Preserving Pieces of History
Family history is made up of all sorts of elements. Initially, there are the statistics—the birth and death dates, the marriage dates, the locations, the pedigree charts and family group sheets. That information is invaluable in establishing who we are and where we come from.
But what makes family history truly interesting are the additional pieces of information that create context and add insight. The stories, the newspaper articles, the certificates and awards, the ticket stubs and programs. The pieces of history that meant so much to our family members that they held on to them for decades.