The library offers access to databases and online resources on a wide variety of subjects. Some resources are licensed for use in Wyoming or Campbell County libraries only and require a password if you are not accessing them from within a library. To use these resources from home, provide your library card and PIN when they are requested
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These marriage records are available in the Campbell County Clerk’s office at the Campbell County Courthouse, 500 S. Gillette, Ave., Gillette, WY. For a copy of these marriage records, copy the name, page and volume number and go to the Clerk’s office or call 307 682-7285.
This information has been provided as a courtesy of the Campbell County Genealogical Society and the Campbell County Public Library Reference Staff.
The Fox Funeral Home was the first funeral home opened in Gillette, WY opening in 1907. These records span the years 1907-1947. Each entry in this index is taken directly from the digitized image of the funeral record and has a cd number that corresponds to the image. You may request a copy of an image by calling the Reference Department at 307-687-0115 or by email.
Access to these funeral records were generously provided by the Campbell County Cemetery District.
This report provides the name of the deceased, plot numbers, date of birth, date of burial, age, sex, veteran status, and other plot information. The Mt. Pisgah cemetery records were provided by the Campbell County Cemetery District. We will update these records once yearly. These records may NOT be reproduced for profit in any format. Please remember that the record shows date of burial, not date of death. You may request a copy of an obituary by calling the Reference Department at 307-687-0115 or by email.
This alphabetical subject index contains a wide range of topics from Campbell County and some nearby locations. Gathered from local newspapers, magazines and brochures, the articles encompass important information regarding businesses, organizations, industries (farming, mining, petroleum, ranching and railroads), churches, cemeteries, hospitals, parks, people, government, law enforcement, post offices, school buildings, geological and historical landmarks, extreme weather, unusual events, serious crimes, significant fires, historical firsts, population statistics, building construction and demolition. Sporting and school events are not generally covered. The information from 1934 through 1999 is comprehensive; however, at this time, the entries from 1905 through 1933 are not. Each record includes a subject, date of publication, an illustration designation (“Y” indicating yes, a blank space indicating no), page number, and headline. To access these articles, you may visit the library and personally view the “Local History” binders, request by email or call the library’s reference department at 307-687-0115.
This is a collection of newspaper clippings, original documents, pictures, miscellaneous items and obituaries. This index reflects the contents of each biographical record. The majority of the indexing was completed in 2008. This is a work in progress. Additional items will be added at the discretion of the museum registrar and indexed by library staff.
Access to these biographical records was generously provided by the Campbell County Rockpile Museum.
This library of legislative materials contains journals, or digests of the journals, from the first territorial legislature that convened in 1869 to the present. It also contains digitized bills from 1873 to 2000, and a record of actions on introduced bills (bill actions) from 1957-2000.
Discover the stories that formed Wyoming. Browse or search the more than 900,000 newspaper pages converted from microfilm to a digital format. All text is searchable, including news articles, news briefs, obituaries and other items of interest.
The Wyoming Patent and Trademark Depository Library (PTDL) is a library designated by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) to disseminate patent and trademark information and support the diverse intellectual property needs of the public.