New Tucson Genealogy Club, Upcoming Speakers, etc.

Apologies for today’s earlier post, lacking any context, about wartime photos of London. I was experimenting with a new way of posting to our blog, and it went off accidentally. As Eastman mentions, the color photos are quite striking. In other news:

The Arizona State Genealogical Society unfortunately closed its doors at the end of June. But Barbara Salyer and other brave souls are soldiering on, trying to set up a new club. See the Pima County Genealogy Club for further information.

Our list of speakers for the coming year is now available on our Calendar Page. Thanks to Evelyn Thomson, our longtime Programs Chair, and her crew, for having arranged them. The other members this past year were Brenda Ericsson, Lynne Brooke, and Norma Schellberg. Karen Haider will be chairing Programs for the coming year, and I’ll let her tell you about her team later.

A new page on our web site is a Contact Form for submitting comments & suggestions.

If you have any bookmarks to our old web site at RootsWeb, you should delete them. Sue Huffer and I agreed it didn’t make sense to keep maintaining the old one, so we took it down. The new one is in the process of being listed at RootsWeb and also at Cyndi’s List.

Finally, there’s a web site you might want to know about called Genealogy Blog Finder. Our site is listed there (search for “vistoso”). It catalogs a wide variety of genealogy blogs, including some for specific surnames and others for specific areas. You might find something to help with your current research.

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