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The Utah South Hispanic Family History Center was set up to meet the needs of Hispanics in mainly Utah County, Utah, to assist them in finding information about their ancestors from throughout Latin America and other areas where Spanish is predominantly spoken,  
 
The Utah South Hispanic Family History Center was set up to meet the needs of Hispanics in mainly Utah County, Utah, to assist them in finding information about their ancestors from throughout Latin America and other areas where Spanish is predominantly spoken,  
  
It also services two LDS stakes in the central part of Provo Utah, and a few other nearby areas.
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It also services two LDS stakes in the central part of Provo Utah, and a few other nearby areas.  All are welcome.
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=== Location ===
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The Center is located on 800 West in Provo just over two blocks north of Provo Center Street (also known as Highway 114) and is across the street from Dixon Middle School, a junior high school.  The address is 263 North 800 West, and it is on the west side of the street.
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Parking space is limited, so if the six spaces are filled (this building having been previously used as an LDS seminary building few were needed), please park on the street, 800 West.
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=== Hours of Operation ===
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The Center currently operates on the following schedule:
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Tuesdays 6pm to 9pm
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Wednesdays 6pm to 9pm
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Thursdays 6pm to 9pm
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Sundays 6pm to 9pm
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Upcoming closed days:
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Sunday 5 September (Labor Day weekend)
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Sunday 3 October (LDS General Conference weekend)
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Closed Thanksgiving Day and the Sunday after.
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Christmas and New Years holiday weeks.
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=== Resources ===
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20 computers, in two rooms.  One room can be used as a classroom, has basic computer screen projector for this purpose.  All computers are connected to the Internet via DSL. 
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5 microfilm readers
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Small collection of microfilms, concentrated mostly on Latin American areas, although a few are from other areas.  Films from the Family History Library can be ordered for the standard fee.
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Some basic books about family history research.
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=== Contact Info ===
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If you need further information before coming, please feel free to call us at 801-356-0661 during our open hours.

Revision as of 00:45, 25 August 2010

FamilySearch This article describes the services and resources available at a Family History Center, a branch facility of the Family History Library.


The Utah South Hispanic Family History Center was set up to meet the needs of Hispanics in mainly Utah County, Utah, to assist them in finding information about their ancestors from throughout Latin America and other areas where Spanish is predominantly spoken,

It also services two LDS stakes in the central part of Provo Utah, and a few other nearby areas. All are welcome.

Location

The Center is located on 800 West in Provo just over two blocks north of Provo Center Street (also known as Highway 114) and is across the street from Dixon Middle School, a junior high school. The address is 263 North 800 West, and it is on the west side of the street.

Parking space is limited, so if the six spaces are filled (this building having been previously used as an LDS seminary building few were needed), please park on the street, 800 West.

Hours of Operation

The Center currently operates on the following schedule:

Tuesdays 6pm to 9pm Wednesdays 6pm to 9pm Thursdays 6pm to 9pm Sundays 6pm to 9pm

Upcoming closed days:

Sunday 5 September (Labor Day weekend) Sunday 3 October (LDS General Conference weekend)

Closed Thanksgiving Day and the Sunday after. Christmas and New Years holiday weeks.

Resources

20 computers, in two rooms. One room can be used as a classroom, has basic computer screen projector for this purpose. All computers are connected to the Internet via DSL.

5 microfilm readers

Small collection of microfilms, concentrated mostly on Latin American areas, although a few are from other areas. Films from the Family History Library can be ordered for the standard fee.

Some basic books about family history research.

Contact Info

If you need further information before coming, please feel free to call us at 801-356-0661 during our open hours.