Thursday, July 18, 2013

Those Places Thursday – What is the Sacramento FamilySearch Library up to?

Editor's note: Today's post was written by Richard Hanson.

If you've recently visited the Sacramento FamilySearch Library (a branch of the Family History Library  in Salt Lake City), then you've noticed shelves of books with red and white striped signs attached.
Photo taken by Richard Hanson on June 6, 2013.
The signs designate the books that will soon undergo digital scanning. The digitized books will later be available for viewing on the website.
Photo taken by Richard Hanson on June 6, 2013.
Most of the scanned books will be removed the library. Eventually this process will result in the removal of several bookcases. The free floor space will be put to good use in the form of tables for library patrons.

Sacramento FamilySearch Library
2745 Eastern Avenue 
Sacramento, CA 95821

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