Magazine:

Archives Magazine Index
Summer 2001 – Spring 2013

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Nabakoff, Emin, X:3:(Winter 2011) 22

Nagasaki, Japan, VI:1:(Summer 2006) 25

Naidus, Jeremy W. (au), VIII:1:(Summer 2008) 3, 16–17, VIII:3:(Winter 2009) 5, 46, VIII:4:(Spring 2009) 4, 36–37, 40, IX:1:(Summer 2009) 38, 40, IX:3:(Winter 2010) 32, IX:4:(Spring 2010) 4–5, 34–35, X:1:(Summer 2010) 5, 36, X:2:(Fall 2010) 5, 32, 33, X:3:(Winter 2011) 4, 5, 10, X:4:(Spring 2011) 4, 32–33, 36, XI:1:(Summer 2011) 4, XI:1:(Summer 2011) 5, 36, XI:2:(Fall 2011) 3, 33, 36, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 5, 33, 36, XI:4:(Spring 2012) 4, 33, 36, XII:1:(Summer 2012) 4, 36, XII:2:(Fall 2012) 4, 37, 40, XII:3:(Winter 2013) 4, 34, 36, 37

Nalle, Charles, X:1:(Summer 2010) 20–23

under arrest, X:1:(Summer 2010) 22

odyssey, X:1:(Summer 2010) 21–22

rescued, X:1:(Summer 2010) 22–23

Nancy Drew Mystery Stories, V:4:(Spring 2006) 13–15

Nancy (ship), XII:1:(Summer 2012) 30–32

Naples, N.Y., VI:1:(Summer 2006) 6–7

Napoleon III, XII:2:(Fall 2012) 23

Nash, Dede (au), XI:1:(Summer 2011) 5, 19–23

Nassau County, N.Y. airfields, III:2:(Fall 2003) 8–12

Nation of Islam (NOI), X:3:(Winter 2011) 23

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), II:2:(Fall 2002) 5

National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) (Washington, D.C.), V:1:(Summer 2005) 8–9, XI:1:(Summer 2011) 38–XI:1:(Summer 2011) 39, XI:4:(Spring 2012) 35

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), VII:4:(Spring 2008) 10, XII:4:(Spring 2013) 29

National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 24, X:4:(Spring 2011) 27

National Baseball Hall of Fame (Cooperstown, N.Y.), II:4:(Spring 2003) 8–12

National Civil Liberties Bureau (NCLB), IX:1:(Summer 2009) 34, 35

National Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control, III:4:(Spring 2004) 15–16

National Council for History Education (NCHE) award, X:1:(Summer 2010) 9

National Education Association (NEA), VII:3:(Winter 2008) 25

National Grange of the Patrons of Husbandry, X:1:(Summer 2010) 11

National Grape Cooperative Association, VI:1:(Summer 2006) 7, VII:1:(Summer 2007) 15

National Guard. See New York National Guard

National Prohibition Act, IV:4:(Spring 2005) 17

National Resources Defense Council (NRDC), I:2:(Fall 2001) 12–13

National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR), IX:3:(Winter 2010) 28, 29

National Woman Suffrage Association (NWSA), I:2:(Fall 2001) 20–22

National Woman's Hospital for Inebriates and Opium Eaters (Wilton, Conn.), IV:4:(Spring 2005) 14

Native Americans. See American Indians

natural disasters. See heat waves

The Nature Conservancy, I:2:(Fall 2001) 10–13

Navas, Devin, X:3:(Winter 2011) 6

Nazi Germany, IX:1:(Summer 2009) 10

Neale, Reginald, X:3:(Winter 2011) 4

Neely, John, X:2:(Fall 2010) 26

Neptune Foundation, II:1:(Summer 2002) 11

New American Club, VII:4:(Spring 2008) 23

New Berlin, N.Y., III:1:(Summer 2003) 25, V:1:(Summer 2005) 25

New Cracow Friendship Society, VII:4:(Spring 2008) 23

New Deal, VIII:2:(Fall 2008) 26–27, 29

New Netherland, I:3:(Winter 2002) 8–10, 14, IV:4:(Spring 2005) 8–11, V:1:(Summer 2005) 14–17, VI:4:(Spring 2007) 9–13

religious tolerance in, VII:3:(Winter 2008) 8–11

New Netherland Project, I:3:(Winter 2002) 12–13

New Paltz, N.Y., VII:4:(Spring 2008) 35, X:1:(Summer 2010) 18

during Civil War, IV:4:(Spring 2005) 23–26

Elting Memorial Library, IV:4:(Spring 2005) 26

Huguenot Historical Society, IV:4:(Spring 2005) 26

New Paltz Ladies' Aid Society, IV:4:(Spring 2005) 25

New Paltz Times, IV:4:(Spring 2005) 23–26

New Rochelle, N.Y., IX:3:(Winter 2010) 24, 25

library, I:1:(Summer 2001) 5

Mexican population in, I:1:(Summer 2001) 4–5

New York Air National Guard 106th Rescue Wing, V:1:(Summer 2005) 28–32

New York Archives, XII:3:(Winter 2013) 40

"Ask the Archivist," V:1:(Summer 2005) 35, V:2:(Fall 2005) 29, V:3:(Winter 2006) 31, V:4:(Spring 2006) 31, VI:2:(Fall 2006) 29, VI:4:(Spring 2007) 35, VII:4:(Spring 2008) 35

Judy Hohmann's resignation as editor of, XII:3:(Winter 2013) 40

letters to the editor, II:2:(Fall 2002) 4, III:1:(Summer 2003) 4, III:3:(Winter 2004) 2, IV:1:(Summer 2004) 4, V:3:(Winter 2006) 7, VI:1:(Summer 2006) 4, VI:3:(Winter 2007) 7, VI:4:(Spring 2007) 4, VII:1:(Summer 2007) 4, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 4, VIII:4:(Spring 2009) 5

preservation tips, I:1:(Summer 2001) 31, I:2:(Fall 2001) 31, I:3:(Winter 2002) 31, I:4:(Spring 2002) 31, II:1:(Summer 2002) 31, II:2:(Fall 2002) 31, III:1:(Summer 2003) 7

New York Association for New Americas (NYANA), VII:4:(Spring 2008) 21–23

New York City

banking, V:1:(Summer 2005) 33

Blizzard of 1888, VII:3:(Winter 2008) 36

botanical gardens, VI:1:(Summer 2006) 12–15

Center for Jewish History, I:4:(Spring 2002) 6–7

Chinatown, I:2:(Fall 2001) 16–19, V:4:(Spring 2006) 24–27

Colonial period, IV:3:(Winter 2005) 18–21, V:4:(Spring 2006) 16–19, VI:4:(Spring 2007) 9–13, VII:3:(Winter 2008) 8–11

education

Chinese Americans, I:2:(Fall 2001) 16–19

during World War I, III:2:(Fall 2003) 16–19, V:4:(Spring 2006) 20–23

fashion industry, IV:1:(Summer 2004) 23–26

Fresh Air Fund children, III:1:(Summer 2003) 31

Gaslight Era, XII:2:(Fall 2012) 29–32

homelessness in, V:3:(Winter 2006) 8–12

hotels, VIII:2:(Fall 2008) 10–13

infant abandonment, VIII:2:(Fall 2008) 14–17

Jubilee Fashion Show, IV:1:(Summer 2004) 24–26

literature depicting, IV:3:(Winter 2005) 14–17

USS Monitor and, VIII:3:(Winter 2009) 22–25, VIII:4:(Spring 2009) 5

music, 18th-century, II:4:(Spring 2003) 26–27

9th Ward school disaster, Nov. 20, 1851, VII:1:(Summer 2007) 30

Orange Day Riot, 1871, II:4:(Spring 2003) 20–22

popular culture, mid-20th-century, IV:3:(Winter 2005) 14–17

public baths, II:1:(Summer 2002) 8–11

public health, II:1:(Summer 2002) 8–11

terrorism and

September 11, 2001, I:3:(Winter 2002) 6–7, 13, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 24–25

September 20, 1920, II:2:(Fall 2002) 8–11

water supply for, II:4:(Spring 2003) 23–25

Women's Republican Association, VIII:1:(Summer 2008) 23

Yiddish newspapers in, VI:2:(Fall 2006) 24–27

New York City Council, X:2:(Fall 2010) 13

New York City Department of Street Cleaning (DSC), IX:2:(Fall 2009) 28, 30

New York City Draft Riots, VIII:3:(Winter 2009) 12

New York City Fire Department, IV:1:(Summer 2004) 6–7

New York City Hall, VIII:3:(Winter 2009) 10, 17

New York City Municipal Archives, fashion collection, IV:1:(Summer 2004) 23

New York Civil War Centennial Commission, X:4:(Spring 2011) 6, XII:2:(Fall 2012) 34–36

New York Condensed Milk Company, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 20

New York County Clerk's Office, records management, post-9/11, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 24–25

New York County Supreme Court, XI:2:(Fall 2011) 30, 32

records management, post-9/11, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 24–25

New York Court of Chancery, XI:2:(Fall 2011) 30–32

New York & Erie Railroad, VI:3:(Winter 2007) 16–20

New York Foundling Asylum, VIII:2:(Fall 2008) 14

The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 29

The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 29, VIII:1:(Summer 2008) 33

New York Giants, VIII:4:(Spring 2009) 20–23

New-York Historical Society, IV:3:(Winter 2005) 20–21, X:1:(Summer 2010) 27

New York Horticultural Society, VI:1:(Summer 2006) 15

New York Manumission Society, III:4:(Spring 2004) 21–22

New York National Guard, III:3:(Winter 2004) 8–12, III:4:(Spring 2004) 4, IX:3:(Winter 2010) 13–16, XII:3:(Winter 2013) 25–26

New York Office of State Fire Marshal. See Office of State Fire Marshal

New York Orphan Asylum, III:3:(Winter 2004) 16–17

New York Public Library, IV:3:(Winter 2005) 21, VIII:1:(Summer 2008) 33, X:3:(Winter 2011) 36

building/construction of, XI:1:(Summer 2011) 14–18

a family story emerges, XI:1:(Summer 2011) 16–17

from idea to reality, XI:1:(Summer 2011) 15–16

a tragic accident, XI:1:(Summer 2011) 17

reflections at 100th anniversary, XI:1:(Summer 2011) 17–18

The New York Researcher, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 29

New York School for the Deaf (White Plains, N.Y.), II:3:(Winter 2003) 24

New York State. See also specific topics

classical place names, origins, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 31

Colonial period, I:3:(Winter 2002) 8–10, 14, IV:3:(Winter 2005) 24–25, V:4:(Spring 2006) 16–19, VI:4:(Spring 2007) 6–7, 9–13

geography, I:4:(Spring 2002) 16–19, II:1:(Summer 2002) 5

governor's mansion, I:4:(Spring 2002) 9

insolvency proceedings, V:2:(Fall 2005) 28–29

land transactions, V:4:(Spring 2006) 5

Local Government Records Law, 1987, V:1:(Summer 2005) 5

Military Tract, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 31

purchase of Iroquois land, VI:3:(Winter 2007) 8–11

Web site "web crawl," VII:1:(Summer 2007) 8

New York State Archives

acquisitions, 2006-2007, VII:4:(Spring 2008) 4

American Revolution collection, IV:4:(Spring 2005) 4–5

Annual Archives Awards

2001, I:3:(Winter 2002) 5

2002, II:2:(Fall 2002) 40

2003, III:2:(Fall 2003) 48, III:4:(Spring 2004) 6–7

2004, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 48

2005, V:3:(Winter 2006) 5, 44

2006, VI:3:(Winter 2007) 4, 47

2007, VII:3:(Winter 2008) 4–5

2008, VIII:4:(Spring 2009) 6–7

2011, XI:4:(Spring 2012) 7

awards given, IX:3:(Winter 2010) 8–9

awards received, III:2:(Fall 2003) 48

barge canal photograph collection, VII:4:(Spring 2008) 4

chirograph collection, VII:1:(Summer 2007) 29

Civil War database, II:4:(Spring 2003) 5, 30

Civil War Registers, VI:2:(Fall 2006) 28–29

collaboration between Ancestry.com and, XII:1:(Summer 2012) 5–6, 35, XII:2:(Fall 2012) 39

collections, strange finds, III:3:(Winter 2004) 18–19

Court of Appeals videotape collection, VII:4:(Spring 2008) 4

criminal records in, II:1:(Summer 2002) 5

digital collections, VI:4:(Spring 2007) 4–5

disaster response

2006 floods, VI:2:(Fall 2006) 4–5

Hurricane Sandy, XII:4:(Spring 2013) 6–7

Documentary Heritage Program, III:1:(Summer 2003) 6–7

Dutch Colonial records, I:3:(Winter 2002) 11, III:2:(Fall 2003) 34–36, IV:4:(Spring 2005) 11

educational programs, II:2:(Fall 2002) 6–7, III:2:(Fall 2003) 6–7

film and scripts collection, I:4:(Spring 2002) 23–25, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 32–33

Heritage Documentation Project, I:2:(Fall 2001) 2, 13

history of, III:2:(Fall 2003) 34–36

insolvency files, 1784-1847, V:2:(Fall 2005) 28–29

"Legacies Project," III:4:(Spring 2004) 5

literacy project, II:4:(Spring 2003) 4–5

Local Government Records Management Improvement Fund, I:2:(Fall 2001) 19, V:1:(Summer 2005) 5–6

Local Government Records Program, III:1:(Summer 2003) 6–7

local governments collection, III:3:(Winter 2004) 5

military service record abstracts, XII:1:(Summer 2012) 34–35

Native American Treaties and Land Records, II:4:(Spring 2003) 5, VII:4:(Spring 2008) 4

preservation projects, II:2:(Fall 2002) 6

prison records, I:4:(Spring 2002) 15

records center, IV:1:(Summer 2004) 5

renovation project, I:1:(Summer 2001) 7, 9, II:4:(Spring 2003) 5, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 6, IV:3:(Winter 2005) 4

research room, XII:1:(Summer 2012) 34–35

response to disaster, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 6–7

Revolutionary War records, III:2:(Fall 2003) 34–36

Sept. 11, 2001 collection, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 6–7, VII:4:(Spring 2008) 4

Gov. Alfred E. Smith papers, II:4:(Spring 2003) 19

theft from, X:2:(Fall 2010) 6, 7

tourism photograph collection, VII:4:(Spring 2008) 4

website, XI:2:(Fall 2011) 8, XII:1:(Summer 2012) 5–6, 34, 35

World War I service record cards, VI:2:(Fall 2006) 30–31

New York State Archivist

letters from, I:1:(Summer 2001) 2, I:2:(Fall 2001) 2, I:3:(Winter 2002) 2, I:4:(Spring 2002) 2, II:1:(Summer 2002) 2, II:3:(Winter 2003) 2, II:4:(Spring 2003) 2, III:1:(Summer 2003) 2, IV:1:(Summer 2004) 2, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 2, IV:3:(Winter 2005) 2, IV:4:(Spring 2005) 2, V:1:(Summer 2005) 2, V:2:(Fall 2005) 2, V:4:(Spring 2006) 2, VI:1:(Summer 2006) 2, VI:2:(Fall 2006) 2, VI:3:(Winter 2007) 2, VIII:1:(Summer 2008) 2

letters to, III:2:(Fall 2003) 2, V:3:(Winter 2006) 2, VI:4:(Spring 2007) 2

New York State Assembly, IX:4:(Spring 2010) 22–23

New York State Assembly Document Room (Albany, N.Y.), I:4:(Spring 2002) 32

New York State Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 22, 24

New York State Bicentennial Planning Commission, XII:2:(Fall 2012) 36

New York State Biological Survey of the Department of Environmental Conservation, I:2:(Fall 2001) 6

New York State Board of Arbitration, XII:3:(Winter 2013) 26–27

New York State Board of Charities, IX:4:(Spring 2010) 32

New York State Board of Regents, VIII:4:(Spring 2009) 36, 37

New York State Boys’ Working Reserve, XI:1:(Summer 2011) 32–35

New York State Bureau of Military Statistics, VI:3:(Winter 2007) 24

New York State Canal System, V:1:(Summer 2005) 33

New York State Capitol, I:4:(Spring 2002) 32, VIII:3:(Winter 2009) 14, XI:4:(Spring 2012) 23, XII:2:(Fall 2012) 36

1911 fire, I:1:(Summer 2001) 8–9, III:2:(Fall 2003) 35–36, III:3:(Winter 2004) 28–29, IV:4:(Spring 2005) 4, 11, X:4:(Spring 2011) 6–7, XI:1:(Summer 2011) 8

making it into a living museum, XI:4:(Spring 2012) 6–7

time capsule, VI:1:(Summer 2006) 4–5

New York State College of Home Economics, I:1:(Summer 2001) 14–15

New York State Constitution, I:4:(Spring 2002) 16–19, XI:2:(Fall 2011) 30, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 12, XI:4:(Spring 2012) 32, XII:3:(Winter 2013) 17

New York State Department of Corrections, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 33

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), IX:3:(Winter 2010) 8, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 14, XII:2:(Fall 2012) 32, XII:3:(Winter 2013) 17

New York State Department of Health, I:2:(Fall 2001) 32, VI:2:(Fall 2006) 32, XII:3:(Winter 2013) 15

New York State Education Department Division of Visual Instruction, VI:4:(Spring 2007) 5

New York State Education Department (NYSED), IX:3:(Winter 2010) 6–7

New York State Electoral College, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 7–11

New York State Factory Investigation Commission (FIC), II:4:(Spring 2003) 17, 32, IX:1:(Summer 2009) 36–37, X:3:(Winter 2011) 36–37, XI:1:(Summer 2011) 12

New York State Fair, IX:1:(Summer 2009) 40

New York State Farm Cadet Program, XI:1:(Summer 2011) 32–35

New York State Freedom Trail Program, I:1:(Summer 2001) 29, I:2:(Fall 2001) 29, I:4:(Spring 2002) 29, II:1:(Summer 2002) 29

New York State General Highway Law, 1797, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 29

New York State Historical Association Research Library, VII:3:(Winter 2008) 7

New York State Historical Records Advisory Board (NYSHRAB), X:2:(Fall 2010) 6

New York State Inebriate Asylum (Binghamton, N.Y.), IV:4:(Spring 2005) 12–15

New York State Legislative Commission on Solid Waste Management, X:1:(Summer 2010) 9

New York State Legislature, VIII:3:(Winter 2009) 9–10

New York State Library

conservation lab, V:2:(Fall 2005) 4

1911 fire, I:1:(Summer 2001) 8–9, X:4:(Spring 2011) 6–7

Lyall Squair Collection, IV:4:(Spring 2005) 6–7

manuscripts and special collections, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 6, IV:3:(Winter 2005) 4

Gov. Alfred E. Smith Papers, II:4:(Spring 2003) 19

William Gorham Papers, V:3:(Winter 2006) 15

New York State Lunatic Asylum (Utica, N.Y.), III:4:(Spring 2004) 12, 25–28

New York State Medical Society, III:4:(Spring 2004) 12

New York State Military Museum and Veterans Research Center (Saratoga Springs, N.Y.), I:4:(Spring 2002) 21–22, VI:3:(Winter 2007) 24

New York State Museum, XII:2:(Fall 2012) 3

artifacts, XI:1:(Summer 2011) 10

educational programs, V:2:(Fall 2005) 4, XI:1:(Summer 2011) 8

geology collection, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 18–20

paleontology collection, II:4:(Spring 2003) 15, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 18–20

Rockefeller exhibition, VIII:1:(Summer 2008) 17

New York State Museum Club, V:2:(Fall 2005) 4

New York State Museum Discovery Squad, V:2:(Fall 2005) 4

New York State Newspaper Project, IV:4:(Spring 2005) 26

New York State Office for Technology (OFT), XI:2:(Fall 2011) 4

New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (OPRHP), XII:3:(Winter 2013) 8, 10

New York State School for the Deaf (Rome, N.Y.), II:3:(Winter 2003) 25

New York State Senate, X:4:(Spring 2011) 26

New York State Teachers Association (NYSTA), VII:3:(Winter 2008) 25

New York State Thruway Authority, history kiosks, II:4:(Spring 2003) 4

New York State United Teachers (NYSUT), VII:3:(Winter 2008) 26–27

New York State Veteran Oral History Program, I:4:(Spring 2002) 21–22

New York State Virtual Archives of Environmental History, II:1:(Summer 2002) 5

New York State Women Voters' Anti-Suffrage Party, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 24–25

New York State Writers Institute, IX:2:(Fall 2009) 6–7

New York Stock Exchange, III:1:(Summer 2003) 4–5, IV:3:(Winter 2005) 18–20

New York Transit Museum (Brooklyn, N.Y.), I:2:(Fall 2001) 5

New York Women's Republican Club, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 23

New York World's Fair (Queens, N.Y.), XI:1:(Summer 2011) 29–31

New York Yankees, III:4:(Spring 2004) 18–20, IV:1:(Summer 2004) 4, VIII:4:(Spring 2009) 21. See also baseball

Newark, N.Y., VI:1:(Summer 2006) 7

Newburgh, N.Y., X:1:(Summer 2010) 17

Niagara County Environmental Fund, I:2:(Fall 2001) 25

Niagara Falls, N.Y., I:2:(Fall 2001) 23–25, X:2:(Fall 2010) 16

atomic bomb and, X:1:(Summer 2010) 16

beauty and power, X:1:(Summer 2010) 14

coded spectacles, X:1:(Summer 2010) 15–16

history of, X:1:(Summer 2010) 12–16

icon of fugitives, X:1:(Summer 2010) 15

mummies and two-headed calves, X:1:(Summer 2010) 14–15

Niagara Falls Museum, X:1:(Summer 2010) 13, 15

Niagara Falls Power Company, X:1:(Summer 2010) 13

Nicoll, Francis, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 32

Nicoll, Rensselaer, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 32

Nicolls, Gov. Richard, IX:3:(Winter 2010) 25

Nielsen, Kim E. (au), VI:1:(Summer 2006) 3, 23–26

9/11. See September 11, 2001 terrorist attack

Niss, Barbara J. (au), V:4:(Spring 2006) 3, 6–7

Nixon, Richard M., I:2:(Fall 2001) 28, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 8, 11, IX:2:(Fall 2009) 26

Niznick, Elizabeth, X:2:(Fall 2010) 8

Non-Importation Act of 1806, IV:4:(Spring 2005) 20

Norris, Charles, XI:4:(Spring 2012) 10–14

North Elba, N.Y., II:3:(Winter 2003) 28–29, X:1:(Summer 2010) 22

North River Steamboat, VIII:2:(Fall 2008) 9

Northern Turnpike, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 29–31

Northup, Henry B., XII:2:(Fall 2012) 14–15

Northup, Solomon, X:1:(Summer 2010) 26, XII:2:(Fall 2012) 12–XII:2:(Fall 2012) 15

duped into slavery, XII:2:(Fall 2012) 13–14

twelve years in bondage, XII:2:(Fall 2012) 14–15

Norton, Mary Beth, V:2:(Fall 2005) 9

Norway, N.Y., V:1:(Summer 2005) 24, 26

Norwich, N.Y., VII:2:(Fall 2007) 18, 20

Nott, Charles, X:3:(Winter 2011) 27

Novak, Tara, VII:3:(Winter 2008) 5

Novelty Iron Works (New York City), VIII:3:(Winter 2009) 24–25

Nuclear Age. See Atomic Age

nuclear weapons. See atomic bomb

numbers game. See policy rackets

Nunez, Dr. Samuel, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 23

nurses, Civil War, XI:4:(Spring 2012) 20–23

indespensible service, XI:4:(Spring 2012) 23

a new role for women, XI:4:(Spring 2012) 21–22

Nuvolari, Tazio, I:2:(Fall 2001) 4

Nyitray, Kristen, IX:3:(Winter 2010) 9