Greetings from Polish School Children

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children-postcardsHelp PARI index, transcribe, and share genealogical records and family histories. We’re busy this winter cataloging materials to help researchers document their Polish ancestors. If you can’t make it to the Panorama Room on Fridays where we meet – we can send a record or two to you!
Our current project includes almost 100 loose sheets of Polish greetings from school children signed in 1922. They were created to thank American for our efforts during World War I. We’re extracting the names of all the students. Our collection is similar in design, tone, and spirit to the vast ‘Emblem of Good Will’:A Polish Declaration of Admiration and Friendship for the United States of America. Please contact Ceil at if you would like to participate. Can’t do the transcriptions? Please consider donating to help us conserve the individual sheets.