The Leahy Library is Vermont’s largest genealogical library and is a center for individualized research and discovery. The curious researcher will find a variety of resources documenting the history and people of Vermont, including a collection of books and pamphlets dating from the 1770s to present. The voices, ideas, and commerce of the past are preserved her in unique letters, diaries, ledgers, and scrapbooks. Some of Vermont’s earliest maps and planning documents are available, as well as an extensive photograph and broadside collections.
Help the Leahy Library remain a place for genealogists, researchers, and students to explore Vermont’s rich story by donating the funds for one or more of the following wish list items:
• 1 box of 100 letter sized, archival folders ($42)
• 10 archival flip-top document cases for legal-sized papers ($70)
• 10 archival flip-top document cases for letter-sized papers ($80)
• New scanner with ability to scan 8x10 glass plates ($950)
Thanks to your support, the Leahy Library will remain a place for genealogists, researchers, and students to leave the present behind and explore Vermont’s rich story. By diving into our collections and sharing their stories, we can unlock the key to the past for thousands of Vermonters and “Vermonters at heart.”