The Society maintains one of only a few independent Genealogical Libraries in the Southeast. In addition to our own AGS publications, our collections include records, manuscripts, books, microfilms, and maps from not only Georgia and surrounding states but also resources from around the country and around the world that reveal our history. The Adamson Library now has access to interlibrary loan materials from the Library of Virginia and is a FamilySearch Affiliate Library.
The Adamson Library is open by appointmentonly. Visitors will assisted by a volunteer Librarian of the Day who will meet you for your specific request to use the library, please plan your visit for three hours or less in order to respect their time. A maximum of two library patrons will be allowed per appointment due to limited space and the need for social distancing. A fee of $10.00 will be charged for Non-Members. To make an appointment, please Contact the Augusta Genealogical Society by email at AugustaGenSociety@comcast.net.Please allow one week for a response to your request.
If you have not been immunized against COVID-19, we ask that you wear a mask while in the Adamson Library.
It’s no secret that the society has existed this long because of Carrie Adamson, our first President. Until 2006-2007, she invested herself 24 hours a day seven days a week to make the Society one of the best in Southeast. Thanks also belong to the long list of volunteers, membership, and community leaders who assisted her along the way. Today the Society maintains one of only a few independent Genealogical Libraries in the Southeast. The Society sponsors quarterly programs and two annual all-day seminars to provide knowledge to our members. The Society has published several books and continues to publish Southern Echoes, our quarterly newsletter. We continue to meet the mission of Augusta Genealogical Society based on the 1979 vision of our founders.
The Adamson Library 1058 Claussen Road, Suite 108, Augusta GA 30907