Thursday, January 8, 2015

Arkansas History Commission Announces New Services

The Arkansas History Commission is pleased to announce new services for researchers at the Arkansas History Commission and its regional branches.  As of January 1, the AHC is offering a variety of options to researchers for obtaining copies of materials held at its three locations.  Researchers will now be able to scan and save images from the AHC’s microfilm collection on select machines in the AHC research room in Little Rock.  Flash drives can be purchased at the AHC Research Room desk for $5.75 per 2GB drive. Additionally, the AHC is adding new media duplication services for film and sound recordings. 

The AHC has also adjusted charges for several copying and duplication services. In order to make pricing of photocopies more consistent, the AHC has adjusted the costs of all copies and mail order copies to 25 cents per page with a $5.00 processing fee for mail order copies. Pricing on photographic copies and microfilm roll duplication have decreased in 2015.  To view the full list of services and pricing, please visit:

The Arkansas History Commission, located in Little Rock, is the official archives of the state of Arkansas and maintains the largest collection of historical materials on Arkansas in the world.  The research room is open Monday through Saturday from 8:00 until 4:30 p.m.