Martin County Minnesota Recorder

Office of the Recorder, Martin County, Minnesota. The staff here was very helpful and access to the records was easy. The recorder held not only land records, but also birth/marriage/death records and

National Archives - United States

A repository for national records. I’ve only researched here once and walked from the transit station so am not too sure about the parking situation. My research was primarily in the census reco

National World War I Museum and Memorial

World War I museum located in Kansas City. I did not perform any research at the site, but did participate in a tour of the museum. The tour was helpful in better understanding the impacts the war cou

Peru City Cemetery

This cemetery is owned and operated by the city of Peru. There is parking along the narrow roadways within the cemetery. There is also a mausoleum and a columbarium on site. During a visit in 2005 I w

Ray County Museum and Genealogical Library

The Ray County Museum and Genealogical Library are located in Richmond, Missouri. The people there were very helpful, knowledgeable, and friendly. It was easy to find the information I was looking for
Richland County Courthouse

Richland County Illinois Recorder/Clerk

Land and vital records were located in the same are of the county building with the Clerk and the Recorder being the same office. It was easy to find the records although photos were not allowed so I

Saint Vincent Cemetery

Saint Vincent Cemetery is one of the larger cemeteries in the area and dates back to the mid 1800s. The older section is near the eastern part of the cemetery while the newer sections are along Saint

SS Cyril & Methodius Catholic Cemetery

Catholic Cemetery in Lemont. This cemetery is easy to get to and I don’t remember parking being a problem.
National World War II Museum Interior

The National WWII Museum

The National WWII Museum is located in New Orleans – there is an admission fee required to tour the facility. Because the hours vary depending on what you are interested in seeing, it is best to

The Newberry

Newberry Library in Chicago, Illinois. You will need a reader’s card in order to enter. You can register for this card before you visit at requests.newberry.org or during your first time there.