Archives

Greater portion of Kamloops, ca. 1906. Photograph by Mary Spencer.

The KMA’s archives preserve and provide access to records of the activities of Kamloopsians from the 1800s to the recent past. The archives include a substantial collection of photographs, books, papers, newspapers, maps, and architectural drawings contributed by our community; reference materials and research tools; and some records from the City of Kamloops.

  • About the Archives

    Find out about us, learn about our collections and resources, and more.

  • Services and Fees

    See what for-fee services we offer at the KMA Archives.

  • Finding Aids

    Finding aids and indexes describe succinct collections of materials, arranged according to archival principles.

  • External Resources

    There are many other sources for historical research outside of the KMA, including fellow museums and archives, community groups and organizations, and online collections.