Harrisburg Central Records Archive in Harrisburg Pennsylvania

Address and phone number for Harrisburg Central Records Archive, a Archives, at Walnut Street, Harrisburg PA.


Name
Harrisburg Central Records Archive
Address
123 Walnut Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 17101
Phone
717-255-3192

About the Harrisburg Central Records Archive

The Harrisburg Central Records Archive, located in Harrisburg, PA, is a collection of valuable documents that includes records on organizations, governments, and businesses in the Dauphin County area. Archival records include reports, manuscripts, minutes, correspondence, and other documents related to past events. These records help people research and analyze past events, including preserving Pennsylvania history and establishing historical information. Many archival records are available to the public.

You may contact the Archives for questions about:
  • Harrisburg public records
  • Genealogy records in Dauphin County, PA
  • Historical documents, directories, and photographs
  • Pennsylvania historical records
  • Dauphin County military records
Harrisburg Public Records

The Archive maintains multiple public records related to Harrisburg, including records pertaining to Dauphin County and Harrisburg government. Archival records also include photographs of prominent places, Dauphin County military records, and collections from local schools, labor unions, civic organizations, and businesses. Additional records such as maps, photographs, and directories make the Archive a central location for public records in Harrisburg.

Genealogical Records for Dauphin County, PA

In its public record collection, the Harrisburg Central Records Archive includes genealogical records useful for genealogists and scholars. These records include death and marriage certificates, probate wills, census documents, property deeds and transfers, and other records related to the Dauphin County area. Genealogists can use these Archive records to trace the history of a family in the Dauphin County area.

Pennsylvania Archival Records

In addition to the Archive in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania state maintains archival records related to the Pennsylvania government, including records collected from Dauphin County local governments. The State Archive includes documents related to political history, past administrations of the PA government, and permanent state government records. The Pennsylvania State Archive also preserves materials that document the state's history.

National Archives

At the federal level, the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) maintains documents and materials related to the U.S. government, including Dauphin County public records. These materials, located at NARA facilities in seventeen states, preserve important government documents, including military records and census records. NARA also offers educational programs and workshops open to the public that provide training on using archived records. In addition, NARA manages the Federal Records Centers, the National Personnel Records Centers, presidential libraries, and the Federal Register.

Contact the Harrisburg Central Records Archive

You may contact the Harrisburg Central Records Archive by calling 717-255-3192, or by addressing inquiries to the office mailing address: Harrisburg Central Records Archive, 123 Walnut Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 17101.


Map of Harrisburg Central Records Archive in Harrisburg Pennsylvania


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