Databases & Inventories
The databases and inventories below are designed to help you navigate our large collection of records. At this time, we do not have an online card catalog-style database for our entire
collection and though many of our record series have an index, like birth, marriage and death certificates, land records and corporation records, research copies are only available on
microfilm in the reading room.
If you are researching a court case, please contact the court first. While we do house many cases from around the state, most of the courts have retained the indices and we will need the county, name of the
court and docket or case number to locate the file.
City Directories (Coming Soon)
Mostly published by the Polk Company, these directories provide names, addresses, phone numbers if applicable, and other information. Most contain “white” pages, “yellow” pages and a section by street address.
This inventory lists the county level records are available with us by county.
Death Certificates Database
1909-1939 last names A-E (work in progress)
Incorporated Cities of Wyoming
This is a list of Wyoming’s incorporated cities and their dates of incorporation.
Governors of Wyoming
Get to know Wyoming’s governors, 1869 to the present, with short biographies, photographs and topical records inventories.
Map Database (LUNA)
1800s-present (work in progress, so check back often)
Microfilm Holdings Database
Contains information on microfilmed rolls, both security and research copies.
Wyoming newspapers published prior to 1923. Click here [hyperlinked] for tips on searching the database.
Records & Information Management System (RIMS)
Used by the Wyoming State Records Center for managing non-permanent records
Rocky Mountain Online Archive (RMOA)
Selected collection and government record inventories from our holdings are available through this
regional cooperative database, administered by the University of New Mexico.
Our collection of phone books comes from around the state. They can be used to confirm the location of people and businesses and provide proof of their time in a particular town or area.
Photograph Database (LUNA)
View some of the photographs in our extensive collection. (work in progress, check back often)
These business directories list business names, addresses, and owner/managers from around the state, organized by town.
State Government Finding Aids
These finding aids include a PDF listing of all of the records transferred to us by the agencies, as well as a short history of the department. Also see the Rocky Mountain Online Archive (RMOA) and Wyoming
Libraries Database (WYLDCAT).
Women's Organization Collections
This inventory includes all of the women’s club, guilds and organizations whose records are housed in our collection.
Wyoming Libraries Database (WYLD)
Basic information is listed in this database for many of our government and non-government collections.