Archives

The Archives is now home to over 500 collections which compose over 3,600 linear feet of material. Each collection is accessioned, inventoried, entered into our database, cleaned and rehoused. We also aim to make our collections further accessible through finding aids and endeavour for them to contribute to exhibit preparation and, from time to time, be the objects of exhibition as well.

Reading Room

Reading Room

A designated space where researchers can access the archival collection and research services.
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Research Requests

Research Requests

If you can't visit us in person, submit a genealogy research request using the online form.
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Archival Collections

Archival Collections

The archival holdings include both municipal and private collections covering the history of Grey County.
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Search Archives Database

Search Archives Database

Search the Archives holdings. The Support of the Government of Ontario through the Programs and Services Branch of the Ministry of Tourism and Culture is acknowledged.
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Finding Aids

Finding Aids

These finding aids include inventories and other descriptions that will provide you with a better idea of what resources are available.
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Northern Terminus

Northern Terminus

The goal of this annual Journal is to provide readers with information about the historical Black community of Grey County.
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Links

Links

Genealogical and archival websites to aid you in your research beyond the Archives.
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Tweedsmuir Histories Online Collection

Tweedsmuir Histories Online Collection

Tweedsmuir History Books, compiled by local branches of the Women's Institute, are a valuable resource for genealogists, historians, students, teachers, and anyone with an interest in local history.
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Photograph Highlights from the Collection

Photograph Highlights from the Collection

Highlights from the extensive collection of Archival photos.
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