Friday, July 4, 2014
A Declaration We All Can Sign
How many times over the last year have you used a library resources in researching your family's history? For most of us, the list is long. From using those expensive genealogy tomes, to receiving special materials through interlibrary loans, to browsing through genealogy journals, to background reading about a place, time period, or event, my public library continues to be a vital part of my genealogy research. And this is just my genealogy related list.
The American Library Association is urging library users to sign their Declaration to the Right to Libraries. If libraries have been important to you, your family, or in your research, won't you consider adding your voice of support for America's libraries? Follow this link to read and sign in support of our country's libraries. Then, share it with others.