Request a Vault Film before Visiting the Family History Library

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In order to view these films at the library you must order them from the vault. It may take up to three days for a microfilm to be delivered to the library.  
 
In order to view these films at the library you must order them from the vault. It may take up to three days for a microfilm to be delivered to the library.  
  
Go to [http://film.familysearch.org/fhl http://film.familysearch.org/fhl]   
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Go to [https://www.familysearch.org/films/fhl https://www.familysearch.org/films/fhl]&nbsp;&nbsp; <br>
  
 
Note that films marked "vault" in the Family History Library catalog can be ordered to a Family History Center just like any other film.  
 
Note that films marked "vault" in the Family History Library catalog can be ordered to a Family History Center just like any other film.  

Revision as of 01:46, 8 January 2012

How to order films from the Granite Mountain Record Vault

Not all microfilms listed in the Family History Library Catalog are stored at the Family History Library. Some microfilms are stored in the Granite Mountain Records Vault. Catalog entries for vault films contain the word Vault above their film numbers.

Vault film listing in FHLC

In order to view these films at the library you must order them from the vault. It may take up to three days for a microfilm to be delivered to the library.

Go to https://www.familysearch.org/films/fhl  

Note that films marked "vault" in the Family History Library catalog can be ordered to a Family History Center just like any other film.