Pioneer Association of the State of Washington
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Daily Use Fees are waived for Association members. The library occupies the lower level at Pioneer Hall.
Local government records include those from county offices such as the Auditor, the Clerk, the Treasurer, the Board of Commissioners, and from municipalities, school districts, and other service districts.
Search our (King County) free online database of King County's official records Most documents recorded on or after August 1, 1991 are available online. Documents that were recorded prior to August 1, 1991 are on microfilm and are only available from the King County Archives. If you do not find a marriage license on our site, you may want to check Washington State Digital Archives. [King County Online Research information]
The Seattle Municipal Archives holdings document the history, development, and activities of the agencies and elected officials of the City of Seattle. This Digital Collections site includes digitized and born-digital images, audio, moving images, maps and paper records selected for digitization.
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The Washington State Historical Society’s collection includes artifacts, photographs, ephemera, and archival material from prehistoric times to the present day.
We maintain and provide access to permanent records created by federal agencies and courts in the following states: Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington
Digital Collections There are ongoing efforts to digitize and provide free online access to Library of Congress collections. In addition to these freely available online digital collections, the Library of Congress provides on-site access to a wide range of subscription databases. A list of Newspaper & Current Periodical Reading Room favorites is available through the E-Resources Catalog.
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