Records of the Inter-Group Relations Branch of the Federal Public Housing Administration. Collection includes directives and memoranda related to the PHA's policies and procedures. Contains correspondence about civil rights, racial policy, records regarding labor-based state activity, court cases involving housing decisions, racially restrictive covenants, and more.
united states history
Includes county and regional histories, geographical works, atlases and maps. There are 158 titles in the set, and all titles are individually cataloged in the Center's catalog.
The Center holds only part 1: Reports of the director; annual summaries, major conferences, speeches and articles.
The Children's Bureau was established as a federal agency to improve the health and welfare of children. The pamphlets and reports from the National Archives included in this set reflect the evolving concerns of the Bureau in view of the prevailing conditions in the six decades covered.
Microcard set based on selections from the bibliography by Thomas D. Clark. The full set of 1,174 volumes includes writings from 1527-1860. All the titles are individually cataloged and appear in the Center's catalog.
Microcard set based on selections from the bibliography by Ellis Merton Coulter. The full set of 485 volumes includes writings of soldiers, journalists, and visitors. All the titles are individually cataloged and appear in the Center's catalog.
These papers cover Teigan's tenure as secretary of the National Nonpartisan League. A reel guide appears on reel 1.
Collection of about 26,000 letters to and from Sumner, collected from over 200 repositories in the U.S., Great Britain, Canada and France.