Researchers are invited to the next researcher meeting on Friday, September 28, 2012 to meet with Research Services Executive Bill Mayer. The meeting will be held at the National Archives at College Park (Archives II) at 1:00 PM in lecture rooms B and C. See you there!
Pardon Our Dust…And Our Noise
This post was written by guest blogger Diane Dimkoff, Director of Customer Services On Friday evening February 17 and Saturday February 18, the National Archives will be converting to a new copy card system and also replacing most of its self-service copiers. Contractors will be connecting and then testing equipment to make sure all is functioning properly on … Continue reading Pardon Our Dust…And Our Noise
The following post comes from guest blogger Robyn Dexter, Archivist at the National Archives at Anchorage. Rear Admiral Richard Byrd was born in 1888, part of a prominent Virginia family. His commission in the Navy enabled him to pioneer developments in aviation, learning to fly during WWI. Byrd was instrumental in developing new technologies, such … Continue reading Byrd Expedition
Updated Responses to Questions about the Robert M. Warner Research Center Reconfiguration Project
Presenters at the Researcher Forum meeting on August 18 responded to several questions about the Archives I Reconfiguration Project during the Q & A portion of the program, which they promised to look into further and supplement as follows. Availability of Print and Online Versions of the U.S. Congressional Serial Set NARA purchased the Digital … Continue reading Updated Responses to Questions about the Robert M. Warner Research Center Reconfiguration Project
Family Tree Friday: Online RIPs for Military and Civilian records
The more we interact with the public, whether at national conferences or NARA-sponsored events such at the annual Genealogy Fair, the more we hear how much researchers would like to see our finding aids available online. Well, this seems like a good opportunity to point out that two of our most popular genealogy Reference Information … Continue reading Family Tree Friday: Online RIPs for Military and Civilian records
"What Are You Working On, Tina Ligon?"
Ever wonder what exciting new projects the many employees at NARA are working on? The “What are You Working On?” blog feature aims to introduce a variety of NARA employees and highlight some of the exciting projects we are working on around the agency. Check for this blog series on Wednesdays! This week, we introduce … Continue reading "What Are You Working On, Tina Ligon?"
Attention All Researchers: Open Forum Tomorrow!
There will be an open forum researchers' meeting tomorrow, September 29, 2010 at Archives II in College Park, MD. Archivist of the United States, David Ferriero, will be attending, so be sure to come by with your questions. We will meet in lecture rooms A and B at Archives II at 1 pm. The agenda … Continue reading Attention All Researchers: Open Forum Tomorrow!
Mathew Brady Civil War Photos: New and Improved on Flickr!
Way back in October, we announced that the National Archives was uploading several sets of our Mathew Brady photos onto Flickr. These original sets were not in any particular order, and were just a selection of the thousands of photographs that Mathew Brady took that now live at the National Archives. Also in that original … Continue reading Mathew Brady Civil War Photos: New and Improved on Flickr!
DC-area Researchers: Mark your calendars for the next researcher meeting.
Please join us on March 19th at 1 PM at Archives II in College Park (room TBD) for the first of a new series of monthly researcher meetings. Continuing the tradition of our Archives I Users Group, we will be holding monthly meetings with researchers to keep you informed of what is happening at Archives … Continue reading DC-area Researchers: Mark your calendars for the next researcher meeting.
DC-area Researchers: Welcome to our new discussion space!
Our researchers in Archives I asked for a way that we could continue the discussions begun at our recent researcher meeting at Archives I in Washington, DC. Special media researchers have also encouraged us to make communications easier with staff and managers. In response, we’re introducing a specialized series here on NARAtions. This new set … Continue reading DC-area Researchers: Welcome to our new discussion space!