New Fowlerville Yearbooks Added to Digital Archive
For your convenience, the Fowlerville High School Yearbooks from the years 1950-1970, 1986, 1987, and 1989 are now available as part of the Digital Archive at The Library! The Digital Archive is available on all patron computers and can only be accessed at the Library. Keep in mind that the yearbooks now available in the Digital Archive are only a portion of the physical books in our collection, and we hope to make more yearbooks available digitally in the future. Visit the Library and take a look at this easy-to-access collection!
*The yearbooks currently available in the Digital Archive are only a portion of the physical books in our collection. We hope to make more yearbooks available digitally in the future!
1 on 1 Historical Help Consultations: By appointment only
Our Historical Catalog makes the Fowlerville Historical Collection easy to access and use, whether you want to do historical or genealogical research or are just curious about our town’s history. Make an appointment with the library staff. The staff can also assist with accessing “The Fowlerville Review” and the “Fowlerville News and Views” within the digital archive.
*Appointments are based on staff’s availability.
Historical Catalog – Under Construction
The Historical Catalog is under construction while we organize the new Historical Room. Currently, items relating to the Fowlerville Schools have been organized and updated in the Catalog.
Any historical items that have not been organized yet will show a blank space in the “Location” column and may be difficult to locate in the collection at this time. Thank you for your patience as we improve this resource for the community!
We offer access to digitized records of “The Fowlerville Review” microfilm. The years that are covered in this collection are 1874-1972.
We offer access to digitized records of “The Fowlerville News and Views” archive. These records are copyrighted to Steve Horton and are offered purely for historical and educational research purposes only.
Patrons can access these collections from our computers in the library for free.
By Appointment Only.
*All appointments are based on our staff’s availability.
Make an appointment with our library staff to visit the library’s new Historical Room, which now houses the Fowlerville Historical Collection.
We can take your name, phone number, email address, and the information that you are looking for and we will attempt to retrieve the information for you. We will search for this information using a variety of resources including the Fowlerville Historical Collection to help you learn as much as possible.
We are actively collecting, maintaining, and indexing items of local history.