Wisconsin Archives Month
Archives Month is an annual celebration of the value of Wisconsin's historical records, the original documents that tell the stories of our families, communities, business and civic organizations, and government institutions. As part of this effort, the Wisconsin Historical Society and other archival institutions throughout the state hold programs and exhibits that brings attention to the rich historical record of Wisconsin and its people.
About Archives Month
Archives Month is coordinated by the Wisconsin Historical Records Advisory Board, in cooperation with the Wisconsin Historical Society and with support from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.
The Society would like to thank Demco, Inc. for their generous support of Archives Month since 2002. Wisconsin Archives Month is co-sponsored by the Wisconsin Historical Records Advisory Board.
About the Wisconsin Historical Records Advisory Board
Each October the Society of American Archivists promotes American Archives Month, a nationally focused campaign to spotlight archives and archivists around the country.
For more information about American Archives Month, see the Society of American Archivists and the Council of State Archivists.
The Wisconsin Historical Records Advisory Board staff will be glad to answer your questions and provide sources for help in planning your own Archives Month program.
Please contact State Archivist and WHRAB Deputy Coordinator, Matt Blessing, by phone at 608-264-6480 or by email below: