Regional Branch Hours:
Fairfax, VA, 22030-2514
703-293-6227 option 6 | TTY: 711
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Virginia Room can be found on the second floor of The City of Fairfax Regional Library.
The Fairfax County Public Library's Virginia Room maintains a collection rich in regional history and genealogy, as well as local and state government information and legal resources. Staff collect the historical record of the people, associations, events and places of Fairfax County, Virginia. In addition to our local history resources, researchers can use our print holdings and online databases to research genealogy from all 50 states. Other resources available for use are: maps, an extensive photographic archive, manuscript collections, local newspapers, and rare books.
To protect the fragile and rare materials in the Virginia Room's collection, food and beverages (including bottled water) are not permitted.
Friends Group President: Vera Finberg
Local History—Fairfax County and Northern Virginia
- Manuscript Collections
- Photograph Collections
- Subject Files
- Timeline of Fairfax County History
- School Yearbooks
- City Directories & Telephone Books
- The Bunny Man Unmasked
- Historical Newspapers
- Civil War in Northern Virginia
- Local History Websites
Genealogy—Bibliographies for Finding Your . . .
- African-American Ancestors
- Civil War Era Ancestors
- Continental European Ancestors
- English and Welsh Ancestors
- German Ancestors
- Irish Ancestors
- Jewish Ancestors
- Scottish and Scots-Irish Ancestors