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Breaking News Re. Philly2009 #usa

David Mink
 

We are very pleased to share the following good news with everyone.

1. All conference registrants staying at the Sheraton hotel will
receive complimentary internet access in their guest room. If you
have not yet made your hotel reservation, do so without delay to
take advantage of this great deal. Use the link at the conference
website (the Hotel Registration button) to do so.

2. Not only will the banquet include the announcement of the IAJGS
Achievement Awards, the wonderful entertainment by Yisrael Campbell,
but there will also be drawings for 3 prizes. Those prizes are 4
hours of research by the following individuals (and the country of
research): Jordan Auslander (U.S.); Michael Goldstein (Israel); and
Anthony Joseph (U.K). If you have not yet purchased your banquet(s),
be sure to do so before the deadline of July 19, 2009 (midnight U.S.
central time). Don't miss out on the fun way to end the hectic
conference week.

We thank Jordan, Michael, and Anthony for generously contributing
their professional time and expertise for these drawings.

We also encourage you to look at the list of breakfasts with experts,
SIG lunches, workshops and tours. Any one, or more of them, will
enhance your conference experience because they are certainly worth
attending. Make sure you purchase your ticket(s) for these events to
guarantee that you get a space.

One of the workshops is already full and we have added a repeat
performance (A second beginner/intermediate Family Tree Maker session
will be held on Thursday, August 6 >from 8:15 to 10:15 AM.)

The breakfast (Monday, August 3, 7 AM - 8 AM) with Miriam Weiner and
Olga Muzychuk, experts, is almost filled to capacity. Don't wait a
moment if you want to attend that breakfast.

The conference website is www.philly2009.org That is where you go to
register, update your registration and learn all about the great
things that will be going on there. Be sure to click on the various
buttons to find details.

See you in a month,

Anne Feder Lee and David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@philly2009.org


Early American SIG #USA Breaking News Re. Philly2009 #usa

David Mink
 

We are very pleased to share the following good news with everyone.

1. All conference registrants staying at the Sheraton hotel will
receive complimentary internet access in their guest room. If you
have not yet made your hotel reservation, do so without delay to
take advantage of this great deal. Use the link at the conference
website (the Hotel Registration button) to do so.

2. Not only will the banquet include the announcement of the IAJGS
Achievement Awards, the wonderful entertainment by Yisrael Campbell,
but there will also be drawings for 3 prizes. Those prizes are 4
hours of research by the following individuals (and the country of
research): Jordan Auslander (U.S.); Michael Goldstein (Israel); and
Anthony Joseph (U.K). If you have not yet purchased your banquet(s),
be sure to do so before the deadline of July 19, 2009 (midnight U.S.
central time). Don't miss out on the fun way to end the hectic
conference week.

We thank Jordan, Michael, and Anthony for generously contributing
their professional time and expertise for these drawings.

We also encourage you to look at the list of breakfasts with experts,
SIG lunches, workshops and tours. Any one, or more of them, will
enhance your conference experience because they are certainly worth
attending. Make sure you purchase your ticket(s) for these events to
guarantee that you get a space.

One of the workshops is already full and we have added a repeat
performance (A second beginner/intermediate Family Tree Maker session
will be held on Thursday, August 6 >from 8:15 to 10:15 AM.)

The breakfast (Monday, August 3, 7 AM - 8 AM) with Miriam Weiner and
Olga Muzychuk, experts, is almost filled to capacity. Don't wait a
moment if you want to attend that breakfast.

The conference website is www.philly2009.org That is where you go to
register, update your registration and learn all about the great
things that will be going on there. Be sure to click on the various
buttons to find details.

See you in a month,

Anne Feder Lee and David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@philly2009.org


DAR/SAR Folks #usa

Nancy Reicher
 

I have been researching the Family of David HAYs who was born in 1732 in
New Rochelle N.Y.. He was married on May 23 1764 to Esther ETTING born
in Baltimore MD .

I would be very interested in meeting DAR / SAR members who are attending
the Conference in Philly. I will have a copy of her papers with me.
Maybe we can find some relationships.

Nancy L. Reicher Kansas City MO nlreicher@hotmail.com


Early American SIG #USA DAR/SAR Folks #usa

Nancy Reicher
 

I have been researching the Family of David HAYs who was born in 1732 in
New Rochelle N.Y.. He was married on May 23 1764 to Esther ETTING born
in Baltimore MD .

I would be very interested in meeting DAR / SAR members who are attending
the Conference in Philly. I will have a copy of her papers with me.
Maybe we can find some relationships.

Nancy L. Reicher Kansas City MO nlreicher@hotmail.com


Re: Disappearance of Fulton History website with NY newspapers #usa

Victoria Barkoff
 

I am about to answer my own question.

After asking if anyone knew why the Fultonhistory website with its
excellent database of NY newspapers had vanished >from the Net, I
managed to track down the email of the web-master, Tom Tryniski. He
replied quickly with good news: he is in the process of adding
1,000,000 more old newspapers to the site and had to shut the server
down temporarily. The site should be up and running again soon:
http://fultonhistory.com/Fulton.html

Victoria Barkoff Montreal, Canada victoria.barkoff@gmail.com


Early American SIG #USA RE: Disappearance of Fulton History website with NY newspapers #usa

Victoria Barkoff
 

I am about to answer my own question.

After asking if anyone knew why the Fultonhistory website with its
excellent database of NY newspapers had vanished >from the Net, I
managed to track down the email of the web-master, Tom Tryniski. He
replied quickly with good news: he is in the process of adding
1,000,000 more old newspapers to the site and had to shut the server
down temporarily. The site should be up and running again soon:
http://fultonhistory.com/Fulton.html

Victoria Barkoff Montreal, Canada victoria.barkoff@gmail.com


Disappearance of Fulton History website with NY newspapers #usa

Victoria Barkoff
 

In the June 21, 2009 issue of the Avotaynu E-zine "Nu? What's New?" ,
Gary Mokotoff noted the extensive indexed database of NY state
newspapers on the FultonHistory website [
http://fultonhistory.com/Fulton.html ]. I found some extremely useful
articles on the site, even breaking through an old brick wall. But
when I tried to access the site today, the link, and variations of it,
yield only this message:

"Bad Request (Invalid Hostname)"

Even the cached history of the site has practically vanished >from the Internet.

Does anyone know what has happened to this site?

Victoria Barkoff Montreal, Canada victoria.barkoff@gmail.com


Early American SIG #USA Disappearance of Fulton History website with NY newspapers #usa

Victoria Barkoff
 

In the June 21, 2009 issue of the Avotaynu E-zine "Nu? What's New?" ,
Gary Mokotoff noted the extensive indexed database of NY state
newspapers on the FultonHistory website [
http://fultonhistory.com/Fulton.html ]. I found some extremely useful
articles on the site, even breaking through an old brick wall. But
when I tried to access the site today, the link, and variations of it,
yield only this message:

"Bad Request (Invalid Hostname)"

Even the cached history of the site has practically vanished >from the Internet.

Does anyone know what has happened to this site?

Victoria Barkoff Montreal, Canada victoria.barkoff@gmail.com


Seek relatives or Berlin neighbors of Auschwitz victim Salo ROSENTHAL #germany

Sara <sararu70@...>
 

A cousin ,Salo ROSENTHAL, lived in Berlin SW 19 at Linden Strasse 57.

I am looking for anyone who might have lived at the same address or was
related to Salo. He also had relatives in Austria and Poland. He may have
lived in Ratibor for a time.

Salo was sent to Therisen and then to Auschwitz and perished there in 1944.

Thank you

Sara Rubin New Kensington, Pennsylvania sararu70@verizon.net


German SIG #Germany Seek relatives or Berlin neighbors of Auschwitz victim Salo ROSENTHAL #germany

Sara <sararu70@...>
 

A cousin ,Salo ROSENTHAL, lived in Berlin SW 19 at Linden Strasse 57.

I am looking for anyone who might have lived at the same address or was
related to Salo. He also had relatives in Austria and Poland. He may have
lived in Ratibor for a time.

Salo was sent to Therisen and then to Auschwitz and perished there in 1944.

Thank you

Sara Rubin New Kensington, Pennsylvania sararu70@verizon.net


Breaking News Re. Philly2009 #galicia

David Mink
 

We are very pleased to share the following good news with everyone.

1. All conference registrants staying at the Sheraton hotel will
receive complimentary internet access in their guest room. If you
have not yet made your hotel reservation, do so without delay to
take advantage of this great deal. Use the link at the conference
website (the Hotel Registration button) to do so.

2. Not only will the banquet include the announcement of the IAJGS
Achievement Awards, the wonderful entertainment by Yisrael Campbell,
but there will also be drawings for 3 prizes. Those prizes are 4
hours of research by the following individuals (and the country of
research): Jordan Auslander (U.S.); Michael Goldstein (Israel); and
Anthony Joseph (U.K). If you have not yet purchased your banquet(s),
be sure to do so before the deadline of July 19, 2009 (midnight U.S.
central time). Don't miss out on the fun way to end the hectic
conference week.

We thank Jordan, Michael, and Anthony for generously contributing
their professional time and expertise for these drawings.

We also encourage you to look at the list of breakfasts with experts,
SIG lunches, workshops and tours. Any one, or more of them, will
enhance your conference experience because they are certainly worth
attending. Make sure you purchase your ticket(s) for these events to
guarantee that you get a space.

One of the workshops is already full and we have added a repeat
performance (A second beginner/intermediate Family Tree Maker session
will be held on Thursday, August 6 >from 8:15 to 10:15 AM.)

The breakfast (Monday, August 3, 7 AM - 8 AM) with Miriam Weiner and
Olga Muzychuk, experts, is almost filled to capacity. Don't wait a
moment if you want to attend that breakfast.

The conference website is www.philly2009.org That is where you go to
register, update your registration and learn all about the great
things that will be going on there. Be sure to click on the various
buttons to find details.

See you in a month,

Anne Feder Lee and David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@philly2009.org


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Breaking News Re. Philly2009 #galicia

David Mink
 

We are very pleased to share the following good news with everyone.

1. All conference registrants staying at the Sheraton hotel will
receive complimentary internet access in their guest room. If you
have not yet made your hotel reservation, do so without delay to
take advantage of this great deal. Use the link at the conference
website (the Hotel Registration button) to do so.

2. Not only will the banquet include the announcement of the IAJGS
Achievement Awards, the wonderful entertainment by Yisrael Campbell,
but there will also be drawings for 3 prizes. Those prizes are 4
hours of research by the following individuals (and the country of
research): Jordan Auslander (U.S.); Michael Goldstein (Israel); and
Anthony Joseph (U.K). If you have not yet purchased your banquet(s),
be sure to do so before the deadline of July 19, 2009 (midnight U.S.
central time). Don't miss out on the fun way to end the hectic
conference week.

We thank Jordan, Michael, and Anthony for generously contributing
their professional time and expertise for these drawings.

We also encourage you to look at the list of breakfasts with experts,
SIG lunches, workshops and tours. Any one, or more of them, will
enhance your conference experience because they are certainly worth
attending. Make sure you purchase your ticket(s) for these events to
guarantee that you get a space.

One of the workshops is already full and we have added a repeat
performance (A second beginner/intermediate Family Tree Maker session
will be held on Thursday, August 6 >from 8:15 to 10:15 AM.)

The breakfast (Monday, August 3, 7 AM - 8 AM) with Miriam Weiner and
Olga Muzychuk, experts, is almost filled to capacity. Don't wait a
moment if you want to attend that breakfast.

The conference website is www.philly2009.org That is where you go to
register, update your registration and learn all about the great
things that will be going on there. Be sure to click on the various
buttons to find details.

See you in a month,

Anne Feder Lee and David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@philly2009.org


Breaking News Re. Philly2009 #germany

David Mink
 

We are very pleased to share the following good news with everyone.

1. All conference registrants staying at the Sheraton hotel will
receive complimentary internet access in their guest room. If you
have not yet made your hotel reservation, do so without delay to
take advantage of this great deal. Use the link at the conference
website (the Hotel Registration button) to do so.

2. Not only will the banquet include the announcement of the IAJGS
Achievement Awards, the wonderful entertainment by Yisrael Campbell,
but there will also be drawings for 3 prizes. Those prizes are 4
hours of research by the following individuals (and the country of
research): Jordan Auslander (U.S.); Michael Goldstein (Israel); and
Anthony Joseph (U.K). If you have not yet purchased your banquet(s),
be sure to do so before the deadline of July 19, 2009 (midnight U.S.
central time). Don't miss out on the fun way to end the hectic
conference week.

We thank Jordan, Michael, and Anthony for generously contributing
their professional time and expertise for these drawings.

We also encourage you to look at the list of breakfasts with experts,
SIG lunches, workshops and tours. Any one, or more of them, will
enhance your conference experience because they are certainly worth
attending. Make sure you purchase your ticket(s) for these events to
guarantee that you get a space.

One of the workshops is already full and we have added a repeat
performance (A second beginner/intermediate Family Tree Maker session
will be held on Thursday, August 6 >from 8:15 to 10:15 AM.)

The breakfast (Monday, August 3, 7 AM - 8 AM) with Miriam Weiner and
Olga Muzychuk, experts, is almost filled to capacity. Don't wait a
moment if you want to attend that breakfast.

The conference website is www.philly2009.org That is where you go to
register, update your registration and learn all about the great
things that will be going on there. Be sure to click on the various
buttons to find details.

See you in a month,

Anne Feder Lee and David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@philly2009.org


German SIG #Germany Breaking News Re. Philly2009 #germany

David Mink
 

We are very pleased to share the following good news with everyone.

1. All conference registrants staying at the Sheraton hotel will
receive complimentary internet access in their guest room. If you
have not yet made your hotel reservation, do so without delay to
take advantage of this great deal. Use the link at the conference
website (the Hotel Registration button) to do so.

2. Not only will the banquet include the announcement of the IAJGS
Achievement Awards, the wonderful entertainment by Yisrael Campbell,
but there will also be drawings for 3 prizes. Those prizes are 4
hours of research by the following individuals (and the country of
research): Jordan Auslander (U.S.); Michael Goldstein (Israel); and
Anthony Joseph (U.K). If you have not yet purchased your banquet(s),
be sure to do so before the deadline of July 19, 2009 (midnight U.S.
central time). Don't miss out on the fun way to end the hectic
conference week.

We thank Jordan, Michael, and Anthony for generously contributing
their professional time and expertise for these drawings.

We also encourage you to look at the list of breakfasts with experts,
SIG lunches, workshops and tours. Any one, or more of them, will
enhance your conference experience because they are certainly worth
attending. Make sure you purchase your ticket(s) for these events to
guarantee that you get a space.

One of the workshops is already full and we have added a repeat
performance (A second beginner/intermediate Family Tree Maker session
will be held on Thursday, August 6 >from 8:15 to 10:15 AM.)

The breakfast (Monday, August 3, 7 AM - 8 AM) with Miriam Weiner and
Olga Muzychuk, experts, is almost filled to capacity. Don't wait a
moment if you want to attend that breakfast.

The conference website is www.philly2009.org That is where you go to
register, update your registration and learn all about the great
things that will be going on there. Be sure to click on the various
buttons to find details.

See you in a month,

Anne Feder Lee and David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@philly2009.org


Need information on Weissensee Cemetery #germany

pauloabrahamsohn@...
 

Greetings to all
I will be in Berlin next September and intend to visit the grave of my
grandfather in the Weissensee Cemetery.

Although I have the number of the grave, I would like to know:

a) is there an office at the Cemetery to help visitors?
b) if the office exists, does it keep data on the buried, such as
a copy of the death certificate or birth register?
c) if not, where in Berlin can one have access to these documents?

A few weeks ago a message was posted at the GerSig containing an address
where one could get information on Weissensee. Unfortunately I opened this
message in another computer and cannot find it again. Could somebody help
me also with this?

I volunteer to take pictures of graves if somebody wishes and knows their
location. Thanks in advance

Paulo Abrahamsohn - Sao Paulo - Brazil pauloabrahamsohn@gmail.com

MODERATOR NOTE: All messages posted to this list are archived and can be
searched using the SIG Archive Search engine.

http://data.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.dll?jg~jgsys~sigspop

In this case, you would search for " Weissensee then Cemetery "

That search produced 73 results for me just now. MOD 1


German SIG #Germany Need information on Weissensee Cemetery #germany

pauloabrahamsohn@...
 

Greetings to all
I will be in Berlin next September and intend to visit the grave of my
grandfather in the Weissensee Cemetery.

Although I have the number of the grave, I would like to know:

a) is there an office at the Cemetery to help visitors?
b) if the office exists, does it keep data on the buried, such as
a copy of the death certificate or birth register?
c) if not, where in Berlin can one have access to these documents?

A few weeks ago a message was posted at the GerSig containing an address
where one could get information on Weissensee. Unfortunately I opened this
message in another computer and cannot find it again. Could somebody help
me also with this?

I volunteer to take pictures of graves if somebody wishes and knows their
location. Thanks in advance

Paulo Abrahamsohn - Sao Paulo - Brazil pauloabrahamsohn@gmail.com

MODERATOR NOTE: All messages posted to this list are archived and can be
searched using the SIG Archive Search engine.

http://data.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.dll?jg~jgsys~sigspop

In this case, you would search for " Weissensee then Cemetery "

That search produced 73 results for me just now. MOD 1


Gesher Galicia's Market Square #galicia

Pamela Weisberger <pweisberger@...>
 

Calling all conference-going Galitzianers:

If you are planning to attend the IAJGS conference for the entire
week... or just coming for our Galician focused day, be sure to
attend our "Market Square," where you can learn more about
research techniques, cadastral maps, gazetteers, vital records,
how to research in Polish and Ukrainian archives, and enjoy
talking to experts in a friendly, informal setting:

"Gesher Galicia Market Square:
Birds-of-a-Feather & Ask-the-Experts"
Monday, August 3, >from 5:00PM - 6:15PM

This session will be a replication of a shtetl town square where
you can sample Gesher Galicia's wares. In our fair-like
atmosphere you can browse >from cart to cart (metaphorically
speaking) to learn more about your town or village and get
assistance with your research questions. Gesher Galicia's town
leaders and regional experts will facilitate the exchange of
names and places, so you can network and make connections with
others. We'll also have pushcarts (okay -- "stations") at which
you can explore cadastral maps, gazetteers, landowner records,
business and residential directories, school records, and tabula
registers and learn about house numbers projects, new GG indexing
projects, DNA research, Viennese resources, Bad Arolsen/ITS
records and how to decipher the information in your own vital
records. A variety of experts will be on hand to answer your
research questions and offer suggestions on overcoming brick
walls. Michael Karpin will also be there signing copies of
"Tightrope: Six Centuries of a Jewish Dynasty."

Experts on hand to assist you:

* Suzan F. Wynne - Founder of Gesher Galicia, author of "The
Galitzianers: Jews of Galicia, 1772-1918" and expert on Kahal
records in Galicia

* Shelley Pollero - Past Coordinator, Gesher Galicia -
General research guidance

* Peter Zavon - Editor of The Gesher Galicia Family Finder -
How to find people in the "Family Finder," plus maps of Galicia

* John Diener - Shtetl Travel

* Renee Steinig - Gesher Galicia Discussion Group Moderator -
Creative research techniques

* Pamela Weisberger - Gesher Galicia President & Research
Coordinator - Cadastral Maps and Landowner Records, (ITS)
Holocaust Records, Polish Magnate family album, shtetl travel

* Gayle Schlissel Riley - Holocaust records, Tarnobrzeg Death
Registry & commercial lease documents - Polish Magnate Landowner
records

* Susana Leistner Bloch - Suchostaw Region (SRRG) and Kolbuszowa
Region (KRRG) Research Group Coordinator, JewishGen ShtetlLinks
Coordinator - Interested in starting a new ShtetlLinks
site? See Susana!

* Roma Baran - Methodology & research techniques and travel in
Poland

* Karen Roekard - Expert on Tabula Registers and Lviv Archives
research

* Matthew Bielawa - gazetteers, maps and general information on
cadastral maps and associated texts, plus information on
researching on-site in the Lviv Historical Archives

* Michael Karpin - Israeli researcher and author of "Tightrope:
Six Centuries of a Jewish Dynasty"

Bring copies of your records, photographs, and other genealogical
materials to share and inquire about.

Also remember to sign up for the Gesher Galicia SIG luncheon that
same day at 12:30PM. Delicious food, entertaining speaker, and
networking with friends old and new. Go to the conference website
for details: http://www.philly2009.org

Pamela Weisberger
President, Gesher Galicia
pweisberger@hotmail.com


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Gesher Galicia's Market Square #galicia

Pamela Weisberger <pweisberger@...>
 

Calling all conference-going Galitzianers:

If you are planning to attend the IAJGS conference for the entire
week... or just coming for our Galician focused day, be sure to
attend our "Market Square," where you can learn more about
research techniques, cadastral maps, gazetteers, vital records,
how to research in Polish and Ukrainian archives, and enjoy
talking to experts in a friendly, informal setting:

"Gesher Galicia Market Square:
Birds-of-a-Feather & Ask-the-Experts"
Monday, August 3, >from 5:00PM - 6:15PM

This session will be a replication of a shtetl town square where
you can sample Gesher Galicia's wares. In our fair-like
atmosphere you can browse >from cart to cart (metaphorically
speaking) to learn more about your town or village and get
assistance with your research questions. Gesher Galicia's town
leaders and regional experts will facilitate the exchange of
names and places, so you can network and make connections with
others. We'll also have pushcarts (okay -- "stations") at which
you can explore cadastral maps, gazetteers, landowner records,
business and residential directories, school records, and tabula
registers and learn about house numbers projects, new GG indexing
projects, DNA research, Viennese resources, Bad Arolsen/ITS
records and how to decipher the information in your own vital
records. A variety of experts will be on hand to answer your
research questions and offer suggestions on overcoming brick
walls. Michael Karpin will also be there signing copies of
"Tightrope: Six Centuries of a Jewish Dynasty."

Experts on hand to assist you:

* Suzan F. Wynne - Founder of Gesher Galicia, author of "The
Galitzianers: Jews of Galicia, 1772-1918" and expert on Kahal
records in Galicia

* Shelley Pollero - Past Coordinator, Gesher Galicia -
General research guidance

* Peter Zavon - Editor of The Gesher Galicia Family Finder -
How to find people in the "Family Finder," plus maps of Galicia

* John Diener - Shtetl Travel

* Renee Steinig - Gesher Galicia Discussion Group Moderator -
Creative research techniques

* Pamela Weisberger - Gesher Galicia President & Research
Coordinator - Cadastral Maps and Landowner Records, (ITS)
Holocaust Records, Polish Magnate family album, shtetl travel

* Gayle Schlissel Riley - Holocaust records, Tarnobrzeg Death
Registry & commercial lease documents - Polish Magnate Landowner
records

* Susana Leistner Bloch - Suchostaw Region (SRRG) and Kolbuszowa
Region (KRRG) Research Group Coordinator, JewishGen ShtetlLinks
Coordinator - Interested in starting a new ShtetlLinks
site? See Susana!

* Roma Baran - Methodology & research techniques and travel in
Poland

* Karen Roekard - Expert on Tabula Registers and Lviv Archives
research

* Matthew Bielawa - gazetteers, maps and general information on
cadastral maps and associated texts, plus information on
researching on-site in the Lviv Historical Archives

* Michael Karpin - Israeli researcher and author of "Tightrope:
Six Centuries of a Jewish Dynasty"

Bring copies of your records, photographs, and other genealogical
materials to share and inquire about.

Also remember to sign up for the Gesher Galicia SIG luncheon that
same day at 12:30PM. Delicious food, entertaining speaker, and
networking with friends old and new. Go to the conference website
for details: http://www.philly2009.org

Pamela Weisberger
President, Gesher Galicia
pweisberger@hotmail.com


Re: Romanian Archive Speaker? #romania

rdleeson@...
 

Dr. Dorin Dobrincu, Director-General of the Romanian National Archives
will be speaking on Tuesday, Aug. 4, at 2 pm, immediately following the
ROM-SIG Luncheon, which will be at 12:30.

The annual ROM-SIG meeting will follow Dr. Dobrincu's talk, at 3:30 pm.

We hope to see many of you at these events!

Rosanne Leeson
Co-Coordinator
ROM-SIG

Beth Long wrote:

I know that someone >from the Romanian Archives will be speaking at the
conference, but was unable to locate the presentation at the conference
website. Can someone fill me in?

Thanks,

Beth Long
Budapest


Romania SIG #Romania Re: Romanian Archive Speaker? #romania

rdleeson@...
 

Dr. Dorin Dobrincu, Director-General of the Romanian National Archives
will be speaking on Tuesday, Aug. 4, at 2 pm, immediately following the
ROM-SIG Luncheon, which will be at 12:30.

The annual ROM-SIG meeting will follow Dr. Dobrincu's talk, at 3:30 pm.

We hope to see many of you at these events!

Rosanne Leeson
Co-Coordinator
ROM-SIG

Beth Long wrote:

I know that someone >from the Romanian Archives will be speaking at the
conference, but was unable to locate the presentation at the conference
website. Can someone fill me in?

Thanks,

Beth Long
Budapest