Highlights of the last month include restoration of cute faded photo of our client, transfer of old family video tapes, photo printing of one location photographed on two different days, historical albums and photos scanned and printed and long lost negatives revived.
Mary brought in her project because she was tired of trying to be a perfectionist in trying to get everything all together and done at once so she was bringing in this one thing to get done. She brought in an audio cassette which contains an interview with her grandpa in 2002 on the occasion
Lana brought in a 45 record that had her uncle, Lloyd, singing on one side and her cousin, Debbie, on the other. Each sang a song that they had written. One is titled as CornShuck’n Song and the other is “What are we doin on this doggone farm”. Lana brought in her project because
Notable relative: Marcia came in with a fun story about her photo. Her relative, Florence Chauncey, was the first woman to vote in a New York election once it became legal. The wife of a local minister, she cast her vote in the morning at 6:10 a.m. on Jan. 5, 1918. Marcia brought in her collection
Janet & Bruce brought in an old audio cassette that is a recording of their now deceased bird the beloved Mr. Tweet talking and singing. He died several years ago and since then the got a new parakeet and named him Blue. Mr. Tweet was quite a talker while Blue is pretty quiet. The got
Yes, audio can be recorded on a spool of thin steel wire. The first wire recorder was invented in 1898. They saw limited use mostly in the 1920s and 1930s. The wire recorder was the first to use magnetic recording technology. The recording head would magnetize each point along the wire according to the intensity