History at Home Video Archive

Fond du Lac Public Library's monthly History at Home programs focus on local and state history.  Most are video recorded and made available online.

Seefeld Local History Room

NOTE: During the library's new carpet installation, microfilm readers will not be available from Feb. 8, 2018, to March 5, 2018. For questions, contact the Reference Desk at (920) 322-3930 or [email protected].

On the 2nd floor of the FDL Public Library, this collection of more than 2,600 items is composed of materials related to the history of the City of Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County and nearby areas.

NewspaperARCHIVE (provided by BadgerLink)

Full text of some historic newspapers worldwide. Includes selective coverage of Fond du Lac newspapers from 1846 to 1977.

National Register of Historic Places

More than 78,000 historically important cultural places, including almost 3,000 National Historical Landmarks.

Fond du Lac Historical Society

Dedicated to preserving our history for future generations.


American social and cultural history, online photography exhibit and current museum exhibits.

University of Wisconsin Digital Collections

Unique historical and cultural collections of digitized letters, diaries, reminiscences, speeches, photographs, oral history tapes, manuscripts and maps.

Recollection Wisconsin

Collaborative, statewide digital resource for teachers, students, genealogists and history buffs.

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