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e-CFR Data is current as of July 30, 2014

TITLE 36—Parks, Forests, and Public Property

CHAPTER XII—NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS ADMINISTRATION

SUBCHAPTER C—PUBLIC AVAILABILITY AND USE

PART 1254—USING RECORDS AND DONATED HISTORICAL MATERIALS

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Subpart A—GENERAL INFORMATION

§1254.1
What kinds of archival materials may I use for research?
§1254.2
Does NARA provide information about documents?
§1254.4
Where and when are documents available to me for research?
§1254.6
Do I need a researcher identification card to use archival materials at a NARA facility?
§1254.8
What information do I need to provide when applying for a researcher identification card?
§1254.10
For how long and where is my researcher identification card valid?
§1254.12
Will NARA log or inspect my computer, other equipment, and notes?
§1254.14
Are some procedures in regional archives and Presidential libraries different from those in the Washington, DC, area?
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Subpart B—RESEARCH ROOM RULES

General Procedures

§1254.20
What general policies apply in all NARA facilities where archival materials are available for research?
§1254.22
Do I need to register when I visit a NARA facility for research?
§1254.24
Whom does NARA allow in research rooms?
§1254.26
What can I take into a research room with me?
§1254.28
What items are not allowed in research rooms?
§1254.30
Does NARA provide any supplies?
§1254.32
What rules apply to public access use of the Internet on NARA-supplied computers?

Rules Relating to Using Original Documents

§1254.34
What are my responsibilities when using documents?
§1254.36
What care must I take when handling documents?
§1254.38
How do I keep documents in order?
§1254.40
How does NARA prevent removal of documents?

Rules Relating to Using Microfilm

§1254.42
What are the rules that apply to using self-service microfilm?
§1254.44
How long may I use a microfilm reader?

Other Conduct Rules

§1254.46
Are there other rules of conduct that I must follow?
§1254.48
When does NARA revoke research privileges?
§1254.50
Does NARA consider reinstating research privileges?
§1254.52
Can NARA extend the period of revoked research privileges?
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Subpart C—COPYING ARCHIVAL MATERIALS

General Information

§1254.60
What are NARA's copying services?
§1254.62
Does NARA have archival materials protected by copyright?
§1254.64
Will NARA certify copies?

Rules Relating to Self-Service Copying

§1254.70
How may I make my own copies of documents?
§1254.72
What procedures do I follow to copy documents?
§1254.74
What documents are unsuitable for copying on a self-service or personal copier or scanner?
§1254.76
What procedures do I follow to copy formerly national security-classified documents?

Rules Relating to Using Copying Equipment

§1254.80
Does NARA allow me to use scanners or other personal copying equipment?
§1254.82
What limitations apply to my use of self-service card-operated copiers?
§1254.84
How may I use a debit card for copiers in the Washington, DC, area?
§1254.86
May I use a personal paper-to-paper copier at the National Archives at College Park?
§1254.88
What are the rules for the Motion Picture, Sound, and Video Research Room at the National Archives at College Park?
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Subpart D—MICROFILMING ARCHIVAL MATERIALS

§1254.90
What is the scope of this subpart?
§1254.92
How do I submit a request to microfilm records and donated historical materials?
§1254.94
What must my request include?
§1254.96
What credits must I give NARA?
§1254.98
May NARA make subsequent use of my publication?
§1254.100
How does NARA evaluate requests?
§1254.102
What requests does NARA not approve?
§1254.104
How does NARA determine fees to prepare documents for microfilming?
§1254.106
What are NARA's equipment standards?
§1254.108
What are NARA's requirements for the microfilming process?
§1254.110
Does NARA ever rescind permission to microfilm?


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