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A collection of county histories and historic atlases from Indiana and Ohio.
Research current events, science, business, health, notable people, hobbies, and more. Includes full-text magazine articles.
Find the branches on your family tree with this online resource, part of the library’s genealogy and local history services.
Discover your ancestors with the world's largest history and genealogy database. Browse national and international records from 1500-2008.
A research tool for kids to find information about animals, arts, music, geography, health, news, language, math, science, and social studies.
A massive library with billions of Family History and Genealogy records, and millions of family trees.
Archived photographs of Evansville and the surrounding area document people, places, and events from the 1870s to the present. (Many available to view online.)
Search and view historical postcards with scenes of Evansville, Indiana, from the archives of Willard Library. (Postcards are available to view online.)
Index of biographical data about individuals associated with Vanderburgh County, Indiana, from mid-1850s to 1990s.
Index of high school senior photos from mid-1950s to mid-1980s, from Koch’s Studio, Evansville, Indiana.
Index of microfilmed articles in Evansville, Indiana, newspapers from 1821 to 1860, in the library’s genealogy and local history collection.
A valuable alternative source for genealogical information found in Vanderburgh County, Indiana, church records, such as baptisms, confirmations, marriages, and deaths.
Vanderburgh County, Indiana, marriages from 1920 to 1979 and a form to request county records.
Index of individuals mentioned in Evansville, Indiana, radio news programs on WEOA and WGBF from 1941 to 1949 and 1966 to 1974.
Search by company name for news and miscellaneous information in the library’s archives about selected Vanderburgh County businesses dating back to the mid-1800s.
Searchable timeline database of key events affecting the tri-state area. Created for Willard Library by local historian, Harold Morgan.
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