EVENT: 75th NARA Anniversary Celebration

June 3, 2009 at 11:18 pm Leave a comment

NARA 75th Anniversary Celebration

Come and celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the National Archives and Records Administration in Philadelphia, PA.  Constance Potter from National Archives in Washington, D.C. will kick off our celebration with a brief inspirational slide show. Then stay for our regular First Friday Genealogy Open House:

* Bring your lunch and your questions! Talk with other professional and amateur family historians as well as National Archives staff specialists.

* Start your own journey or learn ways to break through historical “brick walls.” Enjoy our free gallery exhibit before you leave!!

* Or simply stay for the Birthday Cake, Door Prizes and Other Souvenirs!

RSVPs appreciated: Philadelphia.Archives@nara.gov / 215.606.0112

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