The minutes of the Commission of Fine Arts from 1910 through 2002 are now available online at the Internet Archive—a 501(c)(3) non-profit that works with organizations and government agencies to preserve records and provide universal access to information. Presenting the opinions and decisions of a distinguished roster of Commission members, the newly digitized minutes are a major primary source for understanding 20th-century architecture and urban design in Washington, D.C. Previously, the minutes were only available to the public as bound documents at the Commission’s offices. (Minutes after 2002 continue to be available on the Commission's website.)
To access the digitized minutes, visit the Internet Archive.