Reference Materials

Old, old file cabinet, unfortunately not one of ours.

All of our reference materials at Lobrano House are freely available to the public for research.
We have several tables to work on, a copy machine, Wi-Fi, and a coffee maker and are open from 10am-12pm & 1pm-3pm weekdays.
In addition to books and publications, we have several file cabinets filled with family histories sorted by last name.
There is a large number of maps available for research, including the original Sanborn Maps (1892 - 1930 and 1963 updates)
We also have Indian artifacts and accompanying data, plus an extensive photo collection.

Lobrano House

Click on any of the links below to browse the reference materials available at Lobrano House:


The following of our records are available online (and accessible directly via the Research/Reference menu above):

External Sources

The following two websites are good sources of additional information on the history of Hancock County: