Willard Library, 21 First Avenue, Evansville, Indiana is sponsoring their annual Midnight Madness 16-20 June. Special Collections (second floor) will open at 9 a.m. Monday-Friday and close at midnight Monday-Thursday.
Just a sample of scheduled classes:
Evansville Catholic Church Records
Tombstone Art & Epitaphs
Finding Ancestors Using Land and Connected Records
The Coroner's Office and Your Research
Wedding Traditions and Customs
Individualized German Research
Why Did They Go there
Researching Old Newspapers
Eddie Wildt, owner of Evansville Bindery, is scheduled to give advice on printing your family history. Terry Prall, professional genealogist and lecturer, will give five programs: Why Did I Ever Get Started? Using City Directories to Fill in Blanks, Different Ways to Record Getting Hitched and Mining Family Histories & Genealogies.
To cap off the week, Harold Morgan, historian and publisher, will speak on Evansville's Own P-47 Thunderbolt (underneath the history of Evansville's role in winning World War II through aviation) on Saturday morning, 21 June.
For more information, contact Willard Library at 812-425-4309 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Reservations are requested and may be made Here
Published 8 June 2014, Western Kentucky Genealogy Blog, http://wkygenealogy.blogspot.com/