The National Archives and Records Administration

@inproceedings{Smith1989TheNA,
  title={The National Archives and Records Administration},
  author={Christina Rudy Smith},
  year={1989}
}
Number of Pages I. NARA Documentation 1. List of Documentation (Folder 1 ) 2 pg. 2. User Note (Folder 1 ) 46 pg. 3. Translation File Record Layout (Folder 2) 3 pg. 4. Translation Programs, Main Program Text File(Folder 3) 16 pg. 5. Translation Programs, Latitude Longitude Conversion 7 pg Program Text File (Folder 4) 6. Translation Programs, ASCII Conversion Sub-Program Text 3 pg File (Folder 5) 7. Translation Programs, Periodic Set 1 Sub-Program Text File 3 pg (Folder 6) 8. Translation Programs… Expand
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