If materials are not available locally, your hometown library can locate and check them out for you.

  • Blind & Physically Handicapped

    (800) 842-4516 or (860) 721-2020

    Provides talking books, playback equipment, and Braille editions free of charge   ctstatelibrary.org/lbph

  • Raymond E. Baldwin Museum

    (860) 757-6535

    The Connecticut History and Heritage Museum has genealogical materials as well as the Royal Charter of 1661, a Colt arms collection and portraits of Connecticut’s governors.   museumofcthistory.org

  • State Library

    (860) 757-6500

    Extensive collection of historical and genealogical materials including town & church records, cemetery inscriptions, family bible records as well as government documents, law & legislative materials, and newspapers.

    ctstatelibrary.org

  • Town Libraries

    Canaan: Douglas Library (860) 824-7863

     www.douglaslibrarycanaan.org

     

    Cornwall: Cornwall Library (860) 672-6874

     www.cornwalllibrary.org

     

    Falls Village: Hunt Memorial Library (860) 824-7424

     www.huntlibrary.org

     

    Kent: Kent Memorial Library (860) 927-3761

    www.kentmemoriallibrary.org

     

    Lakeville/Salisbury: Hotchkiss School Library (860) 435-2591

    www.hotchkiss.org/library

     

    Norfolk: Norfolk Library (860) 542-5075

    www.norfolklibrary.org

     

    Salisbury:  Scoville Memorial Library (860) 435-2838

    www.scovillelibrary.org

     

    Sharon: Hotchkiss Library (860) 364-5041

    hotchkisslibraryofsharon.org

     

    Warren Public Library: (860) 868-2195

    www.warrenctlibrary.org