The Langley Centennial Museum currently maintains a collection of almost 7000 archival photographs, 9000 objects and 500 works of art. This collection, spanning hundreds of years, is a wonderful window on the past and present life of our community.
There are many archival resources for researchers at the Langley Centennial Museum. Our archival holdings include records and documents relating to our community, ranging from correspondence to minute books to maps. The Langley Advance, the community's oldest newspaper, is available from 1931-1996 on microfilm for use by researchers. We also have a resource library that is available to the public by appointment. Please contact the Arts & Heritage Curator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 604.533.6090 ext. 5007 to make an archival appointment. For more information on what is available to researchers, click here
Enter a keyword below to search the collection. The search will find all records that contain the entered keywords. For example, if you enter "map", the search will return records that contain "map", "maps", etc. If you enter "maps", the search will not find images that are described with only "map". To search the People/Subject category, choose it from the drop down list, enter a keyword and click the first magnifying glass. Once you've selected an option for People/Subject, click on Search or hit Enter.