Please join us for Property History Workshops at the Shedden Library on November 13, at 6pm, or at the Aylmer Library on November 15, at 5:30pm. Also, join us for a Family History Workshop at the Dutton Library on November 27 at 6:30 pm. We request that you register in advance by contacting Amber at email@example.com or 519-631-1460 ext. 127. If you are a library patron, you may also register through Elgin County Library’s event calendar here: https://sierra-app.elgin.ca/iii/calendar/month?lang=eng
Are you interested in learning about the history of your home? Join Elgin County’s Archivist Assistant to discover local and online resources, and learn how to access and interpret early township land records. We hope that you can join us at: Belmont Library on September 25th at 2pm OR at Springfield Library on September 27th at 2pm. Spaces are limited, so we ask that you please register in advance. You can register by following this link to the library’s event calendar: https://bit.ly/2w60qMe. If you have any issues with registration, or have any questions about this event, please contact Amber Mandich at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 519-631-1460 ext. 127.
Archives Acquires Wilfred Smith Collection The Archives has acquired the Wilfred Smith Collection, comprising more than 50 glass-plate negatives and black and white photographs showing scenes in Aylmer and East … Read more
New Virtual Exhibit on Elgin County Courthouse The Archives has designed and published a new virtual exhibit outlining the history of the Elgin County Courthouse in St. Thomas, a provincial historic site … Read more
Archives Launches New Web Database Search Interface The Archives has launched a new web database search interface. Among many improvements, the new search experience allows users to select items retrieved in a … Read more
Steve Peters Papers Now Available The Archives has completed processing the papers of Steve Peters, comprising administrative files relating to his service as Alderman and Mayor of the City of … Read more
Tweedsmuir History Books Digitization Project The Archives has completed the second phase of its Tweedsmuir History Books digitization project, and has digitized, indexed and published online the contents of more than … Read more