xt73j9608b2v https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt73j9608b2v/data/mets.xml Mississippi Mississippi Historical Records Survey 1938 Prepared by The Survey of Federal Archives, Division of Professional and Service Projects, Works Progress Administration; The National Archives, Cooperating Sponsors; Other contributors include: Survey of Federal Archives (U.S.), United States Works Progress Administration, National Archives (U.S.); Mimeographed; iii, 1 leaf, 28 cm; UK holds archival copy for ASERL Collaborative Federal Depository Program libraries; Call number Y 3.W 89/2:43 F 317/ser.7/no.23 books English New Orleans: The Survey This digital resource may be freely searched and displayed in accordance with U. S. copyright laws. Mississippi Works Progress Administration Publications Inventory of Federal Archives in the States: Series VII The Department of the Navy, Number 23 Mississippi text Inventory of Federal Archives in the States: Series VII The Department of the Navy, Number 23 Mississippi 1938 2015 true xt73j9608b2v section xt73j9608b2v         U   Y H T". TY OF KENTUCKY
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 INVENTORY OF FEDLRAL ANCHIVES IN THE STATT3
Prepared by
The Survey of Federal Archives
Division of Women’s and Professional Projects
Works Progress Adminisrration
The National Archives
and
Louisiana State University
Cooperating Sponsor
SERIES VII.
IEE DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY I
HO. 25,
MISSISSIPPI
New Orleans, Louisiana
The Survey of Federal Archives
1938

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EQQFACE
The 1.¤x¢si¤.¤.¤x, sf. ?1s.i.¤.r.¤é.,s ;;r.¢.>2i~i¤.¤..ia isha .~j¤¤·¤¤.¤ is ¤¤¤ <>f the
, oroducts of the work of the Survey of Tedcral Zrchives, which oper-
ated as a nation-vide project of the »orks Prcjress Administration
from January l, 1935 to Jane 50, 1957, and has been continued in
— Iississipoi since that date as a state project of that Administration.
The plan for the crranization of the Inventory is as follows:
Series I consists of revorts on the administration of the °urvey,
· acknciledgmcnts, and general discussions of the location, condi-
tion, and content of federal archives in the states. Qucceeding
series contain the detailed information secured by workers of the
Survey, in inventory form, a seyarate series number being assigned
to each of the executive departments (except the Department of ‘
State) and other major units of the Federal Government. ~ithin
each series Ho. l is a general introduction to the field organiza- ;
tion and records of the governmental agency concerned; the suc- f
ceeding numbers contain the inventory proper, separate numbers i
being assigned to each state in alphabetical order. Thus, in each
series, the inventory for Alabama is Ho. 2, that for arizona Ho.5,
that for arkansas Ec. 4, etc.
. For each local office information rcrs;ding each series, or unit ~
of related records, is presented in the following order: title,
inclusive dates (”to date" indicating an open file at the tine the
information was secured), general description of informational con-
tent, description of the system of filing or indexing (if any), a
statement of frequency and purpose of use, form of the record i
itself (bound volumes, sheets in folders, etc.), linear footage,
; description of the containers, physical condition of the records i -
. (not stated if satisfactory), location by room number or_other `
identifying information, and finally, the number of the berm 58BA §
on_which this information was originally recorded by a Survey
s` Worker and frog which it was abstracted for the Inventory. This form
is on file in the National Lrchives. Lhen it contains substantial
information on addenda sheets which has not been included in the
l mimeographed abstract, indication of this is given by use of the
reference “Sec addenda."
In Hiesissipdi the work of the Gurvey was under the direction of n
Hr. Stanley C. Arthur, regional director for Arkansas, Louisiana, and
i Iississippi, with Hr. George B. Schilling as state supervisor, until
{ June 50, 1937. bince that time Mr. Schilling has been in charge of
i the state oroject. This inventory of the records of the Department of
the Navy in Iississippi was prepared in the New Orleans office of the
j Survey under the direction of Hrs. Perris Fazekas, editor-in-chief
and assistant state supervisor, and was edited hefore final typing by
Dr. Henry P. Beers of the Division of War Deeartnent Archives of The
National Archives.
· Stanley C. Arthur
A State Supervisor
d New Orleans, La. Survey of Federal Lrchives
i‘ June 24, 1938 in Louisiana
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pw supervise the Navy recruiting activities in this district. ¤
;;é Previous to the establishment of this office at Jackson, the Inspector
j§; of Recruiting m intained an office that was discontinued in 1935, and all
§f— records were transferred tc Division Headquarters at New Orleans.
%§ All enlistment papers of this agency are sent to main station at New
xfg Orleans; none are classed as useless; none has been lost, destroyed or
it sent to Washington.
' Etg 1. GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE AND DAILY REPORTS, 1954 - 1956. Correspon-
§o§ dence with department officers and general public, letters from officials,
fj? prospective applicants, and recruiting officers! daily reports to head-
gjé quarters. Filed alphabetically. (Frequently, official.) 8%-x ll and
Qld 10 x 12 folders and sheets, 1 ft., in drawer of desk and in drawer of cab- ·
%;Q inet. R. 510. (495)
gw Z. RECORDS OF APPLICATIONS, 1954 · 1956. For enlistment showing names,
fqt addresses, dates, and action taken. Filed alphabetically. (Frequently,
¥#g official.) 3 x 5 cards, 1 ft. 6 in., in drawer of wooden card o&bin6t•
§Y§ R. 510. (497)
gk? 5. APPLICATIONS FOR ENLISTMENT, 1956. Applications for enlistmwnt,
§y§ application forms, reports of investigation, and reference letters.
Pg? Filed alphabetically and separated by stages of completion. (Frequebt-
j»g ly, official.) 8% x ll and 10 x 12 folders, bundles (4), and sheets,
QQQ 2 ft. 8 in., in 5 wooden drawers, wooden box, and on table. R. 510.
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