The reports and correspondence relating to UNRRA were arranged according to the nine administrative divisions of that organization that generated the documents: Bureau of Administration (26 reels); Office of the Diplomatic Adviser (4 reels); Office of the Director General (20 reels); Office of the Economic Adviser (4 reels); Office of Far Eastern Affairs (9 reels); Office of the General Counsel (19 reels); Office of the Historian (16 reels); Office of Public Information (1 reel); and Secretariat Executive Office (3 reels). Within each division, subsidiary bodies are typically separated into subject and country files.
United States Army Quartermaster Records, 1862-1864 104 items (SC)
United States Board of Economic Warfare records, 1941-1944 8.34 linear feet
Correspondence, manuscripts, reports, documents, and printed materials relating to the Board of Economic Warfare. The correspondence, mostly carbon copies, is to and from Milo Perkins, Morris S. Rosenthal, Henry A. Wallace, and other personnel of the Board. The reports of field agents and instructions to purchasing agents provides illuminating insight into the activities of the Board. The correspondence is mainly with members of the Office of Imports, while the reports and documents are from all branches of the Board.
United States Brookhaven National Laboratory papers, 1946-1951 1.39 Cubic feet
Consists chiefly of processed material received by the University of Rochester, as one of the members of the Associated Universities, Inc., the sponsors of the Brookhaven National Laboratory.
United States Capitol architectural drawings, 1853-1861 3 photographs
United States Department of the Treasury collection, 1875-1961 1 cubic foot (1 box and 5 loose bound volumes)
Mimeographed daily broadcast content reports of the U.S. Information Agency, Broadcast Service, Munich Radio Center, the "Voice of America." The reports are from the end of November 1954 through May 1956.