Edsel

On September 4, 1957 (also known as “E-Day”) Ford Motor Co. unveils the Edsel. Thirteen hundred Edsel dealers offered four models for sale: the larger Citation and Corsair and the smaller Pacer and Ranger. For months, the company had been running ads that simply pictured the car’s hood ornament. Everything else about the car was …

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PC – 30 years

It was in August thirty years ago, that IBM entered the personal computer market. There were other computers available at the time including the Apple II, Tandy’s TRS-80 and the Commodore PET. The original PC model 5150 came with 16 kilobytes of memory, one 5.25 in. floppy drive (or a cassette drive), a mono color …

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RGS new website

Rochester Genealogical Society has moved their website. It is now at: www.nyrgs.org/. For now both the old and the new website address will work. They moved because of limitations on file size that could be uploaded to RootsWeb. There are plans to upload Church records that the Church Records Group has been filming. They will …

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