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Archive for 'Digital Projects'
Today’s post is written by Stephanie Stegman, the special media projects volunteer at the National Archives at Fort Worth. This is the second post in a three-part series. (If you missed it, the first post can be found here.) Today’s topic is paperwork. Paperwork was a vital part of daily life at the New Orleans Custom […]
Posted by Stephanie on April 26, 2012, under Civil Records, Digital Projects, NARA beyond DC/MD.
Today’s post is written by Stephanie Stegman, the special media projects volunteer at the National Archives at Fort Worth. This is the first post in a three-part series. Electoral projections are a popular topic these days, and everyone has an opinion. In July 1860, two engineers in Louisiana exchanged their predictions on the upcoming presidential […]
Posted by Stephanie on April 19, 2012, under Civil Records, Digital Projects, NARA beyond DC/MD.
To assist researchers interested in records of the Department of State and other foreign affairs agencies, the most heavily used records in the National Archives, the Textual Archives Services Division has launched a newly revamped set of pages on the Archives’ website for providing an introduction to foreign affairs records. The conduct of foreign affairs […]
Posted by David Langbart on March 5, 2012, under Civil Records, Digital Projects, Reference, Researchers, The Process.
Today’s post is written by Tom McAnear, a processing archivist in College Park. Tom is participating in the Archival Development Program, an in-house multi-year training course for all of NARA’s archivists. As part of my Archival Development Program (ADP) training I recently completed a 30-day rotation in June at the National Collection of Aerial Photography […]
Posted by Guest Blogger on October 11, 2011, under Digital Projects, Outside NARA, The Process.
Today’s post is written by Onaona Guay, a processing archivist in College Park. Among the handmade ephemera of the September 11 Recovery Program records are a few professionally made items. One of these items is an autographed photographic portrait of Rusty. Following the September 11 attacks, many individuals volunteered their time and skills to the […]
9-11 African American Alan Walker Alfie Paul American Red Cross Civil War David Langbart deck logs Department of State District of Columbia DOJ donated materials Dwight D. Eisenhower FBI Foreign Service Posts Franklin D. Roosevelt Greg Bradsher John Jay looted art M. Marie Maxwell MFA&A Monique Politowski Monuments Men Onaona Guay OSS RG 24 RG 59 RG 60 RG 65 RG 84 RG 165 RG 242 RG 286 RG 306 RG 469 RG 498 Roberts Commission Sylvia Naylor U.S. Army U.S. Marshals U.S. Navy volunteers War Department World War I World War II