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Subject: National Archives fax-on-demand service

National Archives fax-on-demand service

From: Debra Wall <debra.wall>
Date: Monday, March 20, 1995
The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) fax-on-demand
service is an interactive fax retrieval system that allows users to
select and receive by fax a wide variety of NARA information. To use the
system call (301) 713-6905 from the handset of a fax machine and follow
the voice instructions. There is no charge for this service except for
any long distance telephone charges you may incur.

The system now contains about 120 documents and includes general
information about the National Archives and its facilities and holdings;
general information, finding aids and ordering information for motion
picture, video and sound recording, electronic and cartographic records;
information about the holdings of the Regional Archives and Presidential
Libraries systems; news releases; job announcements; the John F. Kennedy
Assassination Records Collection register; and daily Federal Register
table of contents and public inspection lists.

You can obtain the full list of available documents in 3 ways:

    1.  By calling the fax-on-demand system at (301) 713-6905 using the
        handset of your fax machine. Follow the voice instructions and
        select document #1.

    2.  By sending me an e-mail message at debra.wall [at] arch2__nara__gov
        with the subject heading "faxlist". You will receive an
        automated reply.

    3.  By accessing the NARA gopher, CLIO.  Point your gopher client to, or use a Web browser (such as Mosaic or Lynx)
        to open the following URL:  Many, but not
        all, of the fax-on-demand documents are also available on the

We welcome all comments and suggestions about the fax-on-demand service.

                  Conservation DistList Instance 8:77
                  Distributed: Tuesday, March 21, 1995
                        Message Id: cdl-8-77-012
Received on Monday, 20 March, 1995

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