Our regular bi-weekly feature “Ask The Archive Lady” is taking a break during the month of October 2018! Melissa Barker – better known as The Archive Lady – is busy celebrating American Archives Month during October 2018.
31 Days of Tips from The Archive Lady
As part of the celebration, Melissa is post a new archiving tip each day at her blog, A Genealogist in The Archives. To follow along click HERE to read the daily update to 31 Days of Tips from The Archive Lady.
- Unidentified Photographs in the Archives
- Autograph Books in the Archives
- 5 Tips for Finding Unique Genealogical Records in Archives
- Archives Have Genealogy Books!
- Storing 3-Ring Binders to Protect Your Records
- Preserving a Lock of Hair
- Loose Marriage Records…What Are They?
- Researching in Manuscript Collections
- Finding Family Histories in the Archives
- Sunday School Records in Archives
- Preserving Your Ancestor’s Textiles
- Finding Photographs in an Archive
- Archiving Genealogical Documents
- Ask the Archivist! We are Here to Help!
- Cleaning Dirty Genealogy Records
- It’s Not All Online! Using Archives to Find Your Ancestors
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Melissa Barker lives in Tennessee Ridge, Tennessee. She is the Houston County (TN) Archivist and a Professional Genealogist. She writes the blog, A Genealogist in the Archives, and has been researching her own family for over 26 years. She lectures, teaches and writes about researching in archives and records preservation.
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