Before you begin searching our collections, it is important to realize that the record descriptions available in our database represent a small but growing portion of our collection. Most of our collection is accessible only through in-house finding aids and card catalogues, although that will change as we add more and more descriptions to the online database. For more information on researching in person at the Archives, click on the links to the left. Since the database is a work in progress, please check back often.
If you are interested in getting copies of a record (see our Policy on Copying) or coming to the Archives to view your search results, be sure to write down the database ID number,
format from the long description so the record can be easily retrieved.
For more information about our collections and archival descriptions please refer to our Content and Historical Language Advisory.