Thank you both Marilyn and Carol for your suggestions. I appreciate
the input and will do some research to make sure my time is well spent.
On Sep 28, 2011, at 8:44 PM, Marilyn Arnold wrote:
In most major US cities, the public libraries have far longer hours
genealogical and historical resources to access than do most FHCs.
anti FHC, don't get me wrong. But they just don't have the
resources that a
public library dies and if the main focus is Ancestry or Ancestry's
subscription, I'd personally suggest the library first. I do see
main Tucson PL has Ancestry (see card catalog). You might give them
(# available from links sent earlier) and make sure they have the
collection, if that is what you want.
Also, Carol's email seems to have been hyjacked as there was spam
(which I've deleted from the fowarded message). She might need to
----- Original Message -----
From: "Carol Sullivan" <mcsullivan(a)juno.com>
Sent: Wednesday, September 28, 2011 7:00 PM
Subject: Re: [SWEDEN] Research in Tucson
> If the main reason you are going to go to an FHC in Tucson is to use
> the Ancestry World subscription, then you might want to contact the
> different centers there and make sure they actually have it.
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