United States in Wartime- 399-406
Their Legal Status
Early Records of us the U.S. Department of Agriculture 407-416

Packing, Labeling, and Shelving at the National          417-426
Archives
Recordkeeping in the Northwest Territory, 1796           427-428


The Presidential Papers Progame of the Library of        429-434
Congress
Public Papers of the Presidents                          435-440


Presidential Libraries- One Researcher's Point of View   441-448
The Adams Papers                                        449-454


Policy and Administrative Records of the Veterans       455-466
Administration
The civil War Centennial━Archival Aspects               11-18


Suggestions for Organization and Description of         19-39
Archival Holdings of Local Historical Societies
Western Historical Manuscripts Collection━A case        41-49
Study of a Collecting Program
Georgia Colonial Wills                                  51054


To Serve the Inquiring Scholar━The Search for the       55-58
Titchener Papers
The Stevens Mill Records━Triumph Over Chaos             59-62


Aeronautical History━Some Offbeat British Archives      63-65


The First Permanent Building of the Nigerian National   67-74
Archives
The Exhibit of Documents                                75-86


A Brave Man━or a Foolish One                            151-160


College and University Archives:1962                    161-165


The Queensland State Archives                           167-176


The Belgian Archives and the Van de Weyer Papers        177-184


The Anatomy of Industrial Records                       185-190


The U.S Army's Seizure and Administration of Enemy      191-207
Records Up To World WarⅡ
objective of the Society of American Archivists         299-304


The Study of State Archival Programs                    305-306


The Archives of Dakota Territory                        307-313


State Archival Agencies' Services to Other State        315318
Agencies
The State Archivist and the Academic                    319-322
Researcher━"Stable Cmpanionship"
The State Archivist and the Amateur Researcher          323-326
Iowa━The Challenge of the Archives                      327-331


Kansas━The Administration of the Public Records         333-337


Kentucky━The Archives and Records Service               339-343


Michigan━The G. Mennen Williams Papers                  345-352


Minnesota━The State Archives and Records Service        355-360
Reconsidered
Missouri━A Coordinated Records Program Needed           361-364


Nebraska━The Records Management Prospect                365-369


Ohio━Disposition of Medical Records in State Mental     371-378
Hospitals
Puerto Rico━The Documents Administration Program        379-382


History That Lives Again━Archives in the U.S.S.R        439-442


The Archives of Bulgaria                                443-448


The Papers of the Viscounts Melville                    449-462


Documenting the Lincoln Museum Collection               463-467


The Repair of Dcuments━American Beginnings              469-475


The Archivist and Weather Records                       477-485


The Archivist and "Ancient Documents" as Evidence       487-491


The Literary Estate of Lorado Taft                      493-496


The Prehistory and Origins of the National Historical   187-194
Publications Commission
The "Better Reception, Preservation, and More           195-217
Convenient Use" of Public Records in Eighteenth-
Century England
The Wheeler Survey Records: A Study in Archival         219-227
Anomaly
Medical Records and History                             229-235


The Project on the History of Recent Physics in the     237-243
United States
Manuscripts and Manufacts                               245-250
The Anatomy of a Collection: The Rhees Papers            251-259


Toronto's Venture Into Paperwork Control and             261-264
Orderliness
Primera Reunion Argentina de Historia Socialy            265-267
Economica
The Many Faces of the Pennsylvania Archives              269-283


The Federal Paperwork Jungle━The Natives Are             363-370
Becoming Restless
"Properly Arranged and So Correctly Recorded"            371-374


Records Salvage After the Fire at Colgate University     375-379


Methodist Records and History at the Grassroots in       381-385
Northern Virginia
Collecting Business Records                              387-390


Current Paperwork Problems in American Industry          391-394


College Archives and Academic Research                   395-400


Archivists, Librarians, and the National Union Catalog   401-409
of Manuscript Collections
Archival Buildings━Programing and Planning               467-483


New Jersey's New Archival Facilities                     485-490


What the Architect Needs To Know About Archives          491-493


What the Construction Company Needs To Know About 495-497
Archives
The Georgia Archives Building━A Case Study in     499-501
Promotion
Horzons Unlimited                                 3-13


North Carolina━Three Hundredth Birthday                  15-19


Archival Arrangement━Five Different Operations at Five 21-42
Different Levels
Archival Experience in a Prototype Intermediate        43-56
Depository
Sources for American History in Three Italian Archives 57-61

The Secret Vatican Archives                              63-66
Los Archivos en El Salvador, C.A                       67-70


The Inter-American Technical Council on Archives       73-80


Cataloging Manuscripts━A Simple Scheme                 81-86


The Metes and Bounds of Records Management             87-94


The Sources of Labor History: Problem and Promise      95-102


Records of the National Grange in Its Washington       103-112
Office
Still To Be Done                                       3-16


Archival Sources for American Political History        17-30


The Fifth International Archives Congress              31-37


The Principle of Provenance and Modern Records in the 39-41
United States
B.B.C. Popularizes Archives                           43-46


Le Guide des Sources de 1'Histoire d'Amerique Latine   47-52


The Scholar and Documentary Publication                187-193


The Archivist Meets the Records Creator                195-197


Decimal Filling : Its General Background and an        199-218
Account of Its Rise and Fall in the U.S. War
Department Archives and Records Management
Government                                             219-222


Archival Standards and the Posner Report: Some         223-230
Reflections on the Historical Society Approach
Archives Administration in Australia                   231-238


Documentary Reproduction: Letterpress                  351-365
Publication━Why? What? How?
Problems in the Use of Manuscripts                     367-379


Private Letters and the Public Domain                  381-388


The SAA Workshop on The National Union Catalog of      389-397
Manuscript Collections
A Historian Looks at The National Union Catalog of     399-407
Manuscript Collections
A Nationwide System of Controlling Historical            409-412
Manuscripts in the United States
The Southwest Collection at "Texas Tech"                 413-419


Manuscripts Collections at Stephen F. Austin State       421-426
College
The Southern Historical Collection                       427-436


The Manuscript Department in the Duke University         437-444
Library
Archival Underdevelopment in Latin America               503-510


The Tanganyika Archives                                  511-520


The Rotating Case Display: An Opportunity                521-525


Critical Judgment of Posner's American State Archives    526-528


The Changing Role of the Archivist                       3-10


Wisconsin's Area Research Centers                        11-22


Materials for Company History in the National Archives   23-32


New Dimensions in the Education of American              173-186
Archivists
Records and Archives of the Professions                  187-195


Alienation and Thievery: Archival Problems               197-208


The Recent American Past v. H.R. 4347: Historians'       209-215
Dilemma
The Impact of the Proposed Copyright Law Upon            217-227
Scholars and Custodians
The Record Group Concept: A Critique                     229-239


Modern Methods of Arrangement of Archives in the         241-263
United States
Hunt for American Archives in the Soviet Union           265-275


John Foster Dulles' "Letter of Gift"                     355-363


The Use of Forms in the Control of Archives at the       365-369
Accessioning and Processing Level
Confessions of a Reformed Archivist                      371-377
Recorded Music and Re-recording Processes                379-383


The Historical Value of Motion Pictures                  385-390


The Scholar's One World                                  343-361


Administration and the "Three Ages"of Archives           363-369


A Second Look at Presidenral Lobraries                   371-386


Caribbean Archives Conference, 1965                      387-394


The Adoption of an Archival Program for Maine            395-402


The Archivist's Challenge: To Lead- or Not To Lead       5-18


The Business Historican and His Sources                  19-32


Selective Preservation of General Correspondence         33-44


Archivists and Records Managers: Variations on a         45-58
Theme
An Elusive Manusicript- The Proceedings of the           59-66
Maryland Convention of 1774
Establishment of the Public Archives of Hawaii as a      67-80
Territorial Agency
Archives for Scholarship: The Washington Extraordinary   81-90
Congress of the Intrnational Council on Archival
The Conference on the Utilization of Archival and        91-104
Educational Resources
Economic Sataus of the Archival Profession, 1965-66      105-122


The Application of Automated Techniques in the           255-278
Mangement
and Control and Information Retrieval in Archives-the
Automation of Source Materials                           279-286
Broad Concepts
Automated Techniques in Comprehensive Indexing           287-294


Item Indexing by Automated Progesses                     295-302


Mechanization of the Manuscript Catalogue at the         303-310
Public Archives of Canada
From the Information Soapbox: Information Handling       311-322
Dialectically Considered
New Date To Shape History                                323-332
Automation, Information, and the Administration of      333-348
Archives and Manuscript Collecrions: Bobligraphic
Review Of the Arts: An Introduction
Archives                                                427-430


Pots and Pans History: Relating Manuscripts and         431-442
Printed
Sources to the Study of Domestic Art Objects
The Archives of Amercian Art                            443-452


The Catalongue of Amercian Portraits                    453-458


The Use of Archives in the Field of Art by Graduate     459-464
Students and Researchers
The Toscanini Archives                                  465-470


The Metropolitan Opera Archives                         471-476


The Kirsten Flagstad Memorial Collection                477-482


Resources in the Wisconsin Center for Theatre           483-492
Research
Archives of the Motion Picture : A General View         493-500


The National Library of television                      501-504


The Archivist's Shakespeare                             505-507


To Sever Scholarship                                    547-555


The Archivist and Public Relations                      557-564


Informing the Government About Its Archives             565-574


The Jewish Historical Social of Greater Washington : Its 575-580
Archival Program
Reseach, Anyone? A Look at the Federal Records           581-591
Centers
The Indispensability of Business Archives                593-597


Archival Janus: The Records Center                      5-12


Some Kinds of Classification                            13-22


Archives and the French Revolution                      23-31


The Archival Talent                                     33-34
Manuscript Catalonging- The Beinecke Method              35-43
Examined
Archives and the Citaldel                                45-47


Where Do Public Records Belong?                          49-55


The Scholar and the Archivst- A Partnership              57-65


Archival Trainning in Amercian Universities, 1938-68     135-154


Archival Trainning in Library Schools                    155-165


On the Education of Archivist and Librarians             167-174


The Modern Archivist: Formally Tranined or Self-         175-177
Educated?
Marryland's 1967 Constiutional Convention and Its        179-181
Records
The Status of College and University Archives            235-237


The Problem of Confidentiality in a College Archives     239-241


Records Management in the Administration of College      243-245
and University Archives
A Practical Approach to University Records               247-264
Management
Federal-University Relationships and the Paperwork       265-270
Explosion
Small College Archives: Problems and Solutions           271-275


John Foster Dulles' " Letter of Gift"                    355-364


The Use of Forms in the Control of Archives at the       365-370
Acessioning and Processing Level
Confessions of a Reformed Archivist                      371-378


Records Music and Re- recording Processes                379-384


The Historical Value of Motion Pictures                  385-392


The Archival and Service                                 5-9


Forgotten Fillmore Papers Examined:                      11-14
Sources for Reinterpretion of a Little-Known President
Computers and Bibliography for the Social Sciences       15-20
Appraisal Criteria for Retention and Disposal of          21-23
Business Records
Publication of Manuscripts: Devaluation or                25-33
Enhancerment?
Problems With Donors of Contemporary Collections          103-108


The Empire State's Search in European Archives            109-123


Motion Picure Restoration                                 125-132


The Spirit of Washington: ICA Congress of 1966            133-137


The Immigration Studies Collection of the University of   139-145
Minnesota
Some Thoughts for an Aspiring Historical Editor           147-159


The History and the New Technology                        209-213


Byproducts of Computer Processing                         215-223


Maximum and Minimum Standards for Religious Arcives 225-229

Financial Sources for Church Archival Progams             231-233


Archives of the General Convention of the Episcopal       235-246
Church
The Status of Business Archives                           247-250


Business Records: The Canandian Scene                     251-259


The Nacal Historian and His Sources                       261-268


A Janus Look at Oral History                              319-326


Collecting Archives for the History                       327-332


Vapor Phase Deacidification: A New Preservation           333-342
Method
Program Planning for Records in Minnesota                 343-348


Printed Guides to Archival Centers for Amercian           349-356
Catholic History
Appraisal of Financial Records                            357-361


The Choice of a Medium for Documentary Publication        363-368
The History and the Archivist                         369-374


Archical Odyssey: Taking Students to the Sources      375-381


The McCarthy Historical Project                       155-161


New Viewpoints on Establishing Permanent Values of    163-174
State Archices
A Viewpoints on Appraisal of National Records         175-187


Constiution and Bylaws of the Society of American     263-268
Archivists
Archivists and Librabians: Time for a New Look        269-274


Disposition of Nonmanuscript Items Found Among        275-281
Manuscripts
In Search of Local Legal Records                      379-382


A Chronological Catalog: Virginia's Approach          383-387


A Nineteenth- Century Archival Search:                389-401
The History of the French Spoliation Claims Papers
Governor's Records: Public Records                    5-10


Editing the Papares of a Contemporary Governor        11-18


The Modern Business Archivist                         19-24


The Proposal for a United Nations Archival Agency     25-33


Archives of Roman Catholic Orders and Congregations   35-39
of Women
The New Deal and Local Archives: The Pacific          41-52
Northwest
A Glossary of Records Terminology: Scope and          53-56
Definitions
Cultural Factors and Records Terminology              57-59


Combining Archival and Records Management             61-65
Terminology
The 33d Annual Meeting of the Society of American     67-75
Archivists
A Contribution to National Development                155-161


The Regional Training Center Movement                 163-171
Iran as a Case Study                                      173-181


The Role of Philanthropic Foundations                     183-192


Archives in Medieval Islam                                291-315


Clio in the Raw: Archival Materials and the Teaching of 317-330
History
The Sam Rayburn Papers: A Preliminary Investigation     331-336


Inventorying Magnetic-Media Records                       337-345


Archival Training in the United States and Canada         347-358


Report of the Committee for the 1970's: The Cuncil's      359-367
Response
Person, Places, and Papers: The Joys of Being an          5-14
Archivist
Legal Records in English and American Courts              15-32


Colonial, State, and Federal Court Records: A Survey      33-42


Regional Archival Development in the USSR: Soviet         43-66
Standards and National Documentary Legacies
Ms. Versus Mr. Archivist                                  171-181


The Status of Women in the Academic Professions           183-201


An Historian's View on the Liberation of Clio             203-214


Documenting the History of Women in America               215-222


A Program for Action                                      223-232


Will Success Spoil the Presidential Libraries?            339-351


Surveying the Records of a City: The History of Atlanta   353-359
Project
Oral History and Archivists: Some Questions To Ask        361-365


Writings on Records Management: A Select List             367-371


Bibliography: Selected Writings on Archives, Current      373-396
Records, and Historical Manuscripts During 1971
Historians and Mirrors: A Review Essay                    397-402
The Ⅶth International Archives Congress, Moscow,        491-512
1972: A Report
Leland to Connor: An Early Survey of American State     513-522
Archives
Revisiting America's State Papers, 1789-1861: A         523-536
Clinical Examination and Prognosis
The Retreat from Standardization: A Comment on the      537-542
Recent History of Finding Aids
The Administration of Archives: A Review                543-550


Broad Horizons: Opportunities for Archivists            3-14


Quantification and the "New" History: A Review Essay    15-25


Experimental Data as a Source for the History of        27-35
Science
Archival Potential of Machine-Readable Records in       37-42
Business
The American Revalution in Maps                         43-49


Some Recent Writings on the American Indian             51-54


Shelving and Office Furniture for Archives Buildings    55-66


Dumped from a Wharf into Casco Bay: The Historical      201-210
Records Survey Revisited
A Modicum of Commitment' : The Present and Future       211-221
Importance of the Historical Records Survey
The lowa Historical Records Survey, 1936-1942           223-245


The Historical Records Survey in Wisconsin: Then and    247-261
Now
Public Records in Colonial Maryland                     263-275


The Maryland Records in the Revolutionary War           277-285


Common Law Copyright and the Archivist                  375-386


Problems of Confidentiality in the Administration of    387-398
Personal Case Records
The Crucial Choice: The Appointment of R. D. W.         399-413
Connor as Archivest of the United States
A Basic Glossary for Archivists, Manuscript Curators,   415-433
and Records Managers
Bibiography━Writings on Archives, Historical            435-457
Manuscripts, and Current Records: 1972
The National Personnel Records Center Fire: A Study in 521-549
Disaster
Manuscript and Psychohistory                           551-564


Swiss Archives                                           565-571


On Planning an Archives                                  573-578


The Athenian Cavalry Archives of the Fourth and Third    579-582
Centuries B.C.
The Archival Edge                                        5-13


Fire Insurancd Records: A Versatile Resource             15-21


District of Columbia Building Permits                    23-30


ADP and Archives: Selected Publications on Automatic     31-42
Data Processing
Women in Archives: A Summary Report of the               43-46
Committee on the Status of Women in the Archival
Profession
Documenting American Cultures Through Three              147-158
Generations: Change and Continuity
The Two Sides of the Desk: The Archivist and The         159-173
Historian, 1909-1935
University Archives: A Reason for Existence              175-180


Record Repositories in British Universities              181-190


Archival Practices Survey                                191-203


"Private Papers" of Public Officials                     299-324


Presidential Libraries: Is There a Case for a National   325-328
Presidential Library?
The Records of Public Officials: Final Report of the     329-336
Forty-Eighth American Assembly
The Status of the Nixon Presidential Historical          337-337
Materials
Annual Bibliography━Writings on Archives, Historical     339-374
Manuscripts, and Current Records: 1973
Archival Security: New Solutions to an Old Problem       477-492


Archival Security and Insecurity                         493-497


The Archival Security Program of the SAA                 499-500
Freedom of Information and Privacy: The Civil              501-508
Libertarian's Dilemma
Family History: New Opportunities for Archivists           509-519


Varieties of Family History                                521-532


Family History Projects: The Scholarly Value of the        533-541
Informal Sample
One Man's Hopes for His Society, His Profession, His       5-13
Country
Hannah Lay & Company: Sampling the Records of a            15-20
Century of Lumbering in Michigan
A Method of Verso Description                              21-23


Record Selection                                           25-43


Document Restoration by Digital Image Processing           131-155


Current Lamination Policies of the Library of Congress     157-159


The Barrow Two-Bath Deacidification Method                 161-164


A Visible File Catalog for Photographic Materials          165-166


Cataloging Motion Picture Film: A Descriptive              167-175
Bibliography
Writings on Archives, Historical Manuscripts, and          177-197
Current Records: 1974
The President's Page                                       269-269


The Empty Shrine: The Transfer of the Declaration of       271-285
Independence and the Constitution to the National
Archivesan International Archives Program and Council,
Toward                                                     287-299
1945-1950
The Intermational Council on Archives: Its First Quarter   301-306
Century
United Nations━The Written Record                          307-310


Saving the Past for the Future━Tales of International      311-318
Search and Cooperation
Documenting the Great Migrations and a Century of          319-328
Ethnicity in America
International Progress in Microfilming: The Background     329-335
and Work of the ICA Committee
NATIS, an Interantional Information System: Impossible     337-341
Dream or Attainable Reality?
The ICA and Technical Assistance to Developing            343-351
Countries
The Archiqivst as Collector                               429-435


Twl Experiments in Automated Indexing: The                437-445
Presidential Papers and the Papers of the Continental
Congress
Cooperation as a Strategy for Archival Institutions       447-459


Student Records: The Harvard Experience                   461-467


The Use of Archives in the Study of Immigration and       469-477
Ethnicity
Oral History and the Archives                             479-483


NARS: The Politics of Placement                           485-492


A Becoming Regard to Posterity                            5-15


The Provenance of the Thomas jefferson Papers             17-30


NUCMC and the Local Repository                            31-42


College Archives as Windows on American Society           43-49


Secrets of History and the Law of Secrets                 51-55


Postappointment Archival Training: A Proposed        57-74
Solution for a Basic Problem
Some Aspects of the Conservation Problem in Archives 163-171

Handling Photographs in the LDS Church Archives           173-177


The Eyes of Texas: The Texas County Records               179-187
Inventory Project
The Management and Preservation of Local Public           189-199
Records: Report of the State and Local Records
Committee and a Guide to Manuscript and Archival
The NHPRC                                                 201-205
Materials in the United States
Writings on Archves, Historical Manuscripts, and          207-233
Current Records: 1975
Foreword                                                  291-294


Lest We Forget: Setting Priorities for the Preservation   295-300
and Use of Historial Records
Surveys of Historical Records                             301-306
Intellectual Control of Historical Records                307-313


Professional Archival Training                            315-320


Conservation and Preservation of Historical Records       321-324


Preservation and Use of State and Local Records           325-329


Wider Use of Historical Records                           331-335


Archival Research Centers                                 337-341


The State of Historical Records: A Summary                343-347


The Discipline of History and the Education of the        395-402
Archivist
Collecting the Records of Industrial Society in Great     403-411
Britain: Progress and Promise
North American Business Archives                          413-419


A Regional Approach to Conservation: The New              421-427
England Document Conservation Center
Oral History: An Appreciation                             429-439


The Prologue Is Past                                      5-16


Archival Revolution or Evolution: The 8th International   17-21
Congress on Archives
N.C.V.B.C.West, Jr                                        21-24


The Use of Fuigants in Archives Repositories              25-36


The Relevance of the Case Method to Archivial             37-44
Education and Training
The Prologue Is Past                                      5-15


Archival Revolution of Evolution: The 8th International   17-20
Congress on Archives
N.C.v.B.C. West, Jr                                       21-24


The Use of Fumigants in Archival Repositories             25-36


The Relevance of the Case Method to Archival              37-44
Education and Training
Archival Captive- The Amercian Indian                     135-142
Amercian Indian Cultural Resources Training Programe    143-146
at the Simithsonian Institution
Education Programes: Outureach as an Adminstrative      147-154
Function
Archival Outreach: SAA's 1976 Survey                    155-162


History Resource Units from the Minnesota Historical    163-168
Society
Arrangement and Description: Some Historical            169-182
Observations
Archival Captive━The Americal Indian                    135-142


American Indian Cultural Resources Training Program     143-146
at the Smithsonian Institution
Education Programs: Outreach as an Administrative       147-153
Function
Archival Outreach: SAA's 1976 Survey                    155-162


History Resource Units from the Minnesota Historical    163-168
Society
Arrangement and Description: Some Historical            169-181
Observations
Managing Congressional Papers: A Repository View        257-280


Random Sampling Techniques: A Method of Reduing         281-290
Large,
Homofeneous Series in Congressional Papers
Managing Congressional Papers: A View of the            291-296
Benefits
Why Exhibit? The Risks Versus the Benefits              297-306


Writings on Archives, Historical Manuscripts, and       307-328
Current Records: 1976
Managing Congressional Papers: A Repository View        275-280


Random Sampling Techniques: A Method of Reducing        281-289
Large, Homogeneous Series in Congressional Papers
Managing Congressional Papers: A View of the Senate     291-296


Why Exhibit? The Risks Versus the Benefits              297-306


Photographs as Historical Evidence: Early Texas Oil     373-398


The Challenge of Preservation in a Pluralistic Socity   399-404


Government Historical Offices and Public Records        405-412
Accessioning Public Records                              413-422


Appraising Machine-Readable Improvements                 423-430


The Archives of Violence                                 431-444


Photographs as Historical Evidence: Early Texas Oil      373-398


The Challenge of Preservation in a Pluralistic Society   399-404


Government Historical Offices and Public Records         405-412


Aeecssioning Public Records: Anglo-American              413-421
Practices and Possible Improvements
Appraising Machine-Readable Records                      423-430


The Archives of Violence                                 431-443


Focus                                                    9-12


Fakes and Facsimiles: Problems of Indentification        13-60


The Gift and the Deed                                    61-66


Fakes and Facsimiles: Problems of Identification         13-58


The Gift and the Deed                                    61-66


Archival Uses of Comptures in the United States and      152-157
Canada
Social Science Data Archives                             158-166


Practial Realities of Computer-based Finding Aids: The   167-178
NARS A-1 Experience
Automates Acess to Archival Inormation: Assessing        179-190
Systems
Archival Uses of Computers in the United States and      152-157
Canada
Social Science Date Archives                             158-166


Practical Realities of Computer-based Finding Aids:   167-178
The NARS A-1 Experience
Automated Acess to Archival Information: Acessing     179-190
Systems
The Plight of American Municipal Archives: Baltimore, 281-292
1729-1979
Records Surveys: A Multi-Purpose Tool for the           293-294
Archivist Introduction
Statewide Surveys: Some Lessons Learnde                 295-300


Multiple Uses of a Survey: Traning, Guides, Records     301-306
Management, and Beyond
Designing Projects for Maximum Impact: Saving the       307-311
Early Court Records in Massachusetts
A New Perspcetive on the Appraisal of Business          312-320
Records : A Review
Writing on Archives, Historical Manuscripts, and        321-344
Current Records: 1977
Documentary Art and the Role of the Archivist           417-428


Launching the John F. Kennedy Library                   429-442


Prospects for Integrating Historical and Information    443-455
Studies in Archival Education
Archivists and Librarians : A Common Mission, a         456-462
Common Education
The Deaf and Archival Research: Some Problems and       463-464
Solutions,
The Donor as Archivist ,                                465-466


Sources of Funds to Meet NHPRG Matching Grants,         466-468


Documentary Art and the Role of the Archivist           417-428


Launching the John F. Kennedy Library                   429-442


Prospects for Integrating Historical and Information    443-455
Studies in Archival Education
Archivists and Librarians: A Common Mission, a          456-462
Common Education
Seven Sinful Thoughts                                   13-16


The Historical Records Program: The States and the      17-.32
Nation
NHPRG's Records Program and the Development of          33-42
Statewide Archival Planning
A Historiographical Perspective in Historical Editing   43-56


Collecting Policies of Special- Subject Repositories    57-63


Intellectual Access to Archives: I. Provenance and      64-76
Content Indexing Methods of Subject Retrieval
Acess to Departmental Records, Cabinet Documents,       151-160
and Ministerical Papers in Canada
After Five Years: An Assessment of the Amended U.S.     161-168
Freedom of Information Act
Public Welfare Case Records : A Study of Archival       169-179
Practices
Sources for the " New Women's History"                  180-190


Intellectual Access to Archives: Ⅱ.Report of an     191-208
Experiment Comparing Provenance and Content
Catholic Methods of Subject Renaissance in Progress 284-293
Indexing Dicesan Archives: A Retrieval

The Evolution of Handwriting in the English- Speaking   294-311
Colonies of America
The Ingenious Pen: American Writing Implements from     312-324
the Eighteenth Century to the Twentieth
The Provenenance and Preservation of Architetural       325-340
Records
Writing on Archives, Historical Manuscripts, and        341-366
Current Records: 1978
Academic Archives: Uberlieferungsbildung                449-460


Conversation with Archur M.Schlesinger, jr.: The Use of 461-472
Oral History
The Pink Elephant Revisited                             473-484


Academic Archivists and the SAA, 1938-1979: From        428-439
Arcana Siwash to the C&U PAG
The Change Masters: Organizational Development in a     440-455
State Archives
"My Very Act and Deed": Some Reflections on the Role    456-469
of Textual Records in the Conduct do Affairs
State Archives and Metropolitan Records: The Case of    470-474
Chicago
The Albany Answer: Pragmatic and Tactical               475-480
Considerations in Local Records Legislative Efforts
Archival Affairs in the USSR                            481-485


The Soviet Union's Archival Research Center:            486-500
Observations of an American Visitor
Moscw State Historico-Archival Institue and Archival    501-510
Education in the USSR
Academic Archives: Uberlieferungsbildung                449-460


Conversation with Arthur M. Schlesnger, Jr: The Use of 461-472
Oral History
The Pink Elephant Revisited                                  473-484


Our Future is Now                                            12-21


In a Slightly Different Voice, of Perspectives               22-25


Planning for the Archival Profession                         26-30


What Is Backlog Is Prologue: A Measurement of             31-44
Archival Processing
Microfilming Activities of the Historical Records SurveY, 45-55
1935-42
Appraisal Guidelines for Reprint Collections              56-63


Preface                                                      119-120


Exploring the Black Box: The Appraisal of University 121-140
Admimistrative Records
Internal Communication Systems in American Business 141-158
Structures: A Framework to Aid Appraisal
Appraising the Papers of State Legislators           159-172


In the Valley of Decision: What To Do about the              173-189
Multitude of Files of Quasi Cases
Annotated Bibliography on Appraisal                          190-216


Carter G. Woodson and the Collection of Source               261-271
Materials for Afro-American History
Documenting a Mexican American Community: The                272-285
Houston Example
A World of Repositories, a World of Records:                 286-295
Redefining the Scope of a National Subject Collection
Managing Change and Chance: Collecting Policies in           296-303
Social History Archives
Frafments or Components: Theme Collection in a Local         304-314
Setting
Communication and Events in History: Toward a Theory         357-368
for Documenting the Past
The Burke-Cappon Debate: Some Further Criticisms             369-376
and Considerations for Archival Theory
Walter Rundell, Jr.: The Archival Interests of a Historian   377-387


The New Social History: Implications for Archivists          388-399


Processing for Access                                        400-415
With Feathers                                             5-8


Interpretation and Application of the AMD Format          9-20


The MARC Formats: An Overview                             21-30


The Use of Standards in the Application of the AMC        31-40
Format
Clis in the Courthouse: North Carolina's Local Records    41-51
Program at Age Twenty-Five
Appraisal and the FBI Files Case: For Whom Do             52-63
Archivists Retain Records?
Who Controls the Past                                     109-124


The National Archives and the Archival Theorist           125-133
Revisited, 1954-1984
The NHPRC: Its Influence on Documentary Editing,          134-141
1964-1984
The Origins of Restrictions on Access to Personal         142-162
Papers at the Library of Congress and the National
Archives
State Archives and Issues of Personal Privacy: Policies   163-175
and Practices
Professionalism and Archivists in the United States       229-247


Authority Control: An Alternative to the Record Group     249-261
Concept
The Appraisal of Personally Identifiable Student          263-275
Records
Writings on Archives, Historical Manuscripts, and         277-303
Current Records: 1983
The Administration of Access to Confidential Records      349-369
in State Archives: Common Practices and the Need for
a Model Law
Use, Appraisal, and Research: A Case Study of Social      371-392
History
Facts and Frameworks: An Approach to Studying the         393-407
Users of Archives
Copyright of Architectural Records: A Legal Perspective   409-423


Writings on Archives, Historical Manuscripts, and         425-454
Current Records: 1984
On the Idea of Permanence                                 10-25


Archives and Manuscript Control with Bibliographic       26-39
Utilities: Opportunities and Challenges
Question Negotiation in the Archival Setting: The Use of 40-50
Interpersonal Communication Techniques in the
Reference Interview
The Ethics of Access                                      52-62


The Development of Ethics in Archival Practice            64-71


Archivists, You Are What People Think You Keep            72-78


MicroMARC:amc: A Case Study in the Development of         80-86
an Automated System
The Amsterdam Municipal Archives as a Source for the      88-93
History of the Unitek States of America
Exquisite Art and Precious Archives: China's Records in   94-98
Bronze
Access to Archives and Privacy: The Twenty-third          99-101
Internation Archival Round Table Conference
Proceedings Common Ground
Searching for                                             144-151


Federal Land Records in State Repositories: The           152-164
Experience in the Old Northwest
Bibles, Benevolence, and Bureaucracy: The Changing        166-178
Nature of Nineteenth Century Religious Records
Will Access Restrictions Hold Up in Court? The FBI's      180-190
Attempt to Use the Braden Papers at the State
Historical Society of Wisconsin Study: Western New
A Documentations Strategy Case                            192-200
York
Institutionalizing an Archives: Developing Historical     202-207
Records Programs in Organizations
The Recently Opened United Nations War Crimes             208-213
Archives: A Researcher's Comment
Glasnost' in Archives? Recent Developments on the         214-236
Soviet Archival
Eleventh Congress of the International Council on         238-244
Archives: An Americal Perspective
Address by Momsieur Francois Mitterand to the             245-248
Eleventh Congress on Archives
Archival Description Standards: Concepts, Principles,     504-513
and Methodologies
Archival Description Standards: A Framework for Action    514-519


Archival Description Standards: Scope and Criteria        520-526


Standards for Archival Information Management             24-28
Systems
The Role of Standards in the Archival Management of       30-43
Electronic Records
The "Other" USMARC Formats: Authorities and               44-51
Holdings. Do We Care to be Partners in this Dance,
too?
Archival Applicability of External Guidelines for Data   52-54
Structures
From Avchival Gothic to MARC Modern: Building            56-66
Common Data Structures
Doing it by the Numbers: Standards Statistics for        68-75
Describing Archives
Reconciling Sibling Rivalry in the AACR2 "Family": The   76-93
Potential for Agreement on Rules for Archival
Description of All Types of Materials
External Technical Standards for Contents and Data       94-98
Values: Prospects for Adoption by the Archival
Community
Subject Access to Archival and Manuscript Material       100-105


Dancing the Continental: Descriptive Standards in        106-108
Canada
Archival Theory: Myth or Banality                        110-120


The Other Side of the Humman Experience: Providing       122-129
Access to Social Service Case Study Files
The British Move Toward Standards of Archival            130-138
Description: The MAD Standard
The Role of Technical Service in the Direction des       140-146
Archives in the Construction of Archival Buildings in
France
The Archivist as Historical Researcher: Research and     148-156
Archivistics at the Danish State Archives
Current Trends in Preservation Research Development      192-202


Archival Preservation Practice in a Nationwide Context   204-222


Preservation Microfilming for Archives and Manuscripts 224-234

Preservation Planning for Archives: Development and     236-243
Field Testing of the NAGARA GRASP
Educational Options for Preservation Administrators: An 244-248
Afterword on the Preservation Management Institute
Selection for Microfilming                              250-255


Planning an Effective Holdings Maintenance Program       256-264


Archival Preservation: The Teaming of the Crew           266-273


Whispers in the Stacks: The Problem of Sound             274-280
Recordings in Archives
The Preservation of Books and Manuscripts in             282-297
Cambodia
Fire Recovery at the Library of the Academy of           298-312
Sciences of the USSR
Conservation Program Planning at the National           314-322
Archives of Canada
Checklist of Standards Applicable to the Preservation   324-338
of Archives and Manuscript
To Remember and Forget: Archives, Memory, and           378-392
Culture
"Imponderable Matters:" The Influence of New Trends     394-405
in History on Appraisal at the National Archives
Documenting Nineteenth-Century Quartz Mining in         406-418
Northern California
Moving An Archives                                      420-431


Chicago Dance Collection: A Case in Pointe              432-440


The Boston Case of Charles Merrill Mount: The           442-450
Archivist's Arch Enemy
Appraisal: The Process of Choice                        452-458   평가분류


Curriculum Development in Archival Education: A         460-466   기록관리학(교육)
Proposal
Glasnost' in Archives? Commentary by Soviet             468-475
Historians and Archivists
National Archival Systems and Structures in the         476-482
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
The Solution of the Space Requirements of State         484-487
Archives in Slovakia
Managing the Records of Higher Education: The State     532-547
of Records Management in American Colleges and
Universities in Archives Program Development
Case Studies                                            548-560


Plowing the Sea: Appraising Public Records in an        562-565
Historical Culture
Oral Records in Senegal                                 566-574   구술기록


Reforms in Estonian Archives                            576-581


The Dutch Association of Archivists Marks Its           582-586
Centennial
Archival Redux and Redeemed: Definition and Context     14-26
Toward a General Theory
The View form the Researcher's Desk: Historian's        28-43
Perceptions of Research and Repositories
Collection Policy or Documentation Strategy: Theory     44-52
and Practice
A New Map for Field Work: The Impact of Collections     54-60
Analysis on the Bentley Historical Library
The Oklaboma Historical Records Survey                     62-68


Perestroika in the Archives? Further Efforts at Soviet     70-95
Archival Reform
Evolving Appraisal and Accessioning Policies of Soviet     96-111
Archives
The Provenance of a Profession: The Permanence of          160-175
the Public Archives and Historical Manuscripts Tradition
in American Archival Special-Project Staffing at the
Using Volunteers for History                               176-183
National Air and Space Museum Archives
The American Medical Association's Historical Health       184-191
Fraud and Alternative Medicine Collection: An
Integrated Approach to Automated Collection
An Archival Bestiary                                       192-205


Differences and Similarities in Chiness and American       206-215
Approaches to Archives
The Archives Law of the People's Republic of China: A      216-219
Summary and Commentary
The National Archives of the Islamic Republic of           220-226
Pakistan
Understanding Electonic Incunabala: A Framework for        334-355   전자기록
Research on Electronic Records
Drifting Disciplines, Enduring Records: Political and      356-369
the Use of Archives
Oliver W. Holmes Revisited: Five Levels of Arrangment      370-377
and Description in the Practice
Play it Again, Sam: Historical Slide Presentations in      378-389
Archivist's Public Programming
It Happens Only Once Every Hunder Years: Making the        390-397
Most of the Centennial Opportunity
The Identity of the American Archival Profession: A        398-403
European Perspective
Confronting Man and Nature: The National Archives of       404-411
EL Salvador
Czech Archives at the Crossroads: Breaking with the        412-420
Past
The Incunabula of Archival Theory and Practice in the      466-483
United States: J.C. Fitzpatrick's Notes on the Care,
Cataloguing, Calendaring and Arranging of
Possible Education for Archivists: Intergrating            484-493
Graduate Archival Education with Public History
Education Programs A National Agenda
Acess to Oral History:                                     494-501


Archives Preservation Resourcce Review                     502-545


Archives in Japan: The State of the Art                    546-555
Scholariy Communication and Information                  236-315
Technology: Exploring the Impact of Changes in the
Research Process on Archives for Public Computer
Enhancing Archival Description                           316-331
Conferences of Historical Value: An Exploratory Study
Archival Theory and the Preservation of Electionic       332-343   전자기록
Media: Opportunities and Standards Below the Cutting
Edge Indexing in Context
Subject                                                  344-355


International Archival Adventures: A Reminiscence        356-369


Charting the Unkown: The Continuing Need for             410-413
Research Avout Archival Work, Institutions, and the
Profession Riting, and 'rithmetic: Speculations on
Reading, "                                               414-419
Change in Research Processes
Qualifications Desired by Emplolyers for Entry-Level     420-439
Archivists in the United States
Learning by Doing: Undergraduates as Empioyees in        440-453
Archives
Getting the Lead Out: The Appraisal of Silver-Lead       454-463
Mining Records at the University og Idaho
Keepers, Users, and Funders: Building an Awareness       464-473
of Archival Value
The History of European Archives and the Development     14-25
of the European Archival Profession
The Evolution of Basic Appraisal Principles: Some        26-39     평가분류
Comparative Observations
The European Community and Its Archives                  40-45


What To Be or Not To Be? Evolving Identities for State   46-57
and Grassroots Archives in Denmarck
The Future of European Archival Education                58-65


The Vision of a Eurpean Archives Institute               66-71


Democracy and Federalism: Change in the National         72-85
Archival System in a United Germany
The Effects of Democratization on Archival               86-93
Administration and Use in Eastern Middle Europe
Beyond Perestroika: Soviet-Area Archives After the       94-124
August Coup
The Russian State University for the Humanities: A New   126-131
Home for Archival Scholarship in Russia
Displaced European Archives: Is It Time for a Post-War   132-140
Settlement?
The Archival Legacy of Spanish Louisiana's Colonial      142-155
Records
Changing Technologies in European Archives                 156-166


Diplomatics, Weberian Bureaucracy, and the                 168-181
Management of Electronic Records in Europe and
Americafor Bridging the Gap: The Significance of the
A Case                                                     182-191
Vatican Archives Project of International Archival
Information Exchange Its Limits: The Vatican Archives
Pushing MARC AMC to                                        192-201
Project
Letting Sleeping Dogmas Lie                                530-537


The American Archivist, 1971 to 1990: A Demographic        538-561
Analysis of the Articles
The Ohio Historical Society and Establishment of the       562-577
State's Archives: A Tale of Angst and Apathy
State Government and Statewide Archival Affairs: New       578-599
York as a Case Study
Adventures with MicroMARC: A Report on Idaho's             600-606
Centennial Database
Transcendent Concepts: Power, Appraisal, and the           608-620
Archivist as "Social Outcast"
Hospital Documentation Planning: The Concept and the       16-34
Context
Linking Institutional Missions to University and College   36-52     대학기록
Archives Programs: The Land-Grant Model
Of Archivists and Other Termites                           54-61


Researching Literary Manuscripts: A Scholar's        62-69
Perspective
Making Sure They Want It: Managing Successful Public 70-75
Programs
Collective Management in Dutch Regional Archives     76-83           지역기록


The Symbolic Significance of Archives                      234-255


Documenting Reconquest and Reform: The Growth of           256-318
Archives in the Medieval Crown of Aragon
On Deposit: A Handshake and a Lawsuit                      320-328


Does AMC Mean "Archives Made Confusing"? Patron            330-341
Understanding of USMARC AMC Catalog Records
SAA Is Us: Promoting Participation in the Work of the      342-347
Society
"Wonderful Things": History, Business, and Archives        348-356
Look to the Future
Education and Training of Archivists at the East African   358-365
School of Librarianship in the 1990s and Beyond
A Decade of Development: Educational Programs for         410-423
Automated Records and Techniques Within the Society
of American Archivists
Teaching Archivists About Electronic Records and          424-433
Automated Techniques: A Needs Assessment
Teaching Archivists About Information Technology          434-443
Concepts: A Needs Assessment
The Roles of Graduate and Continuing Education            444-457
Programs in Preparing Archivists in North America for
the Information Age About Information Technology
Educating Archivists                                      458-466


Final Report: Automated Records and Techniques            468-505
Curriculum Development Project
Shaping the Future: SAA Leadership in a Changing          576-584
World
Nixon's Legal Legacy: White House Papers and the          586-613
Constitution
Russian Archives in Transition: Caught Between            614-662
Political Crossfire and Economic Crisis
Preventing Patron Theft in the Archives: Legal            664-672
Perspectives and Problems
The Implications of Armstrong v. Executive Office of      674-689
the President for the Archival Management of Electronic
Recordsthe Dead Sea Scrolls: A Question of Access
Freeing                                                   690-703


The Archival Setting and People with Disabilities: A      704-713
Legal Analysis
Introduction                                              716-717


Is the Past Still Prologue?: History and Archival         718-729
Education
Toward Better Documenting and Interpreting of the         730-749
Past: What History Graduate Programs in the Twenty-
first Century Should Teach About Archival Practices
Introduction                                              18-19


Archives and the New Information Architecture of the      20-34
Late 1990s
Commentary                                                36-40


Commentary                                                42-43


Introduction                                              46-47


Organizational Trends and Electronic Media: Work in       48-68     전자기록
Progress
Commentary                                                70-74
Commentary                                              76-81


Introduction                                            82-85


Decolonizing the Body: Kinship and the Nation           86-99


Commentary                                              100-104


Commentary                                              106-109


Introduction                                            110-113


Invention, the Mother of Necessity: Archival Research in 114-125
2020
Commentary                                               126-131


Commentary                                              132-137


Some Concluding Thoughts                                138-143


The Contribution of Archivaria to the Development of    270-277
the Canadian Archival Profession
An Analysis of Archival Research, 1970-92, and the      278-288
Role and Function of the American Archivist
Primary Sources and Original Works: A DocuSerial        290-298
Concerning Archives, Documentation, and Scholarship
Provenance: Regional Journal as Training Ground         300-302    지역기록


Archival Issues: Past, Present, and Future              304-308    기록의 이슈


The Epic Struggle: Subject Retrieval from Large         310-326
Bibliogrphic Databases
The Concept of Appraisal and Archival Theory            328-344    평가분류


On the Nature of Records Management Theory              346-351


Clemson University Thurmond Speeches Series             352-363
Indexing Project
Automating the Archives: A Case Study                   364-373


Toward the Documentation of Conservative Judaism        374-379


Free Trade in Archival Ideas: The Canadian Perspective 380-399
on North American Archival Development
Archival Training in Germany: A Balancd Between          400-408
Specialization in Historical Research and Administrative
Needs
Science at Harvard University, 1846-47: A Case Study       448-460
of the Character and Functions of Written Documents
Editing Diplomatic Documents: A Review of Official         462-481
U.S. and German Diplomatic Series
Viewing the Field: A Literature Review and Survey of the   482-497
Use of U.S. MARCAMC in U.S. Academic Archives
Preservation Microfilming: The Challenges of Saving a      498-513
Collection at Risk
Prostitutes in the Archives: Problems and Possibilities    514-527
in Documenting the History of Sexuality
Appraisal or Documentation: Can We Appraise Archives       528-542
by Selecting Content?
The Development of Professional Education for              544-558
Librarians and Archivists in the United States: A
Comparative Essay
Understanding Administrative Use and in University         596-615   대학기록
Archives
Recordkepping Practices of Nurces in Hosptials             616-630


On the Idea of Uniqueness                                  632-659


Digitizing History                                         660-673   전자기록


Mass Deacidification: Universal Cure or Limited            674-679
Solution?
Towars a Culture of Transparency: Public Rights of         680-693   열람
Acess to Official Records in South Africa
Beneficial Schocks: The Place of Processing- Cost          32-53
Anlysis in Archival Administration
Legal Adminissibility of Elestronic Records as             54-65
Evidence and Implications for Records Management
Integrating Archival Management and the ARCHIVES           66-73
Listerv in the Classroom: A Case Study
Revolution in Records : A Strategy for Information         74-83
Resources Management and Records Management
The Role of Univerisity Archives in the Campus             124-141   대학기록
Information Environment
Managing Information in an Office Systems                  142-153
Environment: The IMOSA Projest
Group Work, " Groupware". And the Transformation of        154-169
Information Resource Management
Disc Players, the Records Manager/ Archivist, and the      170-181
Development of Optical Imaging Applications
Punch Card Records: Precurosors of Electronic              182-201
Records
The Freedom of Information Act in the Information          202-211   정보공개
Ages: The Electronic Challenge th the People's Right
to Know
Archival Strategies                                   380-413


Commentary: Reflcetions on Archival Strategies        414-429


Commentary: Empowering Archival Effectivess:          430-453
Archival Strategies as Innovation
Commentary: The Archival Image                        454-457


Lesers and the Fate of Phonographic Recordings        458-463


From Managerial Theory and Worksheets to Practical    464-475
MARC AMD: Or, Dancing wuth the Dinosaur at the
Amistad About Archival Preservation in the '90s and
Thinking                                              476-492
Beyond: Some Recent Publictions and Their
Implictions for Archivists

				
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