We preserve documents, letters, booklets, photos and videos, going all the way back to 1995. These public records and historical materials offer a view on the work of SESNA and the neighborhood as it existed in the past.
Our digital archive is freely available to the public.
Adding to the archive is an ongoing effort. We scan materials made available by board members, and treasures accidentally re-discovered by our neighbors, alike. Contact us if you have something – anything- neighborhood related, you would like to share with the world.
Due to the nature of the preservation method, it is possible that the originals need to be separated. The original, or separated pages, are returned to the finder.
Discover the SESNA neighborhood as far back as the 19th century.