Troup County Archives

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The Troup County Historical Society Archives provides a central location for the permanent preservation of historical papers and assists in the management of local government records for Troup County, Georgia. The purpose of the Troup County Historical Society is "to increase and diffuse knowledge and a greater appreciation of sites, structures, events, personalities, and all other things which pertain to the development of Troup County, Georgia, and to acquire, hold, improve, preserve, develop and restore sites, buildings, and residences or other structures of historic and architectural interest, to promote tours, establish educational institutions and museums, to foster archeological research, mark Indian trails and to prepare and sell publications."


Strengths:
Troup County government and court records, City of LaGrange records, and files of Troup County Education.
Location:
136 Main St LaGrange, GA 30240
Email:
info@trouparchives.org
Phone:
+1-706-884-1828

Collections

Name Description
Cyrus F. Jenkins Civil War Diary, 1861-1862 A personal account of life as a Confederate soldier during the early years of the Civil War, from 1861-1862.
Troup County Digital Archives Project Photograph Database Photographs depicting life in Troup County from the 1870s to the 1990s from the Troup County Archives.
Troup County Superior Court Records Records of the Superior Court of Troup County, Georgia from 1827 to 1900