The Library has an extensive collection of historical, genealogical, and geographical materials about Harrodsburg, Mercer County, and the surrounding region. It includes books, manuscripts, newspapers, local government documents, obituary files, cemetery records, census data, and files on families, individuals, places, and events.
These charming photos in the HHS collection are unidentified, but we believe they are of the same boy. The two of him as a child have on their backs, "To dear Grandma and Grandpa, Love, Robert".
The one of Robert as a young man was made at a studio in Louisville. They are all undated, but we guess them to be from 1910-1925.
Research Library Guidelines for Safety During Covid-19
The Harrodsburg Historical Society Research Library is open to the public while complying with the Commonwealth's health guidelines.
* Please wear a mask while you're in the Library
* You may be asked to wear gloves (provided by the Library) when using certain materials
* Guests will be seated six feet apart
* Walk-in visits are welcome, but if you're concerned that several people will be there, you may wish to call ahead.
Tuesday 10 AM - 4 PM
Wednesday - Friday 1 PM - 4 PM
Decembers and Saturdays
The Research Library is not open for regular hours during Decembers or on Saturdays. However, volunteers may be working some days, and visits can be arranged by request. Please email email@example.com to request access. You may also call or text 859-613-1903.
As usual, research requests may also be submitted by telephone (859-734-5985)
or email (firstname.lastname@example.org)