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1659Battlefield gets grant for camera

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  • rotbaron@aol.com
    Jan 8, 2005

      Battlefield Receives Grant from Kodak for a new Professional Camera

      Date: January 06, 2005

      Superintendent John Howard announced today that Antietam Battlefield has
      received more than $4,700 worth of professional digital photography equipment from
      Kodak through the National Park Foundation as part of the Proud Partners of
      America's National Parks program.
      The equipment will be used to upgrade the park's website, provide high
      quality images for the production of new park brochures, create a digital library of
      images to respond to press requests, and assist in the photographic
      documentation of the park's cultural and natural resources. According to Superintend
      Howard, "This generous gift will help us in a myriad of ways and greatly enhance
      the photographic capabilities of the park staff ."
      The donation of the photography equipment is part of Kodak's commitment as a
      Proud Partner of America's National Parks. Through products, people and
      technology, Kodak is working closely with the National Park Foundation and the
      National Park Service to provide innovative ways to increase public awareness and
      appreciation of America's 388 National Parks. In addition to the contribution
      to Antietam, Kodak is providing professional photography equipment worth more
      than $200,000 to 51 other National Parks and Park Partners.
      POSTED BY: Tom Shay

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