Re: [bukowsko_triangle] L'viv state archive Cadastral Map and Landowner Records Inventory (not BT)
- L'viv civil archive does hold "old" cadastral records and maps.
Przemyśl Civil Archive also holds cadastral records and maps. I am not
sure though if the two archives have the same maps/records though.
Gesher Galicia is trying to put everything they can find online that
pertains to the Jewish populations who lived in Galicia. They have
people acquire cadastral maps, indexes and property lists for
publication on their web site. And yes, they are focused on villages
which had Jewish populations which would include Bukowsko and
Nowotaniec, to name a couple in the BT area.
Philip Semanchuk wrote:
> On Aug 8, 2012, at 11:53 PM, Walt/Gloria Elston wrote:
>> Would it be possible to write to the Lviv archive for copies of the
> I'd defer to Justin on that since he's done it before. If writing seems difficult and/or slow, I can put you in touch with someone who lives in L'viv and might be willing to get documents for you, and even do research.
>> Is that the purpose of this list?
> There's actually a long page describing the background behind the database:
> Eventually, they want to get copies of everything relevant. But it's a multi-year task just to find out what's available, and it looks like they're in that phase now.
>> On Wed, Aug 8, 2012 at 8:08 PM, Philip Semanchuk <philip@...>wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> There's a very thorough project going on that plans to list all documents
>>> in the L'viv state archive related to a specific list of towns. Please note
>>> that none of these towns are in the BT and only a few are in Poland at all.
>>> I don't know if this reflects the focus of the organization doing the
>>> research or the contents of the archive. As we've discussed before, the
>>> L'viv state archive claims not to hold many records for modern Polish
>>> Anyway, the database is here: