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United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration

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. New York Volunteers, 5th. Company F.
The 5th New York Volunteers was a Civil War regiment of the Union Army raised in the spring of 1861 in response to President Lincoln's calls for volunteers to put down the rebellion in the South. Company F, from the New York City area, was engaged in combat in Virginia at the battles of Gaines Mills and Manassas Junction. Collection contains two volumes. The 'Company descriptive book' (Apr. 1861-Sept. 1862) contains each volunteer's name, physical description, place of birth, and occupation, and lists of officers, registers of transfers and discharges, and registers of deaths and desertions. The second volume, 'Company morning reports' (May 1861-Apr. 1863), includes a monthly account of the number of men present and absent, as well as a remarks section for each month.
United States. Army. Quartermaster’s Dept.
Inventories, requisitions, invoices, and other documents from the US Quartermaster's Dept. These records were written during the Civil War and primarily consist of materials requested or released by US Army Quartermaster Perley P. Pitkin.
United States. Board of Economic Warfare

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 Department of the Treasury collection, 1875-1961 1 cubic foot (1 box and 5 loose bound volumes)

United States. Dept. of the Treasury
Contains collected materials that relate to The United States Department of the Treasury, including items pertaining to Joseph R. Carpenter and 50 cent fractional currency, which he designed and printed. Also includes runs of Treasury Department circulars “Values of Foreign Moneys” and “Coinage Executed at the Mints.”