California State Archives Has Launched a New Facebook Page

California State Archives Has Launched a New Facebook Page

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Sacramento, CA

Secretary of State Alex Padilla recently announced that the California State Archives, a division of the Secretary of State’s office, has launched a new Facebook page to showcase California history. 

“For 166 years, the State Archives has worked to preserve and provide access to the history of California,” Padilla said when the Facebook page was announced. “Launching this Facebook page will further the Archives’ mission and provide yet another platform to tell the story of California.” 

The page provides opportunities to look at rare photos, original documents, correspondence, and other artifacts that illustrate the vibrant history of the Golden State. You can find the California State Archives’ Facebook Page at:


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