Archivist of the United States

Der Archivar der Vereinigten Staaten (engl. Archivist of the United States) ist der Behördenleiter der National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). Erster Amtsinhaber war im Jahr 1934 Robert Digges Wimberly Connor, als zugleich die Behörde durch den Kongress geschaffen wurde. Diese Archivare waren bis zur Schaffung der NARA am 1. April 1985 als unabhängige Behörde weisungsgebunden.

Der Archivar ist für die Aktenführung, die sichere Aufbewahrung und die Aussonderung zuständig. Sein Sitz ist Washington, D.C.

Liste der Amtsinhaber

Allen Weinstein, neunter Archivar der Vereinigten Staaten
  1. Robert D. W. Connor, amt. 10. Oktober 1934 bis 15. September 1941
  2. Solon J. Buck, 18. September 1941 bis 31. Mai 1948
  3. Wayne C. Grover, 2. Juni 1948 bis 6. November 1965
  4. Robert H. Bahmer, 7. November 1965 bis 9. März 1968
  5. James B. Rhoads, 10. März 1968 bis 1979
  6. James O'Neill, 1979 bis Juli 1980
  7. Robert M. Warner, Juli 1980 bis 15. April 1985
  8. Frank G. Burke, 16. April 1985 bis 4. Dezember 1987
  9. Don W. Wilson, 4. Dezember 1987 bis 24. März 1993
  10. Trudy Huskamp Peterson, 25. März 1993 bis 29. Mai 1995
  11. John W. Carlin, 30. Mai 1995 bis 15. Februar 2005
  12. Dr. Allen Weinstein (9.), 16. Februar 2005 bis heute[1]


Quellen

  1. NARA – Biography of Dr. Allen Weinstein (Engl.)

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