Guest Blog: What's a feminist social historian...
The records described in this blog entry were screened by Center staff before they were served. All modern records in the Center, especially those containing personal information like private bills, require screening by our staff to ensure privacy is properly protected. For more information about House and Senate access rules, visit...
We have a Flickr collection page!! →
The Center for Legislative Archives now has a collection under the National Archives’ photostream on Flickr. Check out some of the documents from our holdings! We’ll be adding to it all the time, so be sure to check back often.
Introducing the Center for Legislative Archives
Staff from the Center for Legislative Archives Congress in the Archives will feature a monthly staff post on our blog. Our first staff post comes from the Center’s Director, Richard Hunt. My name is Richard H. Hunt, and I am the Director of the Center for Legislative Archives at the National Archives. Despite that long, nondescript title, I am often told that I have one of the best...
It's Constitution Week!
The National Archives will be celebrating the Constitution’s Birthday today with ice cream and First Lady Dolley Madison as she describes White House entertainment in the early 19th century. The first 224 guests entering the Special Events entrance at Constitution Avenue at 1 pm will join Mrs. Madison. Also, check out the events at the Capitol Visitor Center for Constitution...
Looking back on past events is what all archivists do every day. It was never...– Check out this amazing post on processing the records of the 9/11 Commission from one of our archivists, Kristen Wilhelm, that is featured on the National Archives’ Prologue blog.