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Attend our Webinar to Learn about Researching Older Companies!

front page of the business reference guide Doing Historical Company Research: A Resource GuideHave you found an old stock or bond certificate in a relative’s papers, or you are interested in the company that made that cool item you found while antiquing? If so, we have a webinar for you!

We are hosting our Historical Company Research Webinar again and if you couldn’t attend before, here is another opportunity! So please join us on April 13th at 1pm eastern time .

While the class is primarily about using the Library’s resources to do historical research on companies, some of the resources we cover aren’t necessarily specific to the Library, so if you can attend,  you may be able to take what you learn and see if your local public libraries and historical societies have resources that can help with this type of research. We plan on covering print and electronic sources – both free and subscription – as well as giving a few tips and tricks picked up over the years.

If you want to attend, you can register at https://loc.zoomgov.com/webinar/register/WN_EaGhe-99Sm63O974CPcxvg

Individuals requiring accommodations for any of these events are requested to submit a request at least five business days in advance by contacting (202) 707-6362 or [email protected].

*You will receive a Zoom link prior to the webinar*

3 Comments

  1. Janet Livingston
    April 5, 2022 at 3:21 pm

    I feel like this will be an invaluable webinar. Looking forward to it.

  2. James Patras
    April 10, 2022 at 6:28 pm

    Can I attend online without using the zoom platform?

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