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Pinkerton's National Detective Agency records, 1853-1999

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Administrative File, 1857-1999 (continued)
BOX 45 REEL 1 Oct. 29-Nov. 26, 1861
(5 folders)
BOX 45 REEL 2 New York office
Daily journal, Oct 27, 1865-Mar. 26, 1866
(3 folders)
Superintendent George H. Bangs copybooks
Vol. 1
Feb. 2-Nov. 20, 1869
(2 folders)
BOX 46 REEL 2 Jan. 1, 1870-Jan. 5, 1871
(2 folders)
Vol. 2, index, Mar. 31, 1871-June 2, 1872
(4 folders)
BOX 46 REEL 3 Vol. 3
Index, Nov. 21-Dec. 31, 1872
(5 folders)
BOX 47 REEL 3 Jan. 1-10, 1873
(2 folders)
Pinkerton, Allan (1819-1884)
Vol. 1, index, Aug. 5, 1872-Aug. 29, 1875
(8 folders)
Vol. 2
Index, Sept. 2, 1875-June 14, 1878
(2 folders)
BOX 48 REEL 3 July 20, 1878-Nov. 12, 1883
(2 folders)
Reports on Mollie Maguires to Franklin B. Gowan, Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Co., originals, 1874-1875
BOX 48Not filmed Library catalogs, 1897, undated
Music, songs referring to Pinkerton detectives, 1912, 1984
National Bureau of Criminal Identification, 1922-1923, 1963, 1968
Philadelphia, Pa., office
Employee record book, circa 1880-1900
Licensing, 1887-1918, 1924, undated
BOX 49 Photographs, 1927, 1960, undated
“Picture Cabinet,” photograph filing system, 1914, undated
Policies, procedure, and training
All Office Order Books
Canvassing, sales
Index, undated
Index no. 0, outline and suggestions, 1926-1938
Index nos. 1-5, accountants-brokers, 1926-1942
Index nos. 6-10, character inspections-flat rate work, 1926-1947
Index nos. 11-15, food products liability claims-hospitals, 1924-1942
Index nos. 16-20, insurance-newspaper articles, 1924-1948
Index nos. 21-25, oil companies-public offices, 1923-1948
Index nos. 26-30, schools, colleges and universities-store services, 1926-1948
Index nos. 31-35, telephone, telegraph, and cable companies-unfair competition, 1926-1945
BOX 50 Numerical files
Vol. 1, 1924-1949
(4 folders)
Vol. 2, 1921-1950
(4 folders)
BOX 51 Vol. 3
Index, 1977
Order no. 0s, executive, 1964-1977
Order no. 100s, operating, 1959-1976
Order no. 200s, general, 1957-1971
Order no. 300s-500s, criminal-clerical, 1959-1977
Order no. 600s, financial, 1956-1977
Pamphlets, Kansas City, Kans.
Order 210, airlines, 1945
Order 223, railroad checking, 1924
Order 224, street railway checking, 1925
Order 225, checking steamers, 1924
Order 226, dining car service, 1928
Order 227, testing buses, 1945
Order 228, testing theaters, 1931-1932
Order 233, Pinkerton's store service, 1932
Order 234, hotel service inspection, 1934
Order 235, food poisoning and foreign substances, 1937
Order 237, repossession work, 1958
BOX 52 Orders 250-252, life, accident, and health insurance, 1935, 1944
Order 253, casualty insurance, 1936, 1944
Order 255, suretyship, 1949
Order 257, burglary, robbery, and theft, 1949
Order 260, fire investigation, 1940
Order 263, general disability claims, surveillance and motion pictures, 1947-1955
Order 411, plant property protection, 1942
Protective Patrol
Order nos. 401-416, 1904
Order nos. 401-429 with index, 1905
Patrol forms, undated
BOX 53 Topical files
Agency history, 1926, 1936
Investigations, civil and criminal, 1935-1941
Miscellaneous, 1921-1947
(2 folders)
Pretexts and shadowing, 1929-1940
War work, 1941-1942
“Digest” of civil and criminal law, 1932, 1939, undated
Index
Articles 1-7, introductory-confessions
Articles 9-16, private wrongs-burglary
Articles 25-35, receiving stolen goods-locating persons
Articles 36-50, civil actions-law terms and maxims
BOX 54 “General Principles and Rules,” and related policy statements, 1873-1881, 1916, 1945, 1960, undated
Handbooks, 1956-1959, 1974, undated
Photographs of safe burglary by blowing, burning, and ripping, undated
Training manuals, 1950s
Vol. 1, “Agency History and Policies, Employees' Responsibility, Civics, Operations . . . .”
Vol. 2, “Operating Methods of Procedure, Investigations: Open and Direct, Use of Pretext, Roping, Undercover, Surveillance”
Vol. 2A, “Operating Methods of Procedure: Secret Investigations”
Vol. 3, “Operating: Reports, Lawful Procedure” (section missing on “Informants and Sources of Information,” pp. 92-105)
Vol. 4, “Operating: Witnesses, Evidence, Criminal Investigations”
Vol 4A, supplement, “How to Open Locks Without Keys or Picks”
Vol. 5, “Operating: Civil Investigations, Protection”
Vol. 6, “Operating: Case Histories”
BOX 55 Vol. 7, “Arson Investigators Manual”
Public relations and promotional material
Agency histories, 1902, undated
Branch manager's press kit, 1951, 1961-1964, undated
Sales literature
“Hands Up,” 1923-1925, 1948, undated
Miscellaneous, 1924-1935, 1949-1953
Reward books
American Bankers Association photographs, undated
“Book 7, Hartford Office,” Hartford, Conn., 1932-1957, undated See also Oversize
(2 folders)
BOX 56 “Book 8, Denver Office,” Denver, Colo., 1914-1915, undated See also Oversize
(4 folders)
“Book 9, New Orleans Office,” New Orleans, La., 1926-1948, undated See also Oversize
(1 folder)
BOX 57 (1 folder)
“Book 11,” 1926-1939, undated See also Oversize
(4 folders)
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