Tag: National archives and records administration recognition day
October is American Archives Month! To celebrate, we’re running a series of “spotlights” on the many locations that make up the National Archives. Today’s post features the National Archives Building in Washington, DC, and was written by Rick Blondo, management and program analyst at the National Archives. The Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, and the [...]
Posted by Hilary on October 25, 2012, under - Constitution, Disability History, Pennsylvania Avenue.
Tags: ADA, Americans with Disabilities Act, bill of rights, Constitution, Constitution 225, constitution day, declaration of independence, National archives and records administration recognition day, Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards
The only five-star general ever to be elected President of the United States, Dwight Eisenhower was a man of many accomplishments. That is why it should come as no surprise that Ike was a leader in the kitchen as well. Throughout his Presidency, Eisenhower used the kitchen on the third floor of the White House [...]
Posted by Gregory Marose on August 31, 2011, under - Presidents, Recipes, Uncategorized, What's Cooking, What's Cooking Wednesdays.
Tags: Eisenhower Presidential Library, National archives and records administration recognition day, President Eisenhower, recipe, soup, What's Cooking Uncle, What's Cooking Uncle Sam?
At 1:28 p.m. on September 28, 1924, two planes landing in Seattle made history. The Chicago and New Orleans had flown 26,345 miles in 66 days to become the first airplanes to circumnavigate the globe. Four planes had started the journey on April 6, but the Seattle and Boston had been forced down over Alaska and [...]
Posted by Mary on September 28, 2010, under - Exploration, - World War I, Rare Videos.
Tags: american history, army, aviation history, early aviation, magellans of the sky, NARA, national archives, National archives and records administration, National archives and records administration recognition day, odd history, Pieces of History, prologue blog, Prologue magazine, random history, weird US history
The National Archives is a behemoth of information. There are 10 billion or so pages of documents and hundreds of thousands of reels of motion picture footage, all spread out among regional archives, Presidential libraries, and Federal Records Centers to name a few. But the National Archives family is bigger than just that: we’ve also [...]
Posted by Rob Crotty on July 20, 2010, under News and Events, Social Media Guides.
Tags: arc, atlanta, digital vaults, docsteach, eyewitness, facebook, featured exhibits, federal register, fr 2.0, good websites, herbert hoover, mystery monday, NARA, national archives, National archives and records administration recognition day, teacher resources, top ten list
Each month the National Archives in the Regions puts together a calendar of events that lays out all the great things going on around the country related to our nation’s records. At the top of that calendar is always a great story based on a few records found in our regional locations, and this month [...]
Posted by Rob Crotty on July 7, 2010, under News and Events, Social Media Guides.
Tags: baseball hall of fame, calendar of events, mickey mantle, mr cub, NARA, National archives and records administration recognition day, regional archives, selective service