Securities and Exchange Commission Historical Society

Giving Tuesday

Dear Friends of the SEC Historical Society,

As we prepare to celebrate the SEC's 90th Anniversary and the 25th Anniversary of the SEC Historical Society next year, we ask that you consider making a tax-deductible gift to support the virtual museum of financial regulation.

The SEC Historical Society is a tremendous free resource offering a unique collection of histories, photos, galleries, programs, and documents that tell the story of how the SEC regulates the capital markets. The Society educates the public about the importance of the SEC's mission to protect investors, maintain fair and orderly markets, and facilitate capital formation.

By preserving the history of the SEC, the Society aids securities market regulators in reaching sound decisions. It also helps researchers, students, authors, and reporters better understand the underlying dynamics of past SEC actions. Visitors to the museum tell us how helpful the Society's virtual archives have been to their studies, research, curiosity, and decision-making.

As a non-profit, charitable organization, we provide historical material free to the public. The Society is independent and non-partisan, separate from the SEC. We pride ourselves on ensuring everyone can see the great work the SEC accomplishes, no matter the political environment.

donate online or mail a check to:

SEC Historical Society
1101 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Suite 300
Washington, D.C.

Have a happy and healthy holiday season.

With gratitude,

Kathleen Graham
Executive Director

Permission for Use

The virtual museum and archive is copyrighted by the SEC Historical Society. The Society reserves the right to restrict access to or use of the museum by any user at any time.

Users are prohibited from sharing or downloading any material for publication or commercial purposes without written permission from the Executive Director. Requests for permission must be submitted by email and specify the material requested and for what purpose.

Material used with the Society's permission should be credited to: