1930 Glenview Road, Glenview, IL 60025
847-729-7500 • Monday-Friday 9 AM-9 PM
Saturday 9 AM-5 PM • Sunday 1 PM-5 PM
A unique collection of genealogy and local history materials staffed by volunteers who can help with your research. Room schedule.
Visit the Genealogy & Local History Blog for classes, meetings, and other great resources in the area.
Are you a genealogy enthusiast looking to volunteer in the community? Sign up to help in our Genealogy and Local History Room.
Find your immigrant ancestors in passenger lists and naturalization records.
Saturday, July 16, 1-4 PM • Just Drop In
Location: Technology Lab/Genealogy & Local History Room
Need help getting started with genealogy? Have you hit a brick wall in your research? Join us in the Technology Lab where our genealogy experts can help you with your research, or visit the Genealogy & Local History Room to use our print collections. Drop in any time between 1-4 PM to get individualized help, learn new tricks, and utilize our resources. Glenview Library card not required.
Tracing female ancestors can be challenging. Learn about which records will help you find those elusive maiden names.
Discover the process for researching ancestors in European sources.
Glenview Library is now a FamilySearch affiliate library. Access FamilySearch's circulating microfilms of historic and genealogical records.
In 1968, local genealogist Gertrude Lundberg donated her personal genealogy materials to the Library. The collection contains rare genealogy books, periodicals, family histories, and Ms. Lundberg's personal research.
Includes historic photographs and documents of the Glenview area.
Family trees for many of the founding families of Glenview.
Housed in the Genealogy & Local History Room, this file contains clippings from local newspapers.
An index of people and places which can be found in the library's local history materials.
An index of obituaries from local sources.
List of Glenview newspapers on microfilm available for your research purposes.
List of Glenview and North Suburban phone books located in the Genealogy & Local History Room.