- An interesting look at 19th century postcards from Collectors Weekly: In Living Color: The Forgotten 19th-Century Photo Technology that Romanticized America. [I've a few of these in my collection. And by "few" I mean my husband would be surprised at my personal collection of Photochroms. However, I buy them for the stories revealed on the backs of them.]
- Indeed, Mr. Wittmer. It is a labor of love. And we thank you for all you've done. Missouri Man Chronicles Losses on WWII Submarines. (AP)
- Find upcoming genealogy and family history conferences near you on Jen Baldwin's Conference Keeper.
- Explore and plan your online family history learning opportunities for the upcoming week on Dear Myrtle's Geneawebinars Calendar.
- USGenWeb Archives volunteer contributors uploaded various types of records yesterday of various counties in the following US states: Georgia, Michigan, Virginia, Washington.
- Have piles of "stuff" you've been meaning to scan and digitally organize? Join us in the Sunday ScanDay Facebook Group and let's get it done together virtually today at 3pm CT. Together, we got this.
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Did you miss a day this past week? Maybe?
- Yesterday's Need to Know mentioned some free research guides from Ancestry.com and Mocavo and 5 other things.
- Friday's Need to Know mentioned Newspapers.com's collaboration with UNC and 10 other things.
- Thursday's Need to Know mentioned a list of FamilySearch's US Civil War online record collections and 10 other things.
- Wednesday's Need to Know mentioned a great comparison of tablets from techradar.com and 11 other things.
- Tuesday's Need to Know mentioned DuckDuckGo, an alternative search engine to Google, launched several new helpful features and 10 other things.
- Monday's Need to Know divulged a word of caution about obituaries from John on the Transylvanian Dutch blog and 8 other things.
- Last Sunday's Need to Know shared the very first color photographs of the United States and 5 other things.
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