The following announcement was written by the Genealogical Forum of Oregon:
Uploaded a quarter million digital pages and made them available to members in the
GFO website’s MemberSpace
Provided 503 lookups for members during the pandemic library closure
Hosted 253 online classes and meetings
Thousands more are uploaded every week. Volunteers scan documents, use software to make printed text word searchable, name and organize the files, and upload them to the website. These include Oregon birth, death, and marriage records; genealogical journals; manuscript collections; and dozens of eBooks that provide cemetery records, pioneer registers, vital records indexes, and
The public can get a glimpse of what is available here: https://gfo.org/resources/memberspaceresources.html
These resources will remain available to members in the GFO’s MemberSpace, even after the library reopens for research in a few weeks. Lookups for members who cannot visit the library will continue as well. All special interest groups, seminars, workshops and board meetings will continue to be held online.
The world is digital and the GFO has embraced this new reality.