This accession consists of records documenting the consulting services provided by the American Association for State and Local History as a program supported by the National Museum Act. Materials include copies of consultant reports deposited with the Smithsonian Institution Libraries.
This material consists of a consultant's report regarding Smithsonian Institution computer service. "Data Processing Review," February 1966 Peat Marwick Mitchell & Co.
This accession consists of appointment letters, curricula vitae, personnel papers, and related materials for Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory No-Fee Consultants.
These records deal chiefly with the completion of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden's building on the Mall. There are also some materials from Bradley's earlier career.
These records document Frank A. Taylor's work as both Consultant to Secretary S. Dillon Ripley, and as Research Associate for the Office of Museum Programs. Included are correspondence, memoranda, reports, handwritten notes, budgets, and newspaper clippings regarding four major projects: the Mid-American Center, Arkansas; the Smithsonian ...
Records contain plans and specifications for the renovation of the old Patent Office Building as well as information on interior furnishings and equipment for the Museum. Also included are designs for the renovation of part of the Renwick Gallery.
Collection documents transportation analyst, consultant and planner Frank H. Waring and his consulting firm The Waring Group, Inc.
This accession consists of records maintained by Dorothy Rosenberg after James C. Bradley's death. Materials relate primarily to a publication Bradley was preparing on "events," and include other topical files relating to Smithsonian offices and museums.