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Tucson Regional Family History Center--Regional Genealogical Library

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So, grandmother once whispered that your great-great aunt Beryl ran off with P.T. Barnum's sword swallower when the circus came through Cleveland in 1903, and you always hoped it was true. If you want to find out the facts, go to the library that devotes itself to the extraordinary history of every individual who ever lived. That may be hard to imagine, but information about ordinary folks can be found on Internet programs, CD-ROMs and in books. Once you identify where your ancestors lived, microfilms can also be ordered from the Salt Lake City Library for only $3.25 a roll. Do you want to look at century-old marriage records from Cleveland? That's no problem at the Family History Center. Just hope Beryl had a good time.

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