Town Historian
Robert Lowell Goller

The Town Historian's Office maintains a vast collection of significant historical information and documents related to the Town of Aurora. The department is a resource for genealogical information and town history.

Southside Municipal Center
300 Gleed Avenue
Entrance #5 (in the back of the building)
East Aurora, New York 14052
E-mail: historian@townofaurora.com
Phone: (716) 652-7944

Historian's Office Open for Research: Wednesdays from 1-4 p.m., and by appointment by emailing historian@townofaurora.com. Requests for information may be sent to the Town Historian's attention at 300 Gleed Avenue, or via e-mail.


 


Historian

The Town Historian's Office is available as a resource for local history. New York State law requires each town and village to appoint a historian to promote the history and heritage of the community; maintain and preserve the archives; and to advise local officials, boards and residents on issues related to the history of the community. The town historian also serves as historian for the Village of East Aurora.

The Aurora History Museum and Town Historian's Office are open from 1-4 p.m., Wednesdays. An appointment is necessary to conduct research at other times. Unfortunately at this time we cannot accommodate walk-ins outside of our regular hours on Wednesdays.

 

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Closed Wednesday, July 5

The Aurora Town Historian’s Office will be closed Wednesday, July 5,
in observance of Independence Day Week.

The office will resume normal weekly hours on July 12.

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