Join us for A Night in Old San Antonio and other great events during the 2014 FGS Conference. Enjoy plenty of research opportunities in two great genealogy libraries.
A Night in Old San Antonio
Join us for this festive FGS event on Friday, August 29, 2014. The San Antonio Conservation Society only puts on ten of these evenings per year. Picture strumming guitars, shining horns, acapella voices of mariachis, and local artisans at work, along with a Mexican buffet and a cash bar.
An Evening at the Institute of Texan Cultures
Our local hosts invite you Wednesday, August 27, 2014 to an evening you won't soon forget. This amazing museum is located directly behind the convention center and contains 65,000 square feet of exhibits and displays that tell the stories of all the cultures that make up the people of the Lone Star State. The event includes a catered barbeque dinner.
911 Melissa Drive San Antonio, TX 78213
This beautiful facility houses a vast collection including books, periodicals, maps, vertical files, microfilm, and family history volumes. SAGHS has published about two dozen volumes of Bexar County records. More...
600 Soledad StreetSan Antonio, TX 78205
Located on the sixth floor of the Central San Antonio Public Library, this collection includes 65,000 microfilms, 77,000 books, 150 drawers of archival files, 75 map cabinet drawers, and approximately 300 cubic feet of archival collections. More...
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The area is rich in historical sites. The Alamo is within walking distance of the convenion center.