Visit with Clayton Library Friends in the Society Showcase at the FGS 2014 Conference in San Antonio 27-30 August 2014.
The Exhibit Hall at this year’s event features a section highlighting FGS member societies and other organizations. Watch this blog in the coming days for a preview of some of these groups; then learn more by visiting their booth in San Antonio.
About Clayton Library Friends
The Clayton Library Center for Genealogical Research is a unit of the Houston Public Library. It houses an international research collection consisting of materials for all 50 states and many foreign countries. The collection contains approximately 100,000 books; 3000 periodicals titles; 70,000 reels of microfilm; a microfiche and microcard collection as well as numerous electronic databases. The mission of the Clayton Library friends is to enrich the resources and facilities of Clayton Library. Their activities include organizing and directing fundraising projects to support the acquisition of research materials for the library, to upgrade library facilities, and to enhance library services. In addition, Clayton Library Friends provides programs that encourage family history research and volunteer specialized services to educate the public in the use of Clayton Library and its collection.
See list of Society Showcase Exhibitors.