The Georgia Archives identifies, collects, provides access and preserves Georgia’s historical documents. Whether you love history, or simply want to know how we serve the citizens of Georgia, we invite you to explore our website or visit us in the City of Morrow, located just south of Atlanta. We look forward to serving you!
COVID-19 Announcement: In accordance with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Georgia Department of Public Health, the Georgia Archives continues to provide access to original records through the Original Document Reading Area. Researchers are required to call 678-364-3710 in advance to ensure we have the requested records available. The Reference Room and meeting rooms, including the Library, Microfilm, and Computer Terminals, remain closed. We encourage patrons to use our online resources. If you have any questions about resources, please use our Ask an Archivist Form.
Saturday, February 6, 2021, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm. Free, no registration required
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Friday, February 12, 2021. Join Robert C. Jones, author, for “Colonial Georgia: The Oglethorpe Years”. The live event is hosted through Microsoft Teams. Use browsers Chrome, Firefox, or Microsoft Edge. If you plan on using an iPhone or tablet, you may have to download the Microsoft Teams app. Click on Join Live Event to join the Lunch and Learn.
Please explore these online sources for research during this COVID-19 emergency.
New! Georgia Archives Newsletter, From the Vaults.
Lunch & Learn Virtual Lectures are Live Events hosted through Microsoft Teams. Use browsers Chrome, Firefox or Microsoft Edge. If you plan on using an iPhone or tablet, you may have to download the Microsoft Teams app.