Harl V. Brackin Library & Archives
**Photo Archives Closed starting Monday, January 13 through Monday, March 17**
During this time, archives staff will be undertaking a major rearrangement project within the archives facility that will prevent access to the photographic collection. The Dahlberg Research Center will remain open regular hours, however we will be unable to fulfill any requests from in-person and remote researchers seeking photographic materials from the collection during this time. All photographic requests will be addressed after the Photo Archives reopens in March. If you have any questions regarding this closure, please contact our Research Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-764-5874.
Monday to Friday
9303 East Marginal Way S.
The Museum of Flight's Library and Archives exists to supports the mission of The Museum of Flight by acquiring and preserving documentary materials of air and space flight. These materials include a wide range of visual and textual resources, many emphasizing the technical aspects of air- and spacecraft and their propulsion systems.
The Archives holds approximately 100 special collections, from taped interviews of the B-29 bomber crewmembers that dropped the atomic bombs on Japan, to specific photographic collections, to the extensive libraries of such aviation greats as Jeppesen, Champlin, and Hatfield.
The many treasures are available to visitors, researchers, scholars, Museum program participants, and teachers. The Library is located on the Museum's main campus.
If you would like to contact Senior Curator Dan Hagedorn regarding a potential donation, please leave a message at 206.764.5738.
The Museum of Flight’s Library and Archives is part of the main campus and very conveniently located just a minute off Interstate 5, and only 10 minutes south of downtown Seattle. If using public transportation the Library and Archives is on King County Metro Bus Route #124.
Entrances for both the Library and Archives and the Dahlberg Center are located on the north side of the building from the Museum's west parking lot.