Restoration of Ford's Theatre, Washington D.C

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

I. PRIMARY SOURCE MATERIAL

1. ARCHIVES AND MANUSCRIPTS

a. Official Papers
(In National Archives unless stated otherwise) U.S. Government:
General Records of the U.S. Government, Record Group 11.
Records of the U.S. Senate, Record Group 46.
Records of the U.S. House of Representatives, Record Group 277.
Records of Joint Committees of Congress, Record Group 128.
Joint Committee on the Ford Theatre Disaster.
Records of the Architect of the Capitol, U.S. Capitol.
Ford Theatre file.
Records of the General Accounting Office, Record Group 217.
Third Auditor's Account, 1866.
Department of the Army:
Records of the Office of the Secretary of War, Record Group 107.
Endorsement Book, 1865-1866.
Index to Letters Received, 1865-1866.
Index to Letters Sent, 1865-1866.
Letters Received, 1865-1866.
Letters Sent, 1865-1866.
Record of the Headquarters of the Army, Record Group 108.
Records of The Adjutant General's Office, Record Group 94.
Records of the Office of The Judge Advocate General (War), Record Group 153.
Correspondence files, 1842-1933.
Records of Investigations, 1864-1927, especially file "Lincoln Assassination Suspects," MM2251, containing original depositions.
Records of the Office of the Chief of Engineers, Record Group 77.
Contract Files, 1866-1928.
Correspondence and Miscellaneous Records, 1812-1894.
Document File, 1894-1923.
Photographic Records, 1862-1940.
Records of the Office of the Chief Signal Officer, Record Group 111.
Photographs, 1861-1923.
Other Records, 1860-1901
Records of the Office of the Surgeon General, Record Group 112.
General Correspondence of the Army Medical Museum, 1862-1932.
Photograph files, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology.
Records of the Office of the Quartermaster General, Record Group 92.
General and Miscellaneous Headquarters Records, 1794-1925, especially file 57078, "Ford's Theatre."
Records Relating to Construction, 1870-1940.
Records of the Provost Marshal General's Bureau, 1863-1866. Record Group 110.
Records of the Bureau of Prisons, Record Group 129.
War Department Collection of Confederate Records, Record Group 109.
Department of the Interior:
General Records of the Department of the Interior, Record Group 48.
Records of the Commission of Fine Arts, Record Group 66.
Records of the National Park Service, Record Group 79.
Records of the Office of Public Buildings and Public Parks of the National Capital, Record Group 42.
General Correspondence, National Capital Parks, 1926-1961, file 1100/343, "Lincoln Museum."
Restoration of Ford's Theatre, 1936- 1962.
Department of Justice:
Records of the District Courts of the United States, Record Group 21.
Records of the District Court for the District of Columbia, 1857-1863.
Docket Book (Criminal Court), 1863- 1934.

"Habeas Corpus Case No. 46."

"Papers in the Trial of John H. Surratt ( U.S. vs. John H. Surratt): Criminal Case No. 4731, No. 6594 and No. 5920."

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