Tour and Use the CU Map Library with Genealogy Society

jgscoJoin the Jewish Genealogy Society on a field trip to the University of Colorado Map Library on Sunday, January 25th from 10:00 am to noon.

Library staffer Ilene Rains will provide a tour of the space and an overview of the collection and services. There will be time for attendees to explore some of the collection’s treasures which can inform a family history search with precise location of former shtetls, topography, and changing geopolitical borders over time.

Meet at CU, Jerry Crail Johnson Earth Sciences and Map Library, Benson Earth Sciences, 2200 Colorado Ave, Boulder.

The Jewish Genealogy Society of Colorado is a nonprofit run 100% by volunteers. Most lectures are free and open to the public. Recommended annual membership fees of $30 per individual or $40 per household support speaker fees, venue expense, and administration of website and publicity.

There is no cost. Everyone welcome. Information at www.JGSCO.org or info@jgsco.org.

About Ellen Kowitt

Marketing and Communications Professional. Genealogist. Jewelry Artist. Kehillah Builder.

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