|John Legg (#25576668)|
| || member for 13 years, 10 months, 4 days|
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|My father got me started in the fascination of the past. We spent many summer days going through cemeteries and researching at court houses and libraries finding out about or family history. At the time, I found it boring. I respect now what he was trying to show me.|
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I am going to try to find this for you today.
|B.J. Waters||Sammi Kraft|
Hello! I've tried twice to fulfill your photo request: The first time, I was given the wrong location and by the time I went back to the office to clarify, the mausoleum was being locked up. Today I went again, the location in my hand, and when I got there, could not find her crypt! It was 4:20 p.m. and the mausoleum gets locked at 4:30. So after today, my claim will expire. Maybe someone else will have better luck. If no one else claims your request by next Sunday, I will try again.
|Cheryl Ann Enyart||Silver Bridge Memorial|
Your pictures of the fallen bridge are press photos , taken from the internet and none of them are attributed to the original photographer.. Either my father or his editor. Do you get permission to use them from the newspaper who holds the copyright.? I have negatives from my dad's photos of the bridge falling. He was the first reporter on the scene and worked for the Gallipolis Daily Tribune.
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