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Question: I get a message “Image not available” even after I have registered and signed in. Why can’t I view the images?
Answer: FamilySearch has limited rights, granted by the record custodians, to publish images for the Portugal, Viana do Castelo, Catholic Church Records, 1537-1909 to patrons with an LDS login (members of the sponsoring organization). These images are available on microfilm which can be ordered from the Family History Library to a FamilySearch Center for viewing. To find a FamilySearch Center near you click here, and for instructions on ordering microfilm click here.
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○ The name of this collection.
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