The collection of State-Federal Enforcement Conference proceedings and reports, and technical and administrative files related to enforcement notices are excellent primary sources of data and information related to water pollution problems in the United States during the 1950s and 1960s. Federal agency documents related to water pollution and enforcement activities are located in the National Archives, 8601 Adelphi Road, Adelphi, Maryland. A shuttle bus is available from the National Archives building in Washington, DC. Records are available for review only from 9:00 a.m. through 5 p.m. at the National Archives. The contact telephone number for the National Archives in Adelphi, Maryland (as of October 3, 1996) is (301) 713-7250, ext. 331.

Since the number of boxes included in the set of enforcement documents is quite large, anyone interested in examining the records should review the detailed listing of the contents of document boxes listed in Appendix A-3, Appendix A-4, and Appendix A-5. Each appendix provides the National Archives tracking and accession numbers required to retrieve document box numbers for specific waterways or enforcement activities of interest.

Appendix A-3 National Archive Records of Joint State-Federal Enforcement Conference Transcripts, 1957-1972

Accession Number: 412-74-0027 Archives Tracking Number: TN28/C3/7A Number of Document Boxes: 47 (#1-#47)

Appendix A-4 National Archive Records of Interstate Water and Conference Enforcement Action Files

Accession Number: 412-74-0022 Archives Tracking Number: TN28/C3/7A

Number of Document Boxes: 117 (#1-62, #62a, #62b, #62c, #63-#114)

Appendix A-5 National Archive Records of 180-Day Notice Transcripts

Accession Number: 412-74-0026 Archives Tracking Number: TN28/C3/9A Number of Document Boxes: 8 (#1-#8)

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