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Research & Resources


Alexandria High School and Alexandria-Monroe High School Yearbooks are now available in house at the library. Several years have been digitized, however we are currently working out some technical difficulties. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We are working diligently to get them back up for viewing!  Currently the library has years 1900-2015. 

*The 1960 yearbook was the last annual published as the Alexandria High School Spectrum before the school name was changed to the Alexandria-Monroe High School in 1961. The 1960 edition of the AHS yearbook is included with the yearbooks from the 1950s for title consistency.


1924    1926    1927    1928    1929

1931    1932    1933    1934    1935    1939

1942    1943    1944    1946    1947    1948

1950    1952    1953    1954    1955

1960    1967    1968    1969

1970    1972    1974    1975    1977    1979

1982    1983    1984    1985

1992    1994    1995    1997    1998    1999

2001    2003    2004    2008    2009

2010    2012

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Obituaries appearing in the local newspaper from March 1, 1905-December 25, 2013 can be found using our digitized newspaper archive of The Alexandria Times-Tribune anytime during normal operating hours. For assistance please call the library at 765-724-2196 or send an Email Request.

Local History

Print Collection

Our local history collection has been relocated to the upper balcony stacks with the adult non-fiction.


The Alexandria Times-Tribune newspaper microfilm from March 1, 1905 through December 25, 2013 has been digitized and is available to the public on any library computer workstation. Physical microfilm has been archived for preservation purposes and is no longer available to the public.



Library Edition

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Allen Co. Public Library

Genealogy Center

The Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center is a world renowned resource for genealogical research. Located in Fort Wayne, Indiana, the center has one of the largest research collections available.


State Library

The Indiana State Library has one the largest collections of genealogical resources, newspapers and manuscripts in the Midwest. Seasoned research librarians can help



Associated with the Church of Latter-Day Saints, FamilySearch is a nonprofit family history organization that organizes and shares the world’s largest collection of genealogical and  historical records free of charge.


Public Library

The Indiana Room at the Anderson Public Library houses many valuable resources on genealogy,  local history, the history of Madison County.



Indiana Memory is a collaborative effort to provide credible primary sources to Libraries and other institutional organizations. They have an extensive collection of digitized books, manuscripts, photographs, newspapers, maps and more!

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