Arganbright Genealogy Center
1001 South Street, Lafayette, Indiana 47901
The Frank C. Arganbright Genealogy Center houses the Alameda McCollough Research Library, Richard B. Wetherill Archives and the TCHA Administrative offices and collections storage. This building is named in honor of the support of Frank C. Arganbright (1919- 2008). Arganbright worked at the Journal and Courier from 1949 to 1972 as a reporter and editor. He was senior editor of the Purdue Office of Public Information in 1972 and worked with the Purdue University News Service until 1985.
There is currently a construction project on 10th and Valley Streets that will limit traffic flow for several weeks. To access the Arganbright Center, please enter 10th Street from South Street and plan to exit by taking 10th Street to Valley Street. Parking is available in the lot next to the Arganbright Center. Limited parking is also available on South Street directly next to the Arganbright Center building and on 10th Street between South and Columbia Streets.
Thursdays – 1:00- 5:00 pm EST and the 3rd Thursday of each month until 7:00 pm.
Fridays – 1:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Appointments can be made for other times by calling the library at 765-476-8411 ext. 2
*Closed holidays and Feast of the Hunters’ Moon weekends. The library is closed during the month of January.
$2.00 per researcher
Free TCHA Members
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