A Message from the Augusta Genealogical Society regarding COVID-19: The Adamson Library will be closed until further notice, following recommendation of public health officials. We will assess the situation as the health crisis continues. Please check back here or on our Facebook page for updates on the reopening in the future.
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, Suite Suite 108, Augusta GA 30907 During Master's, April 6-10, the Adamson Library will be open by appointment. Please contact us if you would like to visit during this time. The library will be closed April 11 for the Easter weekend.
Access to the Adamson Library is free for AGS Members. Library Access for non-members is available for a fee of $5 per session. Appointments outside of regular operating hours for non-members are $20 per session.