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  • Randy & Lorraine Decker
    Thank you Saul I did not know that was what that structure was for Thought it would have been some sort of a tool shed?? Very Good I cannot wait to see the
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 25, 2000
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      Thank you Saul I did not know that was what that structure was for Thought
      it would have been some sort of a tool shed?? Very Good I cannot wait to
      see the rest of this stuff ! This is Great Great Stuff!! Thanks
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: <skalbfel@...>
      To: <FJGRailroad@onelist.com>
      Sent: Tuesday, January 25, 2000 9:36 PM
      Subject: [FJGRailroad] ICC Pictures Added


      > From: skalbfel@...
      >
      > I've added the following to the ICC1928 folder:
      > #37 Coal office and scale house at the Coal Co. of Fulton County
      > #49 Foundry on West Fulton St. just west of RR crossing. Torn down early
      '50's??
      > #52 Salthouse in the Gloversville yard. What's a salthouse? Can be seen in
      the
      > "Off to War" picture at the front of Randy's book.
      > #154 Tool and Sandhouse on Broman Ave. Amsterdam. Anyone have and idea
      where
      > this was?
      >
      > JPEG compression sacrifices quality but the only way the pictures will all
      fit
      > in our allotted space is to compress them. I am saving my retouched
      pictures
      > in TIFF format which does not compress the image. Once I have scanned and
      fixed
      > all the pictures then we can come up with a way of distributing them. The
      best
      > way would be to burn a CD-ROM. I don't have one, but that could change.
      Maybe
      > I'll get a tax refund this year, who knows...
      > Saul
      >
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