If you go to the National Archives and Records Administration
IF YOU GO
If you're going to Washington and to visit to the National Archives, avoid some of the lines and reserve a specific time to go by going online to http://www.archives.gov/nae/visit/reserved-visits.html or checking with a U.S. Senate or House member. Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Oklahoma, has an area on his website under “Visiting DC” to request tours to popular government stops in Washington like the Archives.
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To explore the National Archives online, go to http://www.archives.gov for records, resources and other documents.
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