These branches are called Family History Centers.The Centers have data records on microfilm and microfiche and will order additional records from Salt Lake City for a small fee.
So, it's possible to find information about marriages that took place over 100 years ago in old newspapers, which may be available on microfiche in public libraries.
These have been put on microfiche (or photocopied in books) by many historical societies and copies are available in your local library's genealogy room.
If you want to go in person to the Municipal Archives, you can pay a small fee to use the microfiche and search for the death certificate yourself.
Users may search for and download these records to their computer, or may purchase a CD or microfiche copy.
The 1930 census was copied to 2,667 microfiche rolls; the original paper schedules no longer exist.
These are often available on microfiche or in transcripts at your local library's genealogy room.
They will also help you order microfilm and microfiche resources from the Family History Library.
Since then, the microfiche has been scanned into computer programs and is available online.