Research in Salt Lake City
The Humble Area Genealogical Society invites everyone to join us for our research trip to Salt Lake City. Our trip is planned October 17-24, 2018.
This trip is open to anyone interested in genealogical research, and you need not be a member of our society to join us.
Genealogists from beginners through advanced will benefit from the record collections at the Family History Library. We are staying at the Plaza Hotel at Temple Square next door to the library.
This trip includes 7 nights, and transportation and baggage handling to and from the hotel, and 5 full days of research in the Family History Library.
Airfare and Meals not included.
A preparation meeting will be held to help acquaint you with the FHL catalog and prepare for the trip.
For more information or questions, please call: Patsy McLaughlin 832-439-8045 or email
About the Family History Library
The Family History Library has 5 floors holding the largest genealogical collection in the world—it is especially strong for the United States, British Isles, Scandinavia, Mexico, and parts of Germany, but also has material from all parts of the world. Includes civil vital births, marriages, and deaths, church records, county and local histories, court records, military records, probate records, American passenger arrival lists and naturalization, and land records, census, plus many databases online.
Over 500 public guest computers
Over 300 microfilm readers
36 microfiche readers
27 digital microfilm and microfiche copiers (to paper or to flash drive)
3 HD book scanners
14 book copiers (to paper or to flash drive)
Seating capacity for 375 at tables
Orientation and research classes