This virtual museum and archive preserves and shares the history and historic records of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and of the securities industry from the 1930s to the present. It includes a wide range of primary materials, including a timeline, papers, photos, oral histories and original programs broadcast from this site, which contribute to the understanding of how the SEC has shaped and continues to shape U.S. and international capital markets.
The Securities and Exchange Comission Historical Society's virtual museum and archive provides a great deal of information and hosts a large amount of primary source material. A timeline presents major events in SEC and US history since the stock market crash through the 1980's. There are a number of papers and publications from individuals and the government available for download in a PDF format, and several hundred photos organized by person. Extensive oral histories with more than 25 individuals and more than 5 roundtables are available as transcripts, audio files, or in some cases video files. The online programs hosted by the historical society are produced frequently and archived on the site as well.