11 May 2010

Sacramento: Handwriting analysis for genealogy?, May 16

Imagine what insights we might learn about our ancestors through samples of their handwriting?

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Sacramento (California) will host Leslie Nye for a presentation on handwriting analysis on Sunday, May 16.

It begins at 10 am at the Albert Einstein Residence Center, 1935 Wright St., Sacramento.

Nye is recognized as a noted speaker and trainer in the area of graphanalysis, handwriting analysis for personality assessment, and has facilitated a number of presentations for regional and national audiences. In 2006, she received the highest award of the International Graphoanalysis Society Graphoanalyst of the Year.

With more than 30 years of successful experience with large corporations, She continues to work part-time in her own business, and holds a full-time position as career advisor for DeVry University, Sacramento.

Fee: no charge; all may use the JGSS library.

Click here for more information about  the Jewish Genealogical Society of  Sacramento.

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