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Historical documents give us insight into the lives and times of those that came before us – that is, if you can read them. Join us for an afternoon of learning about the importance of primary-source documents in genealogy and historical research, how to transcribe early American handwriting, and give it a try yourself with letters from the archives of the Myers family, the first permanent Jewish residents of Norfolk!
Recommended for Ages 16+
$5 for Museum members, $10 for non-members.
Tickets increase $10 at the door. Registration recommended.