Handling Inherited Research and Objects – An Interview with Lahni Carney

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In this episode, New Media Editor Rachel Christian talks with her cousin, professional organizer Lahni Carney about handling inherited research and items with care.

Feature: Organization for Family Historians

Professional organizer Lahni Carney explains all that goes into professional organizing and how family historians can strategize to preserve their most valuable research and items.

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Guest Host: Rachel Christian, New Media Editor