THE DELAWARE COUNTY HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION OFFICE AND THE FLETCHER B. DAVIDSON MEMORIAL LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES

DCHA Office

The Fletcher Davidson Library and Archives contains the Association's large collection of paper materials on Delaware County history, including diaries, account books, maps, photographs and more. This collection contains a vast resource of genealogical information, that is open to the public. A partial list of library contents includes the Wyer, Cannon, Hubbell, Dette and Edgerton collections; both federal and state censuses from 
1790 - 1905; the Peters map collection; the Ben Marvin GAR veterans records collection; as well as cemetery records, including records for the towns drowned by the reservoirs. The Library/Archives is open to researchers on Tuesday and Wednesday from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM, and by appointment. Accessible by concrete ramp. 

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