Linda Coffin has been a self-employed editor, publication designer, and avid genealogist for thirty years. She produces family, personal, and community histories, doing background research as necessary. As a lifelong Quaker, she is particularly interested in Quaker history. She also helps families record the histories of their heirlooms. With her long experience in writing, editing, photography, and graphic design, Linda is eager to help people craft their stories into printed forms that can be shared with others.
My long experience in graphic design enables me to be of real assistance to individuals, families, and genealogists as they try to put their research into printed forms that they can be proud to share with others. I also specialize in telling the stories that add life to a family tree. This might involve interviewing family members, doing research into social history and context, or photographing family heirlooms to preserve their histories (ala Antiques Roadshow).
BA (Latin American Studies)
Time Period Specialty:
IA ; MN
; Minneapolis/St. Paul
; Oral History/Interview
3208 East 25th Street
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