Can biographies, documents and/or genealogies by submitted to FamilySearch?
If such documents are of general genealogical interest - say containing information on 100's of individuals, as a privately held biography, or a family bible would be another example - and scanning the document results in a file bigger than 15MB - could they be submitted to FamilySearch so they become generally available?
You may want to take a look at the following knowledge article which is from our Help Center at FamilySearch which explains what types of things can be donated to FamilySearch or to the Family History Library.
This article provides some guidelines about donations as well as providing a link to the form that must be filled out to make a donation.
It is understandable that some biographies or detailed information in a family bible might be more than 15MB, but if you wish to include these items in your memories, please remember you can create PDF documents if they are larger than 15MB and perhaps label them as Part 1, Part 2, etc. You can also create an album which can contain all of these memories in one location. Details about creating documents and albums can be located in our Help Center. We hope this information is helpful.1
Thank you for your question regarding if or how documents of general genealogical interest can be submitted to FamilySearch so they can become available to others.
We found a knowledge article in the Help Center in FamilySearch that gives instructions, as well as guidelines, on how to donate documents to the family history library.
We hope this article answers your question and thank you for contacting FamilySearch in the Community.
Sincerely, FamilySearch https://www.familysearch.org/help/helpcenter/article/how-do-i-donate-to-the-family-history-library0