Lost Photos in History
- After the Civil War many battlefield glass photo negative were used as windows in bathhouses.
- Most of the combat footage of the Normandy invasion was lost when accidentally dropped into the ocean.
- Recently a camera with undeveloped film was found in a trunk. The developed pictures were of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
How many of us took the time to take photos of the day to day events and friends we met while in Vietnam. Now for most of us those captured moments lay in a shoebox or an old album you can’t seem to find.
Time is running short…..your pictures are deteriorating at a rapid rate. If you do not preserve the events captured in those pictures your personal contribution to Special Forces history will be lost forever.
Preserve Special Forces Team and Camp pictures from the Vietnam War era for your personal use and historic preservation.
All pictures submitted to me will be digitized to a DVD disk at high resolution (600-1200dpi). Corrections will be made for color loss, fading, horizon adjustment, cropping, dust spot removal etc.100 pictures average 10-15 hours of scanning and restoration time.
Any notations to identify the persons, time or events of each picture will be added to the disk.
SUPPORT AND LOGISTICS
I incur all expenses of this project except for the shipping of your pictures, slides or negatives. Anything you have sent to me will be returned along with a DVD disc of your restored pictures. You may place any restrictions on the distribution of these pictures.
COMMAND AND SIGNAL
email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
308 Segovia Road
St. Augustine, FL 32086