Finding Treasures in Archives: Tips and Resources

Number 1420
Subject Investigative Methods
Source James Neff
Affiliation Seattle Times
Year 2001
Summary "Journalists traditionally have overlooked archival materials," Neff writes. "This is a mistake." Archives can be a great source of information, and archivists are usually more helpful than FOIA officers. Neff lists nine archives and archives directories that can be accessed on the Web.
Tags Presidential Libraries; National Archives and Records Administration; corporate archives; Library of Congress; documentary sources; congressional collections
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Panelists Bill Gaines