Monthly Archives: January 2012

Tuesday’s Tip – Read Chicago Calamities

Chicago is an amazing, strong, vibrant, energetic, constantly changing city. The city rebuilt after a Great Fire and is always evolving. Chicago Calamities Disaster in the Windy City by Gail Soucek, published by The History Press, discusses many of the calamities that have befallen our great city. The calamities are divided into five parts: Flames […]

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Follow Friday – Launching Kids Genealogy Lessons

I am working with a two companies, On the Beaton Path and Base Zero Productions, to build a brand new website which will hopefully launch by April 1. When the website launches I will have a way to easily collect email addresses for the new newsletter I will be launching by June. By April 1 […]

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Wisdom Wednesday – Document Your Photos

On Monday I spent the majority of the day researching in the Special Collections Department of the Daley Library at the University of Illinois – Chicago. I was looking through some of the Italian Americans in Chicago collection for a client. I requested a few boxes of materials that were not related to my client’s […]

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