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    Storing and appreciating photos

    My house is in a fog bank much of the summer and we don't have any climate control in the house. Each April or May I move photographs (and things that rust) from the house to my garage which has a dehumidifier. Once heating season returns they are welcome back in the house.

    Print exchange participants and LF friends will be happy to know their photos have received the same summer storage care as John Paul Caponigro, Clarence White, and Aaron Siskind.

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    Re: Storing and appreciating photos

    That looks interesting.

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    Re: Storing and appreciating photos

    Nice idea. Looks like you have a nice collection of photographs.

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