Photographs add a great deal to a history by bringing back memories and sharpening details. Readers frequently look to the pictures to tell them what they might want to know more about. Identify pictures, yours and the ones that the committee receives.
Even now, our three-year-old grandson, James, is pointing to the pictures of his seven-year-old brother Robert, and telling us, "that is me, that is James." Unless it is written down, what will James say when he is 30? "That is me, James."
When gathering photographs for mass copying, plan to have them digitized. The procedure produces a sharp, clear image that is easy to reproduce as well as long lasting.
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