The right to publicity, popularly known as personality rights, in its most basic sense is the right to protect, control, and profit from one's image, name, or likeness.
The British era annals of the records of travellers to Kashmir
Tracing ancestors - Through maps and local histories
Genealogy of slave ancestry
Discovering ancestors - Through land registers
Sepulchre, gravestones and memorials - As a means for tracing ancestory
Discovering ancestors - Through electoral registers
Genealogical co-ordinates - Traced through censuses
Tracing Ancestry through newspapers and magazines
Directories are published lists of peoples' addresses and occupations, which in the 18th, 19th, and early-mid-20th centuries fulfilled broadly the same role as telephone directories do today.