Local History Room at the Kaukauna Public Library
The Kaukauna Public Library facilitates the preservation of Kaukauna area history within the Local History Room to make materials available to researchers, exhibition and the general public. The Library holds these materials in trust for future generations, and therefore, materials can only be used in the Library. Materials pertaining directly to Kaukauna are collected comprehensively and in multiple formats, in particular but not limited to documents, maps, books, newspapers, and photographs.
Using the Local History Room – Inquiries & Request for Information
The History Room is currently closed to the public. To view specific documents, please contact Gavin at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a time. Many of our collection items are also available online. Explore the links below.
For questions about the collection, to confirm availability, or to make an appointment, please call (920) 766-6340. Please be as specific as possible regarding your inquiry and come with information you have already gathered. We recommend making an appointment as well when considering making a donation to our collection.
Online Request for Information
Would you like us to look for something for you? To request information, please click the button below to fill out our Local History request form. We will do our best to find the information you are looking for. We can put materials aside for you to pick up at the library or we can scan in the requested research we have found and email it to you.
Donations to the History Room
We accept photos, documents and books that directly pertain to Kaukauna history. We do not accept donations of artifacts or framed art. If the framed art references Kaukauna specific history, we accept on a case by case basis.