MacWorld, June 1995
Excerpt from the review by David Pogue. (page 148)
A real Macintosh genealogy program with GEDCOM input/output, resizable windows, and straightforward navigation--one that lets you attach photos. Is that really so much to ask?
Evidently the creators of Reunion don't think so... Reunion isn't just an outstanding genealogy program; it's an outstanding program, period. It handles every crazy kind of family: foster children, adopted twins, cousin-to-cousin marriages, you name it. You can enter dates in dozens of formats, including friendly forms like "2 years ago" or "25 years old." The program capitalizes for you and reduces your typing by keeping ready a list of names and places you've already entered...