This accession consists of Smithsonian Announcements, 1965-1969, 1978-1993; Office Memoranda, numbers 1-854 (1946-1992); numerous Staff Handbooks, and volumes 1-4 of the Smithsonian Staff Bulletin (1986-1989 - incomplete). A list of Smithsonian Announcements, 1990-1993, is in Box 1 (with announcement names). An index and list to Office Memoranda is in Box 1.
This accession consists of Smithsonian Directives (SD), Smithsonian Office Memoranda (OM), and Smithsonian Staff Handbooks (SSH) which detail Smithsonian Institution policies.
These records consist of Smithsonian Announcements, Office Memoranda, Special Memoranda, Staff Handbooks, and various forms used in Smithsonian offices. The records include correspondence, drafts and other background materials surrounding the creation of these documents. The Announcements concern office name changes, reorganizations, personnel title and duty changes, and the appointment of …
This accession consists of inter-office memoranda, reports, budgets, correspondence, and some publications concerning Office of the Treasurer activities.
This accession consists primarily of the Read Files of Smithsonian Institution Press (SIP) from 1985-1989. The files are composed of photocopies of outgoing correspondence from various SIP staff, and of intra- and inter-office memoranda. In addition, there is a file of Miscellaneous Correspondence from the Director's Office, which dates from 1970 to …
These records were maintained by James M. Murphy. He served as Chief Engineer, Engineering and Construction Branch, BMD, 1964-1974; Chief, Engineering and Design Branch, OFPES, 1974-1977; Chief, Facilities Data Branch, OFPES, 1978-1980; Supervisory Engineer, ODC, 1981; and Quality Control Senior Engineer, ODC, 1982- . This record unit primarily documents the Arts and Industries Building renovation and …
These records consist of correspondence and inter-office memoranda concerning Division of Performing Arts (DPA) activities; sales reports; photographs; flyers for the Black American Culture program; records concerning the Festival of American Folklife; newspaper and journal articles on DPA activities and other cultural events.
This accession consists of correspondence to and from the Assistant Secretary for Research; office memoranda to and from the Smithsonian Institution Secretary and other heads of various departments at the National Museum of Natural History (NMNH); research reports and proposals; annual reports; budget proposals; audit reports; minutes from various committee …
These records for the most part date from 1960, when Ann S. Campbell became Supervisory Management Analyst in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration. These records include correspondence, organization charts, project reports, audit reports, directives (with background information), various task force minutes, MAO internal records, and informational files, reflecting …
Enoch Steen Collection
Steen, Richard (merchant)
Enoch Steen was born in Norway in 1888. His family moved to the United States and settled in Minnesota in 1890. In 1913 he began working with Meyer & Company, a tailor-to-trade business in Chicago. This company had acquired the American Woolen Mills Company from Sears, Roebuck & Co. in 1900. Meyer & Company also sold clothes under the names of Paragon Tailoring Company and the Lincoln Trading Company. Steen's principal duties were sales and advertising.