Each year hundreds of researchers use our library to explore local and family history. The library houses extensive historical resources relating to the town of Windsor and its people. Highlights include thousands of historic photographs, 17th-20th century documents (many indexed by date and family name), more than 350 published genealogies of Windsor families, family correspondence files, and subject files. Our library also contains copies of local cemetery records and vital records, regional and state histories, town reports, local newspapers, school yearbooks, city directories, oral histories, maps, and ephemera.
Wednesday – Saturday
11 AM – 4 PM
Open year round
(closed major holidays)
Detailed descriptions of some of our collections and guides can be found on the Finding Aids page.
We have some clips from oral histories here, and we’re adding more all the time.
ABOUT THE LIBRARY
The Windsor Historical Society is a research library: materials cannot be borrowed or checked out.
Free wifi is available. You are welcome to use digital cameras. We can make photocopies for $0.25 each.