See if we have what you need in our main manuscript collection, photo, topical, biographical or business files. Several indexes are also on-line. Start your search.
Contact the Archivist with your reference question.
The Joint Archives of Holland
Celebrates 25 Years of Service
Learn more about the Association for the Advancement of Dutch-American Studies which hosts biennial conferences on Dutch American topics and publishes a newsletter.
Are you interested in an AADAS membership?
The Joint Archives of Holland administers Hope College's records retention program overseeing transfer, storage, preservation, reference use of inactive records, and timely destruction of outdated records.
The large collection of oral histories housed at the Joint Archives of Holland was initiated in 1977 with the help of Dr. Elton Bruins of Hope College and continued as a summer project until 2003. Along the way, many other interviews have also been recorded as opportunities arose. Click here to see the list of available interviews.
Holland Area Historical Society
History of the First United Methodist Church
and Annual Christmas Potluck
Tues., Dec. 10 - 6:30 P.M.
First United Methodist Church
57 W. 10th St., Holland
A Methodist Church congregation has existed in Holland since 1861 and was the first English-speaking church in Holland. Come hear more about this important church and its part in our community's long history of worship. Reservations are required; call 395-7798 to sign up for a dish to pass. PLEASE NOTE SPECIAL TIME.
For more events, view the entire 2013-2014 Holland Area Historical Society schedule. If you are interested in becoming a member, please visit our Membership Information page.
Joint Archives of Holland
- Mon - Fri: 8am - noon & 1pm - 5pm
- Sat - Sun: Closed