The Executive Branch Administrative Files include papers, reports, correspondence and other documents from the various government departments, offices, bureaus, commissions and organizations of the Tubman administration. The naming convention for departments and agencies was to file documents under the last name used during Tubman’s presidency. For example, the subseries Department of Information and Cultural Affairs contains the Liberian Information Service correspondence because the earlier Liberian Information Service was reorganized into the Department of Information and Cultural Affairs in 1965. Government agencies grow and divide over time and often change their names. The Legislative Branch Administrative Files include laws (―acts‖) passed by the Legislature, drafts of legislation and House of Representatives’ correspondence. The Judiciary Branch Administrative Files contains records from the Supreme Court and the ten Circuit Courts.
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