The 2016 Christmas quilt is almost ready. Tickets for a chance to win this beautiful work of art are now available from the library for $1. This year a wall hanging is also up for grabs. The quilt and hanging will be raffled off at our fall seminar on 15 October.
Annual Fall Seminar
Mark your calendar! The SAGHS Annual Fall Seminar takes place on 15 October at the John Calvin Presbyterian Church in San Antonio. Our speaker is Susan D. Kaufman, Manager of the Clayton Library Center for Genealogical Research, Houston Public Library. Her topics will be:
Funerals: The Final Event
Manuscripts and Special Collections
Outside the Cocoon: Resources Available in the Regular Public Library and Beyond
Various Unusual Source Records for Genealogical Research
SAGHS is pleased to announce its latest publication, San Antonio's City Cemetery 3, Cemeteries of Bexar County, Texas, Volume 9, compiled by Julia B. George, PhD and Anthony Barbieri. City Cemetery 3, in the cemetery district on the East side of San Antonio, has burials beginning in the late 1800s. The names from all legible grave markers are listed by section, row, and plot. Additional information when available from death certificates or from the sexton’s list of burials is included. The sexton’s list contains many names not found on legible grave markers and are included in the appendix. The book features a full name index with women listed by both married and maiden names, where identified. Soft cover: 177 pages. Pre-publication price: $24, after 30 September 2016 $27.
Instructor: Barbara Holmes This is a repeat session of the classes given in the summer of 2015. It will consist of 3 classes (scheduled for 8/20, 9/24 & 10/22). Attendance at each class, while recommended, is not necessary, but dependent upon the progress of each class some of the planned topics ...
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