Family Archaeologist has migrated to my new website, LindaGartz.com. There you'll find all past and future posts.
I want to thank all my faithful followers for your interest and for the wonderful comments you've made from the blog's beginning on November 17, 2010.
Since then more than 45,000 readers have visited Family Archaeologist. I'm so grateful to each and every one!
I do hope you'll drop by my brighter website, with its fresh new look, and leave a comment to say hello.
You can also check out the start of a second blog, "Letters of a World War II Airman," clickable on the navbar at any page at LindaGartz.com
I post a transcription and the original of the missives to and from my uncle, Frank Ebner Gartz, on or near the 70th anniversary of the writing of each. The blog begins with Frank's induction date into the Army Air Corps on January 23, 1943. The letters give a first-hand look at an eighteen-year-old kid transforming into a seasoned airman. Letters from the home front show how friends and family rally to support the young soldier and expose a mother's worried heart.
At the end of April, 2013, I was invited to join a compendium of more than 100 Chicago bloggers at ChicagoNow. Go to this link: Letters of a World War II Airman on Chicago Now, to find the latest and all future letters.
More changes to come in the future. Thanks again for all your support.