This section lists county associations from Park City to Star Valley giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
The association was incorporated in 1981 and originally had 15 members.
Its aims are to research and record the history of Park City and to preserve this history and sites of historical significance.
The Historical Society merged with the Museum Board to make Park City Museum a permanent feature.
The Museum has approximately 30000 photographs which are accessible in the Hal Compton Research Library.
The Library also has many other archives, which incorporate:
Archives also comprise:
Some databases are also available through other sites, which comprise:
The association was established in 1989, its aims being to collect and preserve historical items relating to the history of Payson City, to support local legislation regarding the protection of historic properties, and to maintain a system to survey and inventory historic properties.
An Index of Burials in Payson City Cemetery from 1853-2008 is also accessible.Website:
The Society was chartered on 23 April 1983, its aim being to collect, preserve and exhibit items of historical significance to the area.
They have partnered with the Cokesville Historical Society (Cokeville) and the Lincoln County Historical Society (Kemmerer) to develop their website and will be hereafter known as Lincoln County Historical Societies.
Numerous databases are accessible, which incorporate:
In addition, Categorical Collections are also accessible, which include Commerce, Communications, Energy, Finance, Medicine, Military and Transportation.Website: