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Resource ID: #113
Subject: 441
Source: James Neff, Alison Young - 20James Neff, Alison Young
Affiliation: The Seattle Times, USA TodayThe Seattle Times, USA Today
Date: 1905-07-04



Old documents – those wonderful, often musty paper records not usually found on the Internet – can be critical building blocks for both quick-hit and long-term investigations. This session covers key types of archival records and how to quickly locate and obtain them, using everything from printed indexes and the telephone to the latest online tools. The panel focuses on finding federal records, including presidential documents, as well as on often-overlooked resources for environmental investigations
such as historical maps, land-use surveys and archival photographs.

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