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Subject Files of the New York City Office, compiled 2002 - 2004, documenting the period 1998 - 2004

ARC Identifier 2555512

Series from Record Group 148: Records of Commissions of the Legislative Branch, 1928 - 2007

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Creator(s):National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States. (11/27/2002 - 08/21/2004)
Type(s) of Archival Materials:Textual Records

Center for Legislative Archives (LL), National Archives Building, Room 8E, 7th and Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC, 20408. PHONE: 202-357-5350; FAX: 202-357-5911; EMAIL:

Inclusive Dates:2002 - 2004
Coverage Dates:1998 - 2004
Date Note:Some records in this series pre-date the creation of the Commission. They were collected by the Commission from federal agencies as part of the investigation of past events and information available to agencies before September 11, 2001.
Part Of:Record Group 148: Records of Commissions of the Legislative Branch, 1928 - 2007
Includes: 829 file units described in ARCSearch within this Series
Arrangement:Arranged by staff member, thereunder by subject.
Access Restriction(s):Restricted - Partly
Other, Secret
Some records remain closed under the provisions of the letter of 08/20/2004 from Commission Chair, Thomas H. Kean, and Vice Chair, Lee H. Hamilton, to Archivist of the United States, John W. Carlin, detailing access to the Commission's records. This letter states that records should not be disclosed if they (a) contain information that continues to be classified; (b) disclose private information that the Commission agreed to protect from public disclosure; or (c) are otherwise barred from public disclosure by law, as determined by the Archivist. The Commission and the City of New York agreed, as a condition of the Commission's interviews with most first responders, to close the text of the Commission's interviews with those first responders for 25 years. The National Archives is honoring that agreement. However, for those New York City Fire Department employees whose oral histories were published online by the City, the National Archives has released, after privacy screening, those responders' interview summaries and notes.
Use Restriction(s):Restricted - Partly
Some records in the series are subject to copyright restrictions. It is the responsibility of the researcher to determine the copyright holder and arrange for permission to reproduce the items, if necessary.
Finding Aid Type:Folder List
Finding Aid Note:A folder title list is available from the reference unit.



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