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The Indiana Archives and Records Administration (IARA) assists State and local governments in the cost-effective, efficient and secure management of governmental records, by providing services throughout the life cycle of records, including creation, use, storage, and disposition.

Contact Us

ICPR Central Office (Records and Forms Management):
Indiana Commission on Public Records
402 W. Washington Street, Room W472
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2744

State Archives:
Indiana State Archives
6440 East 30th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46219-1007 

Micrographics & Imaging Services: 
Micrographics and Imaging Services
100 N. Senate Avenue, Room N055
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2203

State Records Center:
Indiana State Records Center
6400 East 30th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46219-1007

Phone Numbers:
ICPR Central Office (Records and Forms Management): (317) 232-3380
Indiana State Archives: (317) 591-5222
Micrographics & Imaging Services: (317) 233-3746
State Records Center: (317) 591-5325

Fax Numbers:
ICPR Central Office (Records and Forms Management): (317) 233-1713
Indiana State Archives: (317) 591-5324
Micrographics & Imaging Services: (317) 233-0908
State Records Center: (317) 591-5328

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Indiana Digital Archives Named to Best of Web List  

The Indiana Digital Archives has been named a 2010 Best State Website by "Family Tree Magazine." America's #1 family history publication released the list of honorees in its December 2010 issue and is available at http://familytreemagazine.com/article/2010-best-state-websites. The list honors America's leading genealogy research websites. The seventy-five sites listed represent the go-to bookmarks for browsing America's past, state by state. The Indiana Digital Archives joined the Allen County Public Library's Genealogy Center as the only two honorees from the State of Indiana. "The State Archives is proud to receive positive feedback and national recognition for a project that has been years in the making and taken thousands of hours of volunteer work," said Jim Corridan, State Archivist and Director of the Indiana Commission on Public Records. "The Digital Archives has been a great success because it instantly connects researchers to Indiana's historical records and other holdings of the Indiana State Archives."   Researchers can browse through the indexes to many of the most popular Indiana State Archives collections through the Indiana Digital Archives. Friends of the Indiana State Archives volunteers have been hard at work for more than fifteen years creating indexes for many of the state's records. From before statehood in 1816 and on through to its approaching bicentennial, Indiana has been home to thousands of settlers and immigrants. The Digital Archives enables Hoosiers and citizens worldwide to browse the vast collection historical and vital records housed at the State Archives.

 

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