Foundation for the National Archives

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The Foundation for the National Archives, "a 501(c)(3) organization, is directed by men and women from the private sector who are dedicated to the institution that holds and preserves the records of the United States of America. The National Archives is guardian of the nation’s most important and treasured documents. At the heart of its holdings are the Charters of Freedom: the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights. These documents exist as the cornerstone of our society.

"It is the mission of the Foundation to create public awareness of the importance of the National Archives as a cultural resource in the American democracy—a place where historians, seekers of justice, and private citizens can find evidence on which truth is based." [1]

Key Staff


Board of Directors, October 1, 2006