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21st - Enoch Pratt Library in Baltimore - a wonderful entry hall
22nd through 24th Library of Virginia in Richmond - another wonderful entry hall
|23rd - we made a side trip to check out William & Mary's library and for the treat of eating in the historic town of Williamsburg ...||... where Kathryn was delighted to see Bassett Hall - even though she knows from DNA testing this is a different family group than her husband's||It was beautiful even though it was too late to go through.|
|Oops, picture we had for here had to be taken off because of permission technicalities.|
|Each of our three days at the Library of Virginia, free parking was an unexpected bonus.||Daniel Nicole Smith, we very much enjoyed your delightful smile while we were in Richmond.||And less you think we forgot the books we picked up in Baltimore on the 21st, they get a page of their own.|
"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.