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Archive for 'The Process'
The Know Your Records series aims to inform our readers of the types of records in our holdings, the information found in those record types, and the process by which researchers can request/get access to these records. Know Your Records: U.S. Navy Muster Rolls/Personnel Diaries U.S. Navy muster rolls and personnel diaries are among the […]
Posted by Onaona on December 2, 2013, under Archives II, Know Your Records, Military Records, Policy and Procedures, Reference, The Process.
Today’s post is written by Alan Walker, a processing archivist at Archives II in College Park. Lt. General John L. DeWitt was in charge of the U.S. Army’s Western Defense Command in 1942 and was instrumental in the development of Executive Order 9066, which directed the internment of all Japanese Americans living on the […]
Posted by Guest Blogger on November 22, 2013, under Archives II, History, The Process.
Today’s post is written by Dr. Greg Bradsher. During the past several weeks there has been great international interest in the art works that had been in the possession of Hildebrand Gurlitt before and during World War II, some of which were ultimately recovered at war’s end, stored at the United States Army’s Wiesbaden Central […]
Posted by Guest Blogger on November 18, 2013, under Digital Projects, History, Military Records, News, The Process.
Know Your Records: U.S. Navy Deck Logs U.S. Navy deck logs and muster rolls are among the most popular U.S. Navy records in our holdings. Archivists here at Archives II frequently consult these records to answer researcher requests. Considering their popularity, we thought it might be helpful to dive a little deeper [pun intended!] into […]
Posted by Onaona on November 1, 2013, under Archives II, Know Your Records, Military Records, Reference, The Process.
Today’s post is written by Dr. Greg Bradsher. In reviewing some text that we plan on adding to the International Research Portal for Records Related to Nazi-Era Cultural Property in conjunction with albums containing photographs depicting looted art work, Robin Waldman had a comment after she looked at the following: [Colonel Robert Storey, an American prosecutor at […]
Posted by Guest Blogger on September 26, 2013, under Archives II, History, Military Records, Reference, The Process.