"The Genealogist's Address Book is the answer to the perennial question, 'What's out there in the world of genealogy?' What organizations, institutions, special resources, and websites can help me? Where do I write or phone or send e-mail? Once again, Elizabeth Bentley's Address Book answers these questions and more. Now in its 6th edition, The Genealogist's Address Book gives you access to all the key sources of genealogical information, providing names, addresses, phone numbers, fax numbers, e-mail addresses, websites, names of contact persons, and other pertinent information for more than 27,000 organizations, including libraries, archives, societies, government agencies, vital records offices, professional bodies, publications, research centers, and special interest groups. Based on a written survey of thousands of organizations and institutions across the country, and supplemented by information from printed and Internet sources, the new 6th edition of the Address Book has been extensively revised and updated, eliminating undeliverable addresses and defunct organizations, while adding thousands of additional sources. Besides new websites and e-mail addresses, the new edition features greatly expanded coverage of archival agencies and vital records offices, especially in the New England states and New York. In addition, it is now easier to use than ever, with all 27,000 entries divided into two easy-to-use sections."--P.  of cover.
This is a double purpose book, for utility (the addresses of your friends) and for inspiration and challenging thought (a book of quotations). How did it happen? Margaret Morse Nice (1883-1974), the distinguished bird-watcher, when commencing to write her autobiography (Research Is a Passion With Me), felt it would be a good idea to begin each chapter with an apt quotation. Her book ran to 38 chapters, but by the time the manuscript was finished, she had amassed enough quotations for a separate book. She passed away in her 91st year in 1974 but had not been able to decide which quotation would really be best for which chapter. After her life story was published, her brother in Vermont gave to its editor a carton containing all of the quotations (some typed but most handwritten). Now you, the reader, may enjoy them all, as well as the pages for addresses and Sylvia Hahn's charming wood engravings.
Where do you call home? Performer Jane Clifton had a classic army brat upbringing, constantly on the move as the family followed the postings of her English officer father from Gibraltar to England, Germany to Malaysia and eventually to Australia. Always the new kid in town, Jane became adept at fitting in anywhere. As an adult, living in the fast-moving worlds of anti-war demos, women's lib, experimental theatre, rock 'n' roll, and TV, she kept up the family tradition of changing addresses without so much as a backward glance. But her stiff-upper-lipped father and glamorous, restless mother both died tragically young, and Jane was left with many unanswered questions. Where exactly is home? Is it your family? Your memories? Or simply bricks and mortar? One day, Jane decided to go back and visit every house she'd lived in – all 32 of them – to see if she could piece together the jigsaw of her life. A funny, moving and unexpected story about one woman's search for home, and the universal desire to find the place you truly belong.
The global fiction sensation--publishing in 32 countries around the world--that follows 96-year-old Doris, who writes down the memories of her eventful life as she pages through her decades-old address book. But the most profound moment of her life is still to come...
The best address book – available everywhere. The micro-course discusses step by step how to create an address book on the basis of the OpenLDAP service. It shows how to configure the server, what LDIF files to create, how to configure the client program. Keywords: ldapadd, adressbook, LDAP Creating an address book basing on OpenLDAP Installation of the OpenLDAP server Configuration of the OpenLDAP server Configuration of OpenLDAP on OpenSUSE Configuration of OpenLDAP on CentOS Testing Configuration of an address book in LDAP LDAPclient phpLDAPadmin JXplorer Configuring and testing the address book in Thunderbird
Telephone and Address Book in One Complete with Birthday Section
Author: Blank Journals
Address Book: This is the perfect little counter top notebook that has space for hundreds of your contacts. Main features include: -- Record name, address, email, home and cell numbers, birthdays and notes. - A-Z tabs on the corners allow you to quickly flick through the book and find the contact you are looking for. -- Measures 6" x 9" so a great size -- Lovely floral design makes the perfect gift The only address book you will need. Order today and get organized!
Never lose another important password, ID number, e-mail or Internet contact. Log them here in this book. Also, enter your computer data files so you can recover from computer failure, theft, fire, flood, or just making a file deletion error.
A jeweled funerary mask from the tomb of King Tutankhamen appears in full color on the cover of this beautiful address book. Inside are 64 pages divided by frequency among the letters of the alphabet. Each page contains four-line sections for names, addresses and telephone numbers.
Featuring Illustrations from the National Library's Pictorial Collection
Publisher: National Library Australia
Category: Address books
Ellis Rowan was one of the first Australian artists to appreciate the richness and unique beauty of the Australian landscape. Now you can experience Rowan's remarkable talents through the National Library of Australia's Ellis Rowan Address Book. This beautiful gift item combines colourful Australian flora and fauna set in vivid Australian landscapes.