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The GS (Genealogical Society) film numbers refer to a former catalog numbering system. They were five-digit numbers followed by a one- to four-digit part number. Here are several ways to convert the old GS film numbers into the current Family History Library film numbers.  
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The old GS (Genealogical Society) film numbers refer to a former catalog numbering system. They were five-digit numbers followed by a one- to four-digit part number. Here are several ways to convert the old GS film numbers into the current Family History Library film numbers.  
  
 
*Use the "[[:Category:Old microfilm number conversion|Old microfilm number conversion]]" charts in this wiki.<br>  
 
*Use the "[[:Category:Old microfilm number conversion|Old microfilm number conversion]]" charts in this wiki.<br>  

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The old GS (Genealogical Society) film numbers refer to a former catalog numbering system. They were five-digit numbers followed by a one- to four-digit part number. Here are several ways to convert the old GS film numbers into the current Family History Library film numbers.

If you need to convert an old GS book number, consult one of these resources, most of which are available on film or fiche.

See Also

Old Book and Film Numbers Used by the Family History Library
Converting Old FHL Film Numbers to Current Numbers
Category:Old microfilm number conversion