Old family photos, documents and heirlooms are vitally important in preserving your family’s past. Learn how to organize and store these special items safely, and discover an easy, step-by-step process for deciding what to retain in your collection and what to give to relatives or institutions. Finally, you will get ideas for preparing a “genealogical will” to preserve your family’s photos, documents and heirlooms for future generations.
Marian Burk Wood is a popular speaker and author. Her “Planning a Future for Your Family’s Past” is a best-selling genealogy book. Active in genealogy research for more than two decades, she has presented programs at the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies conference, the New England Regional Genealogy Conference and at many other venues. Marian blogs about family history methodology.
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