THE DELAWARE COUNTY HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION OFFICE AND THE FLETCHER B. DAVIDSON MEMORIAL LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES
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.
Until further notice, the DCHA Library is open BY APPOINTMENT only during regular library hours. Please call 607-746-3849 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to make your appointment. Only one researcher at a time will be allowed and masks must be worn for the duration of the research visit by researchers and library staff. Click here for further information on rules concerning use of the library/archives at this time.
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