Friends of the Archives
Limestone County - Athens, Alabama
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About Us
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Our Mission
To procure, preserve, restore, maintain, study, and promote manuscripts, instruments, records, charters, evidence, and documents of a public or private nature which may have statistical, legal or historical significance to Limestone County, Alabama, its government or residents, or such documents as might be desirable to the association and to encourage public interest therein.

Our Organizational Profile
The Friends of the Archives is a non-profit corporation, organized as a depository and research center for original Limestone County records.  The FOA assists the Limestone County Archives in its activities as a repostitory of  Limestone County official records and, on its own, collects and preserves other, non-official records of Limestone County that may be of historical or personal research importance.  These records include many aids to family history research, old photographs, microfische and microfilm, etc., all of which is open to public viewing at the Limestone County Archives.

Meeting Times
The Friends of the Archives meets once per quarter (May, August, November, February) at 5:00 p.m. at the Limestone County Archives.  
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The Limestone County Archives is located at 102 West Washington St., Athens, AL 35611, one block east of the courthouse square next to the railroad tracks in the old Athens Train Depot.

The Limestone County Archives is open Monday through Friday 8:00-4:30, and closed Saturday & Sunday.

The Archives can be reached by telephone at (256) 233-6404.

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