SYW064 – Creating Family Archives

Jennifer Wilson

I’m your guide here at Simple Scrapper. Our community helps people find what fills you up and fits your life in memory keeping.

April 13, 2020

As a scrapbooker and amateur genealogist I’m perpetually fascinated by all the disciplines that intersect with my passions. That’s why I jumped at the opportunity to have Margot Note, a consulting archivist and author, on the podcast. Margot’s passion for preserving family history led to writing the book Creating Family Archives as well as helping others with archival projects. Our conversation includes a wealth of practical advice, including suggestions for archiving stories of the coronavirus pandemic and using this time of social distancing to prioritize your memory keeping activities.

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  1. Deborah OConnell

    I love your podcast! There is always so much information in each episode that is valuable. Whether you need it in bite size information or you can go big by taking lots of notes. Plus your links are helpful as well. Thank you so much!

    • Teaching Assistant - Kim Edsen

      Deborah – Thank you for listening! We are so glad you are finding it helpful.


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