Gee....lots of notice!....but if anybody gonna be in the Holy City Thursday
this one looks worth the time. Best, Maynard
Subj: LVA Common Wealth Lecture Series
Date: 9/28/98 4:40:13 PM Eastern Daylight Time
From: btarter(a)vsla.edu (Brent Tarter)
To: va-roots(a)vlinsvr.vsla.edu (Multiple recipients of list)
The Library of Virginia is pleased to announce that the
next program in its 1998 Common Wealth Lecture Series will
feature the renowned speaker Elizabeth Shown Mills, editor
of the National Genealogical Society Quarterly. She will
speak at 5:30 on Thursday, 1 October 1998, in the Lecture
Hall adjacent to the main lobby of the Library of Virginia
at 800 East Broad Street in downtown Richmond, Virginia.
Mills's lecture is entitled "Tracing Families in a Heinz 57
World: Old Myths, Modern Methods."
Elizabeth Shown Mills has been vice president of the Board
for Certification of Genealogists, is a founding member of
the Genealogical Speakers Guild, and is a member of the
faculty of the National Institute on Genealogical Research
at the National Archives. Her most recent book on
researching family history is entitled Evidence.
The Common Wealth Lecture Series is free and open to the
public. There is free and secure underground parking at
the Library of Virginia.
This program is made possible with funds provided by the
Library of Virginia Foundation, the Virginia Foundation for
the Humanities and Public Policy, and the Friends of the
Virginia State Archives.
For further information about this and other programs at
the Library of Virginia, please visit our web site at
or call 804-692-3592.
The Library of Virginia