Allen County Public Library
Saturday, March 15, 2014
the Kalamazoo Valley Genealogical Society
Next to the Family History Library in Salt
Lake City, the
Allen County Public Library is the 2nd largest
genealogical source in the world. Located in Fort Wayne
Indiana, the trip to the library will take about two hours by
way of Cardinal Bus Tours.
This renowned collection includes more than 350,000 printed
volumes, 513,000 items of microfilm and microfiche, and PERSI
(The Periodical Source Index).
Contact the trip coordinator Jan Wright at
firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in going.
The cost is $25, and checks should be made out to KVGS and
c/o ACPL Bus Trip
1853 Cumberland St
or call 269.532.6681
Download the brochere
If you have never visited the Genealogy Center of the Allen
County Public Library and want to do research, you may want to
go to YouTube®
and take a
video tour to help you prepare.
Pickup at The Crew Family Restruarant, 3810 E
Cork St & Sprinkle Rd.
Pickup at the Park-n-Ride at
I-69 and Exit 36.
Pickup at Gander Mountain, 373 N Willowbrook Rd.
Leave the Allen County Public Library. Stop
for dinner in Auburn, Indiana on the way home.
On Your Own
If a one day trip is not long enough for your
needs, and you would like to make the trip on
your own, here are the directions to the
library in Fort Wayne, Indiana: