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John W. Carlin: Bringing the National Archives into the 21st Century

The National Archives was created on June 19, 1934. During the month of June, the National Archives History Office is sharing stories about the former Archivists of the United States. 660 more words

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Off-Duty Firefighter Uses Garden Hose To Help Fight Blaze At Neighbor's Home

OAKMONT (KDKA) – An off-duty volunteer firefighter jumped into action when a fire broke out at his neighbor’s house in Oakmont Wednesday morning.

According to officials at the scene, the fire started at a home in the 300 block of Pennsylvania Avenue around 9:55 a.m. 209 more words

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Is Trump Building a New White House?

Like I mentioned, I am interning in Washington right now, and while I was walking down Pennsylvania Avenue the other day, I came across this: 140 more words

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Man Crushed, Killed While Fixing Car In Monaca

MONACA (KDKA) — A man died Saturday after being crushed by a car in Monaca.

Officials say David Stepek, 52, was fixing a neighbor’s car around 1:30 p.m. 92 more words

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The Inukshuk at the Canadian Embassy

The first time I saw an Inuksuk (also spelled inukshuk, plural inuksuit) here in D.C., I happened upon it by accident. From a distance it looked like just a big pile of rocks.  389 more words

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Our First Archivist, Robert D.W. Connor

The National Archives was created on June 19, 1934. During the month of June, the National Archives History Office is sharing stories about the former Archivists of the United States. 951 more words

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The act that gave us a National Archives

Today’s post comes from Kaitlin Errickson of the National Archives History Office. 

May 25, 2016, marks the 90th anniversary of the Public Buildings Act of 1926, without which the National Archives Building would not exist as it does today. 1,090 more words

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