The National Archives at Fort Worth

The National Archives at Fort Worth, Texas

The National Archives at Fort Worth is a center for historical and genealogical resources.

Our facility is for Archival as well as Microfilm research. We also have Public Access Computers. Our historical records housed date from the early 1800s to the late 1900s, and include letters, photographs, maps, architectural drawings, and other documents received from over 100 Federal agencies and courts in Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas.

Archival and Microfilm Research

Refer to Caption The John Burgess Facility - for Archival Research using textual records
  • Address

    1400 John Burgess Drive
    Fort Worth, Texas 76140

  • Phone

    817-551-2051

  • Fax

    817-551-2034

  • Mailing Address

    1400 John Burgess Drive
    Fort Worth, Texas 76140

  • Email

    E-mail: ftworth.archives@nara.gov

  • Hours

    Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

    Closed to the public on Saturdays, Sundays, and Federal Holidays

     

  • Pull Times for Original Records

        Monday - Friday, 8:00,10:00,12:00, and 2:00

       To best serve you, researchers wishing to use original records must schedule an appointment prior to visiting.

 

  • Directions

    From I-20 W

  • 1. Slight left at I-20 W (signs for Abilene/I-20 W)
  • 2. Take exit 439 toward Campus Dr.
  • 3. Turn left at Campus Dr.
  • 4. Continue on Oak Grove Rd.
  • 5. Turn right at John Burgess Dr.

      From I-35 W

  • 1. Continue on I-35W S
  • 2. Take exit 42 toward Everman Pkwy
  • 3. Turn left at W Everman Pkwy
  • 4. Turn left at S Will Rogers Blvd
  • 5. Turn right at John Burgess Dr.
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