The 2018 Evening at Ease series at the Eisenhower Presidential Library will begin with a program on using World War II Army unit records to aid in family history research. The presentation will be at 7 p.m. on Feb. 13 in the Visitors Center at the Eisenhower Presidential Library.
Mary Burtzloff, archivist, will present best practices in using the Army unit records collection in conducting your own family history research. The Eisenhower Presidential Library has a vast collection of WWII Unit Records that can be useful especially in combination with military service records.
Burtzloff joined the Eisenhower Presidential Library archival team in 2009. She previously worked at the National Archives in Kansas City where she gained extensive experience in using archival records for genealogical research through her work leading the reference team.