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What did Paris look like in the 1940s? If you visited the apartment of a late Parisian socialite, you could find out. One apartment, paid for month after month, was left unoccupied and untouched for about 70 years.
Some people might take a vacation and leave their residence unmanned for a few weeks or even months, but one apartment in Paris was left isolated for about 70 years. The beautifully preserved space, which belonged to the granddaughter of the late Parisian socialite and actress Marthe de Florian, was paid for, month after month over the course of numerous decades, yet never returned to in all that time, leaving it not only unoccupied, but also com...
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How many living generations have you seen in a photo? Check out this portrait series by a U.K.-based photographer who features visual timelines of families with at least four living generations. @mymodernmet
Generations is a portrait series by UK-based photographer Julian Germain that features visual timelines of families with at least four living generations. With each person representing a single generation of their lineage, Germain manages to create a chronological look at these fruitful families. Each portrait has its own charm as the family members line up side-by-side, sharing a historical view of their current genealogy. Presented from left to...
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That is the Potter family and yes one of them is Harry.
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Like any asset, your visual assets need to be managed. They need to be carefully monitored; they need to be safely stored; they need to be well-organized. #preswk
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“Every now and then, find a friend. Take a walk. And share a story.” —Bruce Feiler
What is the best story someone ever told you? #preswk #TellAStoryDay
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What’s your favorite story from family history? Family stories can help you discover more about who you—and your parents—really are. #preswk 
Joel Obermayer has recently come to see his father in a new light -- and learned that one of his father's projects helped grow a web of people around the world.
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Officials planting trees at Utah’s capitol building in 1919. Do you have any plans to restore the environment today? #EarthDay
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Use the History list to jump right back to the people you were working on last time you visited FamilySearch, and other helpful hints!
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“Don’t just tell the wonderful moments of your family. Find a way to delve into the most difficult moments.” —Bruce Feiler #family #familystories
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“If you know memories about your ancestors, they will mean more to you,” said Dennis Meldrum, the partnership manager for FamilySearch Family History Books. “You’ll appreciate them more and you’ll love them more. They are more than just a name on the paper.” #preswk 
April 24-30 is Preservation Week, which highlights preserving historical items and collections. Specialists with the LDS Church History library and FamilySearch shared advice on how to repair and pres
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Do you have someone in your family you would like to interview? Here are some great steps and advice to begin recording oral histories! Getting started here is a great way to be a part of Preservation Week! ‪#‎preswk‬ http://oak.ctx.ly/r/4kvz7
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“We do not have to be perfect, but we need to be good and getting better.” —Kim B. Clark
Have you ever struggled with feeling imperfect?
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Starting a genealogy research blog doesn’t have to be complicated. Check out these five simple steps to starting your blog. @Crestleaf
Thinking about starting a genealogy research blog? These simple steps will have you publishing your first blog post on Blogger in no time!
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