This accession consists of records created and maintained for the Executive Assistant, William N. Richards, Jr. (WNR), Office of the Assistant Secretary for Museum Programs.
This accession consists of the correspondence and subject files of former Assistant Secretary for Museum Programs, Paul N. Perrot. Also included are some correspondence and memoranda of William N. Richards, former Executive Assistant to the Assistant Secretary for Museum Programs. The records document collections management in Smithsonian Institution museums; recruitment …
This accession consists of budget files for the former Office of the Assistant Secretary for History and Art, as well as the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Museums. The records include memoranda and correspondence pertaining to budget reviews and recommendations, opening positions for each fiscal year, requests for trust …
This record unit documents the work of the Assistant Secretary for Museum Programs, Paul N. Perrot, over a substantial period of his tenure and the tenure of his successor, William N. Richards. Records concern issues of general Smithsonian Institution administration and policy, as well as more specific topics dealing with …
This accession consists of the records of the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Museums and documents dealings with various other Smithsonian Institution administrative offices, museums, and related organizations such as the Association of Art Museum Directors, the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, and the White House Historical Association.
This accession consists of miscellaneous subject files created and maintained by Assistant Secretary for Museum Programs, Paul N. Perrot (1972-1983). Subjects include the South Quadrangle development project, the National Museum Act, the Museums Training Project, and Smithsonian Institution Libraries (SIL).
External Organizations Records
This accession consists of files of the Assistant Secretary for Museum Programs, Paul N. Perrot, concerning the American Association of Museums (AAM). Records include correspondence, meeting minutes, and speeches.
This accession consists of records pertaining to the bicentennial of the French Revolution exhibition and events. Materials include exhibit scripts, press releases, official project packages, applications for facilities for special events, request for building service forms, and correspondence/memoranda referring to language translations and exhibition funding and publications.
This accession consists of correspondence, memoranda, notes, proposals, sketches, architectural drawings; photocopied newspaper articles; published and unpublished manuscripts; pamphlets; photographs; and testimonies.
These records document the development of the Office's mandate. There is extensive correspondence with Smithsonian bureaus and administrators, American and foreign government bodies at all levels, various learned societies, foundations, and other private organizations. The records also include correspondence of the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Museum Programs, chiefly …