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Document Imaging Center

The Franklin County Document Imaging Center operates under the Franklin County Microfilming Board and is administered by the Franklin County Recorder.

The Document Imaging Center serves various Franklin County government offices and agencies and its main duty is the conversion and preservation of County records, which is done by transferring paper and electronic documents onto microfilm,  and computer systems, and other storage media.

The Document Imaging Center also provides microfilming supplies, processing and duplication services, archival storage services, as well as, research, advice and order placement to County agencies on the purchase of new microfilming equipment. Please watch our video, located HERE, to see all the services we offer.

If you would like to initiate a project with our office, please click below for instructions.

                                                           Project Initiation Instructions


Microfilming Board 

  • The honorable

    Maryellen O'Shaughnessy
    Franklin County Clerk of Courts
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    The honorable

    Daniel J. O'Connor Jr.
    Franklin County Recorder

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    The honorable

    Cheryl Brooks Sullivan
    Franklin County Treasurer

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    The honorable

    John O'Grady
    Franklin County Commissioner

  • The honorable

    Michael Stinziano
    Franklin County Auditor


Annual Reports

On the first Monday in April of each year, the county Recorder shall file with the Microfilming Board and the County Commissioners a report of the operations of the Document Imaging Center and a statement of the receipts and expenditures of the agency during the previous year.