Welcome to the Port Hope Archives!
Community History Happens Here
Due to the current shutdown orders, the Archives is closed to the public. Staff are available to answer your questions and inquiries, and conduct research on your behalf- please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, phone 905-885-1673, or submit our web form.
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Fees & Membership
Our fees and memberships assist with the operating costs of the Port Hope Archives, and in particular with the purchase of vital archival-safe containers and materials to house and protect the collection. Thank you for your support of our local history!
Fees are as follows:
$10.00 research fee (non-members)*
*This fee is charged for simple and direct research requests and inquiries. This fee is waived for members.
$25.00 per hour for archivist-lead research (first 1/2 hour free)*
*For more in-depth and open-ended research and inquiries. You can determine the maximum number of hours that the Archivist will conduct research on your topic. You will be provided with a research report and copies of any associated materials at the conclusion of research.
0.50 cents per 8.5x11” b&w copy ($1.00 colour copies)
0.75 cents per 8.5 x 14" b&w copy ($1.25 colour copies)
$1.00 per 11x17” b&w copy ($1.50 colour copies)
$5.00 per document scan from the collection
$5.00 per photograph image scan (600 dpi quality, images will be watermarked)
The Port Hope Archives now accepts debit and credit payments. We still also accept cash, but ask that you consider paying by card to minimize contact.
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Consider copyright when making all research and copying requests. It is the researcher's responsibility to seek proper authorization. All copies are made for the sole purposes of private study or research.
If you would like to publicly publish, exhibit, or broadcast materials from our collection, please contact the Port Hope Archives for the 'Request for Permission to Publish, Exhibit, or Broadcast Materials from the Port Hope Archives' form and details.