From coast to coast the National Archives is celebrating the 1940 census next week with events and workshops. We hope you will join us!
The National Archives at Boston will be offering a program called “The 1940 Census is Here Today!” on April 2nd. Please email them at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
If you are in Philadelphia, make sure to look up at the crown lights on the PECO building which will be celebrating the 1940 census! The National Archives at Philadelphia will host an opening day party on April 2 from 8:30-4:45 (ET). Drop in for refreshments, balloons, and raffles.
The National Archives at Atlanta will have a 1940 census workshop on Saturday, April 7th at 10 AM (ET). Email them at email@example.com for more information.
Our staff at the National Archives in Chicago are also hosting a reception on April 2nd. To learn more, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are in Kansas City you can attend “Introduction to the 1940 Census” at 10 AM (CT) or 2 PM (CT) on April 2nd. If you can’t make the workshops on April 2nd, they will also be held on April 5th. To register, please email the National Archives at Kansas City at email@example.com
In Texas, the National Archives at Fort Worth has a busy week of programs planned. On April 2nd they are celebrating with an opening day event beginning at 7:45 (CT) with remarks from Gabriel Sanchez, Regional Director of the Dallas Regional Office of the Census Bureau and Meg Hacker, Archives Director. At 9 AM and 2 PM there will be “Enumeration District Training.” And at noon there will be a talk by Paula Wright of the Dallas Regional Office of the Census Bureau. April 3-6 the National Archives will have “Enumeration District Training” each day at 9:00 AM (CT) and 2:00 PM (CT) with other programs held each day at noon. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The National Archives at Denver is having an open house on April 2nd. Email them at email@example.com for more information.
At the National Archives in San Francisco there will be an open house at 8:30 AM (PT) until noon.
For events happening at the National Archives in Washington, DC, please see our blog post from earlier this week.
We hope to see you next week as we celebrate the opening of the 1940 census at http://1940census.archives.gov at 9:00 AM (ET) on April 2nd!