Frame and Slide Markings. Some specific markings, such as the final acceptance mark and the Ordnance Acceptance mark were always done after finishing. Other marks such as the standard slide manufacturers identification slide legend were always done before final finishing. Still other marks such as the serial number were depending on the time period and the manufacturer applied before, after and both before and after. An example of both before and after is the serial number of the post mid Remington Rands or Ithacas.
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Introduction : In this article, Mary Harrell-Sesniak shows how you can date old, undated family photos by first figuring out what type of photograph they are, and uses old newspapers and other sources to illustrate different types of photos. Mary is a genealogist, author and editor with a strong technology background. Do you have a box of old, undated family photos somewhere up in the attic—or maybe buried in the back of some closet? Have you wondered how you were ever going to figure out who these family members might be, since the old photographs lack inscriptions or dates? Genealogy is a lot like detective work, gathering clues to make the pieces of your family puzzle fit together. Old, undated family photographs are pieces of evidence, clues that—if you examine closely enough—might yield some answers.
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Aug 25, Framing. For most of history, frames were practically an afterthought to everyone but artists—a backdrop to greater paintings and drawings. Artwork was typically given a new frame whenever it changed hands or if the owners did some redecorating and wanted a new frame to match.
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