What's Old and New at the PA State Archives

  • 16 Apr 2024
  • 7:00 PM (EDT)
  • PA Chapter 3rd Tuesday ZOOM virtual session
WHAT'S OLD AND NEW AT THE PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES
with Brett Reigh, Reference Archivist at the Pennsylvania State Archives

A session in the Pennsylvania Chapter Third Tuesday Zoom programs
Tuesday April 16, 2024 at 7:00 PM EDT
Free and open to all PalAm members. 

The Pennsylvania State Archives is now located in their new, State-of-the-Art building, which houses more than 250 million documents in the Commonwealth’s archival collections and replaces the former building, which was built in 1965. Each document has been selected because it has tremendous historical, legal, or financial value to the Commonwealth. Brett Reigh, Archivist II, will give us an overview of the new building, the collections, and how to access them, either on line or in person.

Brett Reigh is a native of Lebanon, Pennsylvania. He received his bachelor’s de-gree in History from Millersville University in 1994, and his master’s degree, also in History, from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 1997, both with a concen-tration in Public History.


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