FamilySearch makes it easier to look for non-indexed images

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You can explore historical images easier than before (and from what I saw, it's easier to find out which microfilm rolls are digitized in a town).

Read more in the blogpost here.

in The Tree House by Jelena Eckstädt G2G6 Pilot (979k points)
I am actually working my way through such a film now. I am adding profiles for basically everyone I find in an unindexed Brunswick town record. I would have offered to help index it on the family search site but it is not currently one of their indexing projects.

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Thank you for posting this. Glad to see another collection. The viewer for this is an improvement.

 Has FamilySearch listed the scope of each of these collections somewhere?  I use the Catalog and the Digital Library and now this, but there is some overlap.  I can't be sure if I've browsed a file before.  (Time to start a research log?)

by Jo McCaleb G2G6 Mach 3 (32.2k points)

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