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|Entrance to entire building which includes a museum as well as the library||... and to the library||Ann Sindelar (Reference Advisor) delighted us by her offer to tour behind the scenes|
|One row of the newspaper stacks -- over 5800 newspapers||... and a closeup of the newspapers||It was hard to get one picture to show the vastness of the room, which was just one of 4 floors|
|There is a large automotive collection. Since Kathryn is interested in the Checker marque, she chose that one for the representative picture - 6 inches of Checker files!||Part of 131 linear ft of non-US family histories||Ann shows one of them|
|Opening it up to show a chart||The charts are large --||Weyburgh of Clifton Hall|
|From the stacks there was a wonderful view of the Reading Room||Besides a printed guide, there are several card catalogs of names and subjects, and lots of cross-referencing||Such a great supportive staff. Besides Ann, Connie (surname to come) answered many of our questions, and Kathryn was happy that George Cooper did all the photocopying|
"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.