Don’t let mould destroy your family history

Posted by Ancestry.com.au on May 9, 2014 in Books, Photographs, Tips and Hints

Mould, a five letter word that causes a lot of four letter words from historians around the world. It can destroy your documents and it can make you sick. What do you do when you discover that granddad’s WW1 letters or the family Bible has mould on it? Here are some tips to help you… Read more

Keeping Family Treasures

Posted by Ancestry.com.au on February 28, 2011 in Australia, Books

To coincide with ‘Shake Your Family Tree‘ Open Day, The National Archives of Australia announced the release of Keeping Family Treasures, an illustrated guide on how to look after precious family heirlooms in the home. All families have treasured mementos but those memories could fade away if you don’t look after them. Using the family… Read more