FamilySearch Completes Digitization of Massive Microfilm Collection – FamilySearch September 21, 2021

I saw this recently on FamilySearch – FamilySearch Completes Digitization of Massive Microfilm Collection: https://media.familysearch.org/familysearch-completes-digitization-of-massive-microfilm-collection/. Longer artilce. I included the topics below. Congratulations on getting it done.

September 17, 2021

Effort makes billions of historical genealogy records freely available online

It is a milestone 83 years in the making. Today FamilySearch International announced the completion of a massive project to digitize its collection of millions of rolls of microfilm containing billions of family history records from around the world. The archive containing information on more than 11.5 billion individuals is now freely available to the public on FamilySearch.org.

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History of FamilySearch Records Preservation

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The Microfilm Digitization Timeline

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