Summary Information

Repository
George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives, Bowdoin College Library, Brunswick, Maine 04011
Title
Office of Student Records/Registrar: Records, 1802-
ID
2.1
Date
1802-
Extent
50.3 linear feet.
Language
English

Preferred Citation

Office of Student Records/Registrar. George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives. Bowdoin College Library.


Biogrpahical/Historical Note

The Office of the Registrar is responsible for monitoring students' progress toward and certifying students' completion of the degree. Specifically, the office analyzes and approves transfers of credit and advanced placement credit, communicates with academic departments about completion of major/minor requirements, tracks the awarding of honors, and completes all documentation for international students. In addition, this office maintains student and course information, course scheduling, registration, grades, classroom assignments and transcripts.

The first registrar, George T. Files, was appointed by President Hyde in 1900. His early duties replaced much of the work formerly done by class officers and the Faculty Recording Committee: schedules, registration, rules, regulations, absences, excuses, and reports of standing. This office was also responsible for the catalogue and bulletins. Charles T. Burnett succeeded Files in 1905. It is unclear who served in this capacity after Burnett. Helen Buffum Johnson was appointed by President Sills in 1947 and served until 1979. Rhoda Z. Bernstein succeeded Johnson. Sarah Bernard replaced Bernstein in 1989 and served until 1995, the year that the Office of the Registrar was reorganized and renamed the Office of Student Records. In 2007 Christine Cote, Registrar, announced that the name of the office would revert to Office of the Registrar, the more traditional name for an office handling student records.


Scope and Content

This collection contains the academic records of students who attended Bowdoin College and other materials produced and maintained by the Office of the Registrar. Significant holdings in the collection are the offical and unofficial transcripts of all students, including summer and special students, and the signature books of all matriculants. The earliest record is from 1802; the bulk of the material dates from the mid-1880's.


Administrative Information

Publication Information

 George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives, Bowdoin College Library, Brunswick, Maine 04011

3000 College Station
Brunswick, Maine, 04011
(207) 725-3288
scaref@bowdoin.edu

Access Restrictions

Some material restricted. Consult finding aid for specific information.


Collection Inventory

2.1.1: Matriculation Books, 1802-   1.0 linear feet.

Series Description:

This series contains the original signature books of matriculants to Bowdoin. The first two volumes are lists of attendees and cover the classes of 1806-1902.

Volumes 3 and 4 are matriculation books and contain the signatures of matriculants. This tradition began in 1841 with the class of 1844 but was abandoned in 1852. It resumed in 1872 and continued until 1902. Again abandoned, the custom was revived by President Sills in 1937. It has continued, unbroken, until the present. In these two volumes are the signatures of prominent alumni such as General Joshua L. Chamberlain (1852); Admirals Peary (1877) and MacMillan (1898); and Senators George Mitchell (1954) and William Cohen (1962).

Volume 3 contains the classes of 1845-1856 and 1941-1959. Volume 4 contains the classes of 1876-1906 and 1960-2000. Volume 5 begins with the class of 2001.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Volume-folio
1

Students Admitted into Bowdoin College, [1802-67] 

Volume
2

Admissions to Bowdoin College [1867-98] 

3

Matriculation Book [1841-1852 and 1941-1959] (classes of 1845-56 and 1941-59) 

Volume-folio
4

Matriculation Book [April 5, 1872-April 1902 and Sept. 17, 1956-September 1996] (classes of 1876-1906 and 1960-2000) 

5

Matriculation Book [September, 1997-] (classes of 2001-) 

Box
1

Students Admitted into Bowdoin College (1802 - 1867) [photocopy] 


2.1.2: Attendance Books, 1807-1893   0.5 linear feet.

Series Description:

This series consists of four volumes which were used to record the attendance of students. The arrival and departure dates for students from 1807-1841 were entered in the "Book of Entries," while daily student attendance from September 1891 to June 1893 was recorded in the "Registrar's Book." Also included is a Summer School of Science volume for July 1876 which lists the names and hometowns of registered students as well as the courses in which they were enrolled, the officers of instruction and course fee.

Arrangement:

Arranged choronologically.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Volume-folio
1

1807-1841, Book of Entries 

Box
1

1807-1841, Book of Entries (photocopy) 

Volume-folio
2

1869, no title [Chapel attendance record book] 

Volume
3

1876 Jul, Summer School of Science 

Volume-folio
4

1891-1893, Registrar's Book 


2.1.3: Transcripts (Official), Rankings and Academic Records, 1840-   20.0 linear feet.

Series Description:

This series contains student academic records from 1840. Before 1840, academic records were contained in the records of the Executive Government. The earliest records consist of oversize ledger sheets organized by class. Further divided by three terms and a year-end summary, these sheets record items such as: absences (excused and not excused) from College, prayers, public worship, recitation and lectures; neglect of themes, forensics and declamations; weekly rank at recitation; term/annual rank; deportment and remarks.

From 1859-1868, class records were kept in two bound volumes: one for detailed records and the other as a summary log. The detail records are in the same format as the earlier ledger sheets but add more columns for comments on specific areas such as: attention to study, expression for rank, and expression for conduct. The volume containing the years 1868-1874 includes both the summary and detailed records. Volume 3 of the series includes classes 1868-1874 and records individual course marks calculated weekly. This differs from previous rank books which excluded detail at the course level.

Beginning with the class of 1868 and ending with the class of 1901, class rank books were maintained to include the four year period of attendance. Thus, each of these four books contains complete student records for every fourth class (i.e., Vol. 4, 1875, 1879, etc.; Vol. 5, 1876, 1880, etc.).

Starting with the class of 1900 the format for maintaining student records changed again. At this point, pages of the register recorded an individuals' entire course level grades. This format continues through 1906. By this time, areas like deportment and chapel attendance were not recorded on a student's record.

From 1907, grades and other personal and academic information were maintained on custom-printed cards. The format of the card has changed several times over the years. In 1967, student courses and grades were also entered onto computer. At this point the hand-written card was augmented with a computer printout of a student's courses and grades. Transcripts and other academic records are currently maintained on computer. All original official transcripts not transferred to the Archives are held by Student Records.

Arrangement:

Arranged choronologically.

General Note:

Also included are microfilm copies of class ranks, 1840-1853 and 1859-1906, and microfilm copies of official transcripts of the classes of 1907-1989.

Access Restrictions:

Closed for 75 years from date of creation or until the death of the individual, whichever occurs first.

Ovsz-Box Folder
5 1

1840-1844, Class ranks for seniors, juniors, sophomores and freshmen 1840-1841, 1841-1842, 1842-1843, 1843-1844 (missing: class rank for juniors, 1840-1841 and class rank for seniors, 1841-1842) 

5 2

1844-1847, Class ranks for seniors, juniors, sophomores and freshmen 1844-1845, 1845-1846, 1846-1847 

5 3

1847-1850, Class ranks for seniors, juniors, sophomores and freshmen 1847-1848, 1848-1849, 1849-1850 

5 4

1850-1853, Class ranks for seniors, juniors, sophomores and freshmen 1850-1851, 1851-1852, 1852-1853 

Box Folder
1 1

ca. 1859, Course schedule (loose sheets from series 2.1.2, vol. 1) 

1 2

ca. 1859, Report in rank (loose sheets from series 2.1.2, vol. 2) 

Volume-folio
1

1859-1868, Summary of rank 

2

1859-1871, Detail of rank (class 1859 senior year - 1871 freshman year) 

3

1869-1877, Detail of rank (class 1869 senior year - 1877 freshman year) 

4

1875-1899, Detail of rank (every fourth class: 1875 begins senior year, 1879, 1883, 1887, 1891, 1895, 1899) 

5

1876-1900, Detail of rank (every fourth class: 1876 begins junior year, 1880, 1884, 1888, 1892, 1896, 1900 ends sophomore year) 

6

1877-1901, Detail of rank (every fourth class: 1877 begins sophomore year, 1881, 1885, 1889, 1893, 1897, 1901 freshman year only) 

7

1878-1898, Detail of rank (every fourth class: 1878, 1882, 1886, 1890, 1894, 1898) 

8

1900, Detail of rank 

17

1900-1904, Record of student deficiencies in rank 

15

1900-1906, Special students - detail of rank 

9

1901, Detail of rank 

10

1902, Detail of rank 

18

1902-1906, Record of student deficiencies in rank 

11

1903, Detail of rank 

12

1904, Detail of rank 

13

1905, Detail of rank 

14

1906, Detail of rank 

FileCab Drawer
Basement 1

1907-1926, Student transcripts 

Volume-folio
16

1918-1926, Major and minor warnings 

FileCab Drawer
Basement 2

1927-1940, Student transcripts 

Basement 3

1941-1947, Student transcripts 

Basement 4

1948-1953, Student transcripts 

Box
2

1954-1957, Student transcripts 

3

1958-1959, Student transcripts 

Microfilm
35 mm

1840-1853, class ranks 

35 mm

1859-1906, Detail of rank (vols. 1-15) 

35 mm

1907-1960, Student transcripts 

Microfilm Reel
16 mm 77

1961-1966, Student transcripts 

16 mm 78

1967-1970, Student transcripts 

16 mm 79

1971-1973, Student transcripts 

16 mm 79

1974, A-Kelley, Student transcripts 

16 mm 80

1974, Kelly-Z, Student transcripts 

16 mm 80

1975-1976, Student transcripts 

16 mm 92

1976-1979, Retakes - selected student transcripts 

16 mm 80

1977, A-Butterfield, Student transcripts 

16 mm 81

1977, Butler-Z, Student transcripts 

16 mm 81

1978, A-Z, Student transcripts 

16 mm 81

1979, A-Rosenfeld, Student transcripts 

16 mm 82

1979, Rosenfeld-Z, Student transcripts 

16 mm 92

1980-1982, Student transcripts 

Microfilm
35 mm

1980-1989, Student transcripts 


2.1.4: Transcripts (Unofficial), 1990-   8.5 linear feet.

Series Description:

Contains paper copies of official transcript records which are stored electronically at the Office of the Registrar.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically, then alphabetically.

Access Restrictions:

Closed for 75 years from date of creation or until the death of the individual, whichever occurs first.

Box Folder
1 1-8

Class of 1990, unofficial transcripts 

1 9

Class of 1990, unofficial transcripts for non-graduates 

2 1-8

Class of 1991, unofficial transcripts 

2 9

Class of 1991, unofficial transcripts for non-graduates 

3 1-8

Class of 1992, unofficial transcripts 

3 9

Class of 1992, unofficial transcripts for non-graduates 

4 1-6

Class of 1993, unofficial transcripts 

4 7

Class of 1993, unofficial transcripts for non-graduates 

4 8-13

Class of 1994, unofficial transcripts 

4 14

Class of 1994, unofficial transcripts for non-graduates 

4 15-20

Class of 1995, unofficial transcripts 

4 21

Class of 1995, unofficial transcripts for non-graduates 

5 1-6

Class of 1996, unofficial transcripts 

5 7

Class of 1996, unofficial transcripts for non-graduates 

5 8-13

Class of 1997, unofficial transcripts 

5 14

Class of 1997, unofficial transcripts for non-graduates 

5 15-21

Class of 1998, unofficial transcripts 

5 22

Class of 1998, unofficial transcripts for non-graduates 

6 1-6

Class of 1999, unofficial transcripts 

6 7

Class of 1999, unofficial transcripts for non-graduates 

6 8-13

Class of 2000, unofficial transcripts 

6 14

Class of 2000, unofficial transcripts for non-graduates 

6 15-20

Class of 2001, unofficial transcripts 

6 21

Class of 2001, unofficial transcripts for non-graduates 

6 22-24

Class of 2002, A-L, unofficial transcripts 

7 1-3

Class of 2002, M-Z, unofficial transcripts 

7 4

Class of 2002, unofficial transcripts for non-graduates 

7 5-10

Class of 2003, unofficial transcripts 

7 11

Class of 2003, unofficial transcripts for non-graduates 

7 12-17

Class of 2004, unofficial transcripts 

7 18

Class of 2004, unofficial transcripts for non-graduates 

7 19-24

Class of 2005, unofficial transcripts 

7 25

Class of 2005, unofficial transcripts for non-graduates 

8 1-6

Class of 2006, unofficial transcripts 

8 7

Class of 2006, unofficial transcripts for non-graduates 

8 8-13

Class of 2007, unofficial transcripts 

8 14

Class of 2007, unofficial transcripts for non-graduates 

8 15

Degree awarded in 2007 (not Class of 2007), unofficial transcripts 

8 16-21

Class of 2008, unofficial transcripts (includes graduates and non-graduates) 

8 22

Degree awarded in 2008 (not Class of 2008), unofficial transcripts 

9 1-9

Class of 2009, unofficial transcripts (includes graduates and non-graduates) 

9 10

Degree awarded in 2009 (not Class of 2009), unofficial transcripts 

9 11-19

Class of 2010, unofficial transcripts (includes graduates and non-graduates) 

9 20

Degree awarded in 2010 (not Class of 2010), unofficial transcripts 

9 21-29

Class of 2011, unofficial transcripts (includes graduates and non-graduates) 

9 30

Degree awarded in 2011 (not Class of 2011), unofficial transcripts 

10 1-9

Class of 2012, unofficial transcripts (includes graduates and non-graduates) 

10 10

Degree awarded in 2012 (not Class of 2012), unofficial transcripts 

10 11-19

Class of 2013, unofficial transcripts (includes graduates and non-graduates) 

10 20

Degree awarded in 2013 (not Class of 2013), unofficial transcripts 

10 21-29

Class of 2014, unofficial transcripts (includes graduates and non-graduates) 

10 30

Degree awarded in 2014 (not Class of 2014), unofficial transcripts 


2.1.5: Grade Sheets, 1972-   8.5 linear feet.

Series Description:

This series contains the summary grade sheets and the faculty grade worksheets. These papers list, by course, the students enrolled and their assigned grade. The grade sheet is the official record of student grades.

Access Restrictions:

Closed for 75 years from date of creation.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Box
1

1972 Fall - 1977 Fall 

2

1978 Spring - 1982 Spring 

3

1982 Spring - 1986 Fall and grade changes, 1986-1999 

4

1987 Spring - 1990 Spring 

5

1990 Fall - 1991 Spring 

6

1991 Fall - 1994 Spring 

7

1994 Fall - 1996 Spring 

8

1996 Fall - 1998 Spring 

9

1998 Fall - 1999 Fall 


2.1.6: Transcripts (Official), Non-Graduate, 1907-   2.0 linear feet.

Series Description:

This series contains the original official transcripts of those students who did not graduate from the College during the class years of 1907-1944. All original official transcripts not transferred to the Archives are held by Student Records.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

General Note:

Also included are microfilm copies of non-graduate student transcsripts, 1907-1944 and [1949]-1995.

Access Restrictions:

Closed for 75 years from date of creation or until the death of the individual, whichever occurs first.

Box
1

1907-1944, Ab-Kn 

2

1907-1944, Ko-Z 

Microfilm
35 mm

1907-1944, A-Z 

35 mm

[1949]-1986, A-Z 

35 mm

1957-1995, A-Z 

Microfilm Reel
16 mm 84

1940-1983, Non-graduates, including special students (A-Green, M.) 

16 mm 85

1940-1983, Non-graduates, including special students (Green, S.-Quirk) 

16 mm 86

1940-1983, Non-graduates, including special students (Rabin-Z) 

16 mm 92

1963-1982, Non-graduates (A-Z) 


2.1.7: Transcripts (Official), Special and Summer Students, 1942-   2.5 linear feet.

Series Description:

The original official transcripts of special students and those who attended summer classes between 1942-1948. Many of the transcripts are the records of students who attended Bowdoin during and immediately after World War II. These transcripts are in the same format as the regular students during this era. All original official transcripts not transferred to the Archives are held by Student Records.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

General Note:

Also included are microfilm copies of official transcripts for special and summer students, 1942-1983, and summer students, 1986-1987.

Access Restrictions:

Closed for 75 years from date creation or until the death of the individual, whichever occurs first.

Box
1

1942-1948, A-El 

2

1942-1948, Em-Ka 

3

1942-1948, Ke-O 

4

1942-1948, P-Tr 

5

1942-1948, Tu-Zw 

6

1944 Feb 12 and 1944 May 20, Basic Pre-Meteorological Unit, graduates and non-graduates 

Ovsz-Box
6

Blank diplomas 

Microfilm
35 mm

1942-1948 (A-Z), including 1944 Pre-Meteorological 

35 mm

1948-1983, 1986-1987 (A-Z) 

Microfilm Reel
16 mm 83

1958-1979, Special Program Students (A-Searfoss) 

16 mm 84

1958-1979, Summer Institutes and Summer School of Music (Seiple-Zundel) 

16 mm 83

1959-1974, NSF Masters Degree in Mathematics, graduates 

16 mm 83

1959-1974, NSF Masters Degree in Mathematics, non-graduates 

16 mm 84

1961, Special students (Cushman-Whittemore) 

16 mm 86

1964-1978, Special students (non-graduates A-Z) 

16 mm 92

1966-1979, Exchanges and Special students (A-Z) 


2.1.8: Grade Sheets, Special and Summer STudents, 1940-1986   1.0 linear foot.

Series Description:

This series contains the summary grade sheets and the faculty grade worksheets for special and summer programs. These papers list, by course, the students enrolled and their assigned grade. There is also additional information on some of the programs in each folder.

Arrangement:

Arranged by subject.

Access Restrictions:

Closed for 75 years from date of creation or until the death of the individual, whichever occurs first.

Box Folder
1 1

Summer School of Music 

1 2

Misc. Information RE: The Various Institutes 

1 3

American Painting Summer Institute, 1974- 

1 4

Experimental Course 1st. Semester, 1961-62, (for Raytheon Co. Employees) 

1 5

NSF Summer Institutes in Biology, 1959- Miscellaneous RE: Summer Programs 

1 6

In-service Summer Institutes in Math, 1959-60 and 1960-61 

1 7

Institutes in Physics, 9/57-5/58; Sum. '58, Sum. '59 

1 8

NSF Summer Institutes in Chemistry, 1959-62 incl.; 1964- . 

1 9-10

M.A. Degree in Math, 7/69- NSF Acad. Yr. & Sequential Institute 

1 11

M.A. Degree in Math, 6/59-6/63; NSF Academic Year & Sequential Institute 

1 12

M.A. Degree in Math, 7/63-6/67, NSF Academic Year & Sequential Institute 

1 13

M.A. Degree in Math, 7/67-6/69, NSF Academic Year & Sequential Institute 

1 14

Summer Institutes in Mathematics, other than leading to Bowdoin M.A. 

1 15

Naval Radar School, '41-'45 

1 16

Oakes Center Summer Program 

1 17

Grades in Courses, SI Participants Bowdoin Summer Institute Programs of 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962 


2.1.9: Annotated Catalogues, 1970-   2.0 linear feet.

Series Description:

This series contains the registrar's copy of the Bowdoin catalogue. Contained in some of these catalogues are the revisions to the published catalogue. Such annotation includes, for example, course description revisions, additional course offerings and instructor changes.

Arramgement:

Arranged chronologically.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Box
1

Annotated catalogues, 1970/71- 


2.1.10: Registration Packets, 1987-   0.5 linear feet.

Series Description:

This series contains the registration packets sent to new and returning students from 1987. Typically, the packets contain: a registration and information form, an honor system signature card, a registration and enrollment card, a schedule of courses, "Sources: Their Use and Acknowledgement," the most recent edition of the Student Handbook and other registration and course information. Over the years the forms and booklets have been revised. For example, the 1994-95 packet contains a two edition handbook, the student handbook and policies handbook.

For most years represented, their are two different packets, one for first year and one for returning students.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Box
1

Registration Packets, 1987-1993 


2.1.11: Data, Notices, and Schedules of Course Offerings, 1877- , n.d.   2.55 linear feet.

Series Description:

The bulk of the material in this series dates from 1959. Prior to 1959 there is information about the Summer School of Science in the late 1870s, an 1892 class schedule, a Geographic Survey of Bowdoin Students and Alumni by Philip M. Johnson (Bowdoin 1940) and Charles H. Pope (Bowdoin 1940) and miscellaneous class lists, examination schedules, and undated notices regarding attendance requirements. Though there is variation from year to year, from 1959-1993 information is included on class and exam schedules, course enrollment, classroom assignments, grade distributions, Dean's List rosters and registration notices. Included from 1977 are reports or booklets that list the schedules of course offerings exclusively.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically through 1993, followed by a chronological listing from 1977- , specifically for schedules of course offerings.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Box Folder
1 1

1877-1955, n.d. 

1 2

1939 May 25, A Geographic Survey of Bowdoin Students and Alumni by Philip M. Johnson (Bowdoin 1940) and Charles H. Pope (Bowdoin 1940) which includes data from entering classes 1916-1935 

1 3

1959-1960 

1 4

1960-1961 

1 5

1961-1962 

1 6

1962-1963 

1 7

1963-1964 

1 8

1964-1965 

1 9

1965-1966 

1 10

1966-1967 

1 11

1967-1968 

1 12

1968-1969 

1 13

1969-1970 

1 14

1970-1971 

1 15

1971-1972 

1 16

1972-1973 

1 17

1973-1974 

1 18

1974-1975 

2 1

1975-1976 

2 2

1976-1977 

2 3

1978 

2 4

1979 

2 5

1980 

2 6

1981-1982 

2 7

1982-1983 

3 1

1983-1984 

3 2

1984-1985 

3 3-4

1985-1986 

3 5

1986-1987 

3 6

1987-1988 

3 7

1990-1993 

4 1

Schedule of course offerings, 1977-1980 

4 2

Schedule of course offerings, 1980-1985 

4 3-4

Schedule of course offerings, 1985-1994 

4 5

Schedule of course offerings, 1995-1996 

4 6

Schedule of course offerings, 1996-1997 

4 7

Schedule of course offerings, 1997-1998 

4 8

Schedule of course offerings, 1998-1999 

4 9

Schedule of course offerings, 1999-2000 

4 10

Schedule of course offerings, 2000-2001 

4 11

Schedule of course offerings, 2001-2002 

4 12

Schedule of course offerings, 2002-2003 

4 13

Schedule of course offerings, 2003-2004 

4 14

Schedule of course offerings, 2004-2005 

5 1

Schedule of course offerings, 2005-2006 

5 2

Schedule of course offerings, 2006-2007 

5 3

Schedule of course offerings, 2007-2008 

5 4

Schedule of course offerings, 2008-2009 

5 5

Schedule of course offerings, 2009-2010 

5 6

Schedule of course offerings, 2010-2011 

5 7

Schedule of course offerings, 2011-2012 

5 8

Schedule of course offerings, 2012-2013 

6 1

Schedule of course offerings, 2013-2014 

6 2

Schedule of course offerings, 2014-2015 


2.1.12: Diplomas, n.d.   0.25 linear feet.

Series Description:

Several signed and blank diplomas. Also contained in this series is a large negative from which a diploma may be printed.

Arrangement:

By category.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Ovsz-Box Folder
5 1

Blank Diplomas (8), various sizes 

5 2

Blank Diploma Negative 


2.1.13: General Correspondence, 1894-1923   0.25 linear feet.

Series Description:

This series contains correspondence files kept by George T. Files, the first registrar of the College, from 1894-1923. Materials consist mostly of letters to Files requesting student records, grade or attendence record changes, or publications inquiries or orders.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Box Folder
1 1

Indexes of Files papers collection; alphabetical and chronological 

1 2-26

George T. Files, correspondence, 1894-1901 

2 1-27

George T. Files, correspondence, 1901-1923 


2.1.14: Recording Committee, 1974-   0.75 linear feet.

Series Description:

The Recording Committee is a standing committee of the College composed of faculty, students, and staff, that considers and enforces matters of academic standing for individual students, and considers exceptions to the policies and procedures governing academic life. Grade changes, graduation requirements, changes in majors, course credit, course numbering, probation, suspension, and dismissal are among the matters the committee addresses. This series contains Recording Committee agendas, minutes, memorandums, notes, reports, and probation lists. Additional Recording Committee material can be found in: Faculty Records: Recording Committee and Office of the Dean of Student Affairs: Recording Committee.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Access Restrictions:

Restricted.

Box Folder
1 1-21

1974 Jun - 2000 Dec