There are a number of different ways to begin your research at the OJA. Why not start by searching our collection online? Or, contact us to speak with an archivist. Our on-site services include a comfortable reading room, professional archival staff, a microfilm reader/printer/scanner, as well as free use of Ancestry.com. We ask that you contact us prior to visiting the archives to ensure that an archivist is available to assist you and that the records needed for your research are on-site. It is also recommended that you familiarize yourself with our Research Policies and Reproduction and Fees schedule prior to your visit.
The OJA houses over 5,000 cubic feet of textual records, photographs, architectural drawings, newspapers, films, oral histories and more...