Klondike History Library & Archives
Located on the second floor of the Dawson City Museum, the Klondike History Library & Archives offers visitors access to a wide variety of original archival documents, reference materials and services. Knowledgeable staff are available to assist on-site researchers, or to conduct remote research requests for a fee of $25 / hr.
Researchers who wish to access our reference collection may do so at any time during regular Museum hours. Researchers who wish to access original archival material are asked to contact the archivist to make an appointment before their visit.
Reproduction services include photocopying and microfilm scanning. Our extensive collection of archival photographs can also be searched and ordered online. Please use the search box below, or email us for more information.
Other records available through the Klondike History Library include: mining records, municipal records, mortuary and cemetery records, church records, NWMP records, biographical and subject based reference files, historic structures inventories, gazetteers, postal records, rare books, historic newspapers, personal archives, social organizations archives and corporate archives.
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