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11. No overcoats, umbrellas, canes, cameras, or traveling bags may be taken into the search rooms or the auditorium.

12. The use of tobacco, the lighting of matches, and eating in the search rooms, the auditorium, or any other areas in which archival materials are in use or in temporary or permanent storage are strictly prohibited.

13. The privilege of admission to the search rooms may be withdrawn for any violation of these rules and regulations, for disregarding the authority of the attendants in charge, or for offensive conduct.

14. Any case of incivility on the part of an attendant or of unsatisfactory service should be reported in writing to the chief of the division concerned.

REGULATION GOVERNING THE TEMPORARY WITHDRAWAL BY AGENCIES OF THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT OF MATERIAL DEPOSITED IN THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES BUILDING, PROMULGATED BY THE ARCHIVIST OF THE UNITED STATES, JANUARY 26, 1937

Public records in the custody of the Archivist may, with his approval, be withdrawn from the National Archives Building temporarily, for official use, by any agency of the Government of the United States. All applications for permission to withdraw records from the National Archives Building shall be made in writing on forms furnished by the Archivist. Such forms shall be signed by the head of the agency making application or, in his name, by his representative, thereunto duly authorized.

APPENDIX IV

BOOKS AND ARTICLES PUBLISHED, PAPERS READ, AND ADDRESSES

DELIVERED BY MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES STAFF DURING THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1937 DOROTHY ARBAUGH, cataloger in the Division of Cataloging. Notes on Progress at The National Archives. Address before a

meeting of the Ohio Valley Regional Group of Catalogers, Bloomington, Ind., May 15, 1937. The National Archives. Address before a class in history of the

Laboratory School of Indiana State Teachers College, Terre

Haute, Ind., May 18, 1937. NELSON M. BLAKE, deputy examiner in the Division of Accessions. The Life and Work of General William Mahone of Virginia. Ad

dress before students in arts and sciences of the Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va., March 22, 1937, and before the Beverly Manor Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Staunton, Va., March 23, 1937. The Organization and Work of The National Archives. Address

before students in arts and sciences of the Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va., March 22, 1937, and before the history students and faculty of Mary Baldwin College, Staunton, Va.,

March 23, 1937. John G. BRADLEY, Chief of the Division of Motion Pictures and

Sound Recordings. Report of the Committee on Preservation of Film, Society of Motion Picture Engineers. Journal of the Society, 27: 147–154

(Aug. 1936). Foreword to "Stability of Motion Picture Films as Determined by

Accelerated Aging”, by J. R. Hill and C. G. Weber. Journal of

the Society of Motion Picture Engineers, 27: 678 (Dec. 1936). Recording History in Three Dimensions. Pan American Institute

of Geography and History, Proceedings of the Second General Assembly (Washington, 1937), 403-410. Motion Picture Archives. Address before the Washington Chap

ter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington,

D. C., February 3, 1937. Mexico. Address before the Chevy Chase Lions Club, Chevy Chase,

Md., March 16, 1937. Into Old Mexico by Auto. Recorded as a talking book for the

American Foundation for the Blind, New York, May 12, 1937. Changing Aspects of the Film Storage Problem. Paper read be

fore the Society of Motion Picture Engineers, Hollywood, Calif., May 27, 1937, and before the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer laboratory staff, Culver City, Calif., June 1, 1937.

JOHN J. BRAUNER, editor of the Federal Register.
Federal Register. Paper read before the Federal Bar Association,

Washington, D. C., November 25, 1936; published in the Federal

Bar Association Journal, 3:37-40, 48, 57 (Apr. 1937). PHILIP C. BROOKS, special examiner in the Office of the Director of

Archival Service. Review of The First American Neutrality, by Charles S. Hyneman.

American Historical Review, 41:846 (July 1936). The National Archives. Radio interview on a program entitled

"Your Government at Your Service", broadcast by Station KGO,

San Francisco, September 17, 1936. Review of Benjamin Franklin, Englishman and American, by

Verner W. Crane. North Carolina Historical Review, 13:359

(Oct. 1936). Review of The United States and Europe, 1815–1823, by Edward

H. Tatum, Jr. Hispanic American Historical Review, 17:70_72

(Feb. 1937). Report of the Secretary, Society of American Archivists. Read

before the annual meeting of the Society, Washington, D. C.,

June 18, 1937. Objectives and Activities of the Society of American Archivists.

Paper read before a conference on archives and libraries of the

American Library Association, New York, June 23, 1937. SOLON J. Buck, Director of Publications. The Relation of The National Archives to Historical Agencies.

Address before a Conference of Executives of Historical Agencies,

Chicago, February 26, 1937. Culture on the First Trans-Appalachian Frontier. Paper read

before The Literary Society, Washington, D. C., March 13, 1937. The Living Past. Paper read before the College Honor Society of

American University, Washington, D. C., March 24, 1937. The National Archives. Radio address broadcast by Station

WBBC, Brooklyn, N. Y., April 17, 1937. R. D. W. CONNOR, Archivist of the United States. The National Archives. Americana Annual, 1937 (New York,

1937), 470-473. The National Archives. Address before the Southern Policy Com

mittee, Washington, D. C., 1937. The National Archives. Paper read before the Pennsylvania His

torical Society, Philadelphia, January 11, 1937, and before The

Literary Society, Washington, D. C., February 20, 1937. Public Archives and Public Libraries; Their Functions and Prac

tices. Address before the District of Columbia Library Association, Washington, D. C., May 26, 1937. The National Archives. Address before the Clarendon Rotary

Club, Clarendon, Va., May 27, 1937. The Use and Abuse of History. Commencement address at Ran

dolph-Macon College, Ashland, Va., June 14, 1937.

JESSE S. DOUGLAS, reference supervisor in the Division of Reference. Review of The Western Military Frontier, 1815–1846, by Henry

Putney Beers, and of Military Posts and Camps in Oklahoma, by William Brown Morrison. Pacific Northwest Quarterly,

28: 193–196 (Apr. 1937). ELIZABETH B. DREWRY, reference supervisor in the Division of Ref

erence.

Imperialism: The Road to Chaos. Scholastic, 30:11 (Feb. 1937). W. NEL FRANKLIN, special examiner in the Office of the Director of

Archival Service. The East Tennessee Historical Society's Publications, No. 8.

[Knoxville] 1936, 172 p. Edited. Bess GLENN, cataloger in the Division of Cataloging. Cataloging Materials in The National Archives. Address before

the South Carolina Library Association, Sumter, S.C., May 8,

1937. PHILIP M. HAMER, Chief of the Division of the Library. The Value of Archives. Address before the Florida Historical

Society, Gainesville, November 17, 1936. Records of the Confederacy Located by the Survey of Federal

Archives Paper read before the Southern Historical Association, Nashville, November 20, 1936. The Survey of Federal Archives. Address before a Conference of

Executives of Historical Agencies, Chicago, February 27, 1937. Federal Archives Outside the District of Columbia. Paper read

before the Society of American Archivists, Washington, D. C., June 19, 1937. Libraries and the Preservation of Archives. Address before a con

ference on archives and libraries of the American Library Asso

ciation, New York, June 23, 1937. . DOROTHY J. Hill, cataloger in the Division of Cataloging. Monograph Series; Their Classification and Their Catalog Records.

Paper read before the Catalog Section of the American Library

Association, New York, June 23, 1937. Roscoe R. HILL, Chief of the Division of Classification. Sources of American History in Spanish Archives. Pan American

Institute of Geography and History, Proceedings of the Second General Assembly (Washington, 1937), 257–267. Also reprinted in part from Boletín de la Unión Panamericana for April 1936 as "Fuentes de historia americana en los archivos españoles" in

Revista geografica americana, 6:70-73 (July 1936). Review of Costa Rica and Civilization in the Caribbean, by Chester

Lloyd Jones. Hispanic American Historical Review, 17:68–70

(Feb. 1937). Review of El Consejo Real y Supremo de las Indias, by Dr. Ernesto

Schäfer. Hispanic American Historical Review, 17:211 (May

Roscoe R. HILL-Continued.
Review of Ensayo Histórico sobre el Derecho Constitucional de

Nicaragua, by Emilio Alvarez. Hispanic American Historical

Review, 17:212 (May 1937). Impressions of Latin American Archives. Address before the Dis

tri of Columbia Library Association, Washington, D. C., May

4, 1937. DORSEY W. HYDE, JR., Director of Archival Service. Public Archives and Public Documents as Aids to Scholarship.

American Library Association, Public Documents, 1936, p. 179–

186. The National Archives. Address before the Rutgers Club, Wash

ington, D. C., December 1, 1936; before a conference on genealogical records of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, D. C., December 4, 1936; before the Philadelphia Chapter of the Special Libraries Association, Philadelphia, April 3, 1937; and before the National Association of Penmanship Teachers and Supervisors, Washington, D. C., April 26,

1937. History of the Special Libraries Association. Address before the

New Jersey Chapter of the Special Libraries Association, New

ark, December 4, 1936. The National Archives of the United States. Pan American In

stitute of Geography and History, Proceedings of the Second

General Assembly (Washington, 1937), 461-467. Can S. L. A. Operate a Self-Supporting Program of Publication?

Special Libraries, 28:107–110 (Apr. 1937). Essential Functions in the Organization of The National Archives.

Paper read before a conference on archives and libraries of the

American Library Association, New York, June 22, 1937. DALLAS D. IRVINE, deputy examiner in the Division of Accessions. The Misuse of Air Power. Infantry Journal, 44:255 (May-June

1937). Review of the United States Army in War and Peace, by Oliver

Lyman Spaulding. Journal of the American Military History

Foundation, 1:80 (Summer 1937).
W. L. G. JOERG, Chief of the Division of Maps and Charts.

Federal Surveys and Maps. American Year Book, 1936, p. 251–255.
Review of Georg Wilhelm Steller, the Pioneer of Alaskan Natural

History, by Leonhard Stejneger. Geographical Review, 27:350_

352 (Apr. 1937). The Cartographical Results of Ellsworth's Trans-Antarctic Flight

of 1935. Geographical Review, 27: 430-444 (July 1937). With

separate map BERNARD R. KENNEDY, Director of the Division of the Federal

Register. The New Federal Register. American Library Association, Public

Documents, 1936, p. 50-56. The Federal Register. Address before the special committee on

administrative law of the American Bar Association, Boston, August 27, 1936.

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