Today’s guest post is by Dana Roark, archives technician at the Lee’s Summit Federal Records Center. One of the most vivid memories I have of my first day at Lee’s Summit, a National Archives facility, was the drive in to my new workplace. As I rounded the corner of the driveway, I came face-to-face with the yawning black mouth [...]
The U.S. Capitol under construction, 1860 (National Archives Identifier 530494) As a new year begins, the 112th Congress reconvenes for a second session of legislative activity. Representatives and senators from across the country are again descending upon the Capitol, ready to commence debates, proceedings, and hearings. This is how the legislative branch of the Federal Government [...]
Posted by Gregory Marose on January 6, 2012, under - Civil War, News and Events, Rare Photos, Unusual documents.
Tags: 112th Congress, 1860, 36th Congress, Adam Goodheart, Alabama, Arkansas, civil war, Confederate, federal government, Florida, Georgia, kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, missouri, North Carolina, secession, South Carolina, Tennessee, texas, Union
Only 43 men in the history of the United States have held the title of President. That’s a fairly small group , smaller than your average NFL team. But smaller still is the group of professionals who have held the title as the President’s chief photographer. To date, only nine men have served as the official White [...]
Posted by Victoria on October 25, 2011, under - Presidents, - The 1960s, News and Events.
Tags: Bob McNeely, David Hume, David Valdez, Eric Draper, exhibits, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, missouri, Oval Office, Pete Souza, photograkers, photography, presidential libraries, presidential photographer, Truman Library, Truman Library and Museum, White House, White House Photographer
The Show Me State is showing its appreciation for the work of the National Archives and Records Administration. Governor Jay Nixon has signed a proclamation declaring June 2 as “National Archives and Records Administration Recognition Day” in the great state of Missouri. The proclamation was announced in the presence of our very own Archivist of [...]
Posted by Rob Crotty on June 2, 2010, under News and Events.
Tags: missouri, National archives and records administration recognition day, national personnel records center time capsule, nprc