This accession consists of an online version of the 2012 Smithsonian Institution Annual Report as it existed on October 22, 2013. Due to technical issues, video is not included in this accession and content may not scroll properly. Materials are in electronic format.
This accession consists of administrative subject files of the Office of Smithsonian Institution Archives and its predecessor, the Smithsonian Institution Archives. The files document a range of activities including collection space management, microfilm procedures and projects, reference, description, and self-surveys. Materials include ...
This accession consists of Smithsonian Institution Research Reports and photographs.
This accession consists of publications produced by the Office of Public Affairs, such as Brochures, booklets, flyers, calendar of events, advertisements, and guides. Publications include "Calendar of Events" (1986-1991), advertisements in the Washington Post newspaper (1992-1998), visitor guides, and information on research opportunities ...
This accession consists of records maintained by Office of Smithsonian Institution Archives Directors William W. Moss and Ethel W. Hedlin. Materials include planning documents and reports for several review committees (1980-1990), records of the Archives reorganization in 1993 and the short-lived Office of History, Archives, and National ...
These records were maintained by William Moss, Archivist/Director of the Office of Smithsonian Institution Archives (OSIA). Materials include correspondence and memoranda which document plans to develop the Suitland Collections Research Center.
This accession includes a reference set of the publication "Inside Smithsonian Research" (Numbers 1-23), which documents research in art, history, and science at the Smithsonian Institution. The publication was formerly known as the newsletter "Smithsonian Institution Research Reports" (1972-2003).
This accession consists of a record set of the publication "Guides to Collections" (Volumes 1-17).
This accession consists of annual reports of the Smithsonian Institution.
These are working files most of which are drafts of Volume II. There is significant information concerning the National Anthropological Archives, which was not included in Volume II of the Photographic Survey. Some materials are in electronic format.