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Why so blue?

Starting on Monday, June 6th if you make copies in our research rooms in the Washington, DC, area you will notice a difference in your copies.  Copies made on the self-service black and white printers in the research rooms or on the public use computers will be printed on Windsor Blue paper.   Why are […]

Please join us for the next DC-area Researchers Meeting on Monday, May 23rd – NOTE: NEW DATE and TIME!

We hope you will be able to join us at the next DC-area researcher meeting when we will also be joined by David Ferriero, Archivist of the United States. The meeting will be on Monday, May 23rd at 10 AM at the National Archives in College Park, Maryland in lecture rooms B/C.  Please note that the […]

On the Move: An Update on Records Being Sent to Off-site Storage from the DC-area

The following is a guest post from Susan Cummings, Director of Access Programs. At the last couple of Researcher Users Group meetings we discussed the need for NARA to periodically move records out of Archives I and II to make room for new accessions to be processed by the DC area staff.  Subsequently, we posted for […]

Minutes from the February 18th DC-area Researchers Meeting are now available

The minutes from the Researcher Users’ Group meeting on February 18th (PDF) are now available on the page for the Researcher Users Group at the National Archives in the Washington, DC Area. Topics covered in the meeting included: – NARA’s Transformation Plan – The 1940 Census – An update on the Archives I renovation […]

Agenda for the DC-Area Researchers Meeting on February 18th

Have you marked your calendar to join us for the next DC-area Researchers Group meeting on Friday, February 18th?  We will meet at 1 PM in room G-24 of the National Archives Building in Washington, DC. The agenda includes: 1. A discussion of NARA’s Transformation Plan (read more on the Archivist’s blog) 2. An update […]

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