Friday, June 14, 2013

Follow Friday - Favorites for June 14, 2013

Favorites is my weekly list of favorite genealogy, history and random finds from across the Net.
A good news story: Boston marathon bombing survivor meets the woman that held her hand
The National Archives brings America's founders to the Internet
Visiting the American Cemetery at Normandy
Beautiful wedding photos from 1916
Great ideas for displaying family heirlooms at Geneartistry
His life as a black Civil War living historian continued: Part III, Part IV
Fashion photographer focuses on real beauty
A great example of a poster printed at Ancestry.com at My Hawley Family
The Family Recorder features Selfridges decorations from 1937
A Good Samaritan returns a stolen cremation urn
Genealogy Roadshow to air on PBS in the fall
Archives.com shares diaries, death, pins and provenance
The Legal Genealogist shares Copyright and the quilt
Confessions of an online genealogist by Bill West
Risqué WWII nose art

6 comments:

Bill West said...

Thanks for the mention, Heather!

Queen Bee said...

Heather - great selection of favorites this week. I could spend hours viewing the founders records at NARA & glad to know this is available. The real beauty article was touching & inspiring. Great ideas on how to display family treasures - thanks for sharing!

Heather Kuhn Roelker said...

Always a pleasure, Bill!

Heather Kuhn Roelker said...

Thank you, Queen Bee, I was pleased with this crop as well. Especially the beauty piece...very moving!

Shelley Bishop said...

Heather, I'm honored that you included my post on the American Cemetery in Normandy as one of your weekly favorites. Thank you! I'm enjoying reading all your other picks, too--they're great!

Heather Kuhn Roelker said...

You are welcome, Shelley! I had a chance to visit an American cemetery in Belgium so I really enjoyed your post!