1304Re: [Slovak-World] Accessing Church Records
- Mar 1, 2003The digital camera is a great suggestion. They can be set not to
produce a flash ... you really do not need flash, even if the light is
not great in the room. And the sound can be turned off, so it works
silently. Just remember to set it to macro mode.
One facility in Philadelphia would not allow me to use my digital
camera, because they had a rule against cameras in general. I told them
that my camera made no flash and produced no sound, but they still would
not allow it. The facility would have been glad to photocopy the pages,
except that the book was too old and fragile to put on a copy machine.
Jan Lan wrote:
> At 03:50 PM 3/1/2003 -0500, you wrote:[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> >Thanks for your reply.
> >Is it customary to leave a donation of any kind with a church here in the
> >U.S.A. after researching their records?
> >I have an appointment at St. Procops in Cleveland for next Saturday to go
> >through the records. The sister who cheerfully arranged the time
> said I will
> >be able to take the records to the cafeteria to look through them,
> but cannot
> >remove them. This is exactly what I want.
> For what you described, I believe it would very appropriate to make a
> donation even if it was not customary. Are you taking a digital camera
> with you? Good luck.
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