Yes you can enter the archives if lucky enough to be in the right place. You should publish what you have.
Quote 'surveys of these earliest settlers in books as old as the County was established in the late 1700's. These very expensive to produce books in their day, still using quilled pen and calligraphic written entries, such as also found in the book I read for the 1st. time online pertaining to John Greaves's metrologic studies, with the elongated scrolling s's that always looked like f's. LOL! Back then, these books were housed in a term called vaults, which they probably were stored in long ago, but now in a modern building facility with good central air ventilation, because the dust rising from the constant opening and shutting of them could generate quite a cloud of paper dust in the air after a busy day's activities by lawyers, and their paralegal staff conducting title searches on properties sometimes extending back to those earliest volumes. Long ago, smoking tobacco products produced in this region also brought back to Europe by these first inhabitants was still permitted in the vault, which oddly enough, had a counter adverse positive health effect due to the sticky tar smoke keeping the dust to a minimum and stuck to the volumes instead of the air. LOL!"
Great material. You know I was once in a place somewhat like you have described not a 'modern building' but in Oxford a basement and another in Vancouver also a basement. Talking to people who are not up to speed.
If you still have access copy.
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