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05 February 2013

Photocopies from the Family History Library

Yesterday,  the Family History Library (FHL) in Salt Lake City, Utah announced a new policy on ordering photocopies from sources within their collection. In a post that appeared on the FamilySearch blog, Merrill White, announced that if a patron is willing  to receive a digital copy of the item through email, it will now be provided free of charge. He states;

"All requests for information copied from films, book pages, CDs, marriage, death or birth certificates, wills and/or deeds, etc. will be copied in digital format and emailed to patrons in a zipped PDF or JPG file format. There is no charge for this service if we are able to email to information to patrons."

What a great opportunity this is for researchers throughout the world to access the copies of their family records. The entire article can be read by accessing the following link. Change in photo duplication policies.

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