Special Collections Classroom, Room B069, Allen Library, University of Washington
Beyond census records and vital records, a wealth of information can be found about the experiences of our female ancestors in archives and other special collections. Join us for a hands-on workshop to learn how archives are arranged and locate information which might be of interest to you when researching women's history.
Parking on the UW campus is free on the date of our workshop. Attendees will meet at the Allen Library breezeway since the library is officially closed for spring break. https://www.washington.edu/maps/#!/alb
Maximum attendees: 25
Presenter: Lisa Oberg
Lisa is the Associate Director and the History of Science and Medicine Curator for Special Collections in the UW Libraries.
This workshop is part of the Seattle Genealogical Society's lecture and workshop series: Women's Suffrage in your Family History. We thank the Washington State Historical Society for their grant in support of our project. For more information, see https://www.suffrage100wa.com/.