Women’s History in the Archives: Using 1950’s Census Records to Learn Family History
Are you interested in learning more about genealogy? Join archivist Lori Wallach for a fun investigation of how to get started on your family history research, methods of keeping your information organized, and the best ways to access the many online and physical resources available to genealogists. We will pay special attention to the use of U.S. Census records and how the upcoming release of the 1950 Census can aid your research. Come with questions and puzzles from your own experiences! This event is co-sponsored by the Queens College Library and Queens College Office of Alumni Relations. Register here.
Photo: Adeline Campanella (l.) and her sister Antoinette DiBella tending their vegetable garden in Franklin Square, NY, 1942.