Re: [genphoto] Re: Newspapers
- I recently read in that most of the LDS efforts at preserving records are now using digital photography and that the LDS Church is in the process of converting the most usedold microfilm records into digital format. I am wondering if this method would still require the bound volumes to be cut to preserve them. I doubt it.
Sent: Mon, 3 Jul 2006 6:28 PM
Subject: [genphoto] Re: Newspapers
I just joined this group and found your message in the archives.
I have a co-worker who is Mormon, who said that if people are
concerned about preserving records, they can contact their nearest
LDS Family History Center. They will, then, call a team, who
microfilms records, to come microfilm the records in question.
I was specifically asking about old courthouse records, and relayed
that to a couple of counties that had expressed concern about their
I don't know if this would apply to newspapers, but it wouldn't hurt
Hope they have been able to take care of this already. Just an FYI.
--- In email@example.com, Arleen <as_esu@...> wrote:
> A few years ago I was working on indexing the obits found in an
> newspaper. The very early issues of that paper have never been
> microfilmed and the only copies I know are held in bound volumes
> newspaper office. Sadly I could not even touch those volumes but
> were still intack, atleast enough that they might still be able to
> microfilmed. I begged the publisher and editor to get these bound
> volumes filmed. But they knew that in doing so the bindings would
> to be cut and the volumes distroyed. And they were not willing to
> this happen. So what good are those bound volumes! I would be so
> to be able to read them on microfilm. Atleast on film one can read
> historical contant that was once published.
> Just my opion
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