Every family depends on records to protect their health, property, civil rights, and family history. Immunization
and medical records, deeds, mortgages, marriage certificates, wills, estate records, adoption records, and photographs
are just a few of the scores of records that form the foundation of a family's safety and memory. When disaster strikes--whether a
small broken pipe or a widespread hurricane--records become vital to survival and recovery.
Rescuing Family Records explains which records are most important to protect and how to protect them. It
a checklist of records with space for recording whether
and where the record is duplicated;
various options for duplicating
and protecting records and the pros and cons of each;
about why certain records may need to be certified;
a brief introduction
to caring for historical family records; and
updated guidance about
protecting electronic files.
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