Do you have pictures or other images that you would like to share? Just send electronic copies to the webmaster (see “Contacts”).
Please include as much information as you can. Rudyard Kipling, who was a journalist among other things, said: “I keep six honest serving men (They taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When and How and Where and Who.” That’s what we need. If you did not take the pictures yourself then please include copyright information.
We need your best photos, from all eras. You old-timers have boxes of 35 mm slides that you haven’t looked at in decades. Pick out the best and digitize them. Likely you’ve thought for years, off and on, about doing that so you can share them with family and friends. Now is the time. Just Google “digitize 35 mm slides” to find equipment to do it yourself or services to do it for you. You FNGs who took digital photos will have it easy.
Once you have digitized the images you can, and should, digitally annotate them with Kipling’s “Six Honest Serving Men.” Your children and grandchildren will treasure them if they know what they are looking at. (Personal note: My parents’ photo albums are largely useless to me now because everyone is dead who knew who those people were. I am trying not to do that to my kids and grandkids. S/F, Chuck Johnson)