Notice: The Harrow Local History Collection & Archive is now open to email enquiries only. Please note, that due to the second lockdown, answers to enquiries may be delayed for up to one month. Please see our statement regarding our re-opening here.
The Harrow Local History Collection & Archive has existed in some form since 1948 when Wealdstone Library opened. This important collection was then given a more permanent home in the reference section of Gayton Library in 1968 after the first Local History Librarian was appointed, and was later moved to the Civic Centre Library when it opened in 1972. It moved to its current home at Headstone Manor & Museum after the Civic Centre Library closed in October 2013.
The Collection contains documents, books, ephemera, maps, and visual material relating to the current and past geographical area of the borough of Harrow and its residents.
You can also see some of the films and film clips we have in the Archive by visiting the London Screen Archives website. Over 60 films and film clips of civic events, celebrations, and events as well as films made by local cine club, Harrow Film Makers are available to watch for free! You can contact the LSA directly to license the films for commercial use, distribution, or to play for events.
Online resources are also available for local history enquiries here: Recommended Resources
In order for us to answer your enquiry, we kindly request that you complete a short enquiry form here. We then aim to respond to your enquiry via email within 14 days.
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