1989 Archives Week or Month has been recognized by governors,
provincial leaders and mayors across North America.
They join in efforts to: increase the public’s awareness of archives
and historical records; educate people and
organizations about preserving their own
historical records; and encouraging the exploration of
archives in their area.
2017: Oregon State Archives annual Open House, Oct. 21
2016: Let's Tour Oregon's Brewing History | Prost! Salud! Noroc! Cheers! | Wanted | Oregon Brewpub Bill
2015: "I Found It in the Archives"
2014: Celebrating Oregon's Poet William Stafford
2013: Celebrate the Shore: Documenting 100 Years of Open Beaches
2012: Celebrating 100 Years of Women's Suffrage
2011: Celebrating Oregon's Communities
2010: 100th Anniversary of the Pendleton Round-Up
2009: 150th Anniversary Poster
2008: Celebrating Oregon's Unique Archival Heritage |
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Archives Month programs vary from state to state and usually include activities such as developing posters, award presentations, exhibits, lectures, open houses and workshops.
Learn more about the Archives Division in the Oregon Blue Book >