website introduction：Information from NARA about archival management and preservation of historical records.
website introduction：Promotes and manages the UK's archival collections. Details of collections and services, information for visitors, and an online search.
website introduction：The US Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) offers World-Wide Web (Web) access to bibliographic and full-text patent databases.
website introduction：Source for genealogical information, including courthouse records from Missouri counties, and census and historical information including the records of the Missouri Legislature, Supreme Court, and other state agencies.
website introduction：Includes the online Maryland Manual, and information about doing research in their collections of vital records, historical files, newspapers, maps, photographs, and art.
website introduction：Information including research and genealogical material. Online databases, including convict transportation records.
website introduction：Collection of papers of prominent Catholic institutions and individuals, as well as records of the university.
website introduction：Provides descriptions of Canadian information resources created for the Internet, including general digital collections, resources centered around a particular theme, and reference sources and databases.
website introduction：Has the world's largest repository of Minnesota materials. Describes its collections, which includes artefacts, documents, photographs and maps.
website introduction：The central repository for Australian Commonwealth Government records. The main focus of the collection are records created since the formation of the Commonwealth in 1901. The Archive also contains some nineteenth century records relating to functions that were transferred by the colonies to the Commonwealth government, including shipping and post offices. Includes search databases, research guides and an online photographic collection.
website introduction：The Library holds unique manuscript collections of Norwegian authors, composers, scientists, and politicians. Outline of collections, online databases.
website introduction：Nonprofit professional association and authority on managing records and information. Resources include industry news, regulatory and legal updates, standards and best practices, member network, bookstore and education.
website introduction：Consists of primary source and archival materials relating to American culture and history. These historical collections are the key contribution of the Library of Congress to the National Digital Library.
website introduction：An independent non-governmental research institute and library located at The George Washington University. The Archive collects and publishes declassified documents acquired through the Freedom of Information Act.
website introduction：Serves as the principal interagency forum for improving practices in the design, modernization, use, sharing, and performance of US federal government agency information resources.
website introduction：A professional organization dedicated to ensuring the identification, preservation, and use of records of historical value. Resources include professional education and organization directories, glossary, education and events, publication access and membership information.
website introduction：History and collections.
website introduction：Organizations for users and vendors of document imaging, document management and knowledge management solutions. A good information resource.
website introduction：Open forum to develop the Dublin Core metadata standard.
website introduction：New Zealand newspapers and periodicals from the 19th century. Digital images of over 300,000 pages from 20 publications, part of the digital collections of the National Library of New Zealand.
website introduction：The state archives include the Danish National Business Archives, the Danish Data Archives, and the four regional archives at Viborg, Aabenraa, Odense and Copenhagen. Services, collections, genealogy.
website introduction：The Official Freedom of Information Act web site of the US Central Intelligence Agency. Provides the public with an overview of access to CIA information, including electronic access to previously released documents.
website introduction：Information on the department, archives, museums operated by the department, historic preservation initiatives, records management, and publications information.
website introduction：Division of Culture and History.
website introduction：Seeks to collect, preserve and share Australia's audio visual heritage.