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SERIES XII
THE VETERANS* ADMINISTRATION
MISSISSIPPI
New Orleans, Louisiana
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P; y PREFACE
i The Inventory of Federal Archives in the States is one of the
productE—5f1HEE7HEFE`5f“Fhe7§EFFey`Ef—FEdSFEliE?EHives, which operated
, as a nation—wide project of the Works Progress Adnnnistration from
v January l, l9§6 to June 50, l9§7, and has been continued in Louisiana
i since that date as a state project of that Administration and of the
y Work Projects Administration with Louisiana State University as its
’{ local sponsor.
4* The plan for the organization of the Inventory is as follows:
Series I consists of reports on the administration of the Survey,
y acknowledgments, and general discussions of the location, condition,
i and content of federal archives in the states. Succeeding series
gl contain the detailed information secured by workers of the Survey, in
[ inventory form, a separate series number being assigned to each of the
° executive departments (except the Department of State) and other major
I units of the Federal Government. Within each series No. l is a gen- l
I eral introduction to the field organization and records of the govern-
T mental agency concerned; the succeeding numbers contain the inventory
~ proper, separate numbers being assigned to each state in alphabetical `
order. Thus, in each series, the inventory for Alabama is No. 2, that
for Arizona No. 5, that for Arkansas No. h, etc.
For each local office information regarding each series, or unit
of related records, is presented in the following order: title, in-
clusive dates ("to date" indicating an open file at the time the in-
formation was secured), general description of informational content,
description of the system of filing or indexing (if any), a statement
of frequency and purpose of use, form of the record itself (bound vol-
umes, sheets in folders, etc.), linear footage, description of the con-
tainers, physical condition of the records (not stated if satisfactory),
location by room number or other identifying information, and finally,
v the number of the Form 58SA on which this information was originally
if recorded by a Survey worker and from which it was abstracted for the
° Inventory. This form.is on file in The National Archives. When it
p contains substantial information on addenda sheets which has not been
I included in the mimeographed abstract, indication of this is given by
use of the reference “See addenda."
d In Mississippi the work of the Survey was under the direction of
v Mr. Stanley C. Arthur, regional director for Mississippi, Arkansas,
Louisiana, and Tennessee, with Mr, George E. Schilling as state super-
visor, until June $0, lQ§7. From that time until April lQ§9,
Mr. Schilling was in charge of the state project. This Inventory of
the records of The Veteransf Administration in Mississippi was prepared
in the New Orleans office of the Survey under the direction of
Mrs. Norris Fazekas, editor-in-chief and assistant state supervisor,
1 and was edited for final typing by Miss Elizabeth Edwards of the
Washington office.
Stanley C. Arthur
i State Supervisor
,* New Orleans, Louisiana Survey of Federal Archives
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I p CONTENTS
BILOXI
I Veterans* Administration Facility .......................... 1
Finance Division ..¤....................,................ 1
Manager, Office of the ...........i...................... 1
Personnel Unit ....................................... 5
Medical Division. ................. ....Q .....u.... Q ...... M
Dental Clinic ............... . ........................ Q
Dietitian*s Office ....,........................ . ..... h
Laboratory and Clinical Unit.... ..................... L
Library and Recreational Unit ........................ 7
P Supply and Utility Divisions. ........................... · 8-
GULFPORT
Veterans' Administration Facility.... ............... . ...... 10
Finance Division. ....................................... ll `
Manager, Office of the .................................. lb
Personnel Unit ........ . .............................. 17
Medical Division .............. . ..... Q ................... 18
Dental Clinic . ...... . ..................... . . .L ....... 18
laboratory and Clinical Unit. ................. ....L.. 19
Library Unit .................. Q. ..................... 28
A Pharmaceutical Unit ................ . ................. 28
Social Service Unit .................................. 28
Supply and Utility Divisions ............................... 29
JACKSON
Veterans* Administration Regional Office ................... 50

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p THE VETERANS* ADMINISTRATION
BILOXI
VETERANS* ADM NISTRATION FACILITY
1 1/2 Miles N. of Highway 90
(A) Hospital Bldg. No. 1
(B) Convalescent Home Bldg. No. 2
_ (C) Recreation Bldg. No. 17
7 This Facility was established August 10, 1955 and has always main-
tained quarters at its present location.
A Every two years a list of records to be destroyed is submitted to
the Central Office in Washington, but so far none have been destroyed.
Finance records are sent to Washington through the Facility at Gulfport. I
Records of deceased veterans are retained about 50 days and then sent
to Washington. Personnel records are retained except in case of trans-
fer when they are forwarded to the transfer destination. All other
records are retained.
Finance Division
1. INDEX TO EXPENDABLE VOUCHERS, 1919 to date. hhth some records
from Gulfport, Mississippi. Arranged numerically by classification of
property. (Frequently, official.) 5 x 8 cards, l ft, 10 in., in wood-
en file tub. R. 10 (Bldg. A). (26)
2. PERPETUAL INVENTORY AND INDEX TO CURRENT RECORDS, Aug. 10, IQ55
I to date. Volumes 1-5 consisting of nonexpendable accounts; volumes 6-9
consisting of expendable accounts; card index on nonexpendable voucher
sheets for fiscal year of 1957. Arranged alphabetically. Indexed.
(Daily, official,) 5 x 8 cards and 15 x 17 loose-leaf books (Q), 5 ft.
2 in., in wooden card cabinet. R. 10 (Bldg. A). (28)
5. PROPERTY VOUCHERS AND RECEIPTS, n. d. to date. For Gulfport and
Biloxi Facilities before and after consolidation, with memorandum re-
ceipts for nonexpendable property charged to departments and signed for
by responsible official; and miscellaneous correspondence. (Daily,
official.) 9 1/2 x ll 5/L.folders, 5 ft. 2 in., in steel filing case.
R. 10 (Bldg. A). (50)
7 Office of the Nhnager
h. DISPOSED CONTRACTS AND PROPOSALS, July 1, 1955 - June 30, 1956.
A Contracts completed and proposals rejected and accepted. Arranged al-
1 phabetically. (Rarely, official.) 10 x 12 folders and bundles (D),

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( 7 ft., on open wooden shelf. R. 12 (Bldg. A). (77)
I 5. STAFF RECORDS, Aug. 1, 1955 - Apr. 16, 1956. Minute book of
staff meetings, and staff register showing daily in and out time record.
Entered daily. (Minute book, frequently; staff register, seldom, offi-
cial.) 8 X 10 1/2 vol. and loose-leaf book, 5 1/2 in., in steel filing
case. R. 129 (Bldg. A). (88)
A 6. PERSONAL PROPERTY ARD CLOTHING RECORD OF DISCHARGED VETERANS,
Aug. 10, 1955 - Aug. ll, 1956. Record of personal property and clothing
of all veterans admitted, and record of all clothing received from
government while in Facility. (Arranged alphabetically. (Daily, offi-
cial.) 10 x 12 folders, 10 ft. ll in., in steel filing case and in 2
wooden drawers. R. 55 (Bldg. A). (L7)
7. PERSONAL RECORDS OF LERBERS OF HOME, Aug. 10, 1955 - Oct. 1, 1956.
· Form 2686, application for issue or repair of clothing; Form 2686c, per-
sonally owned clothing record; Form 250h, decisions of questions of fact
and law; list of clothing charged with; Form 2686a, certification of
clothing or individual; and Form P-ll, application for furnishing cloth-
ing. Arranged alphabetically. (Occasionally, official.) 9 x 12 fold-
ers, 6 ft., in 5 drawers of steel filing case. R. 125 (Bldg. B). (256) 4
8. GENERAL RECORDS OF HOME AED PERSONNEL, Aug. 10, 1955 - Dec. 1,
D956. Baggage cards of inmates, roster cards of members, discharge and
AWOL cards, daily roster of inmates with duty records, camp and barracks
details, daily records of inmates, guard house record, morning reports
showing number of inmates, supply issues, pass book, laundry cards, and
blueprints of homo. (Occasionally, official.) Q.x 6 cards, 8 x ll vols.
(18), lO x 12 folders, and 26 x 56 blueprints, 8 ft. 6 in., in h drawers
of steel filing case and L drawers of steel card cabinets. R. 125
(Bldg. B). (25o) _
9. BARRACKS' ROSTER CARDS, Aug. 10, 1955 to date. Showing name of
veteran, rank, and information received from discharge; record of hos-
pital cases; and AWL and RWOL records relative to enforced furloughs.
Arranged alphabetically. (Daily, official.) h x 5 cards, 2 ft., in
Steai card cabinet. R. 9 (slag. A). (ah)
10, CONTACT OFFlCERS' FILES, Aug. 10, 1955 to date. Copies of ad-
mittance records and all correspondence and notes relative to any con-
tact between veteran and any branch of government, as pensions, claims,
bonuses, and CCC enlistments. Arranged alphabetically. (Scmiweckly,
official.) 9 l/2 x ll 5/L folders, lh ft. A in., in steel filing case
and in sectional steel cabinet. R, 5 (Bldg. A). (18)
11. CORRESPONDENCE OF FELEGER ARD ASSISTANT MAIMGER, Aug. 10, 1955
to date. Confidential correspondence and letters relative to personnel,
miscellaneous correspondence, personnel forms, and regulations and pro-
cedure. Filed alphabetically. (Daily, official.) 9 l/2 x ll 5/L fold-
ers, 5 ft. 6 in., in 2 sections of steel filing cases. R. h (Bldg. A).
> (17)

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{ 12. MISCELLANEOUS FILES, Aug. 10, 1955 to date. Records of chief
{ medical officer relative to administration of hospital. See addenda
I . for list of contents. Arranged al habetically. (Daily, official.)
9 l/2 x ll 5/L folders, 6 ft., in E drawers of filing case. R. 129
7 (Bldg. A). (15)
15. MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS OF ASSISTANT MANAGER, Aug. 10, 1955 to
date. Correspondence, reports, regulations, and service letters rela-
¤ tive to administration of Facility. See addenda for list of contents.
I Filed alphabetically. (Daily, official.) lO l/2 x l2 folders, 7 ft.
‘ 8 in., in 2 sections of steel filing case. R. 9 (Bldg. A). (25)
_ lh. PERSONAL PROPERTY AND CLOTHING RECORDS FOR VETERANS IN BARRACKS
OR HOSPITAL, Aug. 10, 1955 to date. Personal property record showing
name, address, claim file number, dates of admittance and discharge, and
name and location of Facility; inventory sheet showing personal effects
and condition of same, with receipts for effects; inventories, receipts
I of deceased members* effects, admittances, discharges, transfers, req-
uisitions for clothing, and inactive cases waiting to be put in closed
files. `Active file arranged numerically. (Daily, official.) lO x l2
folders, 2 ft., in steel filing case. R. 55 (Bldg. A). (L5)
15. LINEN EXCHANGE RECORDS, 1955 — 1956. Printed laundry slips which
have been used for distribution of laundry in hospital and home. Laundry
lists filed by months, lists for linens issued or due bills filed semi-
yearly. (Occasionally, official.) 8 1/2 x lO 1/2 bundles, 2 ft. 5 in.,
on sheir, R. 16 (meg. A). (ag)
16. ROUTING CARDS, TRAVEL ORDERS, AND GOVERNM NT BILLS OF LADING,
July l, 1955 to date. Routing cards for train arrivals and departures
and travel orders. Routing cards filed alphabetically. (Daily, offi-
cial.) 5 x 8 cards and lO x l2 folders, 5 ft., in 9 drawers of steel
desk. R. l2 (Bldg. A). (56)
17. TIME REGISTER, May l — Sept. 50, 1956. Of employees in kitchen
showing time reported for work and time checked out on new sheet for
each pay period. (Daily, official.) B l/h x lh_vol., l l/L in., on
A wooden shelf. Kitchen (Bldg. A). (81)
I Personnel Unit
18. PERSONNEL RECORDS, Aug. 10, 1955 to date. Chart positions, and
A leave and service records. Arranged alphabetically. (Daily, official.)
5 x S cards, 8 5/L.in., in steel card cabinet. R. 9 (Bldg. A). (27)
C 19. PERSONNEL RECORDS, Aug. lO, 1955 to date. Complete record of
all Civil Service and nonclassified employees including forms and cor-
respondence relative to active and dropped employees. Filed alphabeti-
cally. (Daily, confidential.) 9 l/2 X ll folders, ll ft., in 2 soc-
tions of steel filing case. R. h (Bldg. A). (16)

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( Medical Division
E A Dental Clinic
7 20. MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS, Aug. 1955 to date. Pertaining to dental
y clinic. See addenda. (Daily, official.) 8 x 10 vols. (L) and 10 x 12
j folders, 2 ft. l0 in., in steel filing case. R. 157 (Bldg. A). (5h)
( 21. GOLD LEDGER, Sept. 1955 to date. Complete record of gold re·
f ceived from all sources and disposition of same; if patient has had
Q gold fillings put in by private dentist, gold is patient's property,
; if put in by government dentist, it is government property and sent to
I Washington headquarters for further disposition. (Daily, official.)
8 x 10 1/2 vol., 1 in., in steel filing case. R. 157 (Bldg. A). (55)
Q 22. DENTAL RECORD, Jan. 195h to date. Showing name, class of bene-
V fit, compensation number, register number, date examined and completed
~ for dental work on in and out patients. (Daily, official.) 8 x 10 1/2
L vols. (2), 2 in., in steel filing case. R. 157 (Bldg. A). (56)
Dietitian's Office _
I 25. MISCELLANEOUS FILES, Jan. 1, 1956 to date. All reports, corres—
pondence, and orders relative to dietitian*s work including menus,
7 operation of kitchen, personnel, and equipment. (Daily, official.)
( 9 l/2 x 11 5/L folders, 1 ft. 10 in., in drawer of steel desk. Dieti-
) tian's Office (Bldg. A). (bh)
J Laboratory and Clinical Unit
2h, NURSES RECORDS FOR WARDS 2A, 2B, 5A, 5B, AND FOURTH FLOOR, 1955
j to date. Records maintained by nurses for each ward consisting of ad-
_, mission and disposition records, patientsl weight records, nurses* daily
is charts, temperature records, day and night reports, ward surgeon's notes,
’ and monthly reports on toilet articles issued. Filed chronologically.
_Q (Frequently, official.) 8 x 10 vols. (25) and 10 x l2 clip files, A ft.,
1 in steel office desk. Rs. 228, 258, 528, 552, and M52 (Bldg. A). (257)
f_ 25. LABORATORY RECORDS, Aug. 1955 - Jan. 195h. Tests made on pa-
ji _ tients showing date, name of patient, compensation number, register
{ number, description of tests given and results. Entered by kind of
Y test. (Inactive file, occasionally, official.) 7 l/Q x(8 l/2 and
{ 7 1/2 x 12 vols. (5), 2 in., in drawer of metal desk. R. 101 (Bldg. A).
e C 78)
5 26. LABORATORY RECORDS, Aug. 1955 - Feb. 1, 1955. Book one showing
, tests made of milk, butter, water, and blood, with dates and names of
Q supplies; book two, records of laborator tests made on out—patients.
Q Indexed. (Daily, official.) 12 X 12 1/; vols. (2), 5 1/2 in., in open
Q wooden file on desk. R. lOl (Bldg. A). (58)
li 27. DAILY PROGRESS REPORT CARDS, Aug. 1955 — Dec. 1955. Showing
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E name of veteran, compensation number, register number, character of
p treatment, diagnosis nunber, date, and station. Arranged alphabeti-
Q . cally by years. (Inactive file, seldom, official.) 5 x 5 cards, 2 ft.,
g in pasteboard box. R. 28 (Bldg. A). (59)
_( 28. APPLICATIONS FOR MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS, MISCELLANEOUS CORRES-
·# PONDENCE, AND NURSES* REPORTS, Aug. rag; to date. Applications from
I veterans and relative correspondence, miscellaneous correspondence,
K and monthly form reports of daily activities of each nurse. Applica-
i tions arranged numerically; correspondence arranged al habetically by
I / " or ` p > ~ 12
Q subject. 8 x 10 1 2 vol. index, 1 in. aily, official. 10 x
{ folders, 5 ft. 9 in., in steel filing case. R. 55 (Bldg. A). (85, BL)
Ei 29. MISCELLANEOUS FILES, Aug. 1955 to date. Monthly and daily re-
i ports, orders, memoranda, and correspondence relative to operation of
2 laboratory. (Daily, official.) 10 x 12 folders, 10 in., in drawer of
Q steel filing case. R. 101 (Bldg. A). (82)
Q 50, CLINICAL RECORDS, Aug. 10, 1955 to date. Of veterans admitted
7 to and still in Facility, from entrance to discharge, correspondence,
y domiciliary record, personal, clinical, and hospital records of veteran.
L See addenda. Arranged alphabetically. 11 x 16 vol. index, 2 in.; see ·
A entry 57. (Daily, official.) l0_x 12 folders, 15 ft. h in., in 2 steel
g filing cases. R. 55 (Bldg. A). (Q2)
{ 51. CLINICAL RECORDS, Aug. 10, 1955 to date. Of discharged veterans
S from admittance to discharge, correspondence, domiciliary record, per-
yg sonal, clinical, and hospital record of veteran; if veteran returns in-
I dividual folder is taken out and placed in active file. ll x 16 vol. ·
{ index, 2 in.; see entry 57. (Frequently, official.) In-patients* rec-
; ords filed numerically 1-1917; out-patientsL records filed alphabeti-
E cally. 10 x I2 folders, 101 ft. 9 in., on open wooden shelves and in
L 55 sectional steel filing cases. R. 51 (Bldg. A), (M0)
I 52, 'DAILY CLINIC RECORDS AND PRESCRIPTION ORDER BOOKS, Aug. I0, 1955 `
A to date. Records are detail of daily examinations made in eye, ear, nose,
I and throat clinic showing date, name, ward or department, and treatment;
E prescription order books for glasses from American Optical Company and -
I Mid-West Optical Company. (Occasionally, official.) 5 1/2 x 9 and
A 8 1/21x ll vols. (lh), 1 ft. 2 in., on open wooden shelf. R. 156
  (B1dg.A). (255)
I 5;, DAILY RECORD PATIENT BOOKS AND GENERAL FILE, Aug. l0, I955 to
(gl date. Records of roentgenologist and pathologist service showing name
A of service, and standard supplies R and P; quarterly requisitions, memo-
i randa, orders, station, Central Office instructions, and daily record
I book of in-patients and out-patients showing register number, claim num-
E ber, name, Z-ray and file number, date and part of body A-rayod.
A (Daily, official.) 8 1/2 x ll vols. (R) and 10 x I2 folders, 1 ft., in
l drawer of steel filing case and on desk. R. 117 (Bldg. A),. (255)
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g 5h. EYE, EAR, NOSE, APW THROAT EXAMINATION RECORDS, Aug. 10, 1955 to
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g. date. Of completed examinations made in clinic; mimeographed Form MD 25,
gi showing name, compensation number, register number, ward, date, age, and
pé` results of examination. Arranged alphabetically by patient's name.
7% ‘ (Occasionally, official.) 8 l/2 X ll sheets, 2 ft., in 2 pasteboard
 % boxes. R. 156 (Bldg. A). (25h)
Q 55. GENERAL FILE, Aug. 10, 1955 to date. Miscellaneous records con-
; sisting of reports, clinical records, requisitions, reports of admissions
ip and discharges, official orders, work requests, correspondence, and daily
i and monthly reports kept by physiotherapy aide., (Daily, official.)
Ai, 10 x 12 folders, 7 in., in drawer of steel desk. R. 26 (Bldg. A). (57)
Q 56. INDEX OF X—RAY FILE, Aug. 10, 1955 to date. Index to X—ray pic-
§ tures made of in—patients, 0ut—patients, and discharged patients, showing
g name, case number, claim number, date, register number, number of X—ray
{ picture, and part of body X—rayed. Arranged alphabetically. This is an
é index to records reported on in entries LB and D9. (Daily, official.)
§ 5 x 5 cards, L ft., in L drawers of steel card cabinets. R. 117 (Bldg. A)
g (252)
{ 57, IN-PATIENT REGISTER, Aug. 10, I955 to date. VA Form 5219, num-
Q bered 1-MQBM, showing register number, name, compensation number, class
i of benefit, home or hospital, and location of file. Entered by date.
Q This is an index to records reported on in entries 50 and 51. (Daily,
  official.) ll x 16 vols. (2), 2 in. R. 53 (amp,. A). (Lu)
[g 58. PATHOLOGICAL CROSS INDEX RECORDS, Aug. 10, 1955 to date. Classi-
g fication cards showing principal conditions, associated conditions, sec-
AE ondary conditions, complications, anesthesias, and operations as cross
Q) reference to Medical Form 2595, recon; of domiciliary or hospital care;
l direct and indirect causes of deaths; and autopsies. See addenda. Classi-
5 fication cards arranged alphabetically by disease or condition. (Daily,
QQ official.) 5 x 8 cards, 10 ft., in wooden card cabinets. R. 55 (Bldg. A)
  (va)
  59. RECORD OF INACTIVE IN·-PATIENTS AND COMPLETE RECORD OF OUT- A
l§ PATIENTS, Aug. 10, 1955 to date. Showing register number, name, com-
§ pensation number, date of birth, home address, service record and ward
;§ number of hospital patient; if patient reenters, his card is trans-
Ai ferred to active files. Filed alphabetically. (Daily, official.) 5 x 5
Ai cards, L ft. 6 in., in metal card cabinet. R. 55 (Bldg. A). (lh)
1% M0, SICK CALL RECORD, Aug. 10, 1955 to date. Record of medical care
(é given members from barracks showing name of disease and register number
li of member receiving treatment; clinical record of treatment is filed in
ni. clinical folder. Arranged alphabetically by diseases. (Daily, offi-
ii cial.) 5 x 8 cards, L ft. 5 in., in wooden card cabinet. R. 52
  (sia;. A). (87)
lg hl. OFFICER OF DAY REPORT, Sept. 10, 1955 to date. Daily narrative
li account of happenings in hospital. Entered chronologically. (Daily,
 i official.) 8 x 10 1/2 vols. (7), 5 1/2 in., in steel filing case.
Q;.  R. 129 (Bldg. A). (eo)
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if) M2. G. U. CLINIC RECORDS, Deo. 6, 1955 to date. Daily records show- ,
(gp ~ ing name of patient, date, ward or hos ital, and kind of treatment re-
3 °°iV°d· (FFBq¤€¤t1Y. ¤ffi¤i¤l·) 8 1/E X 10 vols. (5), L in., on desk.
  a. 120 (Bldg. A). (251)
(Q L5. OUT—PATIENT REGISTER, Dec. 7, 1955 to date. Of active patients
5 not domiciled in hospital or barracks, who come in for treatment, show-
ii ing register number. (Daily, official.) 10 1/2 x 16 vol., 1 in., on
Q table. R. 55 (Bldg. A). (15)
é hh. LABORATORY RECORDS, INACTIVE, 195b_· DQ55. Showing paticnt's
_§ name, date, compensation number, register number, and laboratory tests
é made. Arranged alphabetically. (Rarely, official.) 5 x 8 cards, 5 ft.,
E in drawers 5 and L of wooden card cabinet. R. 101 (Bldg. A). (57)
E L5, RECORDS FOR USE OF CHIEF NURSE, 1955 — 1956. Consisting of day
E and night reports, daily time records, hospital attendants• records and
( reports, and perpetual inventory of patients in hospital. (Frequently,
1 official.) 5 x 8 cards, 9 x 12 folders, and 9 x lb vol. and loose-leaf
Q book, 2 ft. ll in., in 2 drawers of steel filing case. R. 115 (Bldg. A).
  (258} A
( L6, DAILY PROGRESS REPORT CARDS, Jan. 1, 1956 to date. Showing vet-
ii eran, compensation number, register number, character of treatment, di-
g agnosis number, date, and station. Arranged alphabetically. (Daily,
% pffgcial.) 5 x 5 cards, 6 in., in wooden filing case. R. 26 (Bldg. A).
A L7. LABORATORY RECORDS, Jan. 1, megs to date. Showing patient, date,
§ compensation number, register number, and completed laboratory tests,
§ Arranged alphabetically. (Daily, official.) 5 X 8 cards, 2 ft. 6 1/2
Q in., in 2 drawers of wooden card cabinet on desk. R. 101 (Bldg. A).
  (A6)
é L8. X-RAY FILMS, n. d. 1600 X—ray negatives taken of patients.
1) 5 x 5 card index, L ft.; see entry 56. 8 ft. L in., in jackets in on-
g velopes in wooden filing case. Storage Room.(Warehouse Bldg.). (2)
A
'§ M9. X—RAY FILMS, n, d. 15,075 X-ray negatives taken of patients.
( 5 x 5 card index, L ft.; see entry 56. lh ft. 8 in., in jackets in en-
g velopes in steel filing case. R. 117 (Bldg. A). (l)
Ri Library and Recreational Unit
; 50, ACCESSION RECORDS, Aug. 10, 1955 to date. Miscellaneous records
Q relative to books in library. Filed by Dewey system and cataloged by
=; Dorcas and Fellows rules. (Frequently, official.) 5 x 8 cards, 7 ft.
{ 6 in., in 6 drawers of wooden card cabinets. Library (Bldg. C). (225)
la 51. MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS, Aug. 10, 1955 to date. Resume of weekly
1 news sent to papers prior to 1955; requisitions for books and supplies;
YQ Form 2598c, property record, showing article, date and quantity on hand;
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igy consolidated memorandum receipt for nonexpendable property issued to
ipa library and ground floor; Form 2598b, issue slips for nonexpendable
E; I property; and general correspondence relative to above forms. (Occa~ I
§· sionally. official.) l0 x 12 folders, M in., in drawer of wooden
gn counter desk. Library (Bldg. C), (229)
ik) 52. RECORD OF BOOKS TAKEN OUT, Aug. 10, I955 to date. Simplified
AQ double charging system consisting of title cards showing date loaned,
Qi date returned, book number, author*s name, and title of book; borrow-
A, ers' cards showing date loaned, date returned, number of book, borrow- _
Ȥ er*s name, and ward or department in which he stays. Title cards ar-
Q* ranged chronologically; borrowers' cards arranged alphabetically.
_§ (Daily, official.) 5 x 5 cards, 1 ft. 10 in., in 2 drawers of wooden
lg, card cabinet. Library (Bldg, C), (227)
 
(fg 53. MISCELLANEOUS RECREATIONAL RECORDS, July 1, L95b to date. Rela-
Qg tive to activities. See addenda. (Occasionally, official.) h_x 9
§ sheets, 9 x lb vols. (2), and 10 x 12 folders, 1 ft. 11 in., in 2 draw-
°§ ers of steel filing case. Office (Bldg. C). (226)
g A Supply and Utility Divisions
E 5h. TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP, SITE OF SOLDIERS• HOME, BILOXI, Oct. 1951.
Q Original blueprints of plan of Veterans* Facility. (Daily, official.)
,§ 82 x 151 map, on wall. R. 6 (Bldg. A). (19)
Ig 55. BLUEPRIHTS OF HOSPITAL, HOME, AND STAFF QUARTERS, Nov. 2, 1931
jg. to date. Complete blueprints of buildings and grounds. See addenda for_
I,. titles, detailed description, and number of prints. Arranged numeri-
ll cally. (Daily, official.) 27 x 58 1/2 blueprints, 2 ft. 7 in., on wood-
)i, en racks A and B. Damaged by careless handling. R. 6 (Bldg. A). (20)
VQ 56. BLUEPRINTS AND SPECIFICATIONS, Nov. 3, 1931; Dec. 20, 1933;
"f June 2, 1956; July 50, 1956. Eight sheets of blueprints for proposed
FQ pier; seven sheets of blueprints for Guard House, building 18; mimeo-
li graphsd copy of specifications for Utility Building; two mimeographed
Q copies of specifications for Recreation Building; and seven mimeographed
j§· copies of specifications for Guard House. (Daily, official.)
”g 8 x 10 1/2 sheets and 25 1/2 x hl 1/2 blueprints, 11 1/2 in., on table.
  R. 6 (Bldg. A). (21)
gl 57. COST ACCOUNTING, M952 — June 1956. Expense issue slips, rog-
Q ister of storehouse issues, materials and supplies, consolidated monthly
p}? reports of hospital activities, pay roll for personal services, and ex-
§ penditure vouchers; initial vouchers 1952-1955, during construction of
fi hospital; clothing issue for Nov. 1955; quarterly com odity report for
,Q¢ fiscal year 193h; authorizations for transportation; and correspondence
IS, for fiscal year 1936. Arranged by calendar months. (Older records,
lf) occasionally; recent ones, daily, official.) 10 x 12 folders, 8 ft. A
ln 1 in., in drawer of filing case and in bundles on floor. Vault (Bldg. A).
  (ao. Lo)
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ij 58. PROPERTY VOUCHERS, 1952 - 1956. Vouchers 1-1700, first audit,
¢__ gi V years 1952 and 1955; vouchers 1-2h00, second audit, year 195h; vouch-
xi ers 1-5h0O, year 1955; and vouchers of Gulfport, Mississippi, prior to
ij consolidation, 1-5200, year 1956. (Seldom, official.) 8 x 10 1/2 vols.
}%i %2)1;n?B9dl/2A? lg2g€L.folders, 8 ft. B in., in wooden filing case.
  1;* · E • •
(QQ 59. CONSTRUCTION RECORDS, June 50, 1952 - June 2h, 1955. Of initial
l§j buildings consisting of completed contracts, correspondence, inspection
(jj certificates, costs, and complaints. Arranged by buildings. (Seldom,
pp; official.) 10 X 12 folders, 2 ft. 1 in., in drawer of sectional filing
(if cabinet. Vault (Bldg. A). (86)
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(gp 60. CONTRACT AND OPEN MARKET SUPPLIES, July l, 1955 - June 50, 1955.
(Q} Bids, correspondence, orders, cancelled vouchers, and all records rela-
AWA tive to purchase of subsistence supplies, equipment and appliances for
(g» Facility, under contract or on open market. Arranged alphabetically by
(pv name of firm. (Rarely, official.) 10 x 12 folders, 12 ft. 5 1/2 in.,
ig ,·(. in bundles on floor. Vault (Bldg. A). (h5, QB)
"Q. 61. AUTHORIZATIONS AND REQUESTS FOR TRANSPORTATION, NEALS, AND LODG-
@@1 ING, July 1, 1955 - June 50, 1956. Correspondence, reports, records of
(fg transportation, meals and lodging of out-patients, hospital, and domicil-
g§` iary cases. Arranged chronologically. (Occasionally, official.) `
(jr ’·p 10 x 12 folders, 2 ft. 2 in., in 5 packages on floor. Vault (Bldg. A).
  (52)
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Pp_ 62. PROPOSALS, SPECIFICATIONS, AND EXPENSE ISSUE SLIPS, Aug. 1955 to
gi' date. Proposals, standard and master specifications for 1955, and ex- '
§§' pense issue slips. (Seldom, official.) 10 x 12 folders, 1 ft. 10 in.,
N} in L packages. Vault (Bldg. A). (55)
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lg ·‘‘  65. GENERAL FILE, Aug. 10, 1955 to date. Miscellaneous reports of
Esp activities, and requests for maintenance and repairs approved, active,
RQQ and completed. (Daily, official.) 9 1/2 x 11 5/lpfolders, 5 ft. 11 in.,
(Q; in h drawers of steel filing case. R. 7 (Bldg. A). (22)
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{QE 6h. INDEX TO REQUISITIONS, Aug. 10, 1955 to date. For expendable
,»(i, i” and nonexpendable property showing name, description, price and quantity
)W}_ required for each item; this office purchases supplies for Biloxi and
{@1 Gulfport Facilities, and Regional Office at Jackson. (Daily, official,)
i§g 5 x B cards, 5 in., in steel card cabinet. R. ll (Bldg. A). (52)
A5. 65. MISCELLANEOUS FILES, Aug. 10, 1955 to date. Form reports of
{Q} maintenance, repairs and cost of operation of all utilities, instruc-
Q§‘ tions, regulations, bulletins, catalogues of supplies and equipment,
(Qi daily log for guard house, vouchers, correspondence, cancelled laundry
{fi slips, and construction files for recreation and utility buildings,
tj- (Daily, official.) 9 1/2 x ll 5/L folders, 5 ft. h in., in h drawers
lg, of steel filing case. R. 7