AIP History Center Newsletter
Volume XXVI, No. 2, Fall 1994

 

HISTORICAL RESEARCH BY MODEM II: NATIONAL ARCHIVES ANNOUNCES ELECTRONIC MAILBOX SERVICE


The following text was posted at several Internet sites by Theodore J. Hull of the National Archives.
The National Archives is pleased to announce the availability of a general information electronic mailbox service. The User Services Division of the National Archives has created a designated electronic mailbox for the receipt of electronic mail reference inquiries. Researchers with specific questions about the programs and records (except electronic records) in the custody of the National Archives should send their inquiries to:

inquire@nara.gov

The Center for Electronic Records will continue to receive reference inquiries about its services and holdings at the following electronic mail addresses:

tif@cu.nih.gov or cer@nara.gov

The last address has only recently been assigned to the Center as an alternative mailbox for receiving electronic mail reference inquiries. Researchers interested in electronic records in the custody of the National Archives should continue to send their reference requests directly to us at:

The Center for Electronic Records
The National Archives at College Park
8601 Adelphi Road,
College Park, MD 20740
Telephone: (301) 713-6645
E-mail: tif@cu.nih.gov


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