The Roswell Historical Society and City of Roswell
Research Library and Archives
The Research Library and Archives houses outstanding collections of manuscripts, maps, books, audio/visual material, visual arts, photographs, newspapers, pamphlets, residence and family files, textiles, and artifacts related to Roswell, Georgia and its environs.
The archives house a large collection of artifacts including furniture, farm implements, mill items and household objects.
The map collection includes maps of the Southeastern United States, Georgia and its counties, and Roswell and its environs.
The visual arts collection consists of original drawings and prints of area locations.
There are over 1000 volumes on the history of Roswell, the state of Georgia and its counties, including an extensive collection of rare books.
The extensive newspaper collections include the Roswell Herald and North Fulton Herald from the 1940s-1960s.
Pamphlets and family, subject, and residence files contain information about Roswell’s sites and families.
The manuscript collections include personal papers, business records, and material pertaining to social and cultural organizations. Learn more.
The textile collections contain vintage clothing, including hats and accessories, and antique quilts.
The photograph collections contain over 3,000 images of the Roswell area and its residents.