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Note: The ArchivesWiki will be discontinued in its current form on July 1, 2018. We will be taking some time to decide whether we want to revive an archives list and in what format would be most useful.

Archives Wiki is sponsored by the American Historical Association. It is intended to be a clearinghouse of information about archival resources throughout the world. While it is primarily designed to be useful to historians and others doing historical research, we hope that researchers in many disciplines will find it useful.

If you're looking for the National History Center webpage, please go to

FIND Archives

To read or update an existing entry, search by keyword using the box to the left, or browse by location:

CONTRIBUTE Information

  • To SIGN UP for an account, please contact Liz Townsend.
  • LOG IN then edit an existing archive page.
  • CREATE a new page by entering the archive's name in the box below. (Before adding new pages, please be sure that the institution you are looking for is not already included.)

  • Look at this example to see how thorough your page could become.
  • If you are new to wikis, you may want to try this tutorial on, read the FAQ, Contributor Guidelines, or consult the list of all help pages that can be found at Category:Help.
  • Consult the MediaWiki User's Guide for more information on using the software.

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