I’m not recommending people leave notes in books across the genealogy library world, but I did encounter this note in a 1960s era genealogy at the Allen County Library in Ft. Wayne, Indiana, recently.

The note had more genealogy information on the writer’s connection to the family and her name and address. Those things have not been published here. Have you encountered such a note in a reference item?



2 Responses

  1. The photo clearly shows it was a note and not written on the pages of the book. However, it could be misinterpreted if ONLY reading the message. Maybe if you had said it was on a piece of paper it would have been clearer.

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