The Archives Division’s collections span the history of flight from ancient times to the present day and include a wide range of visual and textual materials – over 12,000 cubic feet of documents, including over 900 individual collections, 2 million photographs, 9.5 million feet of motion picture film and 3,500 hours of video, and over 2 million technical drawings.
The Archives Division staff welcomes all inquiries from members of the
public - researchers, students, and hobbyists. Contact
us - we'll be happy to help.
THE ARCHIVES DIVISION HAS MOVED — ALL SERVICES REOPENED
During the Fall of 2011, the National Air and Space Museum's Archives Division moved the majority of its offices and collections to the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, Virginia.
All services have reopened. The Archives expects many orders to be submitted, so please anticipate delays in order fulfillment. E-mail or call the new Archives phone number 703-572-4045 with questions.