Our June meeting will be held virtually using Zoom, in conjunction with the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh. Karen Stanbury will present "The Everleigh Sisters: A Case Study in Conflict Resolution."
Meet Ada and Minna---Chicago's most famous sisters who operated the ultra-luxurious bordello known as the Everleigh Club from 1900 until it was closed by mayoral order in 1911. Learn to sort fact from fiction as we study their fabricated lives from birth to death.
Karen Stanbary, MA, CG, holds a Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work from the University of Chicago. She specializes in complex problem-solving using genetic and documentary sources and the Genealogical Proof Standard. Karen’s regional specialties include Midwestern United States, Chicago, and Mexico. She is bilingual (Spanish). She is a coordinator and faculty member at the genealogical institutes—GRIP, IGHR, and SLIG. The National Genealogical Society honored her with the NGSQ Award for Excellence for her complex evidence case study incorporating traditional documentary research and autosomal DNA analysis in the June 2016 issue of the National Genealogical Society Quarterly. She holds the credential Certified Genealogist from the Board for Certification of Genealogists where she serves as a Trustee and chair of the DNA Standing Committee. (GRIP June 2021 and July 2021).
Please click HERE to register for this meeting; you will receive an email message containing links to use for joining the June 21st Zoom meeting and for downloading the handout.