Historic Property Research Basics | Far Hills Speaker Series

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  Category Local Interest
  Age Groups Adult

 

Sunday, September 18, 2022

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To attend virtually: registration is required.
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2:00 PM | Community Room & Zoom 

About the Program

Last spring the Far Hills Speakers Series presented the platting of Oakwood.  As a follow up to the April presentation, Bill Stolz will present historic property research basics.   

Do you have an interest in learning more about your home and/or past residents? If so, this presentation will provide the basic steps of historic house research and share a variety of local, state, and national resources available in print and online. In addition, Bill will share how to locate and use library resources, property records, government records, maps, and other tools to solve those historical home mysteries.

The Far Hills Speaker Series is presented through a partnership between the Oakwood Historical Society and Wright Memorial Public Library.


About the Presenter

 Bill Stolz

Bill Stolz writes a regular column on archival preservation and enjoys helping others uncover the history of their homes and communities. Bill has had an interest in history since childhood and worked as an archivist and librarian in Kentucky, Missouri, and North Carolina before returning home to Dayton, where he now serves as the branch manager for the Dayton Metro Library Southeast Branch. Bill is a graduate of the Wright State Public History Program.