Hillsboro Public Library
Contact Information[edit | edit source]
Twitter: HPL Twitter page
Instagram: HPL Instagram page
YouTube: HPL YouTube page
HILLSBORO PUBLIC LIBRARY BROOKWOOD
2850 NE Brookwood Pkwy
Hillsboro, OR 97124
Mon-Thur: 10 am - 8 pm
Fri-Sun: 10 am - 6 pm
For holiday schedule and closures, please visit the HPL website.
Parking is available on site.
Local History and Genealogy Collections[edit | edit source]
Books[edit | edit source]
Microfilm and Microfiche[edit | edit source]
Services[edit | edit source]
The Hillsboro Obituary Index is a database of obituaries found in the Hillsboro Independent, The Argus, the Hillsboro Argus, and the Hillsboro Tribune newspapers from 1894 to 2012. Note: the index is an ongoing project and may not be complete.
Your library card provides free access to online learning websites, job search support, genealogy, business development, and much more.
Ancestry Library Edition (Note: in-library use only), including:
Includes more than 25,000 genealogies, local histories, primary sources materials and local history serials. All materials are keyword searchable and can be downloaded and copied.
Washington County Heritage Online
Explore the heritage of Washington County through digitized photos.
General Land Office Records
Find Federal land conveyance records, including more than five million Federal land title records issued between 1820 and the present.
Oregon Historical Society Digital Records
Explore Oregon’s history through the Oregon Historical Society’s digital collections.
If WCCLS does not own an item you would like to borrow, we can request it from another library for you.
Tips for Your Visit[edit | edit source]
Local Genealogical Societies and Museums[edit | edit source]
"The Genealogical Society of Washington County was formed from the Washington County, Oregon Family History Society. It is a group dedicated to promoting the study of genealogy and the preservation of family heritage."
Five Oaks Museum (previously called Washington County Museum)[edit | edit source]
"The Five Oaks Museum archives are an extensive collection of historic materials about Washington County, including manuscripts, images, maps, oral histories and rare books. The research desk is a service to help our community access and utilize these resources. Whether you’re an individual working on a genealogy project or researching a historic site or you’re a local business creating a historic display, we are here to help."