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Frequently Asked Questions
The digital archives can be accessed by clicking here. They're free to access, and you do not need to be a patron of the Henderson Libraries to browse our content online. All you need is Internet access. There are over 12,000 items to view including photographs, newspapers, scrapbooks, directories, and more!
Yes! Henderson Libraries accepts donations of local historical significance. We are particularly interested in yearbooks, photographs, maps, programs, and documents from local families and businesses.
Before bringing in your donation, contact the Digital Librarian at (702) 207-4287 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You are allowed to download any photograph or document that is in the public domain.
The staff-mediated scanning services are different than the multifunction machines that are available near the public use computers in all of our branches. As a library cardholder, you can make an appointment to have a librarian scan your photographs and documents for free using the Epson FastFoto FF-640 photo and document scanner or Epson Expression 12000XL scanner to a personal USB-drive.
Appointments are for 30 minutes with the librarian, but can be extended as necessary. Email the librarian email@example.com or call (702) 207-4287 to make an appointment. Appointments vary based on the availability of the librarian and the library branch's hours.
The scanning service is free to use. There is no charge to have physical items scanned to a USB drive, but you must have access to a USB drive before you use the scanning services.
You must make an appointment with the Digital Projects Librarian to use the scanning services. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (702) 207-4287 to make an appointment. Appointments are based on the availability of the librarian and the open hours of the library.
Yes! We have the entire run of the Henderson Home News, from 1949 to 2009. These can be viewed online any time by visiting our Henderson Digital Archives.
No, Henderson Libraries does not house marriage, birth, or death records. Marriage licenses and records for Clark County can be found by searching with the Clark County Clerk’s Office here.
Birth and death records are not public records, but you can access them through the Southern Nevada Health District for a fee.