Fee Based Research Services
 
Research Services
Donations are accepted for information from the subject files of the Garland County Historical Society. There is a per page charge of 25 cents for photocopies. Photographs are also available and are priced based on size requested and whether a scanned, photocopy, or actual photograph is desired. For more extensive research such as marriage, funeral home records, etc. call the Garland County Historical Society at 501-321-2159.

Holdings
- Arkansas State Fair (at Hot Springs) Collection
- Books
- Census of Garland County
- Chamber of Commerce Collection
- City Directories [1887-present]
- Death Records Books, 1898-1923 [original]
- Dr. Francis J. Scully Collection
- Garden Club Collection
- Jail Register [1890s]
- John Lonsdale Collection
- Maps [city and township]
- Mayor Floyd Housley Collection
- Newspapers [local; 1909-1949 on microfilm; others in print]
- Periodicals
- Photographs [12,000+]
- Police Dockets [early]
- Subject Files
- Telephone Directories [1903-present]
- Tombstone Inscriptions in the County [as of 1969]

Located in new home - at 328 Quapaw Avenue, Hot Springs are now open from 8 to 12 each weekday morning. Mailing address is 222 McMahan Drive, Hot Springs, AR 71913-6243

Organized 1960; membership open, annual dues $15.00 plus $3 if mailed; interested in local history and genealogy; meets third Tuesday of each month. Archives open every weekday morning 8 - 12 noon, and the first Saturday of each month from 8-12 noon. You may call the Garland County Historical Society on those days at 501-321-2159. THE RECORD has won several awards from the Arkansas Historical Association. Each issue has 175/100 pages with full index. Contents include year to year variety of family history, early Hot Springs articles, historic buildings and many early photos.


For more extensive research contact Debra Garner - she charges a $5 search fee and 25c per page to copy, plus postage.

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