Digital version of EWZ58 films
I’d like to know if I can have digital copy of microfilms of my family? These are EWZ58 microfilms.
I'm interesting in films 322826, 322827 . There should be info about Johannes Bartle, Raphael Bartle and Lydia Bartle.
I found at https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/734631?availability=Family%20History%20Library that such films are located in Family History Library https://www.familysearch.org/fhcenters/locations/?c=1547178
Collection/Shelf International B1 Floor Film
Is there any paid or donation-based option for me to get digital copy of such microfilms?
Thank you in advance,
A van Helsdingen ✭✭✭✭✭
Every film that has a DGS number has been digitized by FamilySearch. However there is a film reel symbol in the Format column. This indicates that FS does not have permission to publish the digital microfilms under any circumstances. You can not view the digitized films even at a Family History Center or if you are a Latter Day Saint.
These records are less than 100 years old, and so the reason that FS can't publish them is likely to be privacy laws. There's an interesting comments in the notes: "The information in these records shall not be used so as to cause pain or embarassment to any living person", reflecting the sensitive nature of these records.
I suggest looking at the FamilySearch Wiki to see if there's information about these records. Another forum user with expertise may answer here and give you advice. Otherwise, you'll have to contact the record owner and ask if it's possible to get access to these records.1