This Facebook campaign to identify people in a cache of lost family photos, became Lost and Found:
Unlocking the secrets of her family showed Julie the worst, and then the best, of humankind.
Or start by writing, and if writing is a chore, work with a writing coach or a personal historian--they can give you assignments and help you if you get stuck, or you can sit at a computer and write together, with them helping you remember and interpret what went on in your life.
Listen, for example, to Two family histories show how some stories are deeper than they appear.
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Prepare your pictures so they provide comfort—not a burden—to your children:
You can decide later if you want those interviews organized, edited, and transformed into a more polished manuscript and printed as a book.
A Partial List Legacies, Practical tips for sharing the "release" of catch and release.
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Street Photography Capturing the Essence of Childhood.
Megadirectory to genealogy and family history records, well worth exploring.
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