Making copies of old family genealogy books or journals

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Since: Oct 07

Salt Lake City, UT

#1 Feb 6, 2008
Found a neat resource that lets you send in an old genealogy book or family journal and will make an exact copy of the content and will bind a new copy (or many copies) of the book bound similar to the original without harming the original.

So, for family books that are out of print (assuming you have the rights to make a copy), you can create new hardbound versions of the book to distribute to family members.

Info about it is listed at:
http://www.familyhistoryquickstart.com/2007/1...

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