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Genealogy: To Protect and to Save

Mexboro, England. April 21, 1903. “Tuesday morning. A very nice day. Handed out 112 tracts today. Had one gospel conversion. Have been very busy this afternoon. Writing now to my wife and children. Am feeling o.k. in the gospel.” —B.Y. … Continue reading

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Kingsport: I’ve Got Plans

I have been working on records of the Kingsport Planning Commission. The bulk of the files range from¬†1950-1982.¬† They were donated about 10 or more years ago. They looked like this: Everything you see that is light grey (record center … Continue reading

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Day 4: Conservation Lab

My week with the CHL conservators is quickly coming to a close and I am sad. I am so impressed by people who are natural mentors and truly enjoy it. Katie, Russ, and Chris are so great. Everyone that comes … Continue reading

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