"Cobbler, Tailor, Trunkmaker: How My Grandpappies Made a Living”

Ginger Frere, MLIS, MBA, is a professional researcher who provides a variety of research services to authors, professional historians, film makers, and individuals interested in genealogy. This talk will explain methods for discovering the details of our ancestors’ occupations. The program follows a brief business meeting and is free and open to the public.


Cost:  Free, open to the public (Free Parking)
Location: Helen Jeffris Wood Museum Center - 426 N Jackson St - Janesville, WI 53548
Categorized as: History & Heritage
Phone: 608-752-5891
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