mountains of memorabilia?
Lost in piles of
research notes and charts?
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The Family Curator
2010 & 2011
Family Tree Magazine's
"I'm passionate about preserving family keepsakes"
Denise inherited a trunk filled with her grandmother's keepsakes sparking a quest to learn how to organize and create a family home archive. She is now the caretaker of several family collections and researches her family tree with stories from the archives.
- Organize your loved one's estate and keep peace in your family
- Digitize heirloom and research documents
- Break the paper habit and organize your genealogy
- How to Archive Family Keepsakes gives you step-by-step advice to organize, preserve and share family heirlooms.
- 208 pages
Reviews & Comments
In How to Archive Family Keepsakes, Denise Levenick has created an amazing reference for anyone who has inherited a collection of family letters, documents and personal items. For family historians and genealogists, this is an essential guide for organizing and managing the family archive.
Denise Olson, Moultrie Creek Books
Archiving, organizing and digitizing family treasures is one of the greatest challenges for genealogists. In her book How to Archive Family Keepsakes, Denise Levenick presents a game plan that breaks down the steps and provides a clear picture of the end goal. The worksheets and checklists provide the kind of practical advice I look for in “how to” books. No fluff here, just common sense, and usable information that leads to success.
Lisa Louise Cooke, host of The Genealogy Gems Podcast