Arts & Entertainment

Personal Historians Document Family Memoriesi
X
February 21, 2014 4:16 PM
Many Americans preserve their family’s history in home movies or a scrapbook. People interested in documenting their family memories, but who are too busy or don't know how to do it themselves, can hire a professional to do it for them. Those professionals are known as personal historians. VOA's Faiza Elmasry reports.

Personal Historians Document Family Memories

Published February 21, 2014

Many Americans preserve their family’s history in home movies or a scrapbook. People interested in documenting their family memories, but who are too busy or don't know how to do it themselves, can hire a professional to do it for them. Those professionals are known as personal historians. VOA's Faiza Elmasry reports.


You May Like

Obama: Alaskans Feel Signs of Climate Change

They're seeing bigger storm surges as sea ice melts, more wildfires, erosion of glaciers, shorelines More

Katrina Brought Enduring Changes to New Orleans

The city’s recovery is the result of the people and culture the city is famous for, as well as newcomers and start-up industries More

Magical Photo Slides Show Native Americans in Late 1800s

Walter McClintock spent 20 years photographing the Blackfoot Indians and their vanishing culture at the dawn of the modern age More