A functioning archives is a valuable resource. Whether public or private, archives keep historical material and inactive records well organized, preserved, and described so information can be easily accessed and used. If you’d like to develop a historical archives program, assess your existing archives, or just need help getting started, we have experience addressing a wide range of archival services. Below are some examples of our archival projects that have helped organizations achieve their goals.

Making a Congressional Collection Accessible

History Associates preserved and described Senator Vitter’s congressional collection, so the material would be readily available to researchers at Tulane.

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Preserving the History of National Park Service Sites

The National Park Service has collections of important historical and operational records for its sites, but many archives were unprocessed and largely inaccessible.

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Preserving the Records of the Washington National Cathedral

When the curator retired, the Cathedral’s invaluable collection of architectural plans and drawings needed care.

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Establishing the Department of Homeland Security Archives

History Associates was contracted to build a new archives program from the ground up.

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Records Management Solutions for the National Institutes of Health

NIH required an expert in federal records management to perform a compliance audit of its records management program.

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Disaster Recovery Planning

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers responds to emergencies across America, but their historians lacked a comprehensive plan to protect their own historical materials in the event of a disaster.

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Archival Services for Southern California Edison

History Associates prepared historical records for transfer to the Huntington Library, thus providing the public with access to the collection.

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