Liberty Lake City Hall has a small collection of photographs available online. Liberty Lake is a community rich with history and culture dating back to the 1800s. Did you know that Liberty Lake was once called Lake Grier, or that the area was originally founded by a Frenchman from Canada? Liberty Lake also used to be linked by trolley to Spokane and other areas. Read more about Liberty Lake's Cultural and Historical Heritage (PDF).
Spokane Public Library's Northwest Room comprises over 13,000 items, this superb collection is readily available to the public during open hours. Most of the collection is searchable through the Library’s catalog. The collection consists of reference books, maps, directories, periodicals, government documents, and archival materials pertaining to the history, exploration, and settlement of the Northwest, or that region including Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and the province of British Columbia. The Northwest Room offers information on every period from the late 1700’s to the present.
The Washington State Digital Archives is the nation's first archives dedicated specifically to the preservation of electronic records from both State and Local agencies that have permanent legal, fiscal or historical value. You can search online or visit the archives by appointment.