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This question just came in from a fan of the National Archives: Is there a consensus as to which presidential inaugural address was the best? I recognize that in this case “beauty is in the eye of the beholder” and it may be more accurate to think of the top five rather than single one […]
ARCHIVES I and ARCHIVES II research rooms will shortly be getting new self-service digital scanner/copiers and a new copy card system. What kind of scanner/copiers have been purchased? The scanner/copiers are the Sharp Model MX-M363, modified to use platen covers in place of document feeders, which are not permitted in copying original records. The paper […]
Have you conducted research at the National Archives? If so, you probably remember filling out this researcher application form. We use this form as both a security measure to protect the records, as well as to better understand your research interests and goals. We’ve made some updates to the form, and we’re looking for your feedback to […]
The following post comes from Stuart Culy of the Policy and Planning Staff We want your comments, again! Last December, the National Archives started looking at changing the way we let the public know about new and changing record reproduction fees. As a result of public comments and staff deliberations, we’ve drafted a proposed rule […]
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