Have you ever taken out all of your family memories, papers, photographs, home movies, keepsakes, and scattered them across a table hoping to organize it all? Some of the first questions you might have asked yourself are: Where do I even begin? How do I organize all of this stuff? What is the end result? How will I find what I need in the future?
On today's episode, Rick welcomes archivist and historian Margot Note to the podcast to help people create their own family archives and make sense of all their precious family information.
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