Since its inception in 1953, the Jerome Historical Society has been collecting photos, artifacts, books and documents that demonstrate Jerome’s rich history.
The JHS Archives house personal papers from Jerome residents, photographs, artifacts, family albums, Jerome government and utilities records, and historic newspapers.
The above items are available to researches and the public by appointment or through our Research Services. You can request a Quick Search from our professional research staff. Many of our photos, newspapers and movies are available in the Archives office on our Visitor computers during business hours.
If you’d like to purchase our services, they are $15 per research request, and upon payment you’ll be directed to a form to fill out the necessary information. Once we receive the form we’ll contact you within 24 hours to acknowledge processing of your request.
Our current collections:
- Family Photos
- Jerome Photos
- Business Records
- Government Records
- Maps & Blue Prints
Our Library Collection contains many locally-written books and mining history publications.
Our Museum Collection consists mainly of mining artifacts.
Hours: By Appointment Only