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  • Picture: ?Select views from across the U.S.]: Sample housing, neighborhoods,? Series: Photographs Documenting the Secretary?s Headquarters and Field Activities, and Agency Officials and Events, 2001 ? 2014; Record Group 207: General Records of the Department of Housing and Urban Development; National Archives and Records Administration.  NAID 24068604
https://catalog.archives.gov/id/24068604
Index to the Correspondence
    This series consists of indices that contain information about letters received by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Office of the Secretary from 1983 - 1995. Most of the letters are from the general public, which were either sent directly to the agency or referred to the agency by other federal agencies, members of Congress, or the White House. The index covers the terms of Secretaries Samuel Pierce, Jack Kemp and Henry Cisneros.
  • Picture: ?Photograph of a Social Security Card,? Photographs of the Social Security Board Activities, 1936 ? 1948, Record Group 47: Records of the Social Security Administration, National Archives at College Park 
NAID: 595679  https://catalog.archives.gov/id/595679
Numerical Identification Files (NUMIDENT)
    This series contains data from the Social Security Administration's Numerical Identification Files (NUMIDENT). The Application (SS-5) Files contain information extracted from applications for a Social Security Card for nearly 41 million social security numbers of deceased individuals. The records include information such as name, social security number, birth date, birth place, and parents' names. This is in addition to the nearly 50 million death records from NUMIDENT.

AAD Highlights

One of the records of the use of ammunition by the 527th Military Police Company
in defense of the U.S. embassy in Saigon during the TET offensive, January 31, 1968.

Iwao Takamoto
recently deceased creator of the cartoon character Scooby-Doo, and others, who learned some of his illustration techniques while at a WRA camp. See his World War II War Relocation Authority (WRA) record.

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