These records document scheduled educational resources and public program offerings. Program booklets provide a listing of events, exhibitions, workshops, tours, curriculum resources, audiovisual loans, and a variety of public programs for audiences of all ages. Materials include schedule booklets.
In Smithsonian printed schedule (Smithsonian Pub. Number 170). Title page in Powell's hand ? Note on page  in hand of A. S. Gatschet.
Contains 64 entries. Copy in Department of Interior schedule, from original entries made in a memorandum book last known to be in the possession of the author's grandson, Professor William Preston Johnson, of the Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Virginia.
Clerk's copy in parallel columns, in U. S. Department of Interior printed schedule, evidently from Numbers 778 and 951.
Recorded in Powell's Schedule in Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages. 1796 terms.
The documents are listed in the schedule (catalog) in chronological order. Given is the Congress and session, document number, and brief description of contents of the document.
An artificial collection of sports memorabilia and printed ephemera organized according to sport. Examples of contents include team programs, season schedules and advertising.This collection has been integrated into the Archives Center Business Americana Collection (NMAH.AC.0404).
This collection consists of the central file for the HUT and documents the technical history of the construction of the actual flight artifact. The six cubic feet of material includes drawings as well as the following types of project documentation: project outlines, progress and status reports, memorandums, summaries, schedules, and proposals.