ASLAA meetings are hosted by local repositories and rotate throughout the St. Louis area.  Meetings are typically 1 hour, followed by an hour of educational speakers, tours, or demonstrations. In addition to the twice yearly official meetings, ASLAA also hosts workshops, speakers, and casual "happy hour" social gatherings at various times during the year. These are announced to members via email.

If you are interested in hosting a future meeting, or have a suggestion for future speakers or programs, please email stlarchivists(at)

Past Fall and Spring Meetings
5/9/2019, 9:30-11:30 am, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis library and archives (Broadway and Locust, St. Louis, MO 63102)

11/6/2018, Museum at the Gateway Arch (formerly Jefferson National Memorial Expansion Museum)

4/19/2018, Lindenwood University Library & Archive 

11/14/2017, Concordia Seminary Museum

3/31/2017,  Salem United Methodist Church (Archives) 

10/19/2016, Webster University Library (Archives) 

3/16/2016, Eden Theological Seminary (Archives)

10/21/2015, Jefferson Barracks Park

7/27/2015, St. Louis Archdiocesan Archive (Spring / Summer meeting)

11/14/2014, Missouri History Museum

5/21/2014, St. Louis Art Museum

10/23/2013, National Archives / National Personnel Records Center (new facility at #1 Archives Drive, St. Louis, MO 63138)

4/25/2013, hosted by U.S Army Corps of Engineers and the Veteran Curation Program (VCP) in the Robert A. Young Federal Building.

10/3/2012, U.S. Grant National Historic Site 

4/5/2012, Film & Media Archives, Washington University Special Collections

10/26/2011, Missouri Botanical Garden Archive

3/22/2011, Becker Archives and Rare Books / Washington University School of Medicine 

9/23/2010, Soldier's Memorial (downtown St. Louis)

3/2/2010, Presbyterian Archives

4/17/2009, Brodsky Library / St. Louis Jewish Community Archives 

9/9/2009, U.S. Grant National Historic Site 

3/26/2008, Soldier's Memorial (downtown St. Louis)

Meeting minutes are maintained by the ASLAA Secretary. Information from prior years is archived at the State Historical Society of Missouri - St. Louis, Collection SA0849