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The NDC blog is a fellow National Archives blog focusing on the National Declassification Center. According to the NDC Blog, the mission of the NDC is “…to align people, processes, and technologies to advance the declassification and public release of historically valuable permanent records while maintaining national security.” Well, it appears that, in the process […]
For those of you in or near the Atlanta area, we invite you to join us on Monday, January 21 as we celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with a free showing of the Inauguration of President Barack Obama in our Museum theaters. (Specific schedule details will be announced soon! Check back on our Events […]
On November 4, 1979, Iranian militants stormed the United States Embassy in Tehran and took sixty-six Americans captive. This act triggered a profound crisis of the Carter presidency and began a personal ordeal for Jimmy Carter and the American people that lasted 444 days. However, six American diplomats, often referred to as “the Tehran Six,” […]
Attention, researchers! Are you interested in pursuing scholarly work in Presidential studies and American history? If so, we’d like to draw your attention to the Harry Middleton Fellowships in Presidential Studies. These fellowships were created by Lady Bird Johnson as a way to recognize Harry Middleton, who served as Director of the Lyndon Baines Johnson […]
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