He was, after all, writing before the collapse of communism and the opening of the archives of various intelligence agencies.
Jenny and Ichabod rack their brains before eventually deciding to hunt for the missing Franklin documents at the archives.
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He telephoned the archives and I was buzzed through a locked door to climb up several hundred stone steps to the Round Tower.
Last year, the Home Office said the dossier had mysteriously disappeared from the archives.
All the archives that were found were the plans and lists of the members and a parcel of letters of correspondence.
In the middle of the court is the donjon, which contains the archives and the treasure.
The archives of the city and church contain much interesting material regarding this celebrated mediæval theologian.
Both briefs are preserved in the archives of the State-house of Nepi.
Foucart, P. Campagne de Prusse , d'aprs les archives de la guerre.
c.1600, from French archif (16c.), from Late Latin archivum (singular), from Greek ta arkheia "public records," plural of arkheion "town hall," from arkhe "government," literally "beginning, origin, first place" (see archon).