A while back Kay Savetz K6KJN the Internet Archive’s Program Manager, Special Collections put a call for clubs to offer amateur radio content, eg mainly newsletters to be archived for the future in the global archive of internet content – archive.org.
Recently thanks to Kay we have had the newletters put on this page: https://archive.org/details/tdars-newsletter
We hope to backfill older editions once scanned and also add new editions.
Note the archive.org has many tool for web, music, films, images, software and much more including the ‘wayback machine’ which clones websites online on a regualr basis – so if you are looking for a site which has been lost is it well worth visiiting archive.org and putting in the original link to it – you may find a variety of versions of the site going back into the 1990s!
TDARS entries go back to 2003 on this selection of clones – note that not all copies function.
Here is a nice one from 2015