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Polish records translation help needed (from Kozienice) #poland

arie dzick
 

Dear all,
I've posted vital record of my Szames familly >from Kozienice. All
information are of interest and therefore the more detailed the
translations, the better. Anyway thanks for doing what you can.
nb: Records are in Polish. It is on ViewMate at the following address

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM33187
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM33186
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM33185
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM33184
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM33183


Thank you very much for your time
Arie Dzick

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately or on the Viewmate form.


JRI Poland #Poland Polish records translation help needed (from Kozienice) #poland

arie dzick
 

Dear all,
I've posted vital record of my Szames familly >from Kozienice. All
information are of interest and therefore the more detailed the
translations, the better. Anyway thanks for doing what you can.
nb: Records are in Polish. It is on ViewMate at the following address

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM33187
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM33186
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM33185
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM33184
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM33183


Thank you very much for your time
Arie Dzick

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately or on the Viewmate form.


ViewMate Photo identification #poland

Patota Meister <patotameister@...>
 

Hi!

I've posted a photo looking for an identification of the military or
police attire that was wearing the man in the picture.
It is on ViewMate at the following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM33192

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.

Miguel Freixa


JRI Poland #Poland Fwd: ViewMate Photo identification #poland

Patota Meister <patotameister@...>
 

Hi!

I've posted a photo looking for an identification of the military or
police attire that was wearing the man in the picture.
It is on ViewMate at the following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM33192

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.

Miguel Freixa


ViewMate Translation Request: Polish and Russian #poland

Jeff Jacobs
 

I posted four documents yesterday on ViewMate and asked for translation from
Polish. It was astutely pointed out to me that three of the documents are in
Russian. They are here:

http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/responselist.asp?key=33116
http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=33118
http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=33119

The Polish document is here:

http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=33117

Please use the ViewMate form. Thanks to anyone who can help.

Jeff Jacobs
Columbia, SC USA


JRI Poland #Poland ViewMate Translation Request: Polish and Russian #poland

Jeff Jacobs
 

I posted four documents yesterday on ViewMate and asked for translation from
Polish. It was astutely pointed out to me that three of the documents are in
Russian. They are here:

http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/responselist.asp?key=33116
http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=33118
http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=33119

The Polish document is here:

http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=33117

Please use the ViewMate form. Thanks to anyone who can help.

Jeff Jacobs
Columbia, SC USA


Request for Your Assistance on Learning About Archive Access Problems For Holocaust and Holocaust Era Records #lithuania

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Dear Jewish Genealogist:

I will be talking in Europe in June on access to Holocaust and Holocaust
era records. I am asking you for your assistance on problems you may have
incurred when trying to access these Holocaust records. Not all records
are birth, marriage, death or census records. These records could be
institutional records, passport, transit visas, concentration camp
records, property records, art works and other similar documents. With
respect to access to archives, either in person or by written
communication, had you encountered problems or obstacles with respect
to the availability of the records? I do not mean if the records are
not on the Internet and therefore, they are not accessible >from the
comfort of our homes.

The scope of this covers not only vital records >from 1860-1948, the
time frame people in the Holocaust may have been alive to just after the
Holocaust, and includes displaced persons camp records. We need to know
who was there in order to know who is no longer there- which is why I am
also asking about records that would tell us who was alive at the time --
i.e. starting in the 1860s--the outside date of someone still alive in
1939-1945. If you know the person died before the Holocaust please do
not reply that you can't get their records -- this if for people alive
at the beginning of the Holocaust. I am looking for information on access
problems-whether a government agency or private archive ignored your
request, refused access to the records, the records were not
researchable when at the archives, the cost of obtaining the records
was prohibitive, in other words obstacles you may have encountered
from a government archive or private archive for archival documents
that cover the Holocaust or Holocaust era type governments.

I would appreciate if you would get back to me back with the following:
name of country, archive and the type of access problem you incurred.
We recognize that some countries have specific time embargoes before
records may be accessible--and that is an access impediment that can be
submitted. I would appreciate your objective comments and not
"complaints" as we need to know where and what the problems are before
we can try to get changes.

On the other hand, if you had a positive experience I would also like to
hear about that as positive examples to show others is helpful.

I would appreciate hearing >from you before April 30.

Thank you in advance for your assistance.

Jan


Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Request for Your Assistance on Learning About Archive Access Problems For Holocaust and Holocaust Era Records #lithuania

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Dear Jewish Genealogist:

I will be talking in Europe in June on access to Holocaust and Holocaust
era records. I am asking you for your assistance on problems you may have
incurred when trying to access these Holocaust records. Not all records
are birth, marriage, death or census records. These records could be
institutional records, passport, transit visas, concentration camp
records, property records, art works and other similar documents. With
respect to access to archives, either in person or by written
communication, had you encountered problems or obstacles with respect
to the availability of the records? I do not mean if the records are
not on the Internet and therefore, they are not accessible >from the
comfort of our homes.

The scope of this covers not only vital records >from 1860-1948, the
time frame people in the Holocaust may have been alive to just after the
Holocaust, and includes displaced persons camp records. We need to know
who was there in order to know who is no longer there- which is why I am
also asking about records that would tell us who was alive at the time --
i.e. starting in the 1860s--the outside date of someone still alive in
1939-1945. If you know the person died before the Holocaust please do
not reply that you can't get their records -- this if for people alive
at the beginning of the Holocaust. I am looking for information on access
problems-whether a government agency or private archive ignored your
request, refused access to the records, the records were not
researchable when at the archives, the cost of obtaining the records
was prohibitive, in other words obstacles you may have encountered
from a government archive or private archive for archival documents
that cover the Holocaust or Holocaust era type governments.

I would appreciate if you would get back to me back with the following:
name of country, archive and the type of access problem you incurred.
We recognize that some countries have specific time embargoes before
records may be accessible--and that is an access impediment that can be
submitted. I would appreciate your objective comments and not
"complaints" as we need to know where and what the problems are before
we can try to get changes.

On the other hand, if you had a positive experience I would also like to
hear about that as positive examples to show others is helpful.

I would appreciate hearing >from you before April 30.

Thank you in advance for your assistance.

Jan


Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


A Gordon from Zagare to South Africa #lithuania

Cliff Marks <c.v.marks@...>
 

Hello:

I am trying to find out any information about my grandfather's brother
who emigrated >from Zagare (Zhagar), Lithuania to South Africa around
1900. One of the problems is that I am not 100% sure what his actual
name was; we think it was Lazar (Eliezer?) Gordon. So finding an
actual listing of Gordon family members in Zagare >from around 1900
would be extremely helpful. However, I have had no luck finding any
such information through the All Lithuania Database and have only
found the 1935 death certificate of my grandfather's mother,
which I already had. There may be some distant ancestors on the 1854
revision list, but nothing >from around the turn of the century. I
heard there was a census that covered Zagare in 1897 but I can't find
anything about it on the JewishGen (or LitvakSIG) databases. Does
anybody know about that census and how to access it? Or any other
possible source of information?

On the South Africa end I have tried the South African Jewish
Rootsbank but found no match. But I would be interested if there are
any Lazar Gordon descendants in South Africa. As I said, I am not
100% sure of my great uncle]s name. But his brother (my grandfather)
was Isadore (originally Isaac) Gordon who ended up in Los Angeles; his
other brother was Harry who ended up in Ohio; there was a sister named
Rose who ended up in Chicago. Their mother was Feige (who died in
Lithuania in 1935) and their father was (probably) Israel Zelig Gordon.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Cliff Marks,
Vashon Island, WA

MODERATOR'S NOTE: If you have suggestions for research methods or
resources, please feel free to share them with the list. Please
respond privately with family information.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania A Gordon from Zagare to South Africa #lithuania

Cliff Marks <c.v.marks@...>
 

Hello:

I am trying to find out any information about my grandfather's brother
who emigrated >from Zagare (Zhagar), Lithuania to South Africa around
1900. One of the problems is that I am not 100% sure what his actual
name was; we think it was Lazar (Eliezer?) Gordon. So finding an
actual listing of Gordon family members in Zagare >from around 1900
would be extremely helpful. However, I have had no luck finding any
such information through the All Lithuania Database and have only
found the 1935 death certificate of my grandfather's mother,
which I already had. There may be some distant ancestors on the 1854
revision list, but nothing >from around the turn of the century. I
heard there was a census that covered Zagare in 1897 but I can't find
anything about it on the JewishGen (or LitvakSIG) databases. Does
anybody know about that census and how to access it? Or any other
possible source of information?

On the South Africa end I have tried the South African Jewish
Rootsbank but found no match. But I would be interested if there are
any Lazar Gordon descendants in South Africa. As I said, I am not
100% sure of my great uncle]s name. But his brother (my grandfather)
was Isadore (originally Isaac) Gordon who ended up in Los Angeles; his
other brother was Harry who ended up in Ohio; there was a sister named
Rose who ended up in Chicago. Their mother was Feige (who died in
Lithuania in 1935) and their father was (probably) Israel Zelig Gordon.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Cliff Marks,
Vashon Island, WA

MODERATOR'S NOTE: If you have suggestions for research methods or
resources, please feel free to share them with the list. Please
respond privately with family information.


Jewish Affairs S.Africa Lithuanian Issue #lithuania

Saul Issroff
 

A communication >from David Saks, the editor of Jewish Affairs in
South Africa, presents the latest (Pesach, 2014) issue of Jewish
Affairs. You can access it (as well as previous issues over the past
five years) online at
http://www.jewishsa.co.za/media/jewish-affairs/jewish-affairs-pesach-2014-edition-2/
The printed version will be sent out shortly.

This Pesach 2014 issue of Jewish Affairs is divided into two broad
themes. The first looks at the legacy of Jewish Lithuania, providing
perspectives by those who were born and grew up there, those
descendants of Jewish Lithuanians who have returned to visit and from
a renowned rabbi and historian on Lithuanian Jewry's enduring
spiritual-intellectual heritage.

Saul Issroff


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Jewish Affairs S.Africa Lithuanian Issue #lithuania

Saul Issroff
 

A communication >from David Saks, the editor of Jewish Affairs in
South Africa, presents the latest (Pesach, 2014) issue of Jewish
Affairs. You can access it (as well as previous issues over the past
five years) online at
http://www.jewishsa.co.za/media/jewish-affairs/jewish-affairs-pesach-2014-edition-2/
The printed version will be sent out shortly.

This Pesach 2014 issue of Jewish Affairs is divided into two broad
themes. The first looks at the legacy of Jewish Lithuania, providing
perspectives by those who were born and grew up there, those
descendants of Jewish Lithuanians who have returned to visit and from
a renowned rabbi and historian on Lithuanian Jewry's enduring
spiritual-intellectual heritage.

Saul Issroff


Holiday Greetings #lithuania

Eden Joachim <esjoachim@...>
 

The LitvakSIG Board of Directors and I send you our best wishes for a very
sweet, happy and peaceful Passover season.

Eden Joachim
President


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Holiday Greetings #lithuania

Eden Joachim <esjoachim@...>
 

The LitvakSIG Board of Directors and I send you our best wishes for a very
sweet, happy and peaceful Passover season.

Eden Joachim
President


Request for Your Assistance on Learning About Archive Access Problems For Holocaust and Holocaust Era Records #sephardic

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Dear Jewish Genealogist:

I will be talking in Europe in June on access to Holocaust and Holocaust era
records. I am asking you for your assistance on problems you may have
incurred when trying to access these Holocaust records. Not all records are
birth, marriage, death or census records. These records could be
institutional records, passport, transit visas, concentration camp records,
property records, art works and other similar documents. With respect to
access to archives, either in person or by written communication, had you
encountered problems or obstacles with respect to the availability of the
records. I do not mean if the records are not on the Internet and
therefore, they are not accessible >from the comfort on our homes.

The scope of this covers not only vital records >from 1860-1948-the time
frame people in the holocaust may have been alive to just after the
Holocaust and includes displaced persons camp records. We need to know who
was there in order to know who is no longer there- which is why I am also
asking about records that would tell us who was alive at the time-i.e.
starting in the 1860's--the outside date of someone still alive in
1939-1945. If you know the person died before the Holocaust please do not
reply that you can't get their records-this if for people alive at the
beginning of the Holocaust. I am looking for information on access
problems-whether a government agency or private archive ignored your
request, refused access to the records, the records were not researchable
when at the archives, the cost of obtaining the records was prohibitive, in
other words obstacles you may have encountered >from a government archive or
private archive for archival documents that cover the Holocaust or Holocaust
era type governments.

I would appreciate if you would get back to me back with the following: name
of country, archive and the type of access problem you incurred. We
recognize that some countries have specific time embargoes before records
may be accessible--and that is an access impediment that can be submitted. I
would appreciate your objective comments and not "complaints" as we need to
know where and what the problems are before we can try to get changes.

On the other hand, if you had a positive experience I would also like to
hear about that as positive examples to show others is helpful.

I would appreciate hearing >from you before April 30.

Thank you in advance for your assistance.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


Sephardic SIG #Sephardim Request for Your Assistance on Learning About Archive Access Problems For Holocaust and Holocaust Era Records #sephardic

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Dear Jewish Genealogist:

I will be talking in Europe in June on access to Holocaust and Holocaust era
records. I am asking you for your assistance on problems you may have
incurred when trying to access these Holocaust records. Not all records are
birth, marriage, death or census records. These records could be
institutional records, passport, transit visas, concentration camp records,
property records, art works and other similar documents. With respect to
access to archives, either in person or by written communication, had you
encountered problems or obstacles with respect to the availability of the
records. I do not mean if the records are not on the Internet and
therefore, they are not accessible >from the comfort on our homes.

The scope of this covers not only vital records >from 1860-1948-the time
frame people in the holocaust may have been alive to just after the
Holocaust and includes displaced persons camp records. We need to know who
was there in order to know who is no longer there- which is why I am also
asking about records that would tell us who was alive at the time-i.e.
starting in the 1860's--the outside date of someone still alive in
1939-1945. If you know the person died before the Holocaust please do not
reply that you can't get their records-this if for people alive at the
beginning of the Holocaust. I am looking for information on access
problems-whether a government agency or private archive ignored your
request, refused access to the records, the records were not researchable
when at the archives, the cost of obtaining the records was prohibitive, in
other words obstacles you may have encountered >from a government archive or
private archive for archival documents that cover the Holocaust or Holocaust
era type governments.

I would appreciate if you would get back to me back with the following: name
of country, archive and the type of access problem you incurred. We
recognize that some countries have specific time embargoes before records
may be accessible--and that is an access impediment that can be submitted. I
would appreciate your objective comments and not "complaints" as we need to
know where and what the problems are before we can try to get changes.

On the other hand, if you had a positive experience I would also like to
hear about that as positive examples to show others is helpful.

I would appreciate hearing >from you before April 30.

Thank you in advance for your assistance.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


Request for Your Assistance on Learning About Archive Access Problems For Holocaust and Holocaust Era Records #latvia

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Dear Jewish Genealogist:

I will be talking in Europe in June on access to Holocaust and Holocaust era
records. I am asking you for your assistance on problems you may have
incurred when trying to access these Holocaust records. Not all records are
birth, marriage, death or census records. These records could be
institutional records, passport, transit visas, concentration camp records,
property records, art works and other similar documents. With respect to
access to archives, either in person or by written communication, had you
encountered problems or obstacles with respect to the availability of the
records. I do not mean if the records are not on the Internet and
therefore, they are not accessible >from the comfort on our homes.

The scope of this covers not only vital records >from 1860-1948-the time
frame people in the holocaust may have been alive to just after the
Holocaust and includes displaced persons camp records. We need to know who
was there in order to know who is no longer there- which is why I am also
asking about records that would tell us who was alive at the time-i.e.
starting in the 1860's--the outside date of someone still alive in
1939-1945. If you know the person died before the Holocaust please do not
reply that you can't get their records-this if for people alive at the
beginning of the Holocaust. I am looking for information on access
problems-whether a government agency or private archive ignored your
request, refused access to the records, the records were not researchable
when at the archives, the cost of obtaining the records was prohibitive, in
other words obstacles you may have encountered >from a government archive or
private archive for archival documents that cover the Holocaust or Holocaust
era type governments.

I would appreciate if you would get back to me back with the following: name
of country, archive and the type of access problem you incurred. We
recognize that some countries have specific time embargoes before records
may be accessible--and that is an access impediment that can be submitted. I
would appreciate your objective comments and not "complaints" as we need to
know where and what the problems are before we can try to get changes.

On the other hand, if you had a positive experience I would also like to
hear about that as positive examples to show others is helpful.

I would appreciate hearing >from you before April 30.

Thank you in advance for your assistance.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


Request for Your Assistance on Learning About Archive Access Problems For Holocaust and Holocaust Era Records #romania

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Dear Jewish Genealogist:

I will be talking in Europe in June on access to Holocaust and Holocaust era
records. I am asking you for your assistance on problems you may have
incurred when trying to access these Holocaust records. Not all records are
birth, marriage, death or census records. These records could be
institutional records, passport, transit visas, concentration camp records,
property records, art works and other similar documents. With respect to
access to archives, either in person or by written communication, had you
encountered problems or obstacles with respect to the availability of the
records. I do not mean if the records are not on the Internet and
therefore, they are not accessible >from the comfort on our homes.

The scope of this covers not only vital records >from 1860-1948-the time
frame people in the holocaust may have been alive to just after the
Holocaust and includes displaced persons camp records. We need to know who
was there in order to know who is no longer there- which is why I am also
asking about records that would tell us who was alive at the time-i.e.
starting in the 1860's--the outside date of someone still alive in
1939-1945. If you know the person died before the Holocaust please do not
reply that you can't get their records-this if for people alive at the
beginning of the Holocaust. I am looking for information on access
problems-whether a government agency or private archive ignored your
request, refused access to the records, the records were not researchable
when at the archives, the cost of obtaining the records was prohibitive, in
other words obstacles you may have encountered >from a government archive or
private archive for archival documents that cover the Holocaust or Holocaust
era type governments.

I would appreciate if you would get back to me back with the following: name
of country, archive and the type of access problem you incurred. We
recognize that some countries have specific time embargoes before records
may be accessible--and that is an access impediment that can be submitted. I
would appreciate your objective comments and not "complaints" as we need to
know where and what the problems are before we can try to get changes.

On the other hand, if you had a positive experience I would also like to
hear about that as positive examples to show others is helpful.

I would appreciate hearing >from you before April 30.

Thank you in advance for your assistance.

Jan


Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Request for Your Assistance on Learning About Archive Access Problems For Holocaust and Holocaust Era Records #scandinavia

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Dear Jewish Genealogist:

I will be talking in Europe in June on access to Holocaust and Holocaust era
records. I am asking you for your assistance on problems you may have
incurred when trying to access these Holocaust records. Not all records are
birth, marriage, death or census records. These records could be
institutional records, passport, transit visas, concentration camp records,
property records, art works and other similar documents. With respect to
access to archives, either in person or by written communication, had you
encountered problems or obstacles with respect to the availability of the
records. I do not mean if the records are not on the Internet and
therefore, they are not accessible >from the comfort on our homes.

The scope of this covers not only vital records >from 1860-1948-the time
frame people in the holocaust may have been alive to just after the
Holocaust and includes displaced persons camp records. We need to know who
was there in order to know who is no longer there- which is why I am also
asking about records that would tell us who was alive at the time-i.e.
starting in the 1860's--the outside date of someone still alive in
1939-1945. If you know the person died before the Holocaust please do not
reply that you can't get their records-this if for people alive at the
beginning of the Holocaust. I am looking for information on access
problems-whether a government agency or private archive ignored your
request, refused access to the records, the records were not researchable
when at the archives, the cost of obtaining the records was prohibitive, in
other words obstacles you may have encountered >from a government archive or
private archive for archival documents that cover the Holocaust or Holocaust
era type governments.

I would appreciate if you would get back to me back with the following: name
of country, archive and the type of access problem you incurred. We
recognize that some countries have specific time embargoes before records
may be accessible--and that is an access impediment that can be submitted. I
would appreciate your objective comments and not "complaints" as we need to
know where and what the problems are before we can try to get changes.

On the other hand, if you had a positive experience I would also like to
hear about that as positive examples to show others is helpful.

I would appreciate hearing >from you before April 30.

Thank you in advance for your assistance.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


Latvia SIG #Latvia Request for Your Assistance on Learning About Archive Access Problems For Holocaust and Holocaust Era Records #latvia

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Dear Jewish Genealogist:

I will be talking in Europe in June on access to Holocaust and Holocaust era
records. I am asking you for your assistance on problems you may have
incurred when trying to access these Holocaust records. Not all records are
birth, marriage, death or census records. These records could be
institutional records, passport, transit visas, concentration camp records,
property records, art works and other similar documents. With respect to
access to archives, either in person or by written communication, had you
encountered problems or obstacles with respect to the availability of the
records. I do not mean if the records are not on the Internet and
therefore, they are not accessible >from the comfort on our homes.

The scope of this covers not only vital records >from 1860-1948-the time
frame people in the holocaust may have been alive to just after the
Holocaust and includes displaced persons camp records. We need to know who
was there in order to know who is no longer there- which is why I am also
asking about records that would tell us who was alive at the time-i.e.
starting in the 1860's--the outside date of someone still alive in
1939-1945. If you know the person died before the Holocaust please do not
reply that you can't get their records-this if for people alive at the
beginning of the Holocaust. I am looking for information on access
problems-whether a government agency or private archive ignored your
request, refused access to the records, the records were not researchable
when at the archives, the cost of obtaining the records was prohibitive, in
other words obstacles you may have encountered >from a government archive or
private archive for archival documents that cover the Holocaust or Holocaust
era type governments.

I would appreciate if you would get back to me back with the following: name
of country, archive and the type of access problem you incurred. We
recognize that some countries have specific time embargoes before records
may be accessible--and that is an access impediment that can be submitted. I
would appreciate your objective comments and not "complaints" as we need to
know where and what the problems are before we can try to get changes.

On the other hand, if you had a positive experience I would also like to
hear about that as positive examples to show others is helpful.

I would appreciate hearing >from you before April 30.

Thank you in advance for your assistance.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.