Finding Aids for Other Local Organizations, Agencies & Communities with information on Montgomery County suburbanization

You can access Finding Aids by clicking on the titles below:

1. The American Institutes of Architects National Office
2. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum, Hays T. Watkins Research Library and Archives
3. Capitol View Park Historical Society
4. Chevy Chase, MD
5. Chevy Chase Historical Society
6. Damascus Heritage Museum
7. DC Public Library Special Collections
8. Gaithersburg, MD


9. Garrett Park, MD
10. George Washington University Department of American Studies
11. George Washington University Gelman Library, Special Collections Research Center
12. Germantown Historical Society
13. Glen Echo, MD
14. Heritage Tourism Alliance of Montgomery County
15. Historic Medley District
16. Historic Takoma, Inc
17. Kensington Historical Society, Inc
18. Kentlands Community Foundation
19. Maryland National Capital Building Industry Association
20. Maryland Department of Assessments and Taxation
21. Maryland State Archives
22. Montgomery County Archives
23. Montgomery County Department of Economic Development Agricultural Services Division
24. Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection
25. Montgomery County Department of Housing & Community Affairs
26. Montgomery County Department of Parks
27. Montgomery County Department of Planning
28. Montgomery County Department of Planning, Historic Preservation Office
29. Montgomery County Department of Transportation
30. Montgomery History
31. Montgomery County Public Schools
32. Montgomery Village Foundation
33. National Capital Trolley Museum

34. Peerless Rockville Historic Preservation
35. Poolesville, MD
36. Save Our Seminary at Forest Glen
37. Silver Spring Historical Society
38. Takoma Park, MD
39. University of Maryland Department of American Studies
40. University of Maryland Hornbake Library, Maryland Room
41. US Department of Energy
42. US Food and Drug Administration
43. US National Institutes of Standards & Technology

44. US National Institutes of Health
45. US Nuclear Regulatory Commission
46. Washington Grove, MD
47. Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
48. Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission

Thanks to information generously provided by local communities, organizations, and state & federal agencies, the Finding Aids describe where to find a wide variety of information on the County’s suburban past & present.

The Center invites other organizations, municipalities, agencies, and businesses with records and/or information related to the suburbanization of the County to prepare and email a completed Finding Aid to Bob Bachman, Chair of the Center for Suburban Studies Steering Committee at: bobafpe@aol.com so it can be uploaded to this site.

A blank Finding Aid form is available by clicking here.