Pacific Alaska Archives of The National Archives was located in Anchorage, Alaska. The facility maintained records retired from Federal agencies and courts in Alaska.
Headquarters for the Pacific Alaska Region is located at the branch in Seattle, Washington. Seattle offices have records of genealogical and historical interest, as well as being a Records Center for storing records for Federal agencies.
The National Archives in Seattle has received and shelved the Alaska records designated relocation for Seattle due to the closure of the National Archives at Anchorage.
As of August 4, 2014, the records are available for research. Please contact Seattle in advance as to your arrival time, so they may be able to better serve your research needs.
Alaska Records Digitization Project
The records relocated to the National Archives at Seattle as a
result of the closure of our Anchorage facility, are now available for research. Please contact the archives in advance of your arrival time.
National Archives in Seattle, Washington
6125 Sand Point Way, NE
Seattle, Washington 98115-7999
Phone # (206) 336-5115
Special Note: Washington D.C....As part of ongoing budget adjustments, Archivist of the United States David S. Ferrriero announced the permanent closure of three National Archives facilities.
The National Archives' facility in Anchorage, Alaska, will close permanently in 2014. The employees who work there will be offered positions at other National Archives facilities, with the National Archives paying relocation expenses. The less than 12,000 cubic feet of archival records in Alaska will be moved to the National Archives at Seattle, WA, where the National Archives will digitize these records so that they remain available to Alaskans through the internet. In addition we will move approximately 7,500 cubic feet of records center holdings to Seattle, WA.
The other 2 closings are: Philadelphia, PA, The Market Street facility and in Fort Worth, Texas The Montgomery Plaza facility.
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