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Archival Institutions

Many national and state or provincial archives in the metropolitan English-speaking countries have excellent leaflets and publications that can be adapted to smaller or different contexts.  Many of the institutions also provide useful information on their websites.  This list only highlights some key institutions; note that many of them include links to other national or state repositories and related agencies.

Library of Congress

110 First Street, SE

Washington, DC

20540, US

Tel: +1 202 426 5213

Email: lcweb@loc.gov

Website: http://lcweb.loc.gov

The Library of Congress is involved with extensive research into the management and preservation of records and archives.  Much information is available online and publications can be ordered.

National Archives of Australia

PO Box 34

Dickson

Canberra, A.C.T. 2602 Australia

Fax: +61 6 257 7564

Website: http://www.naa.gov.au

The National Archives of Australia offers a number of publications free, including information about various archival issues.  The NAA also participates in international activities and makes many of its resources available on its website.

National Archives of Canada

395 Wellington Street

Ottawa, ON

K1A 0N3, Canada

Tel: +1 613 996 7430 (Library)

Fax: +1 613 995 6274 (Library)

Website: http://www.archives.ca

The National Archives of Canada is an active partner in international archival projects, including hosting the International Council on Archives website and participating in a range of ICA activities.  The National Archives’ website includes valuable information about archival policies and procedures, examples of on-line research tools and finding aids and information about exhibitions and publications.

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