Huronia Museum Library and Archives are open to the general public each weekday, except holidays.
Appointments are preferred.
General admission rates for the Museum are applicable, Museum Members visit for free.
As reference libraries, our collections are non-circulating, materials are strictly in-library use only.
The Huronia Museum Library and Archives contain over 3300 books covering local history, books written by and about local families and people. The Huronia Museum library also contains an extensive collection of vertical files containing clippings, photographs and written documentation on regional history. Please call us for information on these files.
You can also access the Midland Free Press 1883-2005 editions on Microfilm here at the Museum.
There are photocopying facilities available for a nominal fee, and photographs may be taken of documents that you find interesting. Below you can find a listing of the books contained in our collection. If you find something that you’d like to see in person, give us a call!
Huronia Museum Library and Archives
Archived Vertical Files (Searchable PDF Files, directions below on how to perform a search)
A Vertical files
B Vertical files
C – Vertical Files
D Vertical files
E Vertical files
F Vertical files
G Vertical files
H Vertical files
I Vertical files
J Vertical files
K Vertical files
L Vertical files
M Vertical files
W Vertical files
X Vertical files
Y Vertical files
Z Vertical files
To Perform a basic search. Press CTRL-F (PC) or Command (⌘)-F (Macintosh).
A search box will be displayed in the upper right of the screen.
- Enter your search criteria. Type the word or phrase you want to search for in the entry field.
- Use the small left and right arrows in the blue search box to skip to the previous or next instance of the searched-for word.
This document is available in Portable Document Format (PDF). To download and view these documents you need PDF viewer software.
Below are instructions for downloading and installing Adobe Reader software.
Downloading Adobe Reader