New NSSAR Genealogy Library Progress

The National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, the male counterpart to the better-known Daughters of the American Revolution, is nearing completion of their new library facility in Louisville, KY. Watch their update video:

The date for the groundbreaking ceremony for this facility is 24/25 September, according to their website. Unfortunately, they were already gone when I attempted to call them for an update this afternoon, so I’ll give them a call another day soon.

Their website also has been updated significantly, and they now have an online library catalog. This organization, while not quite as well-known as the DAR, is making significant strides towards providing more resources for genealogists, thus helping to preserve history. If you’re anywhere remotely close to Louisville, KY, I encourage you to stay tuned, keep informed and perhaps plan to visit their facility in the future.

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About glamberson

I am an amateur genealogist and a professional technologist, having experience in both areas that goes back to the 1980s (at least). My genealogical interests really began in 1979 when my grandfather died. Computers & technology have been primary interests since the early 1980s. My first personal computer was an Apple IIe bought shortly after they first became available.
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