The Louise Timken Library & Archives will be a center for research and learning and as a repository of military history.
The mission of the Library & Archives is to maintain and preserve institutional records and to collect, preserve, and make available images, literature (manuscripts, logs, & books), and oral histories relating to military history.
Access & Availability
Non-members – Access to the Library & Archives requires a paid admission to the museum. NO check-out of materials available, only in-house research/reading.
Members – Access is included with a membership in good standing AND allows you to check out any books that are not specified as Reference for 2 weeks.
Library Hours: open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturdays during normal museum hours.
Volunteer Opportunities Available
Current projects – digitizing and transcribing oral histories & completing uploading our archives to the online database
General Library volunteer – check out books to members/be present during open hours; even if you just have a couple hours here and there, all volunteering is appreciated
Query for the Library & Archive Staff?
For General library questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
For Archives & Oral Histories questions: email@example.com
Your Louise Timken Library & Archives Team
- Head Librarian – Barb Johnston – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Research – Debbie Bussinger – email@example.com
- Library Volunteers – Betty T., John. S., Marcia W. and Marylou T. and Pat S.