Researching the history of houses and the families that lived in them involves looking at multiple resources – land records, census records, maps, city directories, newspapers, and more. Some of these resources are available in Historic Takoma’s Reading Room and Research Archives, but many more available through other organizations and repositories. Many of these are online. Historic Takoma has prepared various guides to assist with finding these resources. Historic Takoma volunteers are available to help with getting you started on research and navigating the various sources and tools. If you have a question send a note to email@example.com
This page on our website provides information about a wide variety of sources of information.
Introduction to House Research – this guide provides a summary of various resources and tools available
Historic Takoma’s “Takoma Houses” project collects details about individual houses. Further information about the project can be found at the Takoma Houses page.
Visit the Historic Takoma Reading Room at 7328 Carroll Avenue in Takoma Park on the 1st/3rd Sundays of each month, 1:00 pm – 4:00 PM
Make an appointment to visit the Archives or get research assistance by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
Send a question to email@example.com