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Dear Mr. Kerr,
Thank you for contacting History Hub. This in reply to your request regarding information on requesting records at our College Park Facility.
The maximum number of boxes allowed on carts now is 16. The format requirement is for the pull slips is still the same. Make sure you include your first/last name and researcher card number. The information you have provided regarding the records will definitely need to be included.
When you arrive at our College Park Facility, you should check in at the Research Registration Room. If you have not been to the facility since 2012, you will need to update your information and receive a new researcher card.
The Research Rooms are now open from 8:45 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. We are no longer open on Saturdays.
The pull times are the following: 9:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m., and 3:00 p.m.
Consultants are available from 8:45 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. They will be able to assist you in filling out the pull slips using this information.
RG 407, Stack Area 270, Row 50, Compartment 24->
NM-3 427, WWII Operations Reports
I hope this information will help as you plan your trip to our College Park facility. Thank you again for contacting History Hub.
Thank you, Alexis.
I have a bunch of blank NA Forms 14001 (11-85).
Is College Park still using this?
"The Research Rooms are now open from 8:45 a.m."
When does the building open to the public?
Is the cafeteria still there?
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Dear Mr. Kerr,
Thank you for posting your follow-up request on History Hub!
Here are the answers to your questions
- NA Form 14001 was revised in 2016. Please destroy the old versions of the form and use the new ones for requesting records to be pulled.
- The College Park building and the research rooms open to the public at 8:45 AM. For more information, check our web page at https://www.archives.gov/college-park.
- The cafeteria is under new management and has the same hours as before. The Convenience Store has closed.
We hope this information is helpful.
No, I don't think there is.
I believe that the WWII Operations Reports now have a finding aid available that will allow you to pinpoint exactly which box number you need and where its exact location is. I would recommend asking the reference archivists in the research room if this is in fact the case, and if so if they can make it available to you. While those records can be pulled using just the numeric file designation and the starting location for the entire series, if you are able to provide more precise information that may speed things up a little bit.