serve as an offiial repository of many inactive county public records. The Archives spaces are temperature and humidity controlled to help preserve the historic material.
Along with county records there are collections of articles, research notes, and correspondence of a number of local historians such as Mary Ann Messick, Bill Woodiel, and Vera Reeves.
The Archives also house family histories of families who are important to the development of the county and its various communities, histories collected and compiled by members of those families over many years.
We work regularly to store these materials and preserve them for research. Volunteers index the collections to help researchers find what they need.