Blue Hills Genealogical Society Resource Library
410 East LaSalle Avenue, Suite C
Barron, WI 54812
(Enter from the back of the building, off the 4th Street parking lot.)

Open by appointment. Call Rosella Amundson at 715-537-5760 or e mail her at

Closed: Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, November 9 – February 13

Use of the Resource Library is free and open to the public to research their family history. This facility is wheelchair accessible and contains two Society computers and a printer.

Volunteers are available on site to help beginners. However, if you have a specific question or concern regarding researching your family history, please contact the Society in advance to ensure the appropriate level of expertise is available during your visit.

The Resource Library does not have accommodations for children. Please be certain that you will be able to supervise any children with you at all times; there are many delicate documents in our collection.

For Lookup Requestscontact BHGS Lookup Chair Rosella Amundson,, 715-537-5760, 209 W. Franklin Ave., Barron, WI 54812.  Lookup fees: $30/hour for non BHGS members with a 1 hour minimum;  For BHGS members Lookups in materials that are located in our Resource Library  are free.  Lookups in sources outside of the Resource Library for BHGS members are $10/hour with a 1 hour minimum.  Any copy and shipping charges are additional.

Resource Library Inventory

Our Resource Library inventory includes many directories to aid in your search. Links to the directories below are provided via Google Doc links for your convenience.

New! We are now including a searchable Cumulative Index online – use this as your first stop if you would like to see what we might have about your ancestor(s).


Wisconsin Resources:

  • Wisconsin Brochures and Books
  • Telephone Directories and Plat Books
  • Genealogy Society Newsletters

General Resources:

  • Books and Brochures
  • Genealogy Books
  • Reference Books for International Research
  • Periodicals
  • Maps

Additional Web Links:

The BHGS encourages anyone who has Barron County records of genealogical value to donate them to our collection.