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The great success the magazine has enjoyed has lead to the publication of The Family Chronicle Collection and subsequent four Family Chronicle Years (titled Year 2-5 respectively). Each book is a compendium of the articles from each year of Family Chronicle so readers need not miss the best of the magazine. Other book titles include the enormously popular Dating Old Photographs 1840-1929, a proven tool to assist with discovering the dates of undated family photographs, and Family Chronicle's Introduction to Genealogy, an excellent companion to any newcomer to the field of genealogy.
From the same team also comes History Magazine, which looks at the social history of our ancestors. The success of History Magazine has produced two year books: History Magazine Volume One and History Magazine Volume Two.
As a photo collector I've got probably a dozen books on dating photos. They range from excellent to barely useful. This book is barely useful. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jay Colt
Intially, I was a little disappointed by the small volume of photos in the book and its explanations. The more I read it, I found that my first impression was premature. Read morePublished 12 months ago by William
I have many old photos of family members dating back into mid 19th century. This book was a big help in identifying when these may have been taken.Published 13 months ago by V. Eicke
I thought this book would be of help in dating my own photos, but it needs more explanation to do that. Read morePublished on August 4, 2011 by Beverly Brown
I felt I needed this book for the old photos that have nothing written on them. Style does give a possible time frame to work from which is what we often need. Read morePublished on August 4, 2008 by Annette Verniest