|Researchers scan one of the thousands of reels of microfilm containing images of the original birth, marriage, burial or other records that date back to the founding of Quebec province in the mid-1600s.|
The Film Room contains approximately 6,800 microfilms and some microfiche on file for your viewing. This is made up of many collections, first and foremost is our prestigious Drouin Institute microfilms, as well as other collections listed in the Film Room Holdings section. Available for your use are multiple microfilm and microfiche readers. We also have a high quality scanner/printer to make copies of the documents you located on the films.
AFGS is an affiliate of the Family History Library. Members and non members can order films directly at Familysearch from the convenience of their home; at that time they can choose to have their film sent directly to AFGS for viewing. There is no charge for this service.
The Film Room Copy Service is where members and non-members who are unable to visit the library can request a copy of births, marriages and death from the vital records of Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont for a small fee. We also offer copies of births and marriages from the Rhode Island Church microfilms.