Speaking of historic photography, I have a couple friends who set up a collection of incredible photographs.
The other is collection developed by Louis Takacs from an underutilized genealogy resource - passports: Passport Research
The other one is at WikiTree by Rod Dubois : : Historic Photography Cabinet
We have a new project that is pretty exciting for people with Polish Roots created by the talented Summer Binkley called the Poland Project. I lead the The Holocaust Project which was started by the amazing Gaile.
I also lead the Irish Roots sub-project for county Kerry. I occasionally lend a hand in the Magyarország, Slovensko and other category projects at WikiTree. I can also help read Hungarian (Magyar) records or any records written in Latin if you need assistance. If you have a profile of a Hungarian ancestor here at WikiTree, let me know if you need sources. If you have found naturalization records or passenger records but can not understand/read the village for your immigrant Hungarian ancestor because of historical boundary changes, I will help pinpoint location.
I admin, with Nick, at the Hungary Exchange genealogy group at Facebook if you need help doing research in Hungary.
My Hungary surnames are:
Nagy, Stermenszky, Sebő, Rakai, Lorintz, Adam, Simon, Rozgany, Zsebik/Sebik, Farkas, Petö, Danko, Gyerus, Haluska, Vladikovsky/Hladikovsky, Polgaŕ, Söss/Sass, Plachetka, Chudi/Chudy, Kovacs, Mész, Szabo, Soka/Zsoka, Fabriczky, Istvanek/Istvanyik/Stephanik, Gothard, Skolnik, Pal, Gaal, Gäll, Császár, Svab.
Locations in Hungary (and some now in Slovakia):
Abaúj-Torna: Vendégi, Bódva-Vendégi (Hostovice), Jablonca (Silická Jablonica), Szin, Bódvaszilas, Szögliget, Varbóc, Hidvégardó, Derenk (extinct), Zubogy, Szádalmás/Almás (Jablonov nad Turňou), Körtvélyes (Hrušov). Borsod: Szendrő. Gömör: Krasznahorkaváralja (Krásnohorské Podhradie), Borzova (Silická Brezová), Rozsnyó (Rožňava), Végtelke (Slavec). Pozsony: Szekula (Sekule), Malaczka (Malacky).
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Magda does Franche-Comté, France & Eastern European heritage research as well as some American research. Her Canadian roots are in Hamilton, Ontario. She is a historical records searcher interested in specific northeastern Hungarian villages, especially where she has a registered One Place study. 
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- Leader of the Holocaust Project
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On 23 Mar 2017 at 20:49 GMT Nicholas Vetrovec wrote:
On 23 Mar 2017 at 19:58 GMT Nicholas Vetrovec wrote:
On 9 Mar 2017 at 23:06 GMT Dorothy Barry wrote:
On 8 Mar 2017 at 03:23 GMT Summer (Binkley) Orman wrote:
|I've officially been here for one year!!!!! What a year it has been! Thanks for being there and working with me. Can't wait for another wiki-year!!|
On 3 Mar 2017 at 04:27 GMT James Stewart wrote:
To me, it looks like the higher-numbered Merriam-321 has the most information; I thought the general preference was the use the lower number-317. I don't know of any personal family connection with George Merriam-321--although the name IS within my family and heritage. I would prefer to let someone ELSE do the merge (is that possible if I am the manager?)
On 18 Feb 2017 at 10:50 GMT Amanda (Maguire) Meier wrote:
I wonder if you could help. I registered my email and uploaded my DNA volunteered and signed the Honour codea few weeks ago, but am still registered anly as a guest member and can't even edit my own family. Is this normal or have I made a mistake somewhere?
On 15 Feb 2017 at 18:06 GMT Sharon (Troy) Centanne wrote:
On 11 Feb 2017 at 03:38 GMT Lisa (Kelsey) Murphy wrote:
I am not finding a relationship tracked for us yet but am eager to see how we are connected when there is one.
I wanted to tell you thank you for helping me with my G2G post. I can not believe i did not tag anything. It was great to have the help. I appreciate it.
On 11 Feb 2017 at 00:52 GMT Thomas Anderson wrote:
What's the story on that? It would be sub-optimal to keep them manually synchronized.
On 11 Feb 2017 at 00:09 GMT Thomas Anderson wrote: