Oregon State Archives
|Oregon State Archives|
|Archives Division of the Office of the Secretary of State of Oregon|
The Cecil L. Edwards Archives Building
|Location:||Salem, Oregon, United States|
|State Archivist:||Mary Beth Herkert|
|Building:||Cecil L. Edwards Archives Building|
The Archives Division of the Office of the Secretary of State of Oregon, or Oregon State Archives, is an agency of the Office of the Oregon Secretary of State charged with preserving and providing access to government records. It also publishes the Oregon Blue Book and Oregon Administrative Rules. The position of State Archivist was authorized by the state legislature in 1945, though not filled until 1947, and was originally a staff position within the Oregon State Library. The duties and functions of the archivist were placed under the purview of the Secretary of State in 1973, when that office was deemed the chief records officer of the state government by the legislature.
- "Secretary of State: Administrative Overview" (PDF). Oregon Archives Division (Official website). Oregon Secretary of State. September 2001. Retrieved 2006-12-17.
- "Archives Division - Present Duties and Responsibilities". Oregon Blue Book (Online). Salem, Oregon: Oregon Secretary of State. 2016.
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