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Glen F. Brown papers: Geological Reports

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Identifier: GTM-010327
Scope and Contents Geological and mineralogy reports, along with some geological journals. Most of the material relates to the United States Department of Interior Geological Survey Saudi Arabian mission, and was published by either the USGS or by the Saudi Arabia Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources. Some miscellaneous geological studies of other areas are included, as well as scattered symposium proceedings and geological journals. Box descriptions are not exhaustively inclusive, as the collection...

Joseph A. Mahon ARAMCO History Project collection

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS185
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The collection consists of 47 folders of material, primarily reports and typed commentaries/reviews authored or collected by ARAMCO executive Joseph A. Mahon, concerning ARAMCO administration and management, employee recruitment and training, community development, as well as oil production and the waterfront development of Ras Tanura. This collection, and particularly the interview transcript with Mr. Mahon (Folder 47), is part of the ARAMCO History Project, with Paul J. Nance as coordinator...

Dorothy Miller photographic collection

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Identifier: GTM-060125

Robert P. Miller papers

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Identifier: GTM-120518
Scope and Contents Note The Robert P. Miller Papers document the work of American geologist Robert P. Miller, who was one of the first Americans to enter Saudi Arabia to explore that nation's rich oil resources in the 1930s. As an employee of the California Arabia Standard Oil Company (CASOC), Miller took part in establishing the oil industry in Saudi Arabia from its earliest days. CASOC was the precursor of the Arabian American Oil Company (ARAMCO), which produced great amounts of oil in Saudi Arabia for decades. ...

William E. Mulligan papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS160
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The William E. Mulligan Papers primarily consist of personal and official correspondence, reports, manuscripts and printed materials relating to Mulligan's career in the Government Affairs Department of Aramco (the Arabian American Oil Company) from 1946 to 1978. The material is arranged in just over 500 folders in 18 boxes. The William E. Mulligan Papers contain an extraordinary amount of highly unique primary and secondary source materials on the early years of Aramco and many of...

Garry Owen papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS283
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Garry Owen Papers consist of manuscripts and printed materials about Saudi Arabia and the Middle East. An employee of the Arabian American Oil Company (ARAMCO), Garry Owen collected memos and articles relevant to ARAMCO's work in Saudi Arabia. The highlight of the collection is an original letter from famous Arabist H. St. John Philby to Owen. Other documents mostly concern the political and economic features of Saudi Arabia. The collection is contained in two archival boxes (2.25 linear...

George S. Rentz, Jr. papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS434
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The George S. Rentz, Jr. Papers (2 Boxes, 3.0 linear feet) contain the correspondence, photographs, and collected printed materials of George S. Rentz, Jr., the noted Arabist who pioneered the Research and Translation division of the Arabian American Oil Company (Aramco). The collection provides primary and secondary source material for the history of the Arabian American Oil Company, U.S.-Saudi relations, the politics of oil, and the Palestinian revolution. Rentz's private notebooks and...

Bert Seal ARAMCO photographic collection

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS314
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The collection consists of 94 photographs taken in Saudi Arabia between the years of 1955 and 1960. The photos have been left in their original order as they were received from Bert Seal, ARAMCO Public Relations Department Photographer. The prints were made by Seal from copy negatives from 8x10 prints he brought back from Saudi Arabia. The Arabian American Oil Company (ARAMCO) was organized to carry out oil operations in Saudi Arabia under a concession agreement with that country's government....

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