This past weekend Marc and I played tourist and visited the Library of Congress Great Hall, the Supreme Court (outside only since it was a Saturday), the American Indian Museum, and the National Archives. After we saw the Declaration of Independence and all the other documents in the Archives, we decided to walk around to the rear entrance that we had noticed earlier that indicated it was for researchers. We went in and learned that if you get a Researcher Card, you can have access to documents housed at the Archives, which includes census, military, and other federal government records. I now have a Library of Congress Reader Card, an affiliate user's card for George Mason University's Library System, an Arlington Library Card, an Alexandria Library Card, and a National Archives Researcher Card! I call that a full hand!