Finding aid to the administrative history collection, 1931-1984

by Jefferson National Expansion Memorial (Saint Louis, Mo.). Archives.

Publisher: Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, National Park Service in St. Louis, Mo

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Edition Notes

Other titlesAdministrative history collection, 1931-1984, Finding aid to the JNEM administrative history project records, ca. 1931-1984, Administrative history collection
Statementby Jennifer L. Rawlings.
GenreArchives, Catalogs
ContributionsRawlings, Jennifer L.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsCD3035 .J44 2001
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 7 leaves ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24114084M
LC Control Number2007467189

Selections from the collection have been scanned and are listed in the Box and Folder List of the of the finding aid. Collection Historical Note Charles Craver, a professional illustrator whose career has spanned 54 years, graduated from the Washington University School of Fine Arts in The Cocktail Ephemera Collection is a collection that was created in The collection consists of materials in a variety of formats (i.e., postcards, pamphlets, and adverstising ephemera) relating to the history of the cocktails, spirits, and wine, dating from the about the s to the present. Finding aid was created by Harry Rice in The finding aid was updated in January by Lori Myers-Steele, Collections Archivist, to reflect the addition of Series IX: Audio-Visual Materials. Other Note: BCA SAA The original description of the collection was produced by Kevles and published in the Guide to the Microfilm Edition of the George Ellery Hale Papers in This description was revised by Charlotte E. Erwin in February and again by Peter Sachs Collopy in June to produce the present finding aid.

The collection of Ferdinand Latrobe contains papers, letters, documents, diaries, and account books. The earliest document is an essay written by Latrobe in . All tomb numbers in the finding aid and folder titles employ the two digit system. Photo numbering: A compilation of excavation views was undertaken in and and numbered sequentially. In revised numbering was used for the same set of photos. The collection contains two handwritten recipe books from the Thomas Family of Baltimore, Maryland. These cookbooks highlight Maryland specialities (oysters, clams, crabs, and terrapins), as well as preserves, cakes, puddings, and other dishes. The majority of the recipes range from the s to the s, but at least one dates back to Rare Books and Manuscripts North Senate Avenue Indianapolis, Indiana, Indiana League of High School Girls' Athletic Associations collection L This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit Describing Archives: A Content Standard.

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Finding aid to the administrative history collection, 1931-1984 by Jefferson National Expansion Memorial (Saint Louis, Mo.). Archives. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Office records of the Agricultural and Rural History Section, including correspondence, research and administrative files; records relating to organization, training, personnel and planning within the Economic Research Service and its predecessor, the Bureau of Agricultural Economics; materials on the history of personnel administration in the USDA, ca.

; and a collection of biographical. It is divided into nine chapters, each describing a major phase in the park's history. The book concludes with a discussion of the park's Bicentennial celebrations ina period in which many special projects at the park originated, including the administrative history project.

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Don’t hesitate to ask our staff if additional. Girl Zines form Finding aid to the administrative history collection of this collection and consist of 9 linear feet (18 boxes) of small, self-published magazines created primarily by young women and girls and share a strong feminist perspective.

There is a separate finding aid for the Girl Zines. Repository: Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections Access Restrictions: Open for inspection under the rules and regulations of the Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections.

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The collection consists of photocopies of documents in the Russian State Military Archive (Rossiskii Gosudarstvennyi Voennyi Arkhiv) in Moscow. The documents relate to German-Soviet military and economic relations between andand the use of. The collection also contains information on Orde's tenure as governor of Dominica and his suppression of mutinies at Plymouth and on board the Princess Royal.

In addition to Lord St. Vincent and Horatio Nelson, correspondents include Baron Gambier, Sir John Duckworth, Sir Evan Nepean, Viscount Melville, and other contemporary naval and political figures. A tool that facilitates discovery of information within a collection of records.

A description of records that gives the repository physical and intellectual control over the materials and that assists users to gain access to and understand the materials. Finding aid 1 includes a wide range of formats, including card indexes, calendars, guides.

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Revised File Size: 1MB. This guide deals with collection‐level inventories. This type of finding aid is the most common in modern special collections libraries.

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Finding aid encoded in EAD, version by Tara Maharjan, August The Doukhobor Collection / Finding Aid 4 Processing The collection has been considered and arranged in several stages during its time in Special Collections and Rare Books. Appendix 3 and The Doukhobor Collection website describe the processing of the collection to date.

Karl L. Trever, Administrative History in Federal Archives, in the American Archivist, (July ). [REF CD A5.

volume 4] A great deal of information on the administrative history of Federal agencies is embodied in finding aids produced by. Aug Added this Revision History page. Updated the title page, Table of Contents and pp. of this finding aid.

Added the WWII muster rolls for 1st Infantry Regiment, 2nd Battalion, Topeka Company (), which had been received as accession When this collection was first processed, a Yiddish finding aid was drawn up and folder numbers assigned.

When it was reprocessed for microfilm innew numbers were assigned and the current English folder descriptions were created. A concordance between the old and new folder numbers is available in the collection's authority file.

Preferred Citation: Elizabeth Palmer correspondence with Joseph Pearse Palmer, MS Ch. M, pt Rare Books and Manuscripts Department. Courtesy of the Trustees of the Boston Public Library/Rare Books.

Processing Information: Finding aid written by Rare Books and Manuscripts staff. Finding Aid Revision History: Updated by Kimberly Reynolds, The commercially published cookbooks and the community cookbooks are cataloged in the library s online catalog and are shelved in the Pamela C.

Allison Cookbook Collection shelves in the Special Collections Reading Room. The catalog listing is available at this link. The "Baltimore News American" was a major daily newspaper printed under various titles and multiple forms for over years. The highlights of the collection are the over one million photographic print and negative images, dating roughly from toalong with the microfilm reels of newspaper content, covering a view of Baltimore and Maryland from to and to Guide to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority: Metro History Project Collection, Status completed Author Special Collections Research Center, The George Washington University Date Description rules dacs Language of description Finding aid written in English.

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