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  • Sandie McClellan

    Lovely post at Chookooloonks about why it's important to print photos and preserve a family record. And so much more about photography ******

  • Karen Walrond

    On Chookooloonks: the story of my family, printed photographs and a bonus Trinidadian pelau recipe! #KinseyUntold http://www.chookooloonks.com/blog/my-untold-story

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Ideas, tips and tricks on where to print your photographs. Also a print comparison with some photos printed at several different places.

Deadfred.com, a great way to share photos of unknown people so their descendants can find them, and a great place to look for your own ancestors' photos.

  • Valerie Stiles

    I go to a lot of estate sales here in Portland, Oregon and I see a lot of old family photos like this! And I always wonder who they are and why didn't their ancestors keep these beautiful old photos! So sad! It just makes me so sad! But, a lot of people just don't care. This looks like a good place to post some of my old photos!

  • Connie Smith

    It's too bad because they are someone's family.

  • Alexis Kuzmick

    This is exactly the type of thing I just got online to find! Thank you!!! I look on eBay sometimes for items related to my family tree- last week I found an old 1770s bible belonging to my husband's ancestor. Unfortunately the seller is asking $500 & hubby said no :(

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