NOTE from DearMYRTLE: The following was just received from our friends at the National Archives (US). Please address all inquiries to Public.Affairs@nara.gov.
New Options Now Available for Reproductions of National Archives Holdings
Washington, D.C….The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) has expanded the formats available to members of the public who wish to purchase copies of records from its holdings.
Copy options for immigration and naturalization records, land files, military service and pension records, court records, World War I draft registration cards, Native American records, census pages, and many other archival documents now include the possibility of purchasing a digitized version. The per-image fee for digital copies is the same as the per-page fee for paper copies. In addition, NARA now offers digitized duplication of its microfilm holdings, at an increased per roll rate. The digital copies that result from this new service are delivered via CD or DVD, depending upon file size. In most cases, the files are provided in a Portable Document Format (.pdf).
To order copies of NARA’s holdings – including copies now available in digital form – use any one of the following methods:
1 – Visit the National Archives online ordering system at https://eservices.archives.gov/orderonline/.
2 – Download the appropriate form from http://www.archives.gov/contact/inquire-form.html#part-a. For microfilm orders, researchers can use the online ordering system at https://eservices.archives.gov/orderonline/ or they can download a paper form at http://www.archives.gov/research/order/microfilm-pubs.html.
3 – Contact the National Archives through http://www.archives.gov/contact/inquire-form.html#part-b.