The society’s office contains the Mary Berthold Computer Lab, so named because it was made possible by a generous donation from that society member. The lab currently has about twenty computers running the Windows operating system. They are all connected to our office servers and to the internet. They are used by volunteers to enter the data that the society provides on this website, and volunteers also use them to assist visitors with research questions.
This space also contains a digital projector and is often used as a classroom outside of office hours. Here, we can hold Zoom meetings, classes, and other events that rely on modern technology.
Although we have no Macintosh computers as part of our computer network, we have many volunteers who use Macs and can help with genealogy software or other computer-related genealogy questions. Volunteers are always around to assist visitors with technology-related issues. Further, our office is equipped with Wi-Fi, so you may access the internet from your laptop during classes or other events. However, note that this service does not allow visitors to access society servers.
Last modified: 16-Jul-2022 10:35