F. Raymond Fosberg Papers
This accession includes incoming and outgoing correspondence of F. Raymond Fosberg with professional colleagues documenting his research as a botanist and biogeographer, c. 1949-1973 (note: correspondence is in alphabetical arrangement A-E, M-Z. F-L is missing); administrative records maintained by Fosberg on Smithsonian and National Museum of Natural History programs and offices …
Phillip S. Hughes Oral History Interviews
The Smithsonian Institution Archives began its Oral History Program in 1973. The purpose of the program is to supplement the written documentation of the Archives' record and manuscript collections with an Oral History Collection, focusing on the history of the Institution, research by its scholars, and contributions of its staff. Program …
The Archives would like to thank Frederick J. Collier and Martin A. Buzas for their assistance in the transfer of these records to the Archives.
This accession consists of records that document the work of the Assistant Secretary for Administration during the tenure of John F. Jameson.
The major portion of these records was created during the tenure of Philip Ritterbush. Also included is some material from Ritterbush's tenure as Special Assistant to the Secretary for Scientific Matters, 1964-1967, and as Assistant to the Secretary for Policy Analysis and Planning, 1967-1968. These items apparently were integrated into the records …
These records are the official administrative files of the Office of the Director of the National Museum of Natural History (NMNH), 1973-1975. Porter M. Kier was appointed to that position on January 14, 1973. For an administrative history of the Office of the Director, see Record Unit 155.
This accession consists of records documenting budget planning for museums and offices at the Smithsonian Institution. Materials include the correspondence, memoranda, and notes of Nancy D. Suttenfield, Director of the Office of Planning and Budget; working files pertaining to building restoration and renovation projects; reports; meeting minutes; allotments and allocations …
This accession consists of fiscal year budget files for 1979. Records are organized by Smithsonian office or bureau, and include budget calls, justifications, and other working papers.
These records consist entirely of newspaper clippings concerning the Smithsonian Institution. Arrangement generally follows an alphabetic file plan. Clippings concerning the Sea-Link submarine disaster, the Smithson Bicentennial, and, in recent years, the Festival of American Folklife, were kept separately, but have been combined here with the main body of clippings …
These records consist primarily of budget proposals, appropriations, and estimates of different Smithsonian Institution offices; and chronological files for 1973. The majority of files document the FY 1976 budget.