Photo memories: Dickinson Museum Center digitizes collection
Pioneers stand beside a log house. Women operate a telephone switchboard. Farmers pick up lumber with horse-drawn wagons. All of these images create a collective view of the region's past, but they were hidden in boxes of negatives -- until now.
The Dickinson Museum Center is creating a digital archive of its regional photographic negatives -- all 100,000 of them.
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