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Learn How to Preserve your Family Photos

Do you have family photos around that you’d like to see last? Roger Dudley will present a lecture on “Preserving Family Photos” at Congregation Har HaShem, 3950 Baseline Road, Boulder on Sunday, March 6th at 10 AM in the South Building. This lecture is hosted by the Jewish Genealogical Society of Colorado. There is no cost to attend, and it is open to the public.

This talk will cover the basics of preservation of family photos with an emphasis on handling and storing the original materials. The digitization of photos will also be discussed.

Roger Dudley received a master’s degree in library science from Emporia State University, and he is employed as an archivist-librarian at the Denver Public Library. Roger has presented to the National Genealogical Society Conference in the States and to dozens of genealogical and community groups in Colorado. He is a second generation Colorado native and has been tracing his family since 1974.

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Colorado is a nonprofit organization led by volunteers. The mission of the Society is to provide educational programs and workshops to help individuals trace their Jewish family history. Meetings are held in Denver and Boulder. For more information, visit www.JGSCO.org or contact info@JGSCO.org.

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