Please join us on August 27th for our monthly DC-area researchers meeting and a discussion of records security issues

As part of the next DC-area researcher meeting on August 27th, Dr. Michael Kurtz, Assistant Archivist for Records Services – Washington, DC, will lead a discussion on records security issues.

We will meet at both the National Archives Building in Washington, DC and the National Archives in College Park, Maryland. The meeting at the National Archives Building in Washington, DC, will be held at 10 AM in room G-24. The meeting will be held again at the National Archives in College Park, Maryland at 1 PM in lecture rooms B and C.

Also, please mark your calendars for our September 29th meeting. We will meet at 1 PM at the National Archives in College Park, Maryland (place to be determined). David Ferriero, Archivist of the United States, is scheduled to join us at the September meeting.

If you have any questions or additional items for the agenda for the August 27th meeting, please contact Diane Dimkoff at diane.dimkoff@nara.gov.

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3 Responses to Please join us on August 27th for our monthly DC-area researchers meeting and a discussion of records security issues

  1. Angela McGhie says:

    At the June meeting we were told that the Archivist was going to participate in the August meeting. Is that still the case?

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    • Rebecca says:

      Angela – There has been a change in plans since the June meeting. The Archivist will be attending the September meeting. The September meeting will be held on September 29th at 1 pm at the National Archives in College Park (room to be determined).

      – Rebecca

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