Save Your Papers

Build an Archive to Preserve your Legacy


The task of keeping the family history usually falls forward -- all the photos, mementos, family newsletters, and paperwork from the past. Folks in my generation, and the next one, are liable to have the biggest collections ever, as our capacity to take photos and save papers increases. We've never had so much stuff!


This task spends a LOT of time at the bottom of our to-do lists. Begin capturing those memories today! Don't leave it to your clean-up crew after you're gone.

For a complimentary chat about ways that I can help you, schedule HERE.

Free guide:

Care & safety

of your documents.

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Oral History

Our stories matter -- not only testifying before congress, but to ourselves and

to each other: families, friends,

and colleagues. Our stories strengthen families and change history -- more than ever. Let’s capture these stories before they slip away.


The biggest mistake people make with capturing their stories is hesitating, not making time, just thinking about it... until it is too late. Maybe you want to tell your own story, or maybe you want to capture someone else's.  It doesn't have to be a daunting task.  Let me handle the details.

Want to know more? Details are here, or schedule a free chat with me over HERE.

Historical & Cultural Research

Historical research, including:

  • fleshing out your genealogy with historical photos and immigration politics of the time.

  • researching unidentified photographs or photo albums in your collection.

  • housing and preservation of photos and documents.

  • consulting regarding placing a collection or family items in public repositories -- historical society, museum, archive, or cultural collection.

  • other projects that you have on your plate or in your imagination.

Email me with inquiries.

Or to schedule a complimentary call, sign up here.

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