Find 18053 archives. Archives maintain vital, family, and genealogy records, including birth, death, marriage, and divorce records.
Carbon County Archive 44 Susquehanna Street Jim Thorpe PA 18229 10.1 miles from 18053 570-325-5713
Bethlehem Moravian Archive 41 West Locust Street Bethlehem PA 18018 18.1 miles from 18053 610-866-3255
Bethlehem Industrial Archive 18 West 4th Street Bethlehem PA 18015 18.6 miles from 18053 610-868-1115
Northampton County Archive 999 Conroy Place Easton PA 18040 24.6 miles from 18053 610-829-1220
Northampton County Archive 684 Washington Street Easton PA 18042 25.6 miles from 18053 610-559-3211
Shavertown Police Records Archive 180 East Center Street Shavertown PA 18708 43.7 miles from 18053 570-696-1174
Norristown Police Records Archive 235 East Airy Street Norristown PA 19401 46.0 miles from 18053 610-270-0469
Scranton Central Records Archive 100 South Washington Avenue Scranton PA 18503 47.5 miles from 18053 570-348-4150
Califon Tewksbury Police Records Archive 167 County Road 517 Califon NJ 07830 48.6 miles from 18053 908-439-3477
Bryn Mawr Educational Records Archive 1062 East Lancaster Avenue Bryn Mawr PA 19010 51.7 miles from 18053 610-525-8127
Philadelphia Medical Mission Archive 8400 Pine Road Philadelphia PA 19111 55.0 miles from 18053 215-742-6100
Archives managed by government entities are generally accessible to the public. Many offer regular public hours while others may only be open by appointment. Some Archives may include special collections that restrict access more stringently than general collections. Archives maintained by private organizations may not be accessible by the public.
No. The public use of an Archive is much more restricted than is typical for items in a public library. Archives often require visitors to register, provide identification, and submit request forms in order to view an item in the collection. In addition, most Archives have detailed usage guidelines in place to prevent theft or loss of Archive materials.
Yes, many Archives are interested in accepting materials of enduring historical value. Archivists will evaluate potential donations to ensure that they meet the Archive's standards. Archives will typically require that a deed of gift be signed that legally documents the transfer of ownership of the donated materials.