The National Archives is on the West Coast, too! The National Archives at San Francisco (located in San Bruno, California) contains over 55,000 cubic feet of Federal records from the 1850s through the 1980s. The records come from northern and central California, Nevada (except Clark County), Hawaii, Guam, American Samoa, and the Trust Territory of [...]
Posted by Nikita on October 23, 2012, under National Archives Near You.
Tags: Agriculture, Alcatraz, atomic energy, Chinese Exclusion, citizenship, engineering, immigration, NAtional Archives at San Francisco, natural resources, Pearl Harbor, public health, Robert Stroud, San Bruno, science, technology, wildlife, Wong Kim Ark, World War II
Al Capone—the quintessential American gangster—headed the nation’s most notorious organized crime syndicate for more than a decade during Prohibition. Through smuggling, bootlegging, and a variety of other criminal operations, his “Chicago Outfit” was able to dominate America’s illegal liquor trade throughout the 1920s. But did you know that Al Capone was never convicted of violating [...]
Posted by Gregory Marose on July 26, 2011, under Myth or History, Unusual documents.
Tags: Al Capone, Alcatraz, IRS, National Archives at Chicago, National Prohibition Act, Prohibition, tax evasion