Local History

Baldwin Library History Room

Our local source for local history – A great space for learning about our past.

  • books
  • manuscripts
  • cemetery records
  • issues of the Baldwin Bulletin
  • census records
  • area maps
  • photographs
  • genealogical records
  • historic magazines and books
  • files full of clippings that highlight historic places and past events.

Volunteer in the History Room

  • identify faces and places in old photos
  • assist with genealogy
  • add clippings and information to the genealogical binders.

Baldwin Area Historical Society

Meets 2nd Thursday of each month in the History Room from 4 – 5:30pm.

  • visit the Historical Society website
  • call Baldwin Area Historical Society President Leila Albert at 715-222-9485 for information and meeting dates

Become a member, make donations, join committees, or volunteer your time.

History Night at the Library

2nd Thursday of the month from 4 to 5:30pm, 
Hosted by the Baldwin Area Historical Society

Join historical society members in the history room to talk and do history.

  • ask questions about family or building history
  • look at old photos and help identify them
  • learn about the new microfilm scanner
  • look at census records newly opened to the public, etc.

For more information call Leila at: 715-222-9485

Microfilm Machine

This purchase was made possible through a generous anonymous donation and the hard work of the Friends of the Baldwin Library. 

  • Access resources much more easily 
  • view microfilm from over 100 years of the Baldwin Bulletin newspaper 
  • Search for names or topics of interest
  • adjust the size of the text or the brightness,
  • print it out or e-mail it to someone or save it to a portable device.

Make an appointment to learn or try it at the next History Night.

Baldwin Public Library
400 Cedar Street
P.O. Box 475
Baldwin, WI 54002-047
715-684-3813

Hours
Mon, Wed, Fri: 9am - 6pm
Tues & Thurs: 9am - 7pm
Saturday: 9am - 1pm
Sunday: closed