Who We Are
More than 4,000 volumes!
One of the largest privately funded genealogy collections in the region.
Eagle Township: Photos and histories of families, businesses, churches, schools,
residences, parks and service organizations
Boone County: Local family histories; Surname Files; Birth, Death, Marriage,
Cemetery, Land and Census Records; Wills; Maps; Newspapers; Obituary File
Indiana: Quaker, Early Land and Census Records; County Reference Material for
United States: Reference Material for 38 states, Highlighting Migration States; Military Records
In 1973, the Foundation dedicated the P.H. Sullivan Museum and Genealogy Library. The museum houses exhibition galleries, a genealogy library, and archives.
The museum and library are important repositories of the heritage of Zionsville, Boone County, and Indiana in order to increase the appreciation, awareness and understanding of the history and culture of this region. Exhibits, lectures, classes, and special events contribute to the realization of this mission.
The Genealogy Library works to collect, preserve, and make available genealogical resources to aid those who are exploring their roots in Boone County and beyond. The library began modestly, but today, it provides research materials in the areas of history and genealogy. Other items are referenced by microfilm, microfiche, and computer files.
For inquiries about research requests or other library services, please see the section on Research Policies & Fees. Through a partnership with Hussey Mayfield Memorial Public Library parts of our collection can be searched thru the Evergreen Indiana Open Source Catalog.