Digital Archive keeps growing

The American Legion's Digital Archive, administered by the library and museum at National Headquarters in Indianapolis and containing the library's digital holdings, has continued to expand its offerings since its 2012 introduction. The latest additions are the full archives of National Convention programs (1919-2014) and Emblem Sales catalogs (1919-2015). In early years, the Auxiliary and Sons had their own Emblem catalogs. The project took about three months to complete.

The Digital Archive provides full-text access to the different versions of The American Legion's magazine, national meeting digests, post and officer manuals, newsletters, press releases and other publications published by the national organization, as well as current resolutions. Materials - including born-digital ones - continue to be uploaded.