If you have an inquiry or would like to contact the AHS, contact details are available here.
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We are available to contact via:
Tel: 0457 329 944
Albany Historical Society (Inc.)
PO Box 411
Albany, WA, 6331
[Open: Tuesday-Thursday 9.30AM-12PM]
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Tel: 0487 895 700
Tel: 0457 731 734
If you are contacting us to make a research request, please note that the Albany Historical Society has amalgamated its archives with the City of Albany History Collection.
Our archivist has access to both our collection and the City of Albany’s, so we’d welcome you to submit your request to Julie, who will be more than happy to assist.
Julie Bright (Albany Historical Society Archivist)
Inquires around photographs from our collection can be made to:
Martin Pearson (Albany Historical Society Photographic Co-Ordinator)
Please note: Any photographs credited to the “Albany History Collection” should be directed to Sue Lefroy at the Albany Public Library (contact details above).
If you’re having trouble with the website or Members Area, or have any comments or suggestions about it, please feel free to contact:
Tom Bird (Web & IT Officer)
Certain areas of AHS Online are restricted to members of the society.
Membership is open to anybody, subject to approval. More details, including current membership fees, can be found by clicking 'About membership'.
Current members who do not have login to the site (or have been accessing the area via PIN code) can register for an account using the PIN Code by selecting 'Register Account'.
You can support our important work by becoming a member of the Albany Historical Society.
Membership is as low as $15 a year for single membership, and entitles you to receive copies of our quartlerly newsletter, free entry to the Albany Convict Gaol and Patrick Taylor Cottage and to access our new Online Members' Area.
The Online Members' Area allows members to browse our extensive (over 3500+) archive of paintings and photographs of Albany and surrounding regions from the past, as well as our newly digitised archive of magazines, featuring articles relating to Albany's history.