We have genealogists who perform in-depth research in the Library of Congress in Washington D.C. The LOC has a large collection of royalty, nobility, and heraldry records, including:
- 35 million books
- 50,000 genealogies
- 100,000 local histories
- 14 million photographs
- 3 million sound recordings
- Vast collection of manuscripts, microfilms, newspapers, and maps
- U.S. Newspapers dating from 1940-1989
- Volumes of foreign newspapers from the 17th-20th centuries.
The Library of Congress also contains family newsletters, correspondence, pedigrees, family group sheets, little-known genealogy publications, and other donated material.
You may research and access the holdings of the Library of Congress through the online catalog.
The Library of Congress maintains a list of newspaper collections.
View a chronological list of US Newspapers from 1940-1989.