The Local History and Genealogy collection consists of approximately 5,000 books, 800 Oral History transcripts, yearbooks, historic maps, vertical files, pamphlets and periodicals. U.S. Census microfilm is available as well as The Boston Transcript microfiche and City Directories from the late 1800s. Greenwich Library is also the repository for the Gotch Photo Collection, the Shoah Foundation Holocaust videos, Peterson ephemera, Rundle genealogy research materials, and Connecticut Playmakers program materials, and Veterans videos.
Greenwich Library sponsors programs on local history and genealogy on a regular basis. Some programs are co-sponsored with The Friends of the Cos Cob Library. The Library also works closely with the Friends of the Greenwich Library Oral History Project, as well as the Greenwich Historical Society.
The official Internet site of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, allows you to search for people and also to access their online catalog for books and other materials that may be borrowed through a Family History Center.
Greenwich Library is also
the Repository for:
Interviews with local people who served in World War II.