US National Archives Archival Recovery Program

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The Archival Recovery Program investigates allegations of missing, alienated, and stolen Federal items from The National Archives. What you can do to help the Archives Archival Recovery Program: https://update.archives.gov/research/recover. See what items we know are missing: https://update.archives.gov/research/recover/missing-records. How to identify U.S Government Documents: https://update.archives.gov/research/recover/identifying-government-documents.html. Contact us about missing items here: https://update.archives.gov/research/recover/recover-documents-contact.htmll. ***DO NOT contact us if you have any questions about research, instead please visit the research page of The National Archives at https://update.archives.gov/research. If you're looking for the official source of information about The National Archives, please visit our homepage at https://update.archives.gov/.

You can find this book on Google Books, Civil War Taxes: A Documentary History, 1861-1900. On page 50 it discusses the “...
07/17/2020
Civil War Taxes

You can find this book on Google Books, Civil War Taxes: A Documentary History, 1861-1900. On page 50 it discusses the “sin tax”:
https://books.google.com/books?id=sbylDwAAQBAJ&pg=RA1-PR10&lpg=RA1-PR10&dq=Office+of+Provost+Marshal+U.S.+Army+Prostitute+Licenses+civil+war&source=bl&ots=1s_lZ7mGB5&sig=ACfU3U3lZBZgCZQHfUL1FtoY90pJIUyzpw&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwi0_d7--qvqAhUFlXIEHdlWDZIQ6AEwBnoECAYQAQ#v=onepage&q&f=false

During the Civil War, both the North and South were challenged by fiscal and monetary needs, but physical differences such as gold reserves, industrialization and the blockade largely predicted the war's outcome from the onset. To raise revenue for the war effort, every possible person, business, ac...

Today we are featuring a missing Prostitute License of Anna Johnson dated November 24, 1863. The Office of Provost Marsh...
07/13/2020

Today we are featuring a missing Prostitute License of Anna Johnson dated November 24, 1863. The Office of Provost Marshal, Nashville, TN., issued it.

07/06/2020

The disc we are highlighting this week is New SciFi, stolen by Les Waffen from the National Archives.

DailyArt
06/29/2020

DailyArt

In 1945 by the end of the Second World War In the Conservatory was among the objects evacuated from the German National Gallery and the Berlin State Museums and put for safekeeping in a mine in Merkers. After the war the picture was discovered and secured by the Monuments Men. Its salvage was documented in several photographs which show soldiers from the U.S. Army posing with Manet’s painting in the mine in Merkers. These photographs have gained iconographic status over the years.

📷 U.S. Soldiers examine Edouard Manet s In the Conservatory, April 25, 1945 (NARA #SC-203453-S) 🏛 US National Archives

06/29/2020

The disc we are highlighting this week is Mystery Time / Bandstand U.S.A., stolen by Les Waffen from the National Archives.

https://triblive.com/local/pittsburgh-allegheny/men-who-stole-rare-books-from-carnegie-library-sentenced-to-home-confine...
06/22/2020
Men who stole rare books from Carnegie Library sentenced to home confinement

https://triblive.com/local/pittsburgh-allegheny/men-who-stole-rare-books-from-carnegie-library-sentenced-to-home-confinement/

An Allegheny County judge on Friday ordered home confinement and significant periods of probation for two men accused of stealing more than $8.1 million worth of rare books and artifacts from the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Common Pleas Judge Alexander P. Bicket said he would have sentenced form...

06/22/2020

The disc we are highlighting this week is My Son Jeep / Symphonette, stolen by Les Waffen from the National Archives.

06/15/2020

The disc we are highlighting this week is Mail Call, stolen by Les Waffen from the National Archives.

06/08/2020

The disc we are highlighting this week is Jungle Jim, stolen by Les Waffen from the National Archives.

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The Archival Recovery Program investigates allegations of missing, alienated, and stolen Federal items from The National Archives. What you can do to help the Archives Archival Recovery Program: https://archives.gov/research/recover. See what items we know are missing: https://archives.gov/research/recover/missing-records. How to identify U.S Government Documents: https://archives.gov/research/recover/identifying-government-documents.html. Contact us about missing items here: https://archives.gov/research/recover/recover-documents-contact.html. ***DO NOT contact us if you have any questions about research, instead please visit the research page of The National Archives at https://archives.gov/research. If you're looking for the official source of information about The National Archives, please visit our homepage at https://archives.gov/.

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