9.17 Cubic Feet and 7 standard record storage boxes
Scope and Content:
Types of records include: correspondence, memos, reports, diaries, and interviews.
The files were received by the Rockefeller Archive Center, from Mary M. Kritz, in 2000 and were officially ingeted as Accession 2000:039.
Minimal archival processing of the Kritz papers was conducted by the Rockefeller Archive Center to establish intellectual and physical control of the material and assess its immediate preservation and conservation needs. The collection remains in storage boxes and in original folders. Further archival processing, primarily to facilitate the long-term preservation of the records will be conducted at a later date, as necessary.
The finding aid was prepared by Diane April, May 2012; with front matter notes contributed by Robert Battaly, RAC Head of Processing.
Rules or conventions:
Describing Archives: A Content Standard
Open for research. Brittle or damaged items are available at the discretion of RAC. Researchers interested in accessing digital media (floppy disks, CDs, DVDs, etc.) or audiovisual material (audio cassettes, VHS, etc.) in this collection must use an access surrogate. The original items may not be accessed because of preservation concerns. To request an access surrogate be made, or if you are unsure if there is an access surrogate, please contact an archivist.
TERMS OF ACCESS:
Rockefeller Archive Center holds title, copyright and literary rights in the collection, in so far as it holds them, and has authority to grant permission to cite and publish archival material from the collection.