The Center for Legislative Archives

Records of U.S. House of Representatives Administrative Offices

The Center for Legislative Archives has records of the House administrative offices listed below. The Clerk of the House is the chief legislative officer for the House of Representatives. For an overview of House records, please see the Guide to the Records of the U.S. House of Representatives, 1789-1989, which discusses the jurisdiction, history, and records created by each committee.

Each office's link will take you to its organization authority record in the National Archives' Catalog, which provides more information. To view descriptions of the office's records, click on the link(s) under "Role(s)" in the organization authority record.

Most of the Center's records are located at the National Archives building in Washington, DC. Detailed contact information can be found at the bottom of each description record in the Catalog.

Please contact the Center by phone at (202) 357-5350 or by email at if the office you are looking for is not included in this list.

Office of the Clerk of the House (1789- )