How to set up visit to State Archive in Przemysl, Poland?
Does anyone know how to set up visit to State Archive in Przemysl, Poland and am I too late?
I'm traveling to Poland 2-11Nov2021, and would like to visit the State Archive in Przemysl and try to see the Greek-Catholic Church Records from the area south of there. One of the records I would like to see is Przemysl Archive reference number 56/2051/0, page 31 has the marriage of Michael Kij and Euphemia Sztym in Tworylne, Lisko, Galicia. I find the archive reference number on line, but not the record to view. I don't know if Przemysl has the paper books or just computer images or if this is avaiable else where. The archive online does have other similair numbers like 56/2051/0/-/2 that I can view, but are not what is needed.
I have heard with COVID they may only allow 6/day in the viewing room, when in the past old articles on the Polish State Archives are very open and hospitable for foreigners and there is no special authorization needed to visit any branch of the Polish State Archives or use any of their collection that is available to the public. However, since you have limited time at the Archive, you should contact the Archive branch you plan to visit and tell them when you are coming and what record collections (Fond, Sygnatura) you plan to use. Many of the Archive branches do not have adequate room to store all their collection on site. To make sure the records will be available to you, it is definitely best to plan ahead and let the Archive know what you want to see and when.