Harold C. Thomas DE-21 - History

Harold C. Thomas DE-21 - History

Harold C. Thomas DE-21

Harold C. Thomas

Harold Chester Thomas was born in Gleo, Okla., 7 May 1907 and enlisted in the Navy 28 January 15127. He was appointed Carpenter 8 February 1933 and served in various ships and at Cavite before being commissioned Chief Carpenter 24 March 1939. Thomas reported to Boise 14 May 1940 and was appointed Lieutenant (junior grade) 1 September 1942. During the Battle of Cape Esperance, 11-12 October 1942, Boise with three other cruisers and destroyers under Rear Admiral Norman Scott, exchanged salvos with enemy cruisers, and was badly hit by gunfire. Lt. (j.g.) Thomas lost his life while valiantly working with damage control parties to keep his ship in the battle, and was awarded the Navy Cross posthumously.

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Harold a. Thomas (DE-21) was launched 18 December 1942 by the Mare Island Navy Yard as Essington (BDE-21) for the British; later designed for Navy use; and commissioned 31 May 1943, Comdr. H. Reich in command.

After three voyages escorting merchantmen from San Francisco to Pearl Harbor, Harold C. Thomas served with ComSubTraPac 2-20 November 1943. Sailing from Pearl Harbor 20 November with a convoy of merchantmen and cargo ships, she reached Abemama, Gilbert Islands, 28 November, a week after Vice Admiral R. A. Spruance began the occupation of those islands. Harold C. Thomas spent the rest of the year in the Gilberts on patrol and escort duty.

After undergoing availability early in 1944, Harold C. Thomas sailed as flagship for Escort Division 10, 29 February. Beaching Entwetok, Marshall Islands, 11 March, she did escort work until 30 March when she became part of a hunter-killer carrier group on antisubmarine patrol east of the Marshalls. Returning to Pearl Harbor 6 May, the destroyer spent the remainder of the year in the vital but unsung work of shepherding merchantmen, cargo ships, and transports through the back staging areas up to their assembly points for invasion froms. This duty took Harold C. Thomas to the Marshall, Admiralty, Palau, and Marianas Islands. She also performed some submarine training work at Pearl Harbor. On 21 November Harold C. Thomas rescued seven men from a PBM which had crashed at sea off Majuro Atoll.

Departing Pearl Harbor 21 January 1945, she reached San Francisco 6 days later and proceeded to San Diego for badly needed repairs. Thomas returned to Pearl Harbor 5 April and spent the rest of the war in submarine training and escort duty. The long Pacific war ended 1 September with the signing of the armistice on board Missouri in Tokyo Bay, and Harold C. Thomas sailed for the States 20 days later, putting into San Pedro 27 September where she decommissioned 26 October 1945. She was sold to the Pacific Bridge Co., San Francisco, 25 November 1946 and scrapped 26 March 1947.

Harold O. Thomas received two battle stars for World War II service.

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USS Harold C. Thomas (DE-21) was an Evarts-class destroyer escort constructed for the United States Navy during World War II. It was promptly sent off into the Pacific Ocean to protect convoys and other ships from Japanese submarines and fighter aircraft. At the end of the war, she returned to the United States with two battle stars.

She was launched on 18 December 1942 by the Mare Island Naval Shipyard, Vallejo, California, as HMS Essington (BDE-21) for the British Royal Navy later designed for U.S. Navy use and commissioned on 31 May 1943, Comdr. H. Reich in command.

DC service depended on thick copper electrical cables. Copper prices were rising at that time, so DC service was limited by not being able to supply customers who lived beyond a few miles of a DC generator. Thomas Edison reacted to the competition and the prospect of losing to AC service by starting a smear campaign against Westinghouse, claiming that AC technology was unsafe to use. In 1887, Edison held a public demonstration in West Orange, New Jersey, supporting his accusations by setting up a 1,000 volt Westinghouse AC generator attaching it to a metal plate and executing a dozen animals by placing the poor creatures on the electrified metal plate. The press had a field day describing the horrific event and the new term "electrocution" was used to describe death by electricity.

On June 4, 1888, the New York Legislature passed a law establishing electrocution as the state's new official method of execution, however, since two potential designs (AC and DC) of the electric chair existed, it was left to a committee to decide which form to choose. Edison actively campaigned for the selection of the Westinghouse chair hoping that consumers would not want the same type of electrical service in their homes that was used for execution.

Later in 1888, the Edison research facility hired inventor Harold Brown. Brown had recently written a letter to the New York Post describing a fatal accident where a young boy died after touching an exposed telegraph wire running on AC current. Brown and his assistant Doctor Fred Peterson began designing an electric chair for Edison, publicly experimenting with DC voltage to show that it left the poor lab animals tortured but not dead, then testing AC voltage to demonstrate how AC killed swiftly.

Doctor Peterson was the head of the government committee selecting the best design for an electric chair, while still on the payroll of the Edison Company. It was not surprising when the committee announced that the electric chair with AC voltage was chosen for the statewide prison system.

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St. Thomas

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St. Thomas, (born, probably Galilee—died 53 ce , Madras, India Western feast day December 21, feast day in Roman and Syrian Catholic churches July 3, in the Greek church October 6), one of the Twelve Apostles. His name in Aramaic (Teʾoma) and Greek (Didymos) means “twin” John 11:16 identifies him as “Thomas, called the Twin.” He is called Judas Thomas (i.e., Judas the Twin) by the Syrians.

Who is St. Thomas?

St. Thomas was one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus and lived in the 1st century CE.

What is St. Thomas famous for?

St. Thomas is famous for having doubted the Resurrection of Jesus and for demanding physical proof of the wounds of Christ’s Crucifixion. The phrase “doubting Thomas” was coined for his lack of faith. When Jesus showed him the wounds, St. Thomas became the first person to explicitly acknowledge the divinity of Jesus.

How did St. Thomas impact the world?

Although little is certain about his life, Christian tradition holds that St. Thomas was the first missionary to India. He is recognized as the founder of the Church of the Syrian Malabar Christians, or Thomas Christians.

Thomas’s character is outlined in The Gospel According to John. His devotion to Jesus is clearly expressed in John 11:5–16: when Jesus planned to return to Judaea, the disciples warned him of the Jews’ animosity (“now seeking to stone you”), to which Thomas soon replied, “Let us also go, that we may die with him.” At the Last Supper (John 14:1–7) Thomas could not comprehend what Jesus meant when he said, “I will come again and will take you to myself, that where I am you may be also. And you know the way where I am going.” Thomas’s question “How can we know the way?” caused Jesus to answer, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life.”

Perhaps the best-known event in his life is the one from which the phrase “doubting Thomas” developed. In John 20:19–29 he was not among those disciples to whom the risen Christ first appeared, and, when they told the incredulous Thomas, he requested physical proof of the Resurrection, fulfilled when Christ reappeared and specifically asked Thomas to touch his wounds. His sudden realization of truth (“My Lord and my God”) made Thomas the first person to explicitly acknowledge Jesus’ divinity.

Thomas’s subsequent history is uncertain. According to the 4th-century Ecclesiastical History of Bishop Eusebius of Caesarea, he evangelized Parthia (modern Khorāsān). Later Christian tradition says Thomas extended his apostolate into India, where he is recognized as the founder of the Church of the Syrian Malabar Christians, or Christians of St. Thomas. In the apocryphal Acts of Thomas, originally composed in Syriac, he allegedly visited the court of the Indo-Parthian king Gondophernes, who put him in charge of building a royal palace (he was reportedly a carpenter) he was imprisoned for spending on charity the money entrusted to him. The work records his martyrdom as having occurred under the king of Mylapore at Madras (now Chennai), where San Thomé Cathedral, his traditional burial place, is located. His relics, however, supposedly were taken to the West and finally enshrined at Ortona, Italy.

In addition to the apocryphal works, other similar writings related or accredited to Thomas are the Gospel of Thomas (among the Coptic gnostic papyri found in 1945 in Upper Egypt), The Book of Thomas the Athlete, and Evangelium Joannis de obitu Mariae (“The Message of John Concerning the Death of Mary”).

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Under the leadership of James Forman, Bob Moses, and Marion Barry, the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee also directed much of the Black voter registration drives in the South. Three of its members died at the hands of the Ku Klux Klan during the Mississippiਏreedom Summer of 1964.

Events such as these heightened divisions between King and SNCC. The latter objected to compromises at the 1964 Democratic National Convention, where the party refused to replace the all-white Mississippi delegation with the integrated Freedom Democrats.

Plattsburg, New York Training Camp, 1917

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Plattsburg, New York Training Camp, 1917

Note: This information has been abstracted from The Plattsburger, Copyright, 1917, Plattsburg, New York. This was a World War I training camp in upstate New York on the banks of Lake Champlain.

Plattsburg, New York was the site of the National Army's Officer Candidate School in 1917. This camp was established in 1911 and held courses for prospective officers intermittently until the entry of the United States in the war in Europe. The Regular U.S. Army at the time was very small, and totally insufficient for the prospects of fighting in Europe. The National Guard augmented the Regular Army, but still the totals were insufficient. The United States Government decided upon a course of conscription of men for a "National Army." These draftees would need officers to train and lead them, thus the reason for the facility at Plattsburg, New York.

The officer candidates listed in the rosters in this presentation were members of the second class of 1917, conducted in August, September, October and November, 1917.

The facility was commanded by Colonel P. A. Wolf. Camp Adjutant was Major J. A. Baer. The Headquarters staff is shown in the following photograph:

Sitting Left to Right: Major Baer, Colonel Wolf and Colonel Williams
Standing Left to Right: Lieut. Fulcher, Lieut. Brown, Capt. Lawes, Capt. Waterman, Lieut. Dyar, Major Long, Lieut. McCatty, Capt. Bull.

The Camp's Organizational Chart is shown in the following graphic:

As can be seen from this chart, the prospective candidates were divided into three Provisional Training (P.T.) Regiments. The first, the 17th P.T. Regiment was composed of men from New England the second the 18th P.T. Regiment was composed of men from New York and the third organization, the Artillery P. T. Regiment was composed of men from the northeastern portion of the United States. The companies were consequtively numbered rather than designated by a letter.

Officers of the 17th Provisional Training Regiment Standing Left to Right: Lieut. C. N. Lowrie, Lieut. B. H. Kellogg, Lieut. L. Nichols, Capt. C. M. Abbott, Capt. P. A. Merriam, Major B. Joy, Capt. J. C. Shaw, Jr., Major Schoonmaker, Major G. B. Stebbins, Major A. B. Collins, Major Ralph Lowell, Capt. F. M. Sawtell, Capt. J. P. Cole, Capt. R. H. George, Capt. R. O. Barton, Capt. M. Stearns, Capt. R. A. D. Ford, Capt. J. F. Rhodes.
Sitting Left to Right: Capt. D. H. Hunter, Major J. McConnell, Capt. J. M. Murphy, 2nd Lieutenant F. S. Long, Major W. Kirby, Capt. G. E. Goodrich, Capt. Maxon F. Lough, Captain R. C.Booth, Capt. A. Kendall, Capt. C. K. Clarke, Lieut. R J. Hammerslag.

Company 1, 17th Provisional Training Regiment

Edmund Q. Abbott, Leonard L. Abott, James F. Ackerman, Lesley B. Allen, John M. Barnard, Henry D. Ballou, Forrest E. Billings, Raymond A. Bond, Bert L. Breed, James A. Brennan, Wade L. Bridgham, Frank L. Buckley, William W. Burke, Philo C. Calhoun, Angus W. Campbell, Harold G. Campbell, Russell Carr, Thomas J. Carey, Archibald F. Cheney, Leo L. Cleveland, Sidney Clifford, Dennis F. Collins, Edward F. Collins, Chester W. Cook, Frank M. Coombs, John C. Coughlin, Raymond I. Cowles, Gifford Cutler, Myron G. Darby, Walter S. Dillon, Daniel A. Donaoghue, William H. Eckert, Irvin C. Elmer, Edward R. Elwell, Samuel G. Enders, Roland W. Estey, Heman S. Fay, Jr., John D. Fearhake, Eugene R. Fellows, Stephen E. Fitzgerald, Ashley R. Flood, Ralph T. Foye, Henry A. Frothingham, Richard S. Fuller, Robert M. Gilson, Abraham S. Goldman, Arthur Grant, Arnold J. Grant, Granville C. Gray, Martin G. Griffin, Walter W. Gross, Sydney T. Guild, Harry D. Guthrie, Sheldon B. Goodrich, John H. Hall, Jr., Kenneth S. Hall, Martyn L. Hall, Albert B. Hart, Jr., John P. Hartigan, William D. Hassett, Walter Hatfield, William A. Hitchcock, Albert D. Holbrook, Eugene P. Hubbard, Arthur W. Hunt, Albert E. Hutchins, Fernald Hutchins, Andrew G. Jenkins, Wilbur W. Jenkins, Emery E. Johnson, Paul T. Kearney, Vincent L. Keating, Adam J. Keele, James J. Kelley, Gelston T. King, W. M. Kirkpatrick, John A. Leakins, John W. Lee, W. M. Leonard, Jr., Walter E. Lewis, Sidney H. Lincoln, Herbert E. Lord, Robert M. Loring, Philip W. Lowry, John D. MacCalla, Everett H. MacLeod, John J. Maginnis, John A. Markham, William H. Mason, Joseph J. Matthews, William F. McCann, George F. McCanna, Clarence G. McCarn, Charles J. McLaughlin, Arthur B. Merriam, Amos G. Merry, Enoch R. Moody, John E. Moore, Harold F. Moulton, John J. Murphy, John F. Noxson, Jr., Henry Parkman, Jr., Earl F. Perry, Geo. E. Plaisted, Jr., Edmund T. Price, Corrado Ratti, Timothy J. Reardon, Edward J. Renehan, Gerald K. Richardson, Charles Roehrig, Hans F. B. Roessler, Charles P. Rugg, Ernest L. Saxton, Everard D. Seely, Thomas H. Smith, Parke H. Struthers, Homer V. Sullivan, Lloyd J. Thayer, Ernest O. Thomas, Jones R. Trowbridge, Ralph Thrall, John E. Ward, Albert P. Ware, Wentworth Williams, Lewis K. Wilson, Lawrence A. Whitley, Evan A. Woodward, Richmond Young.

Company 2, 17th Provisional Training Regiment

Herbert W. Aiken, John L. Ames, Robert J. Anderson, Roland K. Armes, Leo W. Banks, George A. Barnes, William L. Barry, Carl R. Beckert, Albert Beliveau, William Berman, Edward H. Bond, Edmund R. Boucher, Scearle M. Brewster, Eugene L. Brine, Wesley G. Brocker, Francis J. Buckley, Albert A. Buell, Frederic M. Brunham, William H. S. Callahan, Gerald J. Callahan, Jean C. Campopiano, Roland P. Carr, Elmer C. Carrier, Walter Channing, Jr., Colby M. Chester, Jr. Ernest W. Codaire, Frank C. Cooper, Walter W. Comings, Maynard Craig, Ralph H. Cram, Archie W. Crandall, William T. Crawford, Harold S. Cutler, John L. Daneker, Ralph M. Darrin, James R. Dearden, John C. Dinsmore, Clarence A. Doak, Eleazer J. Dole, Lofton L. Dudley, Rockwood S. Edwards, Dean A. Emerson, Emmons B. Farrar, Arthur Fay, George M. Ferris, Eugene B. Floyd, Benjamin A. G. Fuller, Morris E. Franklin, Louis Goldman, Franklin E. Halsey, Charles F. Hamilton, John L. Hannan, Harold B. Henley, Robert Highley, Frank B. Hills, Donald R. Hinds, Edwin L. Hopkins, C. A. Huntington, Jr., James M. Hynes, Daniel B. Jones, Arthur T. Kelly, Frank F. Kendall, George E. Kendall, Furbert M. Libby, Robert T. Linehan, Dustin S. Lucier, James H. Mahoney, Jr., Justus C. Martin, William T. May, Jr. Guy McClusky, John F. McInnes, Henry M. Merrill, Enos J. Montague, Frederick W. Moore, Arthur H. Morse, John L. Murphy, Gustaf A. Nielson, Walter H. Nolan, John H. O'Brien, Maurice M. Osborne, James C. Osburn, Amos T. Pagter, Aurin E. Payson, Dudley L. Pickman, Jr. Sidney T. Pollard, Arthur N. Potter, Edmund F. Potter, Franklin D. Putnam, Robert S. Quimby, John E. Redmond, Howard W. Robnbins, Hiram D. Rogers, Earl A. Ross, James H. Russell, Edmund M. Rutledge, Charles A. Schirm, John Seery, Earle H. Segur, Clement G. Slattery, Charles G. Smith, Percival L. Smith, George C. Stookey, John A. Sullivan, Harvey H. Sunderland, Charles W. Tartre, Wilfred J. Taylor, Robert E. Thayer, William F. Upton, Jr., Charles H. Vaughan, James R. Webb, Aaron D. Weld, Sargeant H. Wellman, Arthur E. L. Westphal, Harry L. Wiggin, Carlos F. Williams, W. H. Wilson, Carl G. Whitaker, Harold P. Willett, Grafton L. Wilson, Bernard J. Wolf, John G. Wright.

Company 3, 17th Provisional Training Regiment

Russell Allen, Frank O. Alley, James F. Armstrong, Harvey P. Barnes, Lawrence J. Barton, Geoffrey H. Beals, Edward E. Benson, Charles D. Bourcier, Milton A. Brann, William L. Brumby, Frederick Burns, Norman R. Clark, Alfred T. Crane, Emanuel Davis, Frederick B. Dodd, William B. Doggett, Joseph D. Donovan, Alpheus T. English, Leo F. Farrell, Harold P. Faisneau, Clayton E. Fisher, Edward Fitzgerald, Edward J. Flynn, John Foster, Francis H. Foy, Charles P. Garland, Wallace H. Garrett, Frank Gleason, Bertram E. Goodman, Frank J. Googins, Roland L. Greene, Edward Gunnerson, William L. Hamilton, Charles E. Hartford, Harold H. Heltzen, George K. Hendrick, Henry C. Hicks, Stanton Higgins, Harlan W. Holden, Herbert A. Horgan, John P. Hoyt, Roger J. Hudson, Lewis G. Hunton, James J. Ingoldsby, Donald A. Ingraham, Volney G. Jenkins, Paul D. Jones, Lloyd W. Jordan, Arthur W. Joyce, David T. Keay, William V. Killion, G. W. Knowlton, Jr., Waldo J. LaCrosse, Remick H. Laighton, John H. Leeming, Alexander F. Lippitt, Clarence C. Little, Hubert H. Lord, John J. Loughlin, James S. Love, Fred B. Lund, Jr., William F. Manley, Fred T. Marsh, George T. A. Matthews, George H. McCaffrey, James J. McGuire, Edward A. McLean, Albert F. McMackin, John S. Montgomery, Patrick F. Moran, Edward W. Mudgett, Lawrence H. Nichols, Gustave W. Oberlin, Charles M. O'Brian, James C. Oliver, Soran K. Ostergaard, Charles Palmer, John W. Peterson, Daniel W. Patterson, Frank B. Pigeon, Kenneth P. Pond, Joseph E. Pooler, David Potter, William G. Powell, Thomas W. Proctor, Thomas F. Quinn, Jeremiah T. Reardon, Albert J. Redway, Jr., Joseph M. Reilly, John W. M. Richardson, John R. Ridlow, Reginald L. Robbins, Harry E. Root, Nestor S. Rowland, John P. Ryan, George A. Sagar, William A. Sergeant, Charles W. Sawyer, Richard T. Schlosberg, William J. Schmidt, Edward L. Shaw, Walter H. Simpson, Caleb A. Slade, Charles F. Smith, Stuart P. Speer, Henry V. Spurr, Foster W. Stearns, Howard A. Stevens, Walter P. Stewart, Emmons J. Stockwell, Roland M. Stover, Jeremiah Sullivan, William B. Taylor, Rene P. Thalmann, Gardiner Thompson, Harold N. Tryon, Bayard Tuckerman, Jr., George W. Tupper, Newman C. Wade, John C. Warren, Louis V. M. Washburn, Walter W. Webster, Ashbel R. Welles, Halleck Welles, George D. Wheatley, Horace H. White, Hollie L. Whittemore, Edward B. Wood.

Company 4, 17th Provisional Training Regiment

Norman L. Adams, Jr., Maynard R. Alexander, Albert E. Anderson, James S. Armstrong, Frederick M. Atwood, John W. Baker, Frank M. Barney, Chauncey C. Batchelor, Frank E. Bel, Charles R. Bell, William P. Berry, Joseph F. Blake, Carl H. Blocklinger, Joseph Bower, Mitchell Braff, Phillip H. Brass, Lawrence L. Brooks, Arthur J. Bryant, Howard L. Butler, Wilbur D. Canaday, Bernard L. Chapin, Henry Chapin, Roy W. Chase, Robert R. Clark, Donald S. Clark, Albert G. Clifford, John A. Connell, John Coonan, Hoard S. Crane, Isaac A. Crapo, Lorne L. Cupples, John G. Daiger, John C. Dalgish, Eugene M. Darling, Reginald R. DeLacour, William T. Donegan, Charles Douglass, Herbert C. Eggleston, Walter A. Fenning, Max C. Fisher, Stephen S. Fitzgerald, John J. Flynn, Frank D. Frazier, Patrick J. Grandreau, Arthur W. George, John T. Gibbons, Earl W. Gooding, Roger F. Goss, William T. Granfield, John W. Grant, Bruce J. Graydon, Herbert F. Guenther, Stanislaw A. Gutowski, Bartholomew J. Haley, Everett A. Ham, Russell L. Hammons, Henry B. Harris, Williard H. Hasey, West B. Haskell, Ernest R. Hedstrom, Clarence P. Houston, Cyril M. Hollander, Charles J. Hurley, Jr. Philip Hurley, Robert G. Hutton, George E. Ingram, Edward N. Jesup, Harold T. Johnson, Robt. J. Kelleher, Edgar O. Kennerly, George P. Kimball, Ronald M. Kimball, Durant F. Ladd, Kenneth H. Lanouette, Joseph A. Levy, James M. Lenahan, Charles J. Lennihan, Felix Lepage, Theodore R. Lockwood, Thomas C. Lull, Herschel Lutes, Donald S. Mackay, William S. Maulsby, Thomas F. McCarthy, James McDonnell, William J. McKenna, William N. MacKenzie, Albert C. MacLellan, George L. Meyer, Jr., Alexander C. Middleton, Stuart Montgomery, George W. Morris, Perry J. Monihan, Warren H. Munsell, Armand L. Murdock, Leo M. Murphy, Joseph Meyrscough, Joseph G. Nathanson, William J. Nolan, Ralph M. O'Brien, Richard J. O'Brien, Robert P. Osborn, Chase K. Pevear, Shepard Pond, Vincent F. Pottle, John H. Pratt, Jr., Joseph R. Proctor, Donald Ramsey, Leslie P. Reed, Roger S. Robbins, William H. Russell, George S. Ryan, Thomas P. Shea, Edward O. Shepard, William J. Smith, Lewis W. Spaulding, Wesley A. Sturges, Wyckliffe O. Sullivan, Wendell P. Turner, Harvey C. Waugh, Hobard S. Weaver, Caleb West, James F. Winston, Franklin Wyman, Roland H. Verbeck

Company 5, 17th Provisional Training Regiment

Glenn M. Ainsworth, Ellis J. Bardsley, Cadella I. Barrows, Wesley E. Barrows, Harold M. Bates, Max A. Bengs, Jos. B. Bisbee, Jr., Chas. B. Blanchard, Walter L. Bouve, Chapin Brinsmade, Philip M. Brown, Ray W. Bryant, Fred C. Bubier, Morris E. Bumpus, Harry E. Burroughs, Edwin G. Burrows, John G. Butler, Daniel J. Canty, Jas. H. Carroll, Roland H. Cobb, Sheldon C. Collins, Roy E. Connor, Lincoln B. Copp, Thomas L. Cornell, Wm. B. Cornell, Maxime J. Counellier, Wm. E. Crabtree, Morton S. Crehore, Jr., Martin L. Curley, Jr. Harry H. Denning, Clifford E. Dennis, Dwight C. DeYette, Lloyd J. Dill, Harold M. Donovan, Wm. T. Dooley, Philip Doremus, Arthur R. Ellis, Harold G. Elrod, John F. Fenton, Geo. O. Ferguson, Harold F. Flynn, Arthur E. Gardner, James M. Gillin, Nathaniel J. Glover, Ivers A. Hackett, Alfred Hansen, Harold G. Harman, Thos. L. Heffernan, Ralph H. Higgins, Chas. P. Howard, Edward Hurst, Robt E. Jackson, Ralph E. Jones, Thos. F. Joyce, Winthrop W. Kenny, John C. Ketcham, John M. Kingsley, Frank McCabe, Bertram T. McCarter, Rayond A. McDonald, Francis E. McGuire, Henry P. McKean, Arthur H. Middlemass, Wiliam M. Milliken, Langdon E. Morris, Louis Moore, John J. Murphy, Geo. E. O'Brien, Edward J. Owens, John m. Parker, Chas. Parsons, Walter CC. Peck, Loren R. Pierce, Harold L. Pinkham, Ellsworth J. Piper, Walter E. Pond, Arnold S. Potter, Robert E. Price, Lyle M. Prouse, Frank E., Punderson, Howard R. Randall, John Arnold Regan, James J. Regan, Donald L. Richards, Ralph P. Robinson, Edwin S. Ross, Ernest B. Rowe, Geo. W. Ryley, Ralph Sanborn, Lawrence B. Sargeant, Lawton G. Sargeant, Michael A. Scanlon, Herbert Scoville, Jos. R. Sheehan, Clinton E. Sherwood, Norman A. Small, Francis A. Smith, Robt. J. Sniderwind, Fred. W. Stafford, Harry Stanley, George A. St. Clair, Geo. E. Stephenson, Edward P. Streeter, Wm. H. G. Teague, Robt. J. Thrall, Chas. M. Toole, Erland C. Torrey, Lewis R. Twitchell, Jas. H. Volkmann, Everett E. Walker, Overton S. Webb, Stephen Weiler, Ellery H. Wheeler, Harry F. White, Philip M. Wiggins, Wm. H. Wiley, Kenneth H. Wilson, Chas. P. Winship, Alonzo F. Woodside, Harold P. Wright, Kenneth Y. Wright.

Company 6, 17th Provisional Training Regiment

Hector P. Auray, Norman A. Aldrich, Charles E. Bacon, Capt. Q.M.C. Elmer R. Baker, Oscar C. Beckert, Harry A. Benwell, Albert E. Binks, Lawrence R. Bowler, Nelson P. Bump, John J. Burns, John T. Brandy, Royal W. Caldwell, Leon S. Cohen, Arthur C. Cole, Thomas T. Conway, J. C. Corliss, Charles R. Crossett, James E. Cummiskey, Frederick B. Cushman, Frank C. Damon, Ripley L. Dana, Earle B. Dane, Carlton P. Davenport, George L.Dermier, Roy W. Dickinson, Karl E. Dimick, Malcolm Dodd, Jerome I. H. Downes, Lorenzo Doten, Archibald S. Downey, Edward C. Dufficy, Gustavus A. Dunshee, Wendall J. Dunston, George H. Eggleston, Alcott F. Elwell, Walter L. Estabrook, Mervyn F. Falk, Frederick J. Flaherty, Bernard A. Flynn, Melvin D. Ferguson, James D. French, Carlton P. Frost, George W. Furbush, Jr., Samuel B. Gildersleeve, James B. Gillen, Earl C. Goodwin, Harold M. Gore, John M. Gorman, Edwin H. Grater, Frank E. Greenhaigh, Joseph H. Hagar, Daniel I. Hayes, Jesse B. Hannon, Walter L. Hardenbrook, Walcott B. Hastings, Kenneth M. Hartman, Thomas F. Hickey, Clark Hopkins, John K. Howard, William C. Hubbell, Percy E. Inman, Charles H. Jacobs, Harold P. Jackson, Frank T. Joyce, Walter E. Kelley, Albert B. Kellogg, Norman H. Kerr, John E. Knotts, Louis U. Labine, Harold M. Lamper, Earl S. Lewis, James W. Linnehan, Alfred E. Little, James F. Loughlin, George W. Lusk, John M. Lynch, Fessenden D. Manson, William T. Maybury, Michael F. McAleer, Frank L. McCarthy, Joseph V. McKenna, Robert W. Milburn, Thomas S. Milliken, Robert M. Moberly, George M. Moore, Lewis E. Moore, Frederick Morris, Jack F. Mullcahey, William Murray, Donald V. Newhall, Francis J. O'Brien, Rowland E. Packard, Charles E. Patten, Harold T. Patten, Charles B. Peck, Jr., Charles F. Pelham, Richard C. Piblad, Emmett Pishen, Francis Pooler, Lawrence J. Purcell, Edward J. Quinn, Alfred E. Rankin, Julius F. Ransom, William E. Remby, Herbert M. Rigney, Henry B. Rising, Ernst G. Rowell, Harvey R. Saftel, William H. Samborn, Robert H. Schauffler, Percy C. Seymour, Gerald H. Segar, Herbert T. Shanley, Allan B. Shepard, Hoyt Sherman, Carlton F. Small, Ralph C. Smith, Winter N. Snow, Charles S. Stanley, Joseph N. Staunton, Arthur E. Stevens, Edward E. Swaim, Edwin A. Thompson, Elisha C. Wattles, George A. Wiggins, Henry M. Williams, Mount S. Willard, John A. Worthington.

Company 7, 17th Provisional Training Regiment

Chas. W. Alexander, Henry C. Bacon, George V. Baker, John M. Bartlett, Adolf A. Berle, Jr. Thomas C. Bradford, Maurice T. Bresnahan, Eugene E. Bryant, Warren H. Buffum, Charles C. Burke, Harry A. Burnes, John D. Clarke, Paul L. Coble, James E. Cogan, John J. Cooley, Charles F. Crowley, Frank A. Deroin, Albert T. Dewey, Rowland S. Dodge, Kenneth C. Downing, Harold R. Drew, Laurence Emmerton, John H. Field, Jr., Raymond G. Flynn, Clement R. Ford, Henry A. Garrow, Warren F. Gould, Stephen H. Greene, James F. Herlihy, Kenneth D. Hindsa, Leonard C. Howe, Thomas F. Jackson, Dwight I. Jacobs, Kenneth C. Johnson, Clifford G. Kershaw, Robert P. King, William F. King, Henry C. Kittredge, Phillip H. Kron, Napoleon A. Langlois, Josiah Lasell, 2d, Cyril M. Littlejohn, William F. Littlejohn, Fred W. Lounsbury, John C. Lynch, Albert W. MacCarthy, John F. McCormikc, Donald R. McIntyre, Joseph H. McNally, William W. Marcum, Joseph H. Main, Herman F. Mann, Charles E. Mason, Gardner C. Means, Auguste A. Messier, Harold A. Miller, Benoni Moore, John T. Morris, Henry L. Morrisey, Dennis P. Murphy, Jonah J. Newton, Horace C. Nowlin, Frank T. O'Connell, Patrick J. O'Reilly, Robert K. Osborne, Whipple H. Parker, Roland H. Peacock, Charles H. Pearce, Stanley F. Pelchar, Louis A. Perkisn, Albert W. Perody, James P. Pinkerton, Samuel D. Pope, Paul Potter, Charles P. Purdy, Eugene P. Ramsay, Endicott Rantoul, James H. Ray, Franklin S. Raynes, Norman B. Read, John H. Reed, Norman Renne, Joseph Riseman, James L. Rochford, Leland L. Rowe, Carl J. Sandberg, James M. Scheley, Jr., Malcom C. Sherman, Walworth Simpson, Francis B. Small, Alfred D. Snively, Walter B. Spencer, Henry A. Starret, Louis C. Steady, George R. Stevens, Jr., Winthrop A. Stiles, Arthur W. Sullivan, William M. Sullivan, Jireh Swift, 3d, Samuel S. Swift, Fred H. Thompson, Cushing Toppan, Clarence W. Trendell, Arthur G. Upston, James E. Vance, Charles E. Van Riper, Carl A. Wainwright, Byron B. Walker, Frederick J. Warnock, Herbert L. Wayman, Simon D. Weissmann, Kyle C. Westover, Merle M. Weymouth, Eugene L. White, Paul A. Wilks, John H. Winslow, Arthur D. Wood, Clarence I. Worcester.

Company 8, 17th Provisional Training Regiment

Harold V. Adams, Roger U. Allard, Walter B. Almeda, Francis L. Andrews, George W. Andrews, Donald G. Babbitt, Harold G. Baldwin, Robert J. Barr, John Barron, John J. Barry, Charles H. Barton, John W. Brewer, Harold L. Briggs, James S. Brooks, Harold S. Brower, Fred N. Brown, Harry D. Brown, Edward S. Burns, Jr., Edmund J. Cafferty, James Callahan, Benjamin H. Cappe, William W. Carman, Jr., Arthur F. Cater, Frank W. Chapman, Gerald Chittenden, Warren Clear, Roger C. Clement, U. Samuel Coan, Ralph Cobb, Orville T. Colby, William C. Collins, Paul G. Courtney, Wayne W. Cowan, Benedict A. Coyle, Fred J. Cummings, J. W. Cummings, Frank E. Cutter, Harold P. Dahlquist, Sidney I. Daniels, Harvey B. Davenport, George DeMerell, Thomas W. Desmond, Leonard C. Dewing, John A. Doherty, Edward F. Dolan, John W. Dole, James Dooley, Carroll K. Dunham, Francis S. Dunn, James W. Dwyer, H. Leslie Eddy, M. G. Estabrook, Jr., James B. Felton, Clarence M. Finch, Francis M. Glanagan, Charles K. Flanders, Edward L. Ford, Alvin E. Foss, James G. Geddes, Harold A. Gibbs, James W. Gibson, Harry E. Glover, John K. Gowen, Jr., Walton A. Green, Francis X. Hagerty, Henry S. Hall, Jr., Leo McA. Harlow, Philip C. Hawley, Griswold S. Hayward, William P. Henenway, Carl W. Hill, Ulmont W. Holly, Neale W. Hooker, Paul Hughes, William Hurlin, Constantine Hutchins, Arthur Irish, Raymond T. James, Levi R. Jones, Thomas J. Kavanaugh, Frank R. Keating, Samuel J. A. Kelley, Edward L. Kickham, Raymond T. King, Frank L. Lingbeil, John H. Larned, Reginald D. Leach, Herbert A. Lewis, Freeman Light, Edwin L. Lindman, Charles A. Lodge, Wallace W. Malley, Alan R. Martin, Ralph G. McCarthy, Arthur W. McFarland, Harold E. McGaffey, Joseph G. McGeer, Samule Mixter, John M. Morrison, Frank E. Noyes, Norman N. Pearson, Harold A. Peckham, Samuel N. Pierson, Harold L. Porter, William L. Raymond, Harold L. Reed, Jackson L. Reynolds, Robt. L. Richardson, William H. Robinson, H. F. Roche, Edwin A. Russell, Edward G. Shepherd, George W. Smith, Harold G. Soule, William W. T. Squire, Walter A. Stoddard, Jacob C. Stone, Thomas E. Sullivan, Charles B. Thompson, Fred H. Warner, Jr., Ernest A. Watson, Vernie E. Weymouth, Edgar J. Whelpley, Myles S. Wilder, Ralph L. Willner, Charles P. Winsor, Edward A. Winsor, Clyde H. Witham, Fred P. Woolley, Jr. Robt. J. H. Worcester.

Company 9, 17th Provisional Training Regiment

Earl Dudley Austin, Kenneth Nott Bailey, Paul Russell, Baird, Ariston K. Barrows, Chas. J. Bellamy, Robrt Everson Briggs, Williard E. Barrows, John Edmond Carney, Truman F. Chipman, Francis Wm. Clemmey, Frederick H. Cogswell, Carroll A. Cole, Joseph Wm. Cummings, George B. Currier, George Henry Daniels, Frederick Bryon Dight, Henry Weston Earle, Chase Eastman, Lauencek Ebbs, John Spalding Elliott, Jeremiah M. Evarts, Leland Leroy Fitz, John Joseph Flanagan, Leon Frederick Foss, James Aloysius Geehan, Paul Lawrence Gould, Chas. P. Greenough, 2nd, Frank Edward Grimes, Charles A. Hagman, Cecil John Hall, Ernest James Hall, Amost F. Hamburger, Francis D. Harrigan, Alexander W. Harbison, George E. Hayes, Rosseau Forby, Haynes, John Blackmar Healey, Lawrence Hemenway, Harold Dunn Hersum, John Tuttle Hubbard, Leon Henry Jeffers, Arthur Jenkins, Lester Adelbert Jenks, Russell C. Johnson, Rolland Frederick Judd, David R. Kearney, Philip John Kelley, Frederic G. Kileski, Ernest S. Knowlton, James McL. Langley, Lyman Jefferson Lanier, Jerome Robt. LaVigne, James Abram Lewis, Frank J. Linehan, Jr., Rodney M. Lowe, Arthur Kenney Lowell, Amherst R. Maccartney, William A. MacFarland, Paul Gardner Macurda, Arthur Madison, William John Malone, Ralph Monroe Manter, Charles Holley Martin, Richard Gage Mattice, Robt. Baker McDowell, Chas. Dennett McDuffie, James Thos. McGahhey, Thos. Straton McGinley, Chas. R. McKenney, John Thomas Melville, Ed. Knox Mitchell, Jr., John Arthur Moir, Wiliam Moore, Eugene Evans Morton, Charles Ralph Myers, Wm. A. Neilson, Jr., John D. Nichols, Theodore Millard Noyes, Clarence Percy Oakes, Wm. Slocum O'Gorman, John Joseph O'Leary, Jos. Henry O'Neil, Jr., Gordon Dickson Orr, James Palache, John M. G. Parker, Reginald S. Parker, Joel Farist Penfield, Aristides E. Phoutrides, Francis Wilcox Potter, Herbert Sears Potter, Francis William Pratt, Milo Amasa Putnam, H. K. Raymenton, Horace Robt. Reynolds, Forbes Rickard, Jr. Francis Aloysius Rogers (Boston), Francis Aloysisus Rogers (Bridgeport), Harrison S. Royce, Edwin M. Sampson, Chas. Whitney Savage, Victor R. Schmidt, Vernon L. Spickelmire, Squire Aflect Sharpe, James Henry Shortell, Procter Smith, Wm. Davies Schier, Jr., Kenneth George Stone, Henry Joseph Sullivan, John Sunderland, Jr., Ralph Lee Talbot, George Wilson Taylor, Winthrop B. Tewksbury, Eugene L. Tougas, Lloyd B. Van Da Linda, William Ward Vars, Melvin Wallace, Frank Spalding Welsh, Liews Grant Whipple, George Monroe White, James R. Whitmore, Wm. Fred Wilkie, Jr., Pett Sawyer Willand, Shepherd F. Williams, Allan Sheldon Willis, Basil Gibson Woods, Harland Noyes Worthley.

18th Provisional Training Regiment

Standing Left to Right. 1st Lieutenant Stackpole, 1st Lieutenant Eagan, Capt. Burdell, Capt. Foss, Capt. Wallace, Capt. Olyphant, Capt. Lang, Capt. Bennett, Capt. Hodges, Capt. Pritchett, Capt. Fleet, Capt. Lehmkuhl, Capt. Newson, Capt. Harrington, Capt. Stilwell.
Sitting Left to right: Capt. Shell, Capt. Draper, Capt. Bowman, Capt. Ware, Capt. Shaw, Capt. Ewell, Capt. Shurtleff, Capt. Adler, Capt. Williams

Company 10, 18th Provisional Training Regiment

Ralph R. Adams, Richard J. Ambler, Charles S. M. Asinari, Walter E. Baker, William Baumet, John D. Bennett, James A. Blakely, William D. Boykin, William W. Byrne, Arthur C. Busch, Victor N. Camp, George A. Campbell, Thomas L. Casey, Marcus L. Chasins, Charles W. Comiskey, Frederic Conger, James H. Cooke, Derby Crandall, Jr. Walter F. Cunningham, Charles Cutajar, Jefferson Deevy, Jr., William J. Deevy, Herbert C. Dickinson, Edmund L. Dougherty, Clinton S. Downes, Francis L. Durk, Maxmillian Elser, Jr., John D. Eylters, William G. Falconer, Hilary F. Farrel, David F. Finnerty, Edwin S. Frost, Jr., William L. Gay, Rufus W. Gaynor, John J. Gleason, William L. Glenn, John J. Gorman, Poultney Gorter, Laurence H. Green, Dayton K. Haight, Allen H. Hall, Robert A. Harbeson, Thomas J. Harding, Alfred J. Hayhurst, Ludwig B. Heeren, Carl Helm, William M. Herz, Herbert Hilder, Albert J. Hoffman, Cyrus W. Horton, Jr., Charles F. Hughes, William E. L. Hunter, Edward A. Hurd, Howard W. Hyne, Henry Iselin, Frank H. Johnson, Henry E. Kelly, Harry S. Kelly, John C. King, Karl B. King, Roland W. Kluepfel, Thomas P. Knapp, Leo G. Kney, Merle L. Langel, Anthony B. Langer, Thomas H. Lee, Louis Lorch, Jr., Douglas Macduff, Thomas R. MacFarlane, Maurice McKee, Samuel McKee, Jr., Walter J. McLaughlin, Robert P. Manly, John S. Martin, John Melcher, Charles E. Merrill, Jr., Joseph F. Mollere, Luther E. Morrison, George E. Morrissey, Isidor K. Moyse, Russel Murray, William P. Murray, Arthur T. Noone, Jacques C. Nordeman, Jesse Oppenheimer, Henry O'Reardon, John E. Peters, Kenneth V. Preston, Franklyn L. Rabineau, Maurice S. Revnes, Maxine E. Richards, John A. Riley, William D. Riley, William F. Rodihan, Paul L. Russell, Thomas J. Ryan, Amos C. Schermerhorn, George S. Scott, Irving P. Seery, Carl A. Senter, James H. Shipley, Jouett F. Singleton, Robert R. Sizer, Jr., Conrad F. Sjoberg, Willett D. Smith, William H. Smith, William C. Steinmetz, Richard E. Sumner, Wilfred A. Surber, Harold S. Thomas, Roberts B. Thomas, Francis C. Trainor, Edgar V. Treacy, Evelyn E. Valentini, Beverly M. Value, Henderson E. Van Suydam, Edward C. Wagner, Oliver L. Walsh, Cresap P. Watson, Frederick H. Werrin, John Willard, Frank Willetts, Louis A. Withers, Francis Woodbridge.

Company 11, 18th Provisional Training Regiment

John F. Adams, Simon Allen, William D. Allen, Jr., Oscar H. Baker, Roy G. Baker, Fred W. Beck, Donald Beers, John P. Benkard, Howe Bennett, Julius Bien, Jr., Warren Bigelow, Robert B. Bloom, Gordon Boyd, Edgar B. Bronson, Jr., Herbert S. Brussel, Francis A. Busby, Frederick W. Busk, Harry G. Cahill, Philip G. Cammann, Duncan Campbell, Alfred H. Chappell, Herbert W. Clock, James W. Cobb, Edward Collins, William O. Cooley, John F. Crawford, Henry Cunningham, Jr., John Curtin, John W. Daly, Arthur Y. Dalziel, Frederick P. DeLemos, Warren E. Diefendorf, William S. Doscher, Donald Durant, David J. Ely, Joseph M. Fallon, Jr., Sidney W. Fish, Wiliam L. Forrest, Montgomery L. Francis, Frank A. Fritz, James D. Gabler, Curtis W. Gates, Frederick L.Gayton, Roland B. Gordon, William F. Gorman, Carl F. Greene, Ernest N. Hall, John T. Harman, William H. Hayes, Warren B. Heilman, Gerard J. Hernon, Charles R. Hickox, Arthur J. Horton, Archibald Hughes, Earl C. Hughes, Arthur S. Hyde, Clarence E. Johnson, Wilfred C. Johnston, George B. Keller, Andrew B. Kelly, Charles P. Kelly, John F. Kelly, Jr., Joseph D. Kidder, Frank P. Kieser, Thomas F. Kilroe, Otto Kinkeldey, August Klipstein, Jr., William H. Knight, Harold S. Lassell, Mario Lazo, Thomas J. Lewis, Albert C. Lord, James A MacIlvaine, Henry J. McCadden, William L. McCarty, Herbert McDermott, Jr. Morris H. McIlwain, Arthur J. McSherry, Peter Malah, Luther B. Marchant, Lawrence N. Martin, Alexander A. Martiney, John F. Manly, Paul G. Mehlin, Donald Moffat, Claude E. Moore, Walter J. Nally, John Nelson, Charles K. Niblack, Charles E. Norlin, Edward G. O'Neill, John N. Outwater, Charles D. Parker, Harry O. Payne, Harold C. Perry, E. Alexander Powell, William H. Pratt, Vern Priddy, Joseph Quittner, Isaac B. Reinhardt, Henry Reynaud, Thomas W. Rikeman, Edmund M. B. Roche, William B. Roe, Hervey L. Russell, John H. Servis, Roger Sherman, William S. Shipman, Hyman Siegel, Harry Dew Slater, Walter Smithers, Lloyd R. Stark, Charles W. Stephens, Edward E. Stowell, Paul D. Surber, Frank S. Thomason, Sanford M. Treat, Peo Ughetta, Cecil K. Van Auker, Frank J. Wagner, Francis P. Walsh, Walter K. Watkins, Harold G. Webb, James McB. Webster, Robert M. Werblow, Jr., Harry West, James F. White, William F. White, LeRoy M. Wightman, William Wildfeuer, Colley E. Williams, Carl W. Wirths.

Company 12, 18th Provisional Training Regiment

William L. Adams, Joseph B. Armstrong, Floyd B. Augustine, Frederick S. Bain, Warren R. Baldwin, Ben M. Barron, Louis M. Bautz, Carl Below, Helmer W. Bergman, George W. Bishop, Wayland P. Blood, Ferdinand M. Blun, Raymond W. Bowdoin, Donald E. Boyle, Horace E. Brinckerhoff, John B. Brittain, Herman Browser, George C. Buchtenkirch, James A. Burton, Harry B. Campbell, Daniel J. Carney, William F. Carroll, Edmund R. Castellucci, James P. Chapin, Herue G. Chasseaud, Samuel J. Chesebro, James N. Clinch, William Constable, Wallace E. Cox, Gaston E. Crosby, Wm. D. Cunningham, Joseph A. Davis, Stephen W. Dawes, Maurice B. Deschler, Peter W. Dornhecker, Donald D. Duncanson, Elmer T. Eustis, Thomas H. Ferriss, Henry J. Feiger, Donald Ford, William A. Fox, Joseph A. Francis, Thomas S. Garrett, Alexander J. Gillespie, Frederick Gilman, Harry R. Gordon, Wilbur M. Griffith, John J. Hanrahan, Gardner L. Harding, Jeremiah J. Hayes, Percy R. Henry, Thomas Henry, Walter H. Hick, Gardner B. Hoyle, George H. Hubner, Edward B. Johns, Michael A. Kiely, Robert N. Landreth, Loyd Leale, Isaac H. Levy, Julius G. Levy, Llewellyn Loyd, Joseph B. Lockey, Edward A. Lyon, Peter J. McCoy, Jr. John C McNamara, Jr. Harold L. Mahon, Nathanl Malefski, Austin M. Malone, Laurence G. Meads, Vincent D. Mee, Harold P. Mills, Louis H. Millsaps, Russell D. Morrill, John O. Murphy, Joseph M. Murphy, William W. Neilson, William New, Leonard D. Newborg, Ellis A. Noland, Jr., Robert R. O'Keeffe, William M. Olhaber, Victor G. Paradise, Charles E. Peck, Americo C. Perella, William R. Quinn, John Rachek, Archibald Reid, Curtis D. Richards, Harold Rigelman, John W. Reily, Harry D. Robinson, Stephen W. Royce, Henry J. Rusk, John H. Ryan, Albert E. Scarlett, Joseph E. Schader, Frank G. Schrenkeisen, John M. Schwerin, Edward A. Segaitz, Lawrence H. Shepard, Romaine Shepard, Malcolm R. Sills, Leo Silverstein, Harold V. Smith, Walter E. Soltmann, Leon A. Stansfield, Charles H. Stoddard, George T. Stokes, James S. Sullivan, David S. Tait, William H. Taubert, Hugh J. J. Teaney, Rufus S. Tilden, Peter A. Tulp, John J. Tuohy, Moore C. Tussey, Ralph T. Tyreel, Francis B. Upham, Jr., Edward C. Viner, David H. Wallace, Ernest T. Warshaw, Frederick D> Wendel, Albert Wertheim, Parkhurst L. Whitney, Walter G. Wiechmann, Walter Q. Wilgus, George R. Wilson, Chester B. Winans, William K. Zucker, Manning G. Williams.

Company 13, 18th Provisional Training Regiment

Edwin DeW. Ackerman, Charles L. Adams, Frederick M. Allen, Sanford T. Anderson, Lorenzo M. Armstrong, George Irving Baily, Charles D. Baker, Jr., Henry J. Beggins, John B. Bellinger, 2nd, Elliott Stuart Benedict, John H. Bennett, William P. Berry, Walter Hough Bertron, George Bicklehaupt, Ernest W. Blackburn, Robert P. Bliss, Jr., Paul S. Brinsmade, Chalres B. Brodrick, Frederick A. Brooks, Jacob Jac. Bullusky, Byron Turner Burt, Elbert F. Burton, Bernard Cain, Edmond N. Carples, Charles R. Carruth, Jr., Morris Skinner Clark, Rhodolphus P. Clark, Wiliam B. Clayton, Michael D. Clofine, Gardiner Coogan, Joseph Patrick Corboy, George K. Cox, Sidney Hayes Cox, James Charles Craft, Frederick G. Cunningham, Frank P. Currier, Herbert R. Davis, Elsworth H. Dederer, Jack Devereaux, James E. Dorsey, Albert A. Dunn, Vincent L. Dunne, George Eichelman, Jr., David S. Eitzel, Hjalmar A. Ekman, Carlos DeVere Empie, Walter G. Evans, John Fagan, John B. Ferris, Thomas S. Fillebrown, Harold C. Finn, Robert B. Fisher, Irving Folks, Samuel Frinedle, Jr., Frederick W. Garnjost, George F. Garrity, Joseph S. Gillow, Max Ginsburg, Homer K. Gordon, Martin Groves, Thomas F. Gurry, Jr., Walter A. Hamilton, Thomas J. Hanley, John J. Hannigan, George T. Hawxhurst, John Henno, Wilmer E. Herr, Joseph G. Holcombe, Jr., Frank Robert Howe, Charles A. Hoyt, Andrew J. Hudson, Samuel B. Jacobson, Andrew B. Johnson, Edwin Kane, Charles R. Kearr, Daniel H. Kiely, James B. Kilburn, John J. Krieg, John A. Krug, Gabriel A. Landry, Sidney P. LeBoutillier, Walter S. Levy, William Lewis, George A. Linton, Harold B. Logan, Joseph M. McAndrews, Sydney F. McGreery, Donald S. McNulty, Leon Malraison, John J. Monohan, James A. Moseley, Harry Murray, Harry B. Nassoit, Norman November, Samuel O'Keefe, Jaffrey Peterson, Livingston Platt, Joseph W. Powell, John H. Quirk, Wood L. Ray, Carleton Reynell, Muarray Ringold, Royal E. T. Riggs, Joseph W. Rink, Francis G. Russell, William T. Ryan, Milton Samuels, Archibald Scrymgeour, Henry Seton, Leroy F. Sineath, Frederick J. Sheppard, Gordon W. Scholar, Frank V. Smith, Goerge L. Smith, Theodore E. Smith, Jr., James L. Snedecor, Whiteny W. Stark, Ellsworth A. Stone, Clarke S. Sutherland, Edward Stephens, Thomas A. Twomey, George B. Van Buren, William H. Vollmer, Robert Warwick, Louis C. Wagner, Jr. Edgar A. Walz, Jr., Lawrence A. Wechsler, Charles A. H. Wennerholm, Edwin A. Wetzler, Henry J. Whitehouse, John A. Willers, Kenneth B. Wood, B. Clark Wright.

Company 14, 18th Provisional Training Regiment

Reub Abrams, James G. Affleck, Jr., Lawrence J. Ayers, Malcolm B. Ayers, William Bailey, Peter Van O. Barkelew, Henry D. Barmore, Othel Baxter, William W. Bell, Stuart Benson, Alexander Black, Herbert G. Blankford, Louis B. Bock, Russell Bonynge, James L. Bresnan, Harlow B. Bristol, Robert Rea Brown, Edward L. Burrill, Jr. Osborne C. Butcher, Charles S. Butler, Howard L. Campion, James J. Carpenter, Joseph C. Chamberlain, Charles J. C. Clarke, Allan F. Cohn, Bernard F. Connolly, Robert S. Cooke, Maxwell B. Coorman, Albert S. Cummings, Combs O. Davis, James F. Delany, Guy M. DeMauriac, Henry V. DeMontguyon, Henry H. Dimon, Edward T. Doyle, Felix Halpin Duffy, William H. Dwyer, William Eastman, Harold T. Edwards, Warren H. Emens, Kenneth B. Erkenbrack, Morris Fellman, Joseph P. Fleming, Benjamin Frank, Mortimer E. Freid, Gilbert W. Gabriel, Edwin S. Gard, Jr., Robert S. Gill, Charles R. Goddard, Irving E. Goldsmith, Ernest P. Gosling, Gordon M. Grant, William J. Greene, Ludlow Griscom, Marshall B. Hall, Joseph B. Handy, Benjamin S. Hart, Herbert S. Havens, Birch Helms, William Henel, Jr., Edwin Hess, John C. Hildebrand, Jr., Charles M. Horton, Harry Hosford, Douglas H. Hilliker, James Imbrie, Christian A. Jacob, Jr., Harry P. Jaenike, Joseph P. Jeffords, Henry F. F. Kane, William H. Kelleher, John M. Kelly, Chester M. Kerr, Carl G. Kinscherf, Frederick L. Kopff, Joseph I. Lawrence, William Lazriowich, Winfred E. Lent, Oscar Levine, Jesse A. Levinson, John J. Lilly, Emanuel J. Livingston, Devereaux Lord, Edmund J. MacIvor, David N. McCauley, Jr. Henry M. McCormack, Edward J. McLaughlin, Wm. H. McIntryre, Jr., John A. Magee, Joseph J. Marino, John W. Masterson, John Miller, Ellist Van Z. Montague, Louis F. Morse, Thomas F. Mulvey, Jackson B. Nelson, Charles Nemser, William Nicoll, Charles J. Nolan, Walter E. Ogilvie, Jr., Charles M. Pendelton, David H. Picker, Haorld R. Pouch, Jonathan D. Reed, Stanley L. Richter, Paul C. Rock, Charles R. Rowland, Carl O. Sayward, Basil J. Scott, Louis W. Severy, Jerome G. Sewell, Lawrence D. Seymour, David J. Sheeran, Romer L. Silleck, Chester W. Spaulding, Herman Stennkamp, Schuyler B. Sterling, Spenser J. Sutherland, Otto F. Taylor, Harry Titlebaum, Arthur B. Tritschler, Joe F. Trounstine, John M. Van Horson, Richard A. Wagner, Richard E. Warfield, Charles D. Weed, Philip H. Welch, Karl R. Whitmarsh, Gordon Williams, David S. Wilson, Cecil D. Wilson, Burnett B. Wright.

Company 15, 18th Provisional Training Regiment

Charles R. Ace, George T. Adee, Olly E. Allard, Milton J. Ayers, Francis L. Berry, Robert W. Blair, Gustave J. M. Blessman, Hanson Booth, Ludlow E. Bretz, Harry M. Brown, Percy St. G. Browne, Clinton S. Burr, James W. Burrows, James Butler, Jr., Edward Carpenter, Noel Chamberlin, Peter W. Coleman, Elvin H. Church, John N. Connolly, Alonzo M. Covert, Joseph F. Cunneen, Henry F. Davis, Arthur J. Delany, Lambert Dorflinger, James A. Doyle, Walter F. Dyett, Henry K. Eilers, Thomas Emery, Frederick J. Esteves, Robert Dyett, Henry K. Eilers, Thomas Emery, Frederick J. Esteves, Robert S. Farley, Sidney E. Fletcher, Leroy E. Gahris, James B. Gallahger, David M. Goodrich, Vance A. Goss, Harry E. Grant, John H. Greenwood, Leslie H. Groser, Otho Hamilton, Joseph F. Hanley, Arthur E. Hartzell, James J. Hennessy, Joseph T. Higgins, Alfred R. Hofler, Edwin K. Hollinger, Justus A. Hovey, Scott Hughes, Royston Jennings, Harold D. Johnson, Robert N. Kastor, Herbert B. Kennedy, Joseph A. Keyes, William H. Kirk, Frederick Kopper, Jr., Edwin F. Korkus, Herman E. Krauss, George W. Krug, Paul A. Kleinfelder, Robert C. Latimer, Howard G. Lambert, Maxwell F. Lawton, Morton W. Leon, Chester C. Leis, Martin S. Loughborough, Charle E. Lynch, Harry A. McCorry, Daniel S. McMillan, Francis J. McNamara, Edward E. McNally, Clyde F. Marion, James C. Marks, Charles A. Marshall, William Matthews, Alfred L. Maurer, Gustave A. Messall, Leo E. Miller, Samuel R. Morse, John L. Mousley, John J. Murphy, Laurence I. Neale, Robert P. Nessler, Raymond A. O'Brien, Eugene R. O'Connell, Remsen B. Ostrander, Russell M. Page, William E. Palmer, Roy K. Patterson, Edward H. Pearson, Winfred K. Petigrue, Charles L. Phillips, Garrett C. Pier, Goerge H. Pigott, Russell Pope, Ernest A. Powers, James V. Reddy, George A. Reeder, John B. Reynolds, Julian A. Ripley, Walter G. Robins, Edwin D. M. Rowland, E. Lawrence Sampter, Jacob Sanford, William J. Scanlon, Arnold Schmidt, William W. Schneebeli, Leslie P. Scott, Edwin D. Shaw, Chalre F. Shields, Kenneth L. Sills, George R. Smith, Henry R. Stern, Patrick J. Sulivan, Eli L. Sutton, William B. Taylor, Henry C. Thorn, Jr., Clark W. Tobin, William E. Trubee, William R. Tullis, Alfred Tyson, Homer L. Van Aken, Alfred Van Horn, Jr., H. Barentson Van Inwegen, Richard R. Vincent, Frederick G. Wagoner, Richard H. Waldo, Fred E. Walker, Harvey T. Warren, Robert B. Wheelan, Frank J. Whitcomb, Arthur Whitney, Jr., Virginius V. Zipris.

Company 16, 18th Provisional Training Regiment

James R. Agar, Willliam E. Annin, Robert P. Babcock, Elbert H. Bagley, Paul J. Banker, Samuel W. Barkelew, William R. Bell, Walter G. Berger, Frank A. Bernero, Daniel J. Birmingham, William H. Blandy, Patrick A. Bolger, John F. Bonner, William McK. Brandon, Chesleigh H. Brisoce, Roger M. Brown, John J. Burke, Grant Burns, William S. Burns, Pierce H. Butler, Storrs W. Butler, Edward H. Carle, Merriam O. Chadbourne, Watt W. Clinch, Robert L. Coleman, George B. Compton, Kevork Costikyan, George M. Davis, Jr., George H. DeKay, Alfred P. Delcambre, Chas. D. Deuchar, Charles F. Donnelly, Boswell J. Drake, John T. Eagleton, Robert H. Eaton, Allyn McC. Eddy, Carl. B. Erck, Lee V. Farnum, Sidney B. Fitzgerald, William A. Flanigan, Colman D. Frank, Albert C. Fredman, Judson P. Galloway, Robert D. Gibson, Thomas F. Githens, William H. Glover, Aaron N. Goldberg, Maurice A. Golden, Allan C. Gottschaldt, Eugene G. Grant, Henry B. Greisen, Robert S. Grinnell, Frank L. Halls, Arthur J. Hamblen, Robert A. Hastings, Louis S. Higgins, Albert Hoffman, Everett D. Hood, Gerard B. Hoppin, Wycliffe C. Jackson, Arthur R. Jones, Francis P. Kenny, Philip C. Lindsley, Henry G. Littau, Charles E. Livingston, Andrew W. Loebl, Arthur C. Lowenthal, Abraham A. Lustig, John W. McCabe, William F. McClelland, Paul A. McLaughlin, James N. MacLean, John W. Marsh, Geoffrey C. Maxwell, Hyman S. Miller, Joseph P. Mulvey, Robert R. Nelson, Edward H. Nicoll, Richard B. O'Connor, Donald O. Page, William N. Paine, Jacob O. Parisette, Joseph D. Peet, Benjamin W. Pelton, William S. A. Pott, Auguste R. Pottier, Edward J. Price, Herbert Reed, Lynn P. Reed, Charles H. Reimerth, Clarence Renouard, Lawrence Richmond, Charles E. Roach, John N. Roach, William J. Roberton, Clarence S. Roome, George L. Rooney, Robert Rosenbluth, Allen C. Rowe, Edward Saphir, Edwar L. Satterlee, Frank Isaac Schechter, Carleton B. Scofield, Pauyl G. Schuman, William Shea, Theodore L. Shear, Arthur H. Smith, Edmund T. Smith, Chester G. Stewart, Frank M. Stewart, James S. Timothy, William Tinsely, Owen C. Torrey, Thomas E. Tousey, Albert J. Tucker, Richard W. Tucker, Tracy E. Tuthill, James A. Vaughan, Rafael Vega, George S. Walden, Thomas W. Warfield, Irving Weintraub, Walter M. Weis, Leon H. Wheeler, Watson White, Forsyth Wickes, Manolo M. Weichers, Albert B. Wilson, Thomas H. Young.

Company 17, 18th Provisional Training Regiment

George F. Alces, Ralph L. Baggs, Edmun E. Barrett, Fitzharding Berkeley, Thomas J. Blake, Edward D. Bolton, Ben. J. Breckenridge, Emil Breitenfeld, Leon D. Brown, Paul D. Brown, Albert E. Brundage, Charles C. Bull, William R. Burlingame, Fritz O. Burgland, Robert W. Butler, Howard N. Cappell, Edwin F. Carey, Oscar E. Cartaya, William L. Caten, Jr., Jay E. Cates, Andrew J. Cheritree, Pierson E. Clair, Dorsie J. Clark, John L. Clark, Walter M. Collins, John J. Cullinan, George A. Currie, Justus S. Davidson, Carl H. Davis, John B. Delehanty, Matthew W. Del Gaudio, Benjamin H. Dobbin, James H. Donaldson, Frank S. Donnelly, Emlen M. Drayton, Charles Dreschel, Bernard W. Druillard, Percy J. Ebbott, Frederic W. Ecker, Benjamin M. Edgerton, Roy R. English, Doddridge Farrell, Thomas J. Farrell, Harry J. Fee, John J. Fitzgerold, James E. Fitzgibbon, J. Wesley Flamman, Benedict Fox, Duncan Fraser, Wm. F. Gallagher, Jr., Herbert B. Glover, Sameul I. Goldberg, Gullie B. Goldin, Stanley J. Grace, Arthur W. Graef, James B. Graham, John E. Griffin, Thomas F. Griffin, Herbert Grosebeck, Jr., Lorenzo F. Hagglund, John B. Hahl, Roy E. Hallock, Milton C. Ham, Lewell W. Hammon, Joseph F. Hanrahan, Leigh W. Harrington, Willard C. Hatch, Albert H. Henderson, Charles A. Hill, Gerald T. Hills, Elbert C. H. Hoag, Bayard C. Hoppin, Phillip K. Houston, Robert I. Huyler, Charles C. Jabureck, Lester Jacobson, Marquis James, J. Curtis Joyce, John B. Judson, Jr., Martin J. Keogh, Jr., Edward L. Killion, Cortlandt K. Krams, Arnold E. Kupfer, Charles W. Kusche, Robert B. LaFarge, Douglas E. S. Laughlin, Edward J. LaVoice, Joseph J. Lese, Dudley G. Lester, Edward H. Litchfield, Charles E. Lund, Alexander McClintock, Robert B. McClure, Josepht T. McMahon, John J. McManus, Jay Madden, Jacob Mann, Aubrey R. Marrs, Frank Marsh, William F. Mason, Allen G. Maxwell, Clive B. Meredith, James F. Milde, Ethan A. Mildeberger, Edmund F. Mulholland, Gerard A. Mulliner, Francis X. Mulry, Charles F. Newman, Jr. Nathaniel Newman, Samuel W. Oppenheimer, Carlton B. Overton, Harold D. Ovington, Irving H. Patterson, William J. Pedrick, Jr., Clinton A. Reed, Frederick G. Rita, Harry Rose, Benjamin Rosenberg, Ralph Sanger, Frederick J. Scheld, Harry L. Schoenfeld, Ely T. Scott, Michael F. Scully, Thomas A. Shaw, Joseph Sidorowicz, Alfred W. Smart, Snell Smith, Henry Soss, George P. Southworth, John V. Timoney, George A. Turley, Augusts A. Van Deventer, Jr., Samuel C. Webster, Chester E. Wheeler, William H. Willis, William C. Wrenn.

Provisonal Artillery Training Regiment

Standing Left to Right: 2nd Lieut. Daughtery, Capt. Platt, Capt. Untermyer, Lieut. Bodley, Capt. Gammell, Capt. Barstow, Lieut. Bateson, Lieut. Caldwell, Capt. Verbeck, Capt. Dana, Capt. Hincks, Lieut. Howe, Lieut. Simmons, Capts. Trumbull, 2nd Lieut. Walsh, 2nd Lieut. Peppin, Capt. Harwood, 2nd Lieut. Euchmann.
Sitting Left to Right: Capt. Gordon, Lieut. Kelley, Major Hadley, Capt. Randol, Capt. Dunnigan, Lieut. Chapman.

1st Battery Field Artillery

F. E. Gignoux, Major O. R. C. [Officer Reserve Corps], George C. Adams, Arthur W. Allen, Harold E. Anderson, Edward B. Anschutz, John L. Aney, John H. Bachelder, Hugh Bain, Raymond G. Bartlett, John H. Beck, S. A. Beckwith, Ralph G. Belcher, Philip Benton, Claudius F. Black, Roy Brackett, Harold A. Braman, James E. Breslin, Harold W. Bridge, Edwin H. Brown, Kingsbury Browne, George F. L. Bryant, Llewellyn M. Buell, George W. Burke, Frederick W. Carran, Sheridan R. Cate, Horace Chadbourne, George D. Chase, Oscar F. Chase, John F. Choate, Alvord B. Churchill, Dana E. Clark, Levi S. Conant, Joseph Connolly, Robert Crosbie, Alfred C. Dalmas, Arthur J. Dalot, Gerald H. Dempsey, Thomas J. Donovan, Maximillan P. Eames, John M. Elliott, Daniel H. Fenton, Warren C. Foote, Robert T. Gannett, John C. Geran, Lorenzo Hamilton, Clayton F. Hawes, Eugene A. Hecker, Albin Hedlund, John M. Holcombe, Jr., Carl A. Hope, George W. Howe, Edwin H. Jose, Philip W. Joslin, Horace L. Kenny, Robert W. Kent, Edward E. Kern, Hugh J. Kinsman, Joseph E. Kline, Lloyd W. Knight, William W. Little, Chester R. Longwell, Nelson C. McCormick, Harold J. McDonald, Douglas G. McGrath, David H. Maynard, William F. Merrill, Ralph L. Moore, Harry Mosley, Clarence F. Murray, George W. Nelson, Charles W. Page, Jr., Sanford F. Palo, Paul S. Phalen, Edward T. Pike, Frederick C. Cpolhemus, George H. Pratt, Harold M. Prescott, Milton D. Proctor, Charles W. Quimby, William E. Reynolds, Allen P. Richmond, Edward Risegari, James S. Rodwell, Nicholas L. Rogers, Alfred H. Sharon, Nathan S. Sharp, Maxwell C. Shattuck, David C. Simmons, Perley B. Sleeper, James B. Slimmon, Herbert U. Smith, Oscar T. Smith, Lawrence Southard, Paul R. Squires, Leo C. Stebbins, Harvey L. Thomas, Richard Thomas, John E. Tucker, George L. Wade, Clifford S. Watrous, Donald C. Watson, J. Watson Webb, John L. Weld, Charles F. Weeden, Jr., Harold N. Welch, Eugene F. Wermuth, Arthur F. Whalen, Henry D. Wild, Charles H. Wood, Stanley B. Wright.

2nd Battery, Field Artillery

Walter L. Allen, Arthur R. Atwood, Richard H. Bacon, John Baker, Gordon H. Banchor, Henry C. Banks, Francis Barrett, Robert V. Bean, Isaac Berman, Raymond W. Bissell, Maurice A. Blackmur, Charles E. Blake, William W. Blanchard, Thomas S. Blumer, Edward F. Bowman, Newton C. Brainerd, Robert E. Bryant, Robert Burrell, Hibbard S. Busby, Frederick A. Calkin, Richard H. Campbell, Kip I. Chace, Raymond O. Chaffee, C. J. Chamberlain, Morgan G. Chamberlain, Robert K. Chandler, Robert M. Chase, Allen L. Cleveland, Philip P. Cole, Frederick G. Crane, Elton G. Cronk, William G. Cummings, John J. Danaher, Joseph J. Devine, Daniel G. Donovan, Arthur Drinkwater, Norman L. Duncan, Harold R. Espey, Elizur K. H. Fessenden, Phillip S. Foisie, Oliver A. Fuller, Albert B. Gardella, Thomas J. Gilbert, Ralph B. Glines, John C. Goldwaite, Richard S. Gozzaldi, Charles F. Guild, George A. Hagedorn, Walter G. Hauser, Warren Hayford, 3rd, John A. Heath, Jr., Merrit Hemingway, Edward E. Hildreth, John D. Hogarth, Percy C. Judd, Cyrus S. Kaufmann, Milton S. Kimball, John M. Latham, Andrew J. Lloyd,, Ernest P. Lull, Richard T. Lyons, Daniel J. Marshall, W. W. Mansfield, Jr., W. R. McAllaster, Bernard J. McLaughlin, Donald C. McRae, Samuel G. Mitchell, Ralph H. Mosher, Charles C. Murphy, Walter G. Nagle, Emerson R. Newell, Thomas J. O'Connell, Thomas S. Parker, Sydney H. Perley, Henry T. Perry, Frederick A. Peterson, Jacques J. Pollock, Howard H. Quinham, Charles A. Reynolds, Durell S. Richards, John R. Roberts, William O. Robinson, Francis W. Rollins, Leverett Saltonstall, Willis H. Sargent, Chester E. Sargent, John B. Schmidt, Walter H. Shaw, Reginald Sigel, Curtis R. Smith, John F. Sullivan, Emerson H. Swift, Aldrich Taylor, R. De St. M. Thebaud, James P. Thurber, Francis B. Todd, Waldo Tucker, Henry B. Valieant, T. W. Van Derveer, Peter Visconti, John S. Vorhees, George W. Washburn, John Wells, William R. Wheeler, Jr., Frazar B. Wilde, Harold Wilkinson, Frederick W. Willey, Henry C. Williams.


Harold, like his best friend George, is a class clown and loves to pull pranks. However, Harold is a bit more timid than George so he usually comes up with their prank ideas. Ironically, Harold is a bit bolder when it comes to fighting monsters. Despite his pranking nature, most of Harold's actions are generally targeted towards adult cruelty, such as his teachers. His other hobbies are skateboarding, watching TV, and making comic books with George, where he draws the pictures. He has created comic book characters like Captain Underpants, Super Diaper Baby, Timmy the Talking Toilet, Dog Man, Ook and Gluk, and the Amazing Cow Lady.

However, Harold did not gain any distinctive character traits until the ninth book, where he was revealed to be a quiet child and a bit shy following his parents' recent divorce. He started to come out of his shell when he met his best pal, George.

Social Security

The Revolving Files are our largest collection of core research materials. There are four revolving units, subdivided into carriers. Each carrier contains approximately 10 liner feet of material.

At this point, there is no descriptive information of the content of the individual folders. This is only an inventory of the folders.

Revolving Files Unit L1

Carrier #1- People Files:

The "People Files" is a listing of all individuals on whom we have a folder of material. The contents of these folders is not available and they
can vary in size from hundreds of pages to only one or two. The folders may contain photographs as well as textual material.

Abraham, Arthur
Abruzzo, Ben
Ackerman, Ernest
Adcock, Francis N.
A'hearn, Leonard W.
Ainsworth, Robert
Albrecht, Wayne
Alford, Huston
Alpern, Lawrence
Altman, Gerald
Amborn, Philip
Amin, Nagib
Anderson, John
Anderson, Robert
Andrews, John B.
Apfel, Kenneth S.
Aristides, Harduvel
Armstrong, Barbara
Arnaudo, David
Aronson, E.E.
Aronson, Henry
Arthur, Edward
Ashcraft, Gary D.
Ashe, B.F.
Asquith, Herbert H.
Austin, Mary E.
Avery, Sherwood H.
Bache, Barbara
Bader, Eleanor J.
Baer, Martin E.
Bain, Wendell H.
Baker, Carl L.
Baker, Louis J.
Bakke, E. Wright
Ball, Robert M. (Folder 1)
Ball, Robert M. (Photos)
Ballantyne, Harry L.
Ballew, Carol
Balthazar, Joseph
Bane, Frank
Banning, Paul Darrell
Barnes, Paul
Barnes, Ted
Barnhart (nee Ross), Jo Anne B.
Barnette, R.M.
Barney, Marshall H.
Barr, Jessica
Bartlett, Dwight K. III.
Bartlett, Ewell T.
Bary, Helen Valeska
Batzell, Paul E.
Bauer, Julian
Baum, Walter
Beach, Charles F.
Bearden, Wendell H.
Beasley, Robert W.
Beck, Wilbur
Becker, Irving
Beckett, Katie
Bedingfield, W. David
Bedwell, Beverly A.
Bedwell, Theodore C., Jr.
Belcher, J. Warren
Bell, Louis
Benjamin, Mandel
Benner, Arthur J.
Bennet, Chauncy, Jr.
Bennett, Paul E.
Berger, Victor L.
Bergsten, James L.
Berkowitz, Edward D.
Berman, Harris
Berman, Julius
Berstein, David
Beveridge, Robert E.
Bicknell, Forest B.
Bigge, George E.
Bingham, Robert P.
Bismarck, Otto Von
Blaha, Henery C.
Blakeslee, Ruth O.
Blomgren, Joseph E.
Bluett, John E.
Blumenfeld, Herbert L.
Blumenthal, Melvin
Boam, John T.
Bodden, George D.
Boltinghouse, Llyle L.
Bolton - Smith, Carlile
Bone, Frederick W.
Bonin, Raymond W.
Bonnet, Phillip D.
Bontz, Rita
Borden, Enid
Borgen, Herb
Borgen, I. Herbert
Borges, Charles F.
Bortz, Abe
Bost, Howard L.
Bosti, James T.
Bourne, Elliott
Bowen, Ofis R.
Bowman, John
Boyd, Gerald L.
Bracy, Joseph
Bradley, Eileen
Brandchaft, Harry
Branham, Richard E.
Bredenberg, Karl
Brees, Eugene W.
Brehn, Henry
Brewer, Lyman H.
Brice, Maurice O.
Brickenkamp, Frederick
Bridges, Benjaman
Brittingham, Harold
Broadway, Thomas C.
Brody, Goldie
Brooks, George
Broome, Victor
Brosius, Charles
Brown, Alvin G.
Brown - Hopkins, Audrey
Brown, Irwin S.
Brown, J. Douglas
Brown, James D.
Brown, James M.
Brown, Philip T.
Brown, Richard C.
Brown, Sara
Browne, James G.
Bruce, Thomas M.
Bruner, Carl
Bruns, Donald J.
Bryant, Ronald
Buck, Jr., Frank H.
Buell, Bobbie
Buffington, John
Buhler, Ernest O.
Burgess, Wayne
Burke, Michael
Burns, Desmond
Burns, Eveline M.
Burr, Harold S.
Burton, Ernest R.
Bush, George
Butler, Carol D.
Butler, Trish
Bye, Herman
Byers, Elvin P.
Bynum, Robert
Calhoon, James L.
Califano, Joseph A., Jr.
Callahan, John J.
Callison, James C.
Campbell, John R.
Carlucci, Frank
Cantor, Eddie
Cardozo, Benjamin N.
Cardwell, James B.
Carlson, Lenore R.
Carmony, Joseph
Carpenter, Chester
Carpenter, J. Reed
Carpenter, Martin F.
Carroll, John J.
Carter, Douglas
Carter, Eugene C.
Carter, James E.
Celebreezze, Anthony
Champ, Donald E.
Chase, James
Chassman, Deborah A.
Chater, Shirley S.
Chen, Y.P.
Childs, Andria
Chin, Leslie S.
Chodoff, Peter
Christensen, Horace
Christgau, Victor
Cindrich, Joseph
Ciulla, Andrew
Clague, Ewan
Clarke, Mildred
Clearman, Wilfred J.
Clemmer, Bennie
Clinton, William J.
Coady, Edward R.
Coakley, Joseph H.
Cobb, Winston
Cochrane, Cornelius
Cochrane, L.J.
Cogan, Ben
Cohen, Eloise
Cohen, Joel
Cohen, Louis C.
Cohen, Stephen B.
Cohen, Wilbur J. (Folder 1)
Cohen, Wilbur J. (Folder 2)
Cohen, Wilbur J. (Photos)
Coll, Blanche D.
Colletta, Camillo E.
Collins, Bettye
Collins, Maurice
Columbus, Joseph C.
Colvin, Carolyn
Commissioners & Board Members (Photos)
Commons, Ellen M.
Commons, John R.
Cook, Cecil
Cook, H. Dale
Cooper, Heyman C.
Cooper, William F.
Cooter, John H.
Corbett, Leo
Cornish, Clem
Corre, Joseph
Corson, John J.
Cote, Charles
Cotton, Paul
Couchod, B. Carlton
Coughlin, Charles E. (Father)
Couper, Walter J.
Covey, Lucille V.
Coy, Wayne
Coyne, Brian D.
Cozens, Gayle
Crabbe, Buster
Crank, Sandy
Cummins, William H.
Creech, Herbert C.
Crenson, Charlotte
Cresswell, William
Cronin, Bernard J.
Cronin, Michael A.
Crooks, Hank
Crosby, Reg
Crouch, Sam
Crowell, Benedict
Cruikshank, Nelson H.
Cullen, Francis J.
Cumming, Roger
Cummings, Homer S.
Cummins, Jack
Dahm, Carl H.
Dalbey, Gertrude
Dapper, Nancy J.
Darby, Chester C.
Daum, Harry
Davenport, Clifton E.
David, Alvid M.
Davis, J.
Davis, Rhoda M.G.
Davis, Ronald L.
Davis, Russell
Davis, Sue
Dawson, William F.
Degeorge, Frank
Dehn, Glen
Delehey, William
Dell'acqua, Frank
Delle Bovi, Charles J.
Del Rosso, Raymond
De Lucas, Louis J.
De Maar, Michael H.
Derthick, Martha A.
De Sanctis, Anthony
De Schweinitz, Elizabeth M.
De Schweinitz, Karl
Detweiler, Marie
Deutch, Jacob
Devine, Donald E.
Deviny, John J.
Dewberry, Maurice D.
DeWitt, Larry
Dewson, Mary W.
Diamonnd, Lee
Di Benedetto, Philip J.
Dickel, G. Karl
Dickerson, Horace L.
Dierdorff, Curtis L.
Digiogio, Edmond
Disman, Bea
Dill, William L.
Dimaio, Adam
Dipalo, Ernie
Dipentima, Renato
Disturco, Peter
Doerer, Donald E.
Doggette, Herbert R., Jr.
Dooley, Wally
Donkar, Eli
Donnelly, Glenna
Dorr, L. Wesley
Dopkin, Lee
Dotterer, Harold
Dowd, Kenneth G.
Dowling, Delmar
Drain, James A.
Driver, William J.
Drummond, Alfred
Duey, Glen W.
Duey, Joseph
Dulles, Eleanor Lansing
Dunaway, Emmett
Dunn, Howard
Dunn, Loula F.
Dunn, Robert
Duvall, Robert
Duzor, Deidre
Dwyer, Charles E.
Dye, Larry
Dyer, John R.
Dykes, Lew
Edberg, Howard O.
Eidman, Alberta A.
Eife, Frank W.
Eisinger, Richard A.
Eisenhower, Dwight D.
Eliot, Thomas H.
Ellickson, Katherine P.
Ellison, James
Embry, Leland
Emerson, Thomas I.
Engle, Lavina
Enoff, Louis D.
Epstein, Abraham
Epstein, Lenore
Ercole, John
Erfle, Anne M.
Erisman, Charles M.
Ermatinger, William C.
Evans, Roger F.
Evans - Young, Trevor
Everett, Paul
Ewing, Oscar R.
Factor, Harris
Failla, George (Folder 1)
Failla, George (Folder 2)
Falk, Isidore S.
Farley, Alice
Faulhaber, Edwin
Fay, Donald E.
Fay, Eugene C.
Fay, Joseph L.
Feder, Goldie
Fenn, Kathryn D.
Fenwick, Robert
Ferguson, Carroll D.
Fey, Herman
Fichtner, Jason
Finch, Robert H.
Fine, Harold D.
Finegar, Wayne W.
Firth, Velma
Fisher, Gilbert C.
Fisher, Paul
Fishman, Harold
Fitch, William
Fitzpatrick, Frank
Flemming, Arthur S.
Flynn, Robert
Focarelli, Dominick
Foertschbeck, Margaret
Folsom, Marion B.
Fontenot, Kenneth
Forand, Aime J.
Forbus, James E.
Ford, Gerald
Foster, Richard S.
Fraker, Robert
Francfort, Alfred
Frank, Charlotte
Franklin, Charles L.
Frazier, Leon P.
Freedman, Al
Freedman, Milton
Friedel, Samuel N.
Friedman, Everett M.
Friedman, George
Friend, Hilton W.
Freund, Jules
Friedenberg, Irwin
Frizzera, John
Frizzell, R. Elmer
Frost, Edward J.
Fuller, Ida M.
Fuller, Ida M. (Photos)
Fuller, Ida M.
Fullerton, William D.
Fulmer, George
Fussell, Richard
Futterman, Jack
Futterman, Jack (Photos)
Gambino, Phillip
Gahan, Arleen H.
Gallaghe, George J.
Galley, Richard W.
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Gilfillan, John I.
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Gray, William
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Gross, Clifford R.
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Gruber, Herbert
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Guolo, Ely C. (Al)
Haas, James R.
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Habersham, Myrtle S.
Haddow, C. McClain
Hagan, Doyle D.
Hagen, Harry
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Hall, Alice
Hall, Carl C.
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Hallock, Harris
Halsey, Olga S.
Halter, William A.
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Hamer, Sara
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Hopkins, Harry L.
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Hunt, Faith
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Hurley, John
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Huse, James G., Jr.
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Jalbert, Russell
James, Reginald
Jefferies, Arthur L.
Jeffers, James
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Jensen, Theodore
Jeter, Helen R.
Johnakin, Richard
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Johnson, Burke, Jr.
Johnson, Hugh
Johnson, Lyndon B.
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Johnson, Robert H.
Joleson, David
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Carrier #3- Robert J. Myers Published Works

Organization Files - Carrier #4

Organization - 1935/1936
Organization - 1936
Organization - 1937
Organization - 1938
Organization - 1939
Organization - 1940
Organization - 1941
Organization - 1942
Organization - 1943
Organization - 1944
Organization - 1945
Organization - 1946
Organization - 1947
Organization - 1948
Organization - 1949
Organization - 1950
Organization - 1951
Organization - 1952
Organization - 1953
Organization - 1954
Organization - 1955
Organization - 1956
Organization - 1957
Organization - 1958
Organization - SSA -1959
Organization - 1960
Organization - 1961
Organization - 1962
Organization - 1963
Organization - Department & SSA - 1963
Organization - 1964
Organization - 1965
Organization - 1966
Organization - 1967
Organization - 1968
Organization - 1969
Manpower Utilization Review - 1969
Organization - 1970
Organization - 1971
Organization - 1972
Organization - 1973
Organization of SSI - Study on ADM 1974
Organization - 1974
Organization - 1975 (McKenna's
Background Material)
Organization - 1975
Organization - 1976
Organization - 1977
Organization - 1978
Organization - 1979
Organization - 1980
Organization - 1981
Organization - 1982
Organization - 1983
Organization - 1984
Organization - 1985
Organization - 1986
Organization - 1987
Organization - 1988
Organization - 1989
Organization - 1990
Organization - 1991
Organization - 1992
Organization - 1993
Organization - 1994
Organization - 1995
Organization - 1996
Organization - 1997
Organization - 1998
Organization - 1999
Organization - 2000
Organization &ndash 2001
Organization &ndash 2002
Organization &ndash 2003
Organization &ndash 2004
Organization &ndash 2005
Organization &ndash 2006
Organization - Regional
Organization - Policy Review Committee
Organization - Centralization & Decentralization - Early Considerations (1936 - 1939)
Organization - HDQTRS/Field Relationships
Organization and Key Officials Handbook - 1975
Organization Department
Bureau of Old Age & Survivors Insurance
Organization Department
Organization - History
Organization & Location History

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A - 76
Accountability Report Actuaries
Acus Report
Administration of SSA
Administrative Directive System (SSA)
Administrative Expenses Oasi 1940 - 1979, 01 1957 - 1979
Administrative Law Judiciary (Background)
Administrative Law Judges - 50 yrs.
Advisory Board (Social Security)
Advisory Board (Social Security) Reports: 1997-2001
ALJ Independence
ALJ Travel
Adjudicative Guides Legislative & ADM Development
ADP Planing
ADP Protests
Adult Assistance Planning
Advertising Council
Advisory Councils
Advisory Councils Background
Advisory Council - 1934
Advisory Council - 1937
Advisory Council - 1938
Advisory Council - 1939
Advisory Council - 1953
Advisory Council - 1957
Advisory Council - Health Insurance
Advisory Councils - 1938 - 1975
Advisory Council - 1947
Advisory Council - 1963
Advisory Council - 1969
Advisory Council - 1974
Advisory Council - 1974-75 (Folder 2)
Advisory Council - 1978
Advisory Council - 1982 - 1989
Advisory Council - Disability - 1986
Advisory Council - 1989 -1990
Advisory Council - 1991
Advisory Council - 1994 - 1995
Advisory Council - 1994 - 1996
Affirmative Action
Agency Strategic Plan (ASP)
Aid To Families With Dependent Children
Alien Non-Payment (Nestor Case)
Alternate Work Schedule
ALJ Bias Issues
ALJ Conduct
ALJ Handbook
ALJ Hearings
ALJ/Appeals - Studies
Alternative Pension Schemes
Alumni Association
Amendments - 1939
Amendments Signing
Amendments - 1946 - 1948
Amendments - 1950
Amendments - 1954
Amendments - 1956
Amendments - 1958
Amendments - 1960
Amendments - 1961
Amendments - 1965
Amendments - 1967
Amendments - 1969
Amendments - 1972
Amendments - 1973
Amendments - 1977
Amendments - 1980
Amendments - 1982
Amendments - 1983
Amendments - 1984
Amendments - 1985
Americans Discuss Social Security
Americans With Disabilities Act
Amish - Old Order
Analysis Division - Boasi
Anniversary - 10 th
Anniversary - 15th
Anniversary - 20th
25th Anniversary of the Signing of the Social Security Act
Anniversary - 25th (Folder 2)
25th Anniversary of Bldg.
30th Anniversary
33rd Anniversary
40th Anniversary
45th Anniversary
50th Anniversary
Anniversary - 50th - Exhibit
Anniversary - 50th (Folder 2)
Anniversary - 50th - GMU Seminar
60th Anniversary
65th Anniversary-Anniversary Garden
65th Anniversary--General
65th Anniversary-Hyde Park

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Alternative Dispute Resolution
Annual Report (Historical)
Annual Financial Statement
Annual Report - DHEW (Its Function and Ideas for Improvement)
Annual Report to Congress
Annual Stmt. Of Earnings
Annual Wage Reporting
Annual Wage Reporting
Appeals Council
Appeals Process
Appeals Process
Applications - Filing Date
Appropriations and Personnel Appointments 1938-1939
Appropriations - 1948
Archival Records - Congress
Archival Records - SSA
Area Offices
Assistance & Service to Enemy Aliens
Atlanta Region
Attorney Fees
Attorney General, Origin & Development of the Office
Audio Cassettes
Auditt - General
Automated Personal Data Systems - Secy's Advisory Committee
Awards Ceremony
Baby Boomers
Backup & Recovery PI
Ball, Robert H. (Lecture Series)
Baltimore City Hospitals - History
Baseline 1970
Basic Principles (1941 - 1944)/Basic Questions (1943 - 1945)
Basic Program Philosophy - Collection of Materials 1938-1982
Batch Systems
Bellmon Amendment
Belmont Conference
Beneficiary - 1st Jobless Benefit Check
Beneficiary - Oldest
Beneficiary Rolls - Integrity of
Beneficiary Stats
Benefits - Administrative Finality
Benefits - Application Requirements
Benefit Computation - Decoupling
Benefit Computation Factors
Beneficiaries - Outside the USA
Beneficiary - Dependency
Beneficiary - 1st To Get Lump Sum Payment (In Cents)
Beneficiary - 1st Monthly Check
Beneficiary -1,000,000th-Mary Thompson--1944
Beneficiary - First Minister to Get Check
Beneficiary - 1,000,00th DIB
Beneficiary - 1st Disability Check
Beneficiary - 3,000,000th Widow & Children
Beneficiary - 5,000,000th
Beneficiary - 8,000,000th
Beneficiary - 10,000,000th
Beneficiary - 15,000,000th
Beneficiary - 20,000,000th
Beneficiary - 24,000,000th
Beneficiary - 25,000,000th
Beneficiaries - Charter
Benefit Computations - The Notch
Benefit Computations
Benefit Payments - Accuracy
Benefits & Contribution Statement
Benefit Lump Sum Death Payment
Benefits - Critical Payment System
Benefits - Deduction Months
Benefits - Month of Attainment
Benefits - Payments Abroad
Benefits - Presumptive Quarters of Coverage
Benefits - Prisoners
Benefits - Recomputations
Benefits - Wife
Benefits - Work Deductions
Benefits - Proof of Age for Holocaust Victims
Benefits - Proposed Old Age Benefit Plans 1934 - 1935
Benefits - Taxable for IRS Purposes
Bicentennial (U.S. Constitution)
Bicentennial - Congress
Bigelow Plan
Black History in SSA
Black Lung
Blind SSA Employees (Visually Handicapped)
Bonds - Trust Fund
Book of Checks - Futterman Report & Materials - Dec.1963
Brooks Report
Buildings - Altmeyer Dedication
Buildings - Baltimore
Buildings - Butler
Buildings - Candler
Buildings - Candler Historical Marker
Buildings - General
Buildings - Hew North (Wash.,DC.)
Buildings - Justification for a New Building
Buildings - Woodlawn 25th Anniversary
Buildings - Wilbur J. Cohen
Buildings - HCFA - 1978
Buildings - National Computer Center
Buildings - Civic Howard
Buildings - Dickinson
Buildings - East
Buildings - Equitable
Buildings - Falconer
Buildings - Fallsway (Hillen)
Buildings - Computer Center & Metro West
Buildings - Metro West
Paca - Pratt Bldg.
Buildings - Government (Bldgs. In Washington)
Washington Non-SSA
Buildings - SSA - Washington
RM -2-2-8 Photographs - Woodlawn Models
RM-2-8 Woodlawn Bldg. - Newspaper Articles Gen.
Buildings - Woodlawn Complex (Folder 1)
Buildings - Woodlawn Complex (Folder 2)
Buildings - ODIO
Buildings - Woodlawn Drive
Buildings - National Space Inventory
Buildings - PSCS
Buildings - 707
Buildings - Veteran's Memorial
Buildings - West
Buildings - Wilkes Barre
Bureau of Employment Security
Bureau of Federal Old-Age Benefits
Bureau Reports
Capacity (Computer)
Cartoon Mats on SS
Census Records
Center for Retirement Research (Reports)
Central Office Bulletin
Central Planning Staff
Case Control Systems
Centenarians, Beneficiaries
Chamber of Commerce
Chart Book - VA
Channel 55
Checks - Direct Deposit
Children - Disability/SSI
Children's Bureau
China Visit
Chinese Delegation 03/29/99

Subject Files: Carrier #7-
Circular - A -76
Civil Defense
Civil Defense in WW II History (8/1/50)
Civil Service Reform Act
Civil War Pensions (South)
Civilian War Assistance Program (CWA)
Civilian War Benefits Program (CWB)
Claims Folders
Claims - Claim Numbers
Claims - Lump Sum
CMP - Fose
Claims Modernization Project
Claims Pars
Clark Amendment
Claims Policy
Claims Policy Functions - 1954
Claims Procedures & Forms-- 1930s-40s
Claims Process
Claims Review Study
Classification Activities
Client Satisfaction
Codes - SSA Records Management
College Accreditation
Combined Wage Reporting
Commemorative Postal Card
Commissioner (New) Briefing Material - 1983
Commissioner's Decisions - 1988
Commissioner Decision
Commissioner Submittals
Commissioners Executive Staff Meeting Reports
Committee Management
Communist Employer - Effect on Coverage
Computations - Old Start
Computers (Museum)
Computers for Kids
Computer Museum - Milestones of a Revolution
Conduct - Standards of
Confederate Veterans
Confidentiality (Privacy-Folder 1)
Confidentiality (Folder 2)
Confidence Report
Confidentiality - War Criminals
Congress (General)
Congressional Inquiries Guide
Congressional Witnesses (Information On)
Consultant Studies
Consumer Price Index
Copyright - Common Law
Continuous 1% of Work History Sample
Correspondence with IRS 1937-1939
Correspondence with IRS 1940-1942
County - Business Patterns
Courier, Social Security
Court Cases (Nonacquiessence)
Coverage - Government Employees
Coverage - Farmers
Coverage - For Ministers
Court Cases
Cuban Refugee Program
CRS Studies 1982 & 9/1983
Congressional Research Service (CRS) Studies - 1984 - 1991
CRS Studies - 1992
CRS Studies - 1993 - 1994
CRS Studies - 1995 - 1996
CRS Studies - 1997
CRS Studies - 1998
CRS Studies - 1999
CRS Studies - 2000-2001
Data Management
Day Care
DDS Automation
Death Benefit - Proof of Death
Death Benefits
Death Benefits - Felonious Homocide
Death Records
Debt Management
Dedication Ceremonies - New District Office Flushing, New York
Dentists - 1st To Get SSN
Department Secretary (New Briefing Materials -1983)
Department (History Of)
Depression - Era Background Material
Direct Deposit
Direct Deposit - United Kingdom
Direct Deposit - Service Unit
Directory (Historical)
Disability - Allowance Rates
Disability - Appeals - SSA Advocate Representation
Disability - Allowance Trends - 1975
Disability - 1st Claimant
Disability - Brees Disability Report
Disability - Boyd, Gerald
Disability - Budget
Disability (History Of)
Disability (History Of)
Disability - Business Process
Disability - Continuing Disability Reviews
Disability - Voc & Dac
Disability - Harrison Report - 1960
Disability - Koitz Report - 1977
Disability - Legislative History
Disability - Fact Book House Of Representatives
Disability - GAO Report - 1959
Disability - 5yr.Progress Report - Hess
Disability - DDS
Disability Denials
Disability - CDI - 1982
Disability - Index of Files in ODO
Disability - Medical Consultant Staff
Disability - Medical Advisory Committee
Disability - Medical Evidence
Disability - Medical Improvement
Disability Models Briefing
Disability - Myths of Disability
Disability -- DCP Report on Modern
Disability -- Modernized System
Disability Process Redesign
Disability - Program Analysis - Work Group Report - 1977
Disability - Progress Report - 1985
Disability - Protection Offered - Issue Paper - 1973
Disability - Reference Materials
Disability Studies
Disability - State Agencies - DDS
Disability Studies II
Disability - Suspension (Temporary) of CDI'S - 1984
Disability Task Force - 1980
Disabiltiy- Ticket To Work
Disability - Workload Realignment to PSCIA (Aged 62-64)
Disability - Workloads
Disabled - National & International Years
Disabled Worker Beneficiaries
Disabled Workers
Disaster Procedure
Disaster Response

Subject Files: Carrier #8-

Disclosure Policy
Distribution Lists
District Offices - Boundary Lines 1936
District Offices - Personnel Selections & Locations (1936)
District Offices - "Closings"
District Office - Managers
District Office - Regional Distribution Facilities Report
District Office - Adjudication
District Office - Classification
District Office - Classification
District Offices - Federal Field Structure Assessment
District Offices Field MGRS Conference Reg. IX - 1938
District Offices - Final Authorization of Claims
District Office - GAO Report
District Offices - Metropolitan Branch Office Guide - 1968
District Offices - Manpower Utilization
District Office - Mobility Policy
District Offices - Service Area Review
District Offices - Reclassification 1936
District Office Work Enhancement Project (DOWEP)
District Office Work Sampling Project
District Offices Workload Reports
District Offices - Establishment
District & Branch Office Locations & Managers - 4/3/37
District Offices - Historical Miscellaneous
District Offices - Arkansas
District Office - California, Long Beach
District Office - California, Oakland
District Office - Florida, Fort Lauderdale
District Office - Florida, Orlando
District Office - Illinois, Joliet
District Office - Indiana, Gary
District Office - Iowa, Des Moines
District Office - Kansas, Topeka
District Office - Michigan, Highland Park
District Office - NH. - Manchester
District Office - Hackensack, NJ.
District Office - Ohio, Columbus
District Office - Toledo, Ohio
District Office - Puerto Rico
District Office - Missouri, St. Louis (South)
District Office - Austin, TX. (1st)
District Office - TX. - Corpus Christie
District Office - VA., Petersburg
District Office - Wash., Seattle
District Office - Beckley, W.VA.
District Office - Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Division of Accounting Operations
DOC - Salinas
DOC - Wilkes-Barre
Document Analysis Laboratory
Document Lab (Fraud)
Dog Tag
Downey Legislative History Books
Drug Testing
Early Days - Personal Recollections
Early Social Insurance Movement in the United States 1890 - 1929
Earnings - Annual Reporting
Earnings - Combined Annual Reporting IRS - SSA Cooperative Agreement
Earnings - Establishment & Maintenance
Earnings - Key Names & Derivatives
Earnings - Query
Earnings - Request Form OHR - 7004
Earnings - Reporting & Posting
Earnings - Record
Earnings - Records - Request for Earnings
Earnings - Periodic Statement Project
Earnings - Posted
Earnings - Posting Problems - 1983
Earnings Sharing
Earnings - Stamp System
Earnings Statement
Earnings Statement Project
Earnings - Suspense File - 1978
Earnings, Unposted
Economic Security Act
Economic Security Committee
Eisenhower Library (President)
Electronic Data Processing(punching)
Electronic Fund Transfer - Foreign Benefit Payments
Electronic Pub. Workgroup
Emergency (Repatriaton) Planning
Employee Activity Association 1941 - 1943
Employees Awards - SSA
Employee Communications (Early)
Employee Development
Employee - DAO 1936
Interviews - 1978- With Employees Hired in 1936
Employee Identification Number, Application & Card
Employee Safety
Employee Services
Employer Identification Number Application (SS-4)
Employment Brochure
Employment Policies
Employment - Post WWII - Full Employment
Employment - Services Offices Assignment of SSA Employees - 1939
EMS (Evaluation Measurement System)
Enemy Aliens Assistance Program
Enumeration - Enumeration Manual
Enumeration at Birth
Enumeration - District Office Direct Input (DODI)
Enumeration Systems
Entitlement Reviews
Enumerating Dependents for Income Tax Purposes
Environmental Scanning Report No. 2
Ethical Conduct
Eutaw Place
Evolution and Leadership of the SSA Operational Policy Function
Executive Development Program
Executive Handbook
Executive Staff Meeting Reports
Executive Training Programs
Experts - Early SS Board Employees
Experts on SS Board - 1937
Family Assistance Plan (FAP)
Family Assistance Plan (FAP)- Folder 2
Federal Credit Union (Bureau Of)
Federal Employees' News Digest
Federal Records Center Handbook
Federal Security Agency - Origin & Development
Federal Security Agency
Federal Trade Commission
Federalism - Principles
Federalist (Newsletter)
Federal Women's Program - 1978
Fee Charging
Field Administration
Field Offices
Field Office Closings
Field Structure Study - 1983
Financial Report
First Check - By District Office
Fiscal Grams 1967-1968
Flags and Seal (DHEW)
Flextime Program
Flexoline Files
Folder Storage Oper. (W/B)
Food Stamps (SSI)
Foreign Claims Process
Forms - Early
Form - SS 5 - Proposed Form 6/16/36
Form - SS - 5 Microfilm Stored in National Archives - 1939
Forms - Racial Designation 1963 - 1965
Forum - 1988
Forum Lectures
Fraternal Order of Eagles
Freeze on Personal Actions - 1979
Gallaudet College
General Accounting Office
General Accounting Office Reports
Germany - Social Insurance
Goals & Objectives
Goals & Objectives (DCFAM)
Gold Standard
Government Representative Project (hearings)
Gramm - Rudman - Hollings Act
Greenspan Commission
Group Incentive Pay Experiment

Subject Files: Carrier #9-
Hart Case (Judith )
Health Activities of the Department (Hew-HHS)
Health Care
Health Incentives Reform Program (Ronald Reagan)
HCFA (Health Care Financing Administration)
Health Care of the Aged Financial Considerations
Health Insurance - Advisory Medical Committee of Comm. On Economic Security Reports (1934 - 1935)
Health Insurance Act of 1965
Health Insurance Benefits Advisory Council (HIBAC) - 1965
Health Insurance Benefits Advisory Council - 1966
Health Insurance Benefits Advisory Council - 1968
Health Insurance (Bureau) 1970 Reorganization
Health Insurance Considerations (1951 - 1954) (1960 - 1963)
Health Insurance - Deductible & Co-Insurance Amounts
Health Insurance - Hi Card
Health Insurance - Expenditures
Health Insurance - Medicare Hand Book
Health Insurance - Movement in the USA
Health Insurance - Murray-Wagner-Dingell Bill
Health Insurance - Private Payment Organizations
Health Insurance (Proposals for National System)
Health Insurance - Public Opinion Polls (1946 - 1947)
Health Insurance - Role of DOA in Administration
Health Insurance - Source Material & Chronology
Health Insurance - Systems of Remuneration
Health Needs of the Nation - Pres. Truman Commission
HHS - Display of SSA History
Hearings & Appeals Process
Hearings & Appeals - 1940
Hispanic American Advisory Committee
Historical Research
History Room
History - Administrative & Legislative
Historical Inquiry Form
Historical Photos (Misc.)
Historical Program
Historical Office
Histories - Other Agencies
History - DAO - 1953
History - National Historical Publications & Records Committee
History Room - SSA (Folder #1)
History Room - SSA (Folder #2)
History Room Photos
History - SSA
History Program Directive
History Room Tour (Info)
History Room - Dept.
History - Value Of
History Quizzes
Hohaus Committee on Boasi - 1958
Hoover Commission of 1955
Hospital Insurance
Housing Service - SSA
Immediate Payment for Critical Cases
Incentive Pay
Identity Theft
Income & Resources of Population 65 & Over
Income Maintenance - 1968 "Non-Task Force"
Income Tax - Pay As You Go - 1943
SSA - Independent Agency
Independent Agency
Independent Agency
Independent Agency
Independent Agency
Independent Agency
Briefing Books for Staats Panel on Independent Agency
Independent Agency Bill
Indexing of Benefits
Indians - Historical Overview
Industrial Pension Plans Affected by the SS Act - 1936
Information Pamphlet Withdrawn
Information Systems
Informational Services
Informational Issuance - Region II (NY) - 1937/1938
Inquiries Guide for Congressional Offices
Inspector General
Insurance - Social & Private Basic Concepts
Internal Communications
Internal Control Activity
Internal Revenue Service
International Activities & Visitors
International Agreements General
International Agreements - Belgium
International Agreements - Canada
International Agreements - Great Britain
International Agreements - Ireland
International Agreements - Italy
International Agreements - Japan
International Agreements - Norway
International Agreements - Poland
International Agreements - Sweden
International Agreements - Switzerland
International Agreements - West Germany
ILO - International Labor Organization
International Newsletter
International Operations
International Organizations SSA - Associated
International Social Security Association (ISSA)
International Union of Family Organization
Internet - SSA
Internet Messages
Interviewing in SSA - De Scheinitz
Investigation & Audit Function
IRS - Correspondence with Social Security 1935-1937
Italian Visit - Schottland
It's Procurement Process
Kennedy Library
Kerrey Commission
Key Workload Indicators
Kiosk Project
Labor & Employee Relations Bulletin
Labor Research Group Conference - 1946
Labor - U.S. Dept.
Labor Relations
Lawsuits Against HHS
Leads Program
Legislation 1940’s
Legislation - 103 rd Congress
Libraries - Federal Depository
Library of Congress
Libraries - Presidential
Litigation Process
Lighting Project - History Room
Long Range Planning
Long Range Planning - 1981
Lump Sum Benefits
Machinery and Equipment
Mailing List - Bob Ball
Mailing Lists (How to Request)
Management Associations
Management Development
Management Information
Management Newsletter
Marriage (Ceremonial - Proof of)
Matching Operations
Matching Projects
McKinley & Frase Book (ADM of the SS Act)
PI-2 Media (1 of 2)
PI-2 Media (2 of 2)
Medical Care, The Committee on the Cost of
Medicare - 1 st Card - Tony Palcaorolla
Medicare Administration Contracting - 1974 Report
Medicare - Antecedents
Medicare -Catastrophic Medicare
Medicare - Cost
Medicare - Coverage of Drugs
Medicare - Drug Task Force
Medicare - Enrollment
Medicare - Evaluation
Medicare - Historical Background
Medicare Early Planning (1960 - 1965)
Medicare - Prescription Drug Benefit of 2003
Medicare Program Charts
Medicare- Selection of Part B Carriers-Folder 1
Medicare- Selection of Part B Carriers-Folder 2
Medicare - State Buy-In
Medicare - Systems
Medicare On-line
Medicare - On Site Monitors
Medicare - First Application for Medical Insurance
Medicare - Fraud & Abuse
Medicare Game
Medicare HMO's - Historical
Medicare - Initial Enrollment
Medicare - Medi Game
Medicare Handbook
Medicare - Re-Imbursement Principles
Memorial Garden-SSA

Subject Files: Carrier #10-
Mexico Border Conference
Mexico Lectures - Futterman - 1971
Migrant Workers
Military Wage Credits
Mission Statements, SSA
Modular Disability Folder
Money Worth
Monitoring of Phone Calls
Morale Survey
MOU SSA/Treasury
Move - SSA to Washington - 1978
Murals - Photos & History
National Academy of Social Insurance (NASI )
NASI Newsletters, etc., 1988-1999
NASI Newsletters, etc., 2000-2001
NAS Study
National Archival Records
National Commission on Social Security Reform
National Commission on Social Security Reform - 1981
National Committee to Preserve Social Security & Medicare
National Computer Center
National Historical Publication & Records Commission (1985 & 1986 Annual Reports)
National Organization On Disability
National Performance Review
National Resources Planning Board
New Yorker Article
News Media
Non - English Speaking Service
Northern Mariana Islands
Notch - Ways & Means - 1986
OASDI Buildings in Baltimore
OASDI Review of Administration 1960-1969
OASIS Cartoons by Mr. Lawlor
OASIS Info.(Mission etc.)
Oasis on the Move
OASDI Programs
Obituaries-- Misc.
Objectives - SSA
ODISP Newsletter 2007 -
Office of Assessment
Office of Central Records Operations (OCRO)
Office of Child Support & Enforcement (OCSE)
Office of Civil Rights & Equal Opportunities (OCREO)
Office of Disability Operations (ODO)
Office of Disability & International Operations (ODIO)
Office of Family Assistance
Office of Finance, Assessment, & Management
Office of the Future Workgroup
Office of General Counsel
Office of General Counsel - 1936 - 1937 Opinions
Office of Governmental Affairs
Hearings & Appeals (Office of)
OHA Automation
OHA Business Processes
OHA Early Notification
OHA Paperless Pilot
OHA Productivity
OHA - Re-inventing Appeals
OHA - Short-term Initiatives
OHA Initiatives - Status Reports
OHA Studies
OMB Disability/Hearing Briefing
Office of Hearings & Appeals
OHA - Workloads
Office of Inspector General
Office of International Policy
Office of Training
OGC - Legal Services to the Field
OGC - Organization - 1986
Office of Legislative & Regulatory Policy - Organization
Office of Management Mini-Forum - 1989
Office of Management, Budget, & Personnel Evaluation 1975
Office of Public Affairs
Office of Refugee Resettlement
Office of Research & Statistics
Office of Research & Statistics
Office of Strategic Planning - Organization
Office of Training
Oklahoma City Bombing
Old Age Dependency
Old Pamphlets & Booklets
Old Publications - Regional Offices
Old Publications - PSC
Older Americans Act
Omnibus Budget - 1990
Operations - Claims Manual - 1941
Operations - Field Supervisors Manual - 1938
Operations Research Project
Operating Pars
Operations Studies
Oral - History
Oral - History (Folder #1)
Oral - History (Folder #2)
Orientation for New Appointees - November 2001
Other SSA Buildings
Paperless Agency
Paperless Processing
Pay Scales
Payment of Accuracy
Payment Cycling
Roosevelt - Pen
Pen - Pix FDR - Signing
Pensions - Confederate
Pensions in the USA - 1952 - Study by Bob Ball
Periodic Statement of Earnings
Personnel & Staffing
Performance Standards, Goals, & OMS
Personnel - 1937 Policy, "Experts", On Duty
Personnel - Merit Pay
Personnel Merit Standards State U.C. & Public Assistance
Personnel - Performance Management & Recognition System
Personnel - Placement Policy - 1978
Personnel - Special Placement
Personnel - SSA Employment Plan - 1987
Personnel - Top Staff - 1978
Phillipine Claims
Phillipine Visit
Photo Files
Photos Misc.
Photos 1940’s
Photos 1950’s
Photo Publication - Release Form
Photographic Unit
Planning - Long Range
Policy Council - Folder 1
Policy Council - Folder 2
Policy - Background References
Policy Process Re-engineering
Political Philosophy
Poms on CD - Rom
Poor Laws - England
Population Growth
Position Classification
Post Card - Commemorative (ISSA)
Post Office
P/E Systems
Poverty Index

Subject Files: Carrier #11-
Presidential Commission on Social Security-- 2001
Presidential Election - 1936
Presidential Quotations
Presidential Reports
Presidential Signings
President's Widow - Eligibility for SS Benefits
Press Digest - Early
Productivity - Field - GAO Report 1985
Program Data
Program Directives System
Program Evaluation
Program Integrity
Program Notes
Program Operations Manual System (POMS)
Program Simplification
Program Simplification Task Force Report 1974
Proof of Age
Proof of Age Study 1965-1966
PSC - Disability Cases Transfer
PSC - Baltimore (Discontinued 1965)
PSC - General
Payment & Program Centers
Evolution & Leadership of Program Service Centers
PSC History
40 th Anniversary - - GLPSC
40 th Anniversary - - MAMPSC
40 th Anniversary - - MATPSC
40 th Anniversary - - SEPSC
40 th Anniversary - - WNPSC
PSC - Great Lakes (Chicago)
PSC - Mid-America (Kansas City)
PSC - Mid-Atlantic (Philadelphia)
PSC - Northeast (New York)
PSC - Southeast (Birmingham)
PSC - New Orleans
PSC - Western (San Francisco)
PSC - Miscellaneous
PSC - International Operations
PSC - Modular Organization
PSC - Modularization
PSC - Publications
PSC - Workforce Profile 1981
Presidential Visit - 1966 Awards Ceremony
Proof of Age
Public Confidence
Public Assistance Materials
Public Assistance Bureau 1945 Materials
Publications Catalog
Publications - SSA
Public Information
Public Inquires
Public Welfare
Puerto Rico Offices
Quality Appraisal
QA System for ALJS
Quality Assurance
Quality Circles
Railroad Board/Social Security Admin. Program Relationships
RR Retirement Act
RR Retirement Commission Study - 1971
Railroad Retirement
Raising the Income for the Poor
Recollections - Early
Record Keeping Operations
Records Retention
Redelegations to the Commissioner
Refocusing the SMP
Refugee Resettlement
Regional Boundaries
Regional Conferences
Regional Director
Regional Management Forums
Regional Office - Atlanta
Regional Office - New York
Region III - Charlottesville, Philadelphia
Regional Office - Dallas
Regional Office - Denver, Colorado
Regional Commissioners - Role (Representatives)
Regional Offices - 1936 Location & Directors
Regional Offices - Task Force Rep. 10/70
Regional Offices - Directory - General
Regional Offices Restructuring
Regional Offices - Wynkoop' Study
Regional Publications
Regulations #1, #2, #3
Reinventing Government
Remington Rand Contracts - 1937
Reorganization 1979 Series 1-48
Reorganizational History
Reorganization of Welfare & Social Security Activities
Rep. Payee
Replacement Rates
Request for Statement of Earnings Form 7004
Research & Statistics Notes Catalog
RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program)
Retirees - Request for Historical Data
Retirement - A History of (Early) Retirement
Retirement Test - 1
Retirement Test - 2
Revolution (Computers)
RFID Tagging for Property Control
Roosevelt Library
Royal Typewriter Company
RSI Leads Program
Russia Visit
Russian Trip
Satellite Network - SSA
Save our Security Organization
Scott's Amendment (Expedited Payments)
Seal - Department
Seal -FSA
Seal - Great Seal of the USA
Seal - SSA/Board
Self - Employment (Coverage)
Senate's History
Service Area Review District Office
Service Delivery
Service Area Directory
SSA Service to the Public (Maldono Report 1978)
"Service to the Public"
Short-term Disability Project (mid-1990s)
Sipebes Study
Signature Proxies
Significant Activities Reports
Smithsonian - Project


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