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Finding a Civilian Personnel File

In her hunt for details relating to Loyd’s short life, our archivist knew to look for a Civilian Personnel File, since Loyd was a federal employee.  She contacted the National Personnel Records Center in St. Louis (NPRC), and they were able to locate his records.  This gave her much more information about his life.

Loyd was hired by the General Land Office on 4/18/1916.  This application form confirmed my findings about his graduation from Yuma County High School.  It also told me that he went to the University of Colorado at Boulder after high school. 

As part of our ongoing efforts to help the public conduct successful research, we at the National Archives at Riverside occasionally share the research methodologies of our staff, researchers, and citizen archivists.  This post is part of a series of posts related to the research of one of our former archivists, Monique, into the life of a man named Loyd Sechrist.  Sechrist conducted surveys of Arizona immediately after statehood for the Bureau of Land Management, and records related to his life (and death) caught Monique’s curiosity.   Follow the story of Monique’s research into the history of this man here on Tumblr with the tag #Loyd Sechrist, and on our archives’ Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/nationalarchivesriverside.

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Finding a Civilian Personnel File
In her hunt for details relating to Loyd’s short life, our archivist knew to look for a Civilian Personnel File, since Loyd was a federal employee.  She contacted the National Personnel Records Center in St. Louis (NPRC), and they were able to locate his records.  This gave her much more information about his life.
Loyd was hired by the General Land Office on 4/18/1916.  This application form confirmed my findings about his graduation from Yuma County High School.  It also told me that he went to the University of Colorado at Boulder after high school. 
As part of our ongoing efforts to help the public conduct successful research, we at the National Archives at Riverside occasionally share the research methodologies of our staff, researchers, and citizen archivists.  This post is part of a series of posts related to the research of one of our former archivists, Monique, into the life of a man named Loyd Sechrist.  Sechrist conducted surveys of Arizona immediately after statehood for the Bureau of Land Management, and records related to his life (and death) caught Monique’s curiosity.   Follow the story of Monique’s research into the history of this man here on Tumblr with the tag #Loyd Sechrist, and on our archives’ Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/nationalarchivesriverside.
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