Since its release in January 2012, The American Legion Digital Archive — a research tool allowing access to a host of Legion materials and publications from National Headquarters — has been adding full-text access to everything from resolutions to brochures, congressional testimony to speeches, and all the different historical versions of the national magazine, stretching back to the organization's founding in 1919. And, it was recently optimized for use on smartphones and tablets. Those looking for their American Legion post's history can use the archive to possibly find past mentions of their post by National Headquarters. Search tips are available on the American Legion website at www.legion.org/library/229273/tips-locate-your-post-legion-archives.
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