The Archives of the Humboldt and District Museum holds the collective memory of Humboldt and area - its families, community groups, businesses and individuals. The archive’s mandate includes the continual acquisition of archival material related to Humboldt and area through public donations. The archives provide public access to archival records while maintaining stringent conservation measures to preserve the collection. Research requests can be accomodated with advanced notice. Fees may apply depending on the request. 

All archival material has been catalogued and described according to the collection, or fond, it belongs to. These are:

Arlington Hotel fonds

Brithdir United Church fonds

David Ronald Bell fonds

George Dempster fonds

Glynfield School District #3637 fonds

History of our Living Elders Project fonds

Hoffman's Novelty Circus fonds

Humboldt 4-H Multiple Club fonds

Humboldt and District Chamber of Commerce fonds

Humboldt Broncos fonds

Humboldt Journal fonds

Humboldt Lodge No. 100 of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows fonds

Humboldt Music Festival Association fonds

Humboldt School of Dance fonds

Middle Lake School #2271 fonds

Prince Rupert Masonic Lodge #35 fonds

Spencer Sutherland fonds

St. Matthew's School District #4673 fonds

Sunshine Rebekah Lodge #83 fonds

Ursuline Sisters of Bruno fonds

Waldsea Lake Park fonds

Interested in looking at more historic photographs of our collection? Search for Humboldt in the Photograph Database of the Saskatchewan Council of Archives and Archivists. Or check out the Humboldt-related artifacts on the Saskatchewan Archival Information Network databases.