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ArchivesSpace at the Greene County Ohio Archives

The mission of the Greene County Records Center and Archives is to advise and assist all county offices with the proper management of records throughout their lifecycle and ensure that they are maintained and legally disposed of pursuant to Ohio’s records laws. The Records Center and Archives also serves the public by protecting, preserving, and providing access to public records that document the history of Greene County. On this site, you can search for those records that are housed in our repository and open to the public.

All of the records within our collection are non-circulating, meaning that they may not be checked out like books in a public library. Records may be researched in the reading room of the Archives or on our digital repository, if applicable.
If a record is available in our digital archives you will find a link to said materials. Please note, early archival records may contain language and terminology that reveal certain social and cultural standards of that time. Those terms and words are included here, not to endorse those standards, but to report the content of the records as accurately as possible.

We are happy to fulfill specific records requests for off-site researchers. Please use the records request form, available on our website to submit inquiries. Pursuant to the Ohio Public Records Laws, if you would like to submit a public records request, please use the online request form.

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