Canadian Museum of History 100 Laurier Street
CA K1A 0M8
Library and Archives of the Canadian Museum of History
The Canadian Museum of History archival collection has extensive holdings of unpublished documents, photographs and audio-visual material and is a major research centre specializing in anthropology, archaeology, Aboriginal and Métis peoples, folklore, multicultural communities, social and political history, material culture, linguistics and museology in Canada. In addition, files which document the Museum’s history, exhibitions, collections and productions fall under the auspices of the Archives. It houses a wide-ranging collection of archival records (such as field notes, letters, research reports, maps, conference papers, folk tales, legends and songs, musical transcriptions, sound recordings, films and videos). The collections, which take up 4 kilometers of shelf space, date from the 1860s to the present.
The Canadian Museum of Civilization holds Ukrainian records on a variety of subjects.
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Resource Centre is closed on weekends and statutory holidays.
The Resource Centre is open to the general public and to institution partners.
Appointments are required to access the collections. Contact the appropriate Collection Specialist listed here: https://www.historymuseum.ca/learn/resource-centre/services/#tabs
Appointments are not required to consult the general library collection or use the study and consultation areas. An appointment is recommended for researchers who would like the assistance of a staff librarian.