October 3 to December 23, 2016
Reception: Wednesday, October 12, 5:30-7 p.m.
As a filmmaker working for the United Nations, Paul Klee was able to travel to many distant and often off-beat places in the world. When he had free time, he turned his camera lens towards both people and landscapes. Since then he has continued to focus his camera on subjects in nearby and faraway places. The wide-ranging photos in this exhibition represent a photographic journey spanning more than 50 years.
Free or discounted admission passes to the museums listed below are available, thanks to Friends of Lyme Library. Passes may be reserved as much as one week in advance of their use, and most are good for up to 4 people. Call or email the library for more information.
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA http://www.mfa.org
Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, NH http://www.currier.org
VINS, Quechee, VT http://www.vinsweb.org
Billings Farm & Museum, Woodstock, VT http://www.billingsfarm.org
American Precision Museum, Windsor, VT http://www.americanprecision.org/
from Bobbi Slossar, Technology Services Librarian at the New Hampshire State Library
There are some wonderful updates to the HeritageQuest Online database for genealogical research. The database is now running off of the Ancestry platform and incorporates many fantastic features from the popular commercial database. This database is licensed for at-home patron use. Please contact the library to access the account username and password.
New Features (Click any image to enlarge)
Check out the added transcription at the top and bottom of records!
Users can send the information as links to themselves.
Or save the image to their computer.
And there are printer-friendly versions of records just a click away!
While viewing an image from the census, it is possible to click on the Tools menu and browse the film strip. This can be helpful in finding other nearby family members.
Thankfully, one of the more useful features of the original HeritageQuest Online still exists in the new platform: the ability to browse the census records by location. This can be really helpful in cases when you know where the family lived, but name searches fail.
And thanks to the Ancestry platform, any spelling changes previously recommended by Ancestry.com subscribers help you find your relatives!
You can learn more about the new features on the HQO help.