The many smaller British libraries and archives are semi-precious jewels, an adornment to the country's rich cultural heritage. One I visited many years ago while researching Stephen Martin Saxby was the library of the National Maritime Museum at Greenwich.
Sunday, 3 February 2013
It's called the Caird Library - I don't recall that name from my visit.
Read the report by Barry Hepburn on a recent Society of Genealogist's member group visit profiling some of the library's resources at http://www.societyofgenealogists.com/notes-on-family-history-sources-at-the-the-caird-library-national-maritime-museum-and-a-report-on-our-visit-there-30th-january/?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter
at 7:26 a.m.