The Robert A. Anderson Library, located within the Eldred WWII Museum, serves as a significant resource for research on the subject of World War II. The library was established in 1999 upon the acquisition of the collection of historian Robert A. Anderson. The collection was a life-long passion and included thousands of books and rare artifacts.

The museum has continued to add to the collection which now exceeds 8,500 volumes. The holdings of the library include rare or out of print books that the researcher may not be able to find in a local library.

In addition to books, researchers also have access to veteran statements and interviews, various wartime periodicals, videos, and documents within the museum’s archives.