In recent months, I've begun to work on polishing my research and writing skills and I've discovered that reading genealogy articles is an enjoyable way to study up. It's helpful to hear what people have to say, but it's also helpful to think about how they say it. This evening, I found myself wanting to read through back issues of The Chicago Genealogist , the Chicago Genealogical Society 's quarterly publication, and I discovered digital images of volumes 1-39 are online at CARLI Digital Collections. ("CARLI" stands for "Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois.") I decided to explore the collection and thought it might be useful to share a few things I learned. What do the publications include? Answer: Articles related to Chicago families, book reviews, queries, record transcriptions, and many lists of names of Chicago residents drawn from every imaginable source. So, how do you access the online images?