Guilderland Public Library
Guilderland, New York 12084
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The Guilderland Public Library is located on Route 20, just west of the capital city of Albany. The local history collection includes a variety of genealogical sources, maps, local newspapers in paper, microfilm and digital formats, and more than 1,500 books and periodicals. The library also provides access to several genealogical databases, including Heritage Quest Online, Jewish Data, Ancestry.com, and American Ancestors. Special collections include the Arthur B. Gregg Collection, donated by the former town historian, the Franco-American Genealogy and History collection, donated by La Fédération Franco-Américaine du New York and the library archives.
Included here are publications and photographs related to the history of the Town of Guilderland. This online collection includes material held by the library and by the Guilderland Historical Society.
Guilderland Public Library is a member of the Capital District Library Council.
Two of Arthur B. Gregg, the Town Historian for the Town of Guilderland for many years, most essential publications can be found here.
This is a collection of visual diaries created by patrons of the Guilderland Public Library in 2018.
This collection is a selection of items from the early 1900s loaned by the Guilderland Central School District.
This collection has photographs and documents pertaining to the history of the Town of Guilderland.
This collection contains many photographs that were donated and annotated by Guilderland residents.
This collection documents the library’s early years (1957-1969), beginning through the initiative of the Westbrook Women’s Club.
Postcards of scenes from around New York State. Most of the postcards in this collection are believed to have been produced by Schenectady photographer Parker S. Goodfellow.