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Links to Other Archival Resources


The links on this page are selected sites on the Internet where additional information related to archives and political resources may be found. Please also see our Political Links page as a sub-section of this one.

    Texas Supreme Court Historical Society
    The Texas Supreme Court Historical Society is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to the collection and preservation of papers, photographs, and significant artifacts relating to the Supreme Court of Texas, the appellate courts, and Texas judicial history.

    Best of the Web - Society > Politics
    A categorical listing of websites relevant to politics.

    Ready, 'Net, Go!
    A "one stop shopping" center for archival Internet resources. Here you'll find direct hyperlinks to archives and special collections around the world. Also included are links to resources for history and other academic fields, plus search engines that allow you conduct your own subject and key word searches of the Internet.

    Repositories of Primary Sources
    A major research resource, this site is the most comprehensive listing of archival web sites extant. A listing of of over 750 websites describing holdings of manuscripts, archives, rare books, historical photographs, and other primary sources for the research. It is maintained by Terry Abraham of the University of Idaho.

    Congressional Sources on the Internet
    Contains links to various congressional resources. Official listings for all Senators and House Members. Also includes links to Thomas: Legislative Information on the Internet, Roll Call Online, and The Hill.

    Congressional Collections at Archival Depositories
    This list of web sites which provide information about congressional holdings is presented alphabetically by name of holding institution or organization. The best printed sources for locating congressional papers are the Guide to Research Collections of Former Members of the United States House of Representatives, 1789-1987 and the Guide to Research Collections of Former United States Senators, 1789-1995. Some web sites found on the list provide detailed, collection-specific descriptions. Other sites only mention congressional collections in the broader scope of their repository holdings

    Biographical Directory of the United States Congress
    This online resource combines the printed contents of Guide to Research Collections of Former Members of the United States House of Representatives, 1789-1987, the Guide to Research Collections of Former United States Senators, 1789-1995, and the Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.

    Congressional Papers Roundtable SAA
    Under the Society of American Archivists, this group of approximately 150 members is a network for archivists, historians, congressional staff, and any others involved with congressional research or management of congressional papers. The Roundtable steering committee plans sessions and programs held during the annual SAA meeting. The Roundtable also publishes a newsletter.

    Center for Legislative Archives

    Association of Centers for the Study of Congress

    National Archives

    SAA-Society of American Archivists

    SSA-Society of Southwest Archivists


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