Treasury Historical Association


Educationl Documentary Films

After having published two history books – one on the National Historic Landmark Treasury Building and the other on the Treasury Department bureaus since 1789 – the Treasury Historical Association (THA) has initiated a project to create a series of educational documentary films, hopefully for nationwide broadcast, with sale of DVDs or streaming video afterwards, on the restored areas of the Treasury Building.  The films will emphasize the many important events that occurred in the building that affect the lives of all citizens.  A seven-minute trailer has been produced, with appearances of former Secretaries James A. Baker III and Robert E. Rubin, both of whom emphasize the historical importance of the Treasury Building and the events that occurred within its walls. View the trailer to see a preview of our planned educational documentary films.

Lectures on historical topics relating to Treasury are regularly offered for current THA members.