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As the Nation's memory and record
keeper, the National
Archives and Records Administration (NARA) preserves the
permanently valuable records of the United States. Its major
record holdings date back to 1774. NARA assists federal agencies
in documenting their activities, administering their records
management programs, scheduling their records and retiring their
noncurrent records to Federal records centers. We also accession,
arrange, preserve and make available to the public, historically
valuable records of the three branches of the federal government.
NARA is a part of the Executive Branch.
The National Personnel Records
Center (NPRC) is part of NARA's regional
records services facilities. The NPRC was established in
1966 when the St. Louis Federal Records Center and the Military
Personnel Records Center merged. The NPRC receives and stores
federal military and civilian personnel records. It has two
facilities in St. Louis, Missouri: the Civilian
Personnel Records (CPR) Building at 111 Winnebago Street
on the south side of the city of St. Louis and the Military
Personnel Records (MPR) Building at 9700 Page Avenue in
St. Louis County. The Civilian Personnel Records Building stores
IRS records, US Postal Money Orders, Treasury Checks, as well
as the records of local federal agencies within the metropolitan
area, in addition to civilian personnel and medical records.
The Military Personnel Records Building houses military personnel
and medical records as well as the dependent medical records
of former members of the United States Navy and Marine Corps.