Welcome to the Ferguson Library's place for local and state history research. In addition to our digital collections, the library provides a wide variety of physical documents and research materials at our Main Library, DiMattia Building in downtown Stamford, Connecticut.
The Ferguson Library's Local Historical and Genealogical collection consists of books, manuscripts, periodicals, maps and city directories.
City directories from 1879 to 1966 and high school yearbooks for limited years are available on microfilm.
34-43. Stamford, Connecticut, Southeast Quadrant Extended Urban Renewal Area Block 34; Lots 17, 16, 15, 14: 39, 37; 43, 41; 45; 49 Hawthorne Street (facing southeast)
Courtesy of the City of Stamford, Connecticut, Urban Redevelopment Commission Photographic Archive: color slide; developed January, 1973; scanned by…
Collection of pamphlets and promotional materials from city parks around Stamford, Connecticut.
Recently Added Items
The activity schedule for the Young Women's Christian Association in Stamford, Connecticut for the fall and winter of 1947 to 1948.
Report from the annual meeting of the Young Women's Christian Association in Stamford, Connecticut held on January 28, 1946. The report shows the…
Pamphlet from the Young Women's Christian Association in Stamford, Connecticut that describes the offerings available for 1944 to 1945. Activities…