Images only available at FHC-can they be saved to sourcebox and viewed later at home?
No. If you want to view the image later, you will need to download it and save it.2
Paul W ✭✭✭✭✭
There was a discussion here (a day or two ago) showing there is often difficulty in recognising whether material viewed at a FHC might have restricted access - i.e., not clear if you can view at home, or not. To be on the safe side, save the record to your Sources (if only so you can easily view it again on your next visit to the FHC), but download it to your memory stick in case of difficulties. Remember, access status can change over time - some of the images I could view from home a few years ago cannot be accessed from there any longer.3
And the same applies to records you find online on any site - if you want it, save it today because it may not be there tomorrow.
Case in point - Find My Past had the images for the RC Archdiocese of New York baptisms and marriages, through 1920. As of 1 Oct 2022, the images were removed with no warning. An apparent contract dispute and pfft.3
Thanks for the responses. The images cannot be downloaded or printed due to the agreement Family Search has with the State Archives of t he e Ukraine. They can only be saved to family search, but I don't want to attach them to an individual until I have fully researched the item. That's why I want to save them to source box, but if they can't be viewed at home that will not help. I'm trying to avoid thousands of hours of at the FHC.0