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House History 11/2 - spaces still available!

househistoryNov2013.gifTHERE IS STILL SPACE AVAILABLE TO ATTEND SATURDAY'S HOUSE HISTORY EVENT!

Saturday, November 2
9:30-11:30 a.m.
Richard E. and Lucille Krug Rare Books Room
Central Library
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This program is free. Call 414-286-3011 to register until 5:00 p.m. Friday 11/1. If you are seeing this post after that time, know that we currently expect to be able to accommodate attendees on a walk-in basis, so please join us on Saturday morning. Street parking is free on Saturdays (2-hour time limit).

This event presents an overview of the Milwaukee house history resources available at the Central Library. Learn how to use library resources such as fire insurance atlases, city directories, census records, and city of Milwaukee tax rolls to research the history of a house. Presented by architectural historian Traci Schnell from Historic Milwaukee, Inc. and by librarians from Humanities and from Art, Music and Recreation.

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