GRIFFIN DEVELOPMENT SERVICES PROVIDES
Organizations and businesses of all types have a wealth of resources that can assist in their growth and development. Individuals and families also have treasures that benefit from organization and identification. Cataloging, preserving and sharing archival and artifact collections can contribute greatly to the reach of your organization or your family. Services are provided to professionally manage these collections and explore the possibilities of inviting a larger community to discover these resources and for organizations to develop stronger connections and financial support.
Historical research is an exciting journey whether you are discovering your family history, exploring a specific site, group, business or interesting topic. Regardless of the subject the pursuit can be challenging. Knowing where and how to research information and documents can save a great deal
of time and frustration. Griffin Development Services can provide research support to assist in your journey or conduct the research directly. We
also provide services to creatively present and preserve your research
for generations to come.
Preserve. Share. Connect.
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It is safe to say that most of us have many Disneyland and Disney stories we love to share with others. Our memories and the iconic images from the theme park(s) connect us. Our two special projects "Remembering Main Street, U.S.A at Disneyland" and "Disney Images & History" will provide opportunities for us to connect and learn more about the history behind these nostalgic, joyful, and inspiring Disney aspects that are part of our culture, past, present, and future. Join us as we share the "happiest" journey.
Remembering Main Street, U.S.A. at Disneyland and Disney Images & History
The Carson City Community Archive is a special project of Griffin Development Services, LLC. Our goal is to collect, preserve and share all aspects of Carson City, Nevada's history to build connection among local residents, businesses, and organizations and with a larger community.
Visit www.carsoncitycommunityarchive.com to learn more.