Newspaper about Japan surrender from 1942, interesting photos from 1970 and 1909, 8-track mix recording transferred, video of a twirler on a cruise ship, joke gifts made from photos, tiny prints for a locket for a daughter.
lots and lots of book projects (family history, travel, child's), oral history transfer for library, copyright and and privacy of your video transfer, new staff that joins our team, designing a senior advertisement
Priceless gifts of memories abound! Inspiration from video transfer, photo and slide scanning, photo books about a daughter's early years, damaged records transferred to mp3. What priceless memories do you have hidden in the closet that deserve to be preserved and shared?
Work is coming to us from some people still cleaning up storage areas during the pandemic, others being evacuated by nearby fires, others have lost family members due to covid and are having old family media digitized and some planning ahead with preserved family memory Christmas gifts.
Scanned a very interesting book for a family about their father’s service for the country in being called to active duty to test the A bomb at Bikini Atoll nearly a year after the bomb had already been dropped on Hiroshima. He had pictures and comparisons of the air bomb and the bomb detonated under water.
Learned about a Navy hazing ritual from transferring 8mm film footage, scanning lots of slides and negatives due to covid, divorce and death, restored several photos that were stuck to glass and help 2 clients record some audio/video in the studio for them to share virtually during the pandemic.
Books created for Colleen with all of her documentation and research that she did to join the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Colonial Daughters. It has all of the genealogy back 10 generations to the year 1600. They are documented with ship and immigration records, birth, death and marriage certificates, letters. She included