Archives in Springfield, Illinois

There are 9 Archives in Springfield, Illinois, serving a population of 116,313 people in an area of 60 square miles. There is 1 Archives per 12,923 people, and 1 Archives per 6 square miles.

In Illinois, Springfield is ranked 4th of 1547 cities in Archives per capita, and 4th of 1547 cities in Archives per square mile.

List of Springfield Archives

Find Springfield, Illinois archives.

Hancock County Vital Records Archive 605 West Jefferson Street Springfield, IL

Illinois State Archive West Jackson Street Springfield, IL

Springfield Archive 425 South College Street Springfield, IL

Springfield Records Archive 325 West Adams Street Springfield, IL

Springfield Records Archive 800 East Monroe Street Springfield, IL

Springfield State Archive 400 South Spring Street Springfield, IL

Springfield State Police Patrol Records Archive South 6th Street Springfield, IL

Springfield Vital Records Archive 925 East Ridgely Avenue Springfield, IL

Springfield Vital Records Archive 300 South 7th Street Springfield, IL

About Springfield Archives

Springfield Archives are collections of permanently valuable records that pertain to organizations, governments, or businesses in Springfield, IL. Archived records include correspondence, reports, manuscripts, minutes, and other forms of documented evidence of past events. They can be used for research and analysis of past events, establishing or verifying legal claims, and preserving Springfield history. A repository of Archives is typically housed in a building designated for that purpose. Springfield Archives include museums, churches and other faith-based organizations, universities and colleges, businesses, and genealogical groups and societies.

You may contact the Archives for questions about:
  • Springfield public records
  • Historical documents, directories, and photographs
  • Springfield military records
  • Illinois historical records
  • Genealogy records in Springfield, IL