Local historians from throughout New York meet in Batavia
The Government Appointed Historians of Western New York are holding their annual meeting at Rochester Club [email protected]'s restaurant in Batavia today.
Above, Robert Lowell Goller, Aurora town historian and East Aurora village historian, talks about maintaining independence as a municipal historian. Other speakers covered topics on digital changes in the local history field, controversies, scandals surrounding the papers of Warren G. Harding and discovering early Masonic treasures in Upstate. Micheal Eula, Genesee County Historian, gave the first talk of the day on a brief overview of local history in action.