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National SUP Library Update

by John Smith, AVP Library Director

As some of you are aware, the National Library volunteers have been working hard to accomplish the library document preservation project. We are indexing and digitizing all books and documents in the library area. We want you to have easier access to our pioneer .

We have developed a library website that shows a listing of the books and memorialized pioneers we currently have cataloged. We still have many more to catalog and index. The library website is suplibrary.org. We hope you will use it to discover what parts of your pioneer heritage might be contained here. The website is very easy to use. The book listing is by last name first of a person or title of the book. The pioneer memorialization listings is by last name first (Smith, John). If you find a person or book of interest in our website, write down the key # and contact us at [email protected] COM or call the National Library at 801-484-4441 ext. 4. We can email or use Dropbox to send you the digitized document if available for your research depending on any copyright issues.

If you would like to help with indexing or digitizing the library, please contact us if you want to volunteer at the library or work from home. Either way can be accommodated for volunteer work. We would appreciate your help. Just contact us.

Volunteers would be helping in 1 of 12 main areas.

  • Books;
  • Pioneer memorialization and Stories;
  • Chapter newsletters and histories;
  • Pioneer Magazines;
  • Photograph collections;
  • Periodicals;
  • Maps;
  • Historical Sites;
  • Family Search assistance;
  • Member obituaries;
  • Trailmarker;
  • Chapter scholarship and Essay documents.

Our National library hours of operation are currently Monday thru Thursday from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Remember National has 3 great websites namely suplibrary.org, .org and supl847.com for your use. SEE YOU SOON!!!

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