They’ve made it home

I quite recently donated the Tryon-Baggallay Papers to the Lewiston Public Library.  After careful consideration and some input by a librarian at the NYPL during a conversation regarding my collection, I weighed the various reasons and decided that the tremendous help I had received from their Adult Services Librarian, Local Historian Michelle Ann Kratts and the eagerness of the Genealogical division to help unravel the mysteries presented by the Papers coming to light, it was a match and there they be!  I have digitized the collection and retain copies of everything; if you are researching the family and wish to consult the collection, I urge you to reach out the Ms. Kratts and the Lewiston Public Library at 305 South 8th Street, Lewiston, New York 14092, or via the link I provided above.  You may also reach out to me and I will help in any way that I can.  But now I can rest assured that these papers have been put into proper preservation and will survive for generations to come.

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