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    Genealogy Spring Cleaning Review

    It’s been a busy week, airing out the archives, shaking the figurative relatives’ rugs, and washing the windows squeaky-clean.

    Michelle Goodrum at The Turning of Generations was busy with Spring Cleaning this week. She wrote about storing vintage dolls in archival boxes,  finding a terrific old drugstore photograph, and organizing her home archive. She is working diligently at getting her family treasures in order, and I can’t wait to see what she turns up next.

    Now, it’s time to get back to research and writing, and maybe even a bit of Sunday Scanning, so dubbed by Kelly at Family History Fun. The Spring Cleaning theme has also inspired her to color-code her genealogy files and work on new ways to stay organized.

    So, enough of Spring Cleaning. I like the idea of Sunday Scanning and Transcript Tuesday. Back to the Archives for some treasure hunting.

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