National Archives Continues Year-Long 75th Anniversary Celebration in June
Special events, programs, and films celebrate important anniversary
Panel discussion: 75 Years: The National Archives from a Community Perspective
Many types of researchers take advantage of the vast resources of the National Archives. Our panelists, all experienced researchers, will consider the National Archives of the past and future. Moderated by
Book Talk: 75th Anniversary Noontime Lecture Series
A Short History of the
Film: 75th Anniversary Noontime Film Series
From the Vaults: Propaganda, Persuasion & Promotion
From the Vaults: Propaganda, Persuasion & Promotion kicks off the 75th Anniversary Film Series with a selection of films from the holdings of the National Archives originally designed to explain and promote U.S. Government programs and policies. Included will be the
Noontime lectures: 75th Anniversary National Archives Expert Series
Fridays, June 5, 19, 26, at noon,
Featuring staff experts who will focus on archival treasures discovered among the holdings of the National Archives
June 5, conservators Mary Lynn Ritzenthalerand Kitty Nicholsonwill discuss the preservation of the Charters of Freedom.
June 19, Management and Program Analyst Rick Blondowill present 75 years of stories about the National Archives Building in Washington, DC.
June 26, Center for Legislative Archives staffers Jessie Kratz, Martha Grove, and Christine Blackerbywill discuss the unusual finds they’ve made while researching legislative records.
Background on the 75th anniversary
Signed into law by President
To verify the date and times of the programs, the public should call the Public Programs Line at: (202) 357-5000, or view the Calendar of Events on the web at: http://www.archives.gov/calendar.
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