Sleuthing in the Stacks: Using Uncommon Resources to Uncover Genealogical Clues" presented by Meldon Wolfgang
Tuesday, Nov. 13th, 7 p.m.
at the Chelmsford Library


 “Sleuthing in the Stacks: Using Uncommon Resources to Uncover Genealogical Clues” will be the focus of a free presentation by Meldon Wolfgang on November 13th.  Mr. Wolfgang will introduce both beginning and experienced genealogists to a host of rarely used reference tools and finding aids which will help resolve the brick walls and dead ends in their genealogy research.

A native of Albany, NY, and the owner of Jonathan Sheppard Books, Mr. Wolfgang has served as that city's Commissioner of Human Resources until 1990. He served as a trustee of the Albany Public Library for nearly two decades, was president of the Upper Hudson Library System and served as one of the original trustees of the joint Albany City-County Archives.

Mr. Wolfgang received his undergraduate degree from McGill University in Montreal and completed further graduate study at Columbia University. He is a member of numerous historical and genealogical societies. All are welcome to this free program.

Funded by the Chelmsford Friends of the Library