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Eric Jelle
· August 21, 2017
Probably one of our areas most overlooked very useful and insightful federal resources of publicly available information.
Ed Holley
· February 25, 2017
Just made plans to visit FTW but when looked at website I found that whenever I tried to zero in on military records I was transferred to St. Louis. So have to assume FTW has no mil records and will ...now have to cancel plans and reservations. Hope I can save some of my money. Website very convoluted. Disappointed. See More
Doris Parks
· March 17, 2015
Awesome staff, the gentleman that helped my Husband and I was very kind and patient.
DMarie Groves
· February 10, 2016
The array of material is much more than I initially thought to find. I truly got lost just looking over item, after item, after item ad infinitum....
Josh McDougal
· August 30, 2014
friendly and helpful staff
Bonnie Marsden
· January 31, 2014
Very helpful people and lots of information
Taylor Brame
· August 31, 2014
Information for future generations!
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Archives and Chilocco: Nestled among the Annual Reports for Chilocco Indian Boarding School (CH8, NAID 1104931) are numerous images from everyday life at the school. Here are just a sample from 1934-1935 highlighting the sewing and laundry rooms as well as one of the girl's rooms in Home Three. Inquiries? Contact us at ftworth.archives@nara.gov.

Archives and the Target of Opportunity: On May 18, 1969, NASA launched the 4th manned mission in their space program: Apollo 10. They viewed this mission as a test run for the first Moon landing (completed two months later). To mimic everything for the next mission, NASA included the necessary instructions, manuals, and maps needed, including this flight chart illustrating possible landing targets. Note the various seas, marshes, and craters...including the famous Sea of Tranquility. RG 255--https://catalog.archives.gov/id/6734363. Inquiries? Contact us at ftworth.archives@nara.gov.

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