After two days of doing 1940 census research – it’s time for a break!
If you haven’t yet seen this cute PSA for the New York Public Library’s history and genealogy departments, do check it out! I first saw it a few weeks ago and I can’t get enough of it ...
History has secrets, but secrets don't stay hidden if you know where to look. What will you find?
Learn about the making of the video here.
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