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|8th - and away we go||9th - Denver Public Library||9th - In the stacks|
|9th - James K. Jeffrey leading a tour of the Fort Collins Newcomers’ Alumni Association Genealogical Sleuths||9th - Arlene Eakle and James K. Jeffrey, the Special Collection Librarian of the Western History/Genealogy Department||10th - Republic County Courthouse in Belleville Kansas|
|10th - Discovering the Treasurer’s Warrant Register Issued to Sheriff||11th - Entrance to the Genealogy Department at St. Louis Public Library taken before we were told we can't take pictures there.||15th - Allen County Public Library in Ft Wayne IN, entrance to Genealogy Department|
|15th - Genealogy Department helping patrons||15th - Curt Witcher, head of the Genealogy Department, and Arlene||15th - Arlene's just finished a report to client Debbie (Carder) Mayes|
|15th - Since there is Wi-Fi here, Kathryn set up all her toys, including two external hard drives, one for the web site stuff, and one for backup.||17th - Enough pictures for Western Reserve that it needs a page of its own.||18th - Kathryn went to Cleveland Public Library while Arlene was in her meeting|
|19th - A little blurry, sorry, but the sign speaks for itself. This is in Carlisle PA||19th - The larger view of Cumberland County Historical Society||20th - Maryland Historical Society|
|20th - Maryland Historical Society (closeup)||20th - Maryland Historical Society reading room||20th - "Fireside" talk given in Lutherville MD|
|20th - "Fireside" was suggested by our Balitmore hostess Dolly Ziegler (right) to her friend Kathie Feldtman (left) who set things up for us.|
"Arlene H. Eakle, Ph.D., is an excellent example of a researcher whose extraordinary education and the generous use of her knowledge readily, as compared with other genealogists, "separates the men from the boys". I've known her personally since 1971, and can honestly say that I know of no better researcher in her field of expertise." D. J. Martin, Ph.D.