Can anyone tell me a phone number or email for someone about digitizing records? A record set I want to look at has been digitized (according to a research consultant-on his computer) but still is not public or even protected mode. Is there someone even in the FHL occasionally to talk to? Thank you in advance.
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Since it has been digitized (you can tell yourself if you put the microfilm number in and there is a DGS number beside it--it has been digitized).
I would call this number I found by googling your question:
"If customers need access to a particular film yet to be digitized, they can request to have it added to the priority digitization list by contacting FamilySearch Support (Toll Free: 1-866-406-1830)."0
It has been digitized. I don't know why it's not available yet. I did send in a question to support as well.0
I am not sure these film numbers came through.0