How should a state or local government agency transfer records to the Indiana State Archives?

Published 12/18/2007 09:19 AM   |    Updated 07/06/2015 07:59 AM

How should a state or local government agency transfer records to the Indiana State Archives?

The Indiana State Archives collects state and local government records determined to be of historical significance. Records must be approved for State Archives transfer in the relevant records retention schedule. Once records are transferred to the State Archives, title to the records is permanently transferred to the Indiana Commission on Public Records.

Detailed instructions for transferring records are available on the State Archives web page; the associated State Archives Record Transmittal and Receipt Form (SF 48883) is available online in PDF formats.

For more information, call 317-591-5222 or e-mail arc@icpr.in.gov.

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