SAA signed an agreement in April to have American Archivist participate in JSTOR, an independent not-for-profit organization that is dedicated to making a wide range of intellectual content available in a trusted digital archive. Currently the JSTOR archive includes the complete back runs of more than 1,000 journals, which are available to libraries. American Archivist would be part of the newly developing Arts and Sciences VI collection under “Library and Information Sciences.” The entire run of the journal is projected to debut in 2010. The recently retired Charles Schultz has generously donated his back issues of the journal (1963 through 2008) to SAA for use by JSTOR. Issues prior to 1963 will dovetail with the OCLC digitization project.