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'''Hours and holidays:'''  Hours: [http://www.archives.alabama.gov/intro/hours.html click here]. State holidays: [http://www.archives.alabama.gov/intro/holidays.html click here].  
 
'''Hours and holidays:'''  Hours: [http://www.archives.alabama.gov/intro/hours.html click here]. State holidays: [http://www.archives.alabama.gov/intro/holidays.html click here].  
  
'''Directions, maps, and public transportation:'''<ref name="Location">"[http://www.archives.alabama.gov/location.html Location]" at ''Alabama Department of Archives and History'' (accessed 25 August 2012).</ref><br>
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'''Directions, maps, and public transportation:'''<ref name="Location">"[http://www.archives.alabama.gov/location.html Location]" at ''Alabama Department of Archives and History'' (accessed 25 August 2012).</ref><br>  
  
 
*'''''From points north via Birmingham and I-65:''''' take I-65 South to Montgomery, then follow the signs for I-85 North towards Atlanta. From the I-65/I-85 junction, take Exit 1 (Court Street) onto the exit ramp (Arba Street). At the intersection of Arba and Union Streets, turn left onto Union. You will pass under the I-85 interstate onto Union Street – a one-way, four-lane street. ('''Caution:''' if you proceed on Arba you will be entering the on-ramp for I-85 south.) Continue north on Union Street. Turn left at the 4th traffic light onto Washington Avenue. The front of the Alabama Department of Archives and History building is to your left across from the Avenue of Flags on the side of the state Capitol.<br>  
 
*'''''From points north via Birmingham and I-65:''''' take I-65 South to Montgomery, then follow the signs for I-85 North towards Atlanta. From the I-65/I-85 junction, take Exit 1 (Court Street) onto the exit ramp (Arba Street). At the intersection of Arba and Union Streets, turn left onto Union. You will pass under the I-85 interstate onto Union Street – a one-way, four-lane street. ('''Caution:''' if you proceed on Arba you will be entering the on-ramp for I-85 south.) Continue north on Union Street. Turn left at the 4th traffic light onto Washington Avenue. The front of the Alabama Department of Archives and History building is to your left across from the Avenue of Flags on the side of the state Capitol.<br>  

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Alabama Department of Archives and History
Alabama Dept. of Archives and History, Montgomery, Alabama.

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Contact Information

E-mail:[1]   mark.palmer@archives.alabama.gov

Address:[1]
P.O. Box 300100
624 Washington Ave.
Montgomery, AL 36130

Telephone:[1]  334-242-4435

Hours and holidays:  Hours: click here. State holidays: click here.

Directions, maps, and public transportation:[2]

  • From points north via Birmingham and I-65: take I-65 South to Montgomery, then follow the signs for I-85 North towards Atlanta. From the I-65/I-85 junction, take Exit 1 (Court Street) onto the exit ramp (Arba Street). At the intersection of Arba and Union Streets, turn left onto Union. You will pass under the I-85 interstate onto Union Street – a one-way, four-lane street. (Caution: if you proceed on Arba you will be entering the on-ramp for I-85 south.) Continue north on Union Street. Turn left at the 4th traffic light onto Washington Avenue. The front of the Alabama Department of Archives and History building is to your left across from the Avenue of Flags on the side of the state Capitol.
  • From points south and west via Mobile and I-65: take I-65 North to Montgomery and follow the signs to I-85 North towards Atlanta. After turning onto I-85 North, follow directions to the Alabama Department of Archives and History as indicated above.
  • From points east via Atlanta and I-85: take I-85 South to Exit 1 for Union Street. Veer right onto South Union - a one-way, four-lane street. Turn left at the 3rd traffic light onto Washington Avenue. The front of the Alabama Department of Archives and History building is to your left across from the Avenue of Flags on the side of the state Capitol. On-street parking is available around the Archives building on Washington Avenue, Bainbridge Street, and Adams Avenue/Street. Limited off-street parking is also available in the Archives parking lot across from the rear (south) entrance of the building off Adams Avenue. Please note the south entrance bears the inscription ALABAMA WORLD WAR MEMORIAL above the doors.

Map: click here.

Public transport: MATS Bus Route 1 AUM, and Route 15 Allendale stop near the ADAH building.

Internet sites and databases:

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Collection Description

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Alternate Repositories

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Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "About the Alabama Department of Archives and History" at Alabama Department of Archives and History (accessed 25 August 2012).
  2. "Location" at Alabama Department of Archives and History (accessed 25 August 2012).
  3. Source 2.
  4. Source 3.