I reproduced an antique Curtis family photo album that was over 100 years old - over 50 original images from the 1800's and early 1900's are included. Let me know what you think of my book and if you're related to anyone who was included in the antique album.…See More
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"My wife's grandfather, Henry Frank Curtis, was born in Vicksburg, Mississippi in 1890 and died in Macomb, Illinois in 1936 after living in St. Clair County, Illinois and Mississippi County, Arkansas. His father, Frank Curtis, was born in…"
Hey, Fran! How are you? I saw you are presenting at the BYU conference? Way to go! Your picture looks great. How do you manage to never age?
No, I'm not going. I got the time off from work several months ago to go, but the price is "steeper" than I remeber, and they just aren't offering classes I want to go to this year, except of course your class :-) I was disappointed. I really look forward to this conference. The most outstanding feature are the keynote speakers, and I will miss hearing them. But $170 is too much for me this year. Maybe I'll keep my time off and just go to the ibrary for four days??? That would be fun!
I hope all is well with your family. I wish you the best with your presentations. I know you will be outstanding!