Posts Tagged With: illinois state archives

Tuesday’s Tip – Do It Old School

There are many valuable genealogical records available online but as we all know, not everything is online. It is important to get out from behind the computer and visit the many wonderful archives and libraries we have available to us as researchers. I was working on research for a new client, looking particularly at the […]

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Sorting Saturday – Getting ready for FGS2011

FGS2011 is just over a week away! I am so excited I can hardly contain it! I started packing a few things I would need yesterday. I pulled out my business cards, printed a bunch of labels for raffle tickets. Grabbed a new notebook for notes. Started filling a cooler with water and snacks to […]

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Mappy Monday – IRAD

Have you heard of IRAD? The Illinois Regional Archive Depository? IRAD collects local government records. There are seven repositories in the state divided by region. I have used IRAD many times in the past to request records, especially when I do not want to drive to a distant IRAD to view a couple of records. […]

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