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Lucille Gudis Memorial Lecture: No Language Barrier: Immigrant Clues in Photographs

Sunday, November 21, 2021, 01:00pm - 02:30pm
Contact program@jgsny.org

Speaker: Maureen Taylor

With the sponsorship of the Lucille Gudis Memorial Fund for Jewish Genealogy, the JGSNY is planning an online afternoon program dedicated to examining and researching our family photographs. Maureen Taylor, photo specialist, will present the Gudis Memorial Lecture, No Language Barrier: Immigrant Clues in Photographs, to be followed by a Photo Detective Roadshow, for members only.

In her lecture, using numerous examples, Maureen will explain how to read the visual evidence found in family photographs taken in the United States and abroad. Dive into ways to solve your immigrant photo mysteries by looking at case studies, using online and offline sources.

Click here to register for the JGSNY 21 November Meeting

This program will NOT be recorded.

Maureen Taylor is an internationally recognized expert on historical photograph identification, photo preservation and family history research. Sought out by clients all over the world from as far away as New Zealand, her pioneering work in photo research is unprecedented, evidenced by her success in solving photo mysteries. Her focus is on helping people rediscover their family history one picture at a time and getting folks to dig deep into their family history to tell the story of their ancestors.

Location : Online