The Wright Museum’s Arnold and Carol Haynes Library
Since 2009, the Wright Museum’s Arnold and Carol Haynes Research Library has been available to students and researchers year-round by advance arrangement. The museum’s staff is flexible and will strive to accommodate patrons’ schedules – whether they be middle schoolers accompanied by an adult, post-doctoral researchers, or any history buff wanting to learn more about WWII history.
Some of the materials available in the main reading room include:
- WWII unit histories
- Eyewitness accounts
- Scholarly monographs written by academic historians
- WWII-era home front magazines, including a full set of LIFE from 1939-1945
- WWII publications from the front lines, such as Stars and Stripes and Yank
- Publications of the Office of War Information, Department of War, and other federal, state, and local agencies
To arrange a visit, please call (603) 569-1212.
There is a $10/day user fee, which is waived for museum members and students.
About the Wright Museum
For two decades, the 501(c)(3) Wright Museum has educated, entertained and inspired nearly 300,000 national and international visitors.
PO Box 1212, 77 Center St.
Wolfeboro, NH 03894
May 1 – October 31st
November through April
Closed to public.