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I have some old photos and one on the back is marked "Miss Marie Beles".
The other info on back is J. A. Linder, Traveling Photographic Art Gallery.
I have not found a link of this person to my Blackwell family tree, but if
someone knows who this is or if she belongs to your family, let me know.
I'll be glad to send you a copy of the photo.
Gems of Genealogical Wisdom Saturday, 10 May 2010 at the Maryland Heights Centre. All day workshop
Conference Fees: Before 30 April 2010 . StLGS members $40.00; . Non-members $60.00 After 30 April 2010 . StLGS members $50.00 . Non-members $65.00
(Walk-ins on Conference Day will pay $65.00 regardless of membership.) Lunch is available for $10.00
STLGS announces our featured speaker for the event will be J. Mark Lowe, is a full-time professional genealogist, author, and lecturer who researches primarily in original records and manuscripts throughout the South. Mark has published articles in the Association of Genealogical Societies (APG) Quarterly, North Carolina Genealogical Society Quarterly, SPEAK!, The Longhunter, and other genealogical society publications.
Other featured speakers:
Bruce Buzbee is the founder and president of RootsMagic, Inc. and the author of RootsMagic and Family Reunion Organizer genealogy software.
John Dougan is the state archivist of Missouri and an advocate for free online access to genealogical records.
Eric Keith is the vice-president of marketing and sales of Footnote.com.
Patricia Luebbert is the senior archivist at the Missouri State Archives in Jefferson City, where she supervises the reference area.
Steven Rowan is a professor at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, specializing in European history. He has authored and/or translated eighteen books.
Russ Wilding is CEO of Footnote.com
And other local speakers: Sandra M. BrunsmannHughes; Bob Goode; Ann Barberis Wittenberg
For additional information or to sign up for the conference, go to www.stlgs.org
John Linhorst has created a GREAT tool for your use in researching where
your ancestors lived. He has taken the 1898 atlas and overlaid it on present
day Google maps. This is soooo interesting and you need to check it out!
Find the link in the "Maps" section in the menu on the left.
J Lisa K. Gendron