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Welcome to The Historical Archive

Your one stop resource for rare vintage film collections, book archives and much more convenienty packaged in CD and DVD format for your enjoyment. Browse our shop where you will find all manner of history, genealogy, war and nostalgia items for your continuing education and entertainment. From vintage TV commercials to memorable moments in history, our many products are sure to satisfy your educational itch.

  Our Featured Product

1939 New York World's Fair

The 1939 New York World's Fair Film Collection

The 1939 New York World's Fair was held on the current site of Flushing Meadows-Corona Park which was also the location of the 1964 New York World's Fair. The 1939 Worlds Fair was one of the largest world's fairs of all time. Many different countries around the world participated in it, and over 25 million people attended its exhibits. The highlight of the fair was the World of Tomorrow exhibit.

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High Resolution videos of the Apollo Missions from the Space Vehicles in our Space History product category.

We have added additional products to our railroad collection, including interesting collections about Subways and Trolleys as well as an interesting collection of Frisco Employee's Magazine.

Vintage art techniques are hot. Learn the Art of Illuminated Manuscripts and Human Anatomy Drawing with these two latest additions to our catalog.

Two years in the making, it is our pleasure to present the official release of the Master Edition of The War of the Rebellion - the only fully searchable, page perfect digital edition of the OR. (Press Release)

Hurricane season is starting. Its time to prepare - and in case you need a reminder about how deadly hurricanes can be, check out these videos: Hurricane Below, A Lady Called Camille, A Hurricane Called Betsy and The Aftermath of Hurricane Floyd

With the launch of the Space Suttle Endeavor yesterday - the second to last U.S. manned space flight, it is a good time to reflect on the man who kicked off this glorious adventure - John F. Kennedy and his famous Man on the Moon Speech at Rice Stadium

Locomotives - those hugely powerful motors on wheels - were the critical invention in making rail travel possible. View our new collection Early Locomotives and Their History to learn more about these powerful machines.

More News & Articles

To keep up with changes on our website and interesting historical articles on a variety of topics, be sure to check out our Historical Happenings Blog.

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