Research and Images
Looking for information about the people and places of Eureka Springs?
Each city has its own story to tell and we are very proud of ours. The Eureka Springs Historical Museum has a large collection of archival documents and photos on the history of this wonderful “City of Distinction” and its residents. When you learn about the city in which your ancestors lived, you take a big step towards understanding what their life was like and the people, places, and events that impacted the course of their own personal history.
Our local historians take great pride in helping you make amazing discoveries at reasonable rates.
Click on this link for our Research Request Form.
Completed forms may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, or mailed to the museum at:
ESHM, 95 S. Main Street, Eureka Springs, AR 72632
Images and Research Copies:
- Research Request Fee: $15.00 per hour (min. 1 hour), includes (5) 8 ½ x 11 B & W Xerox copies.
- 8 ½ x 11 Black & White Xerox copies are .50 each, plus postage.
- 8 ½ x 14 Black & White Xerox copies are $1.00 each, plus postage.
- In lieu of printed paper copies, scanned documents and images can be emailed for free.
Note: There is an additional license fee per photo for commercial use based on type & frequency of use. Prices are available upon request. When using any product acquired from the Museum in publications, please credit the Museum. Credit should appear adjacent to each image. If that is not possible, it should be placed in a visible location. The credit line should read, “Courtesy of the Eureka Springs Historical Museum.”
A complimentary copy of any publication in which ESHM photos or written materials are utilized should be sent to:
Eureka Springs Historical Museum
95 South Main St.
Eureka Springs, AR 72632
The Eureka Springs Historical Museum is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization. Your donations are greatly appreciated. Please call for information about becoming a Member of the Museum.
Another great way to learn about our “City of Distinction” is to visit us in October for our Living History Tour, “Voices of the Silent City”.