These libraries and archives are open to the public but some materials may be available only by appointment. Contact each organization to learn about their holdings and procedures before you visit.
A collection of materials focusing on townships east of the Mississippi River and ongoing education in genealogical research techniques, located in Seattle
Local microfilm access to the Family History Library collection in Salt Lake City, Utah
Over 30,000 cubic feet of holdings, including materials dated from the 1850s to the 1980s, plus classes and discussions with archivists
Territorial census, birth, marriage, death, school district, voter, property, and other local government records from King, Kitsap, and Pierce counties
SPL’s Genealogy Collection includes more than 40,000 items dealing primarily with records and families of North America
Vital records, city directories, old newspapers, and county histories and online access to genealogy bibliographies and handouts