January 15, 2022 / Rating: 4.7 / Views: 720 Gallery of Images "What’s New In? Archives" (19 pics):
What’s New In? Archives
On March 26, 2018, staff at the National Archives at College Park will be changing the NARA custodial unit for 118,544 cubic feet of U. S. Patent and Trademark Office Record Group 241 patent files and related records from the National Archives at College Park to the National Archives at Kansas City. Learn more
A digital image archive on the Internet, Newspaper ARCHIVE contains an extensive collection of newspaper issues from both large and small papers around the world, dating back more than 400 years. Newspapers Research Links – over 39,000 free newspaper titles and links for the United States. There are several meanings to the term “newspaper archive.”. This section includes all titles from Chronicling America, Fulton, Advantage Archives, and Google.Newspapers have been storing digital copies of articles for years as part of their “newspaper archive.”.In these morgues, supplemental materials are gathered from the physical archives of a newspaper.Please note: Archway will be unavailable from Tuesday 14th December 6.45pm until approximately 10am Wednesday 15th December, in order to process our annual update of records with expired restrictions. LATEST UPDATE COVID-19: Find out more about the status of our services under COVID-19 As part of our leadership role for information management (IM) across the government sector, today we have released the Information Management Maturity Assessment for public office and local authority use.close The Archives is very proud to announce the publication of two new books, both featuring original scholarship based on decades of research by our staff.For the first time in its 250 year history, there is now a comprehensive guide to the Maryland State House, featuring the history of its architecture, memorials and artwork.is a beautifully designed, 104-page tour of this National Historic Landmark, illustrated with stunning contemporary photography and fascinating historic images.As the State House is closed to the public for the foreseeable future, this book is a wonderful way to study and enjoy one of Maryland’s--and America’s--most historic buildings.This February, in time for the dedication of the new statues of Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass in the State House, we were pleased to release a new edition of .