Guys, fantastic news! The New York Public Library released 180K historic images to a digital archive, and yes, instead of braving the frigging cold of 16 degrees (as it is outside right now), you and I can peruse in our pajamas! One very cool feature of the NYPL is this […]
You might like this…. Experts at the National Archives answer your questions during a free online genealogy seminar today (October 21) and Thursday (October 22). Sessions, which will be live-streamed, include how to find your family in the archives, ancestral migration routes and exploring bankruptcy records.
Yesterday, I ventured inside The Oracle, also known as the National Archives, located at 701 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW. Oracle? Hell yeah. It was one of the best days of my life in the world of Emmett Wilson research. In the 25 years that I’ve lived in the DC area (15 […]
I’ve been a little distracted. Not really focused on my work for the past three or four days. Here’s why. The weather has been beautiful here in D.C. It is hard to make myself sit in front of a computer screen, or slog though piles of notes. I think Emmett […]