Vicki drawing of her father while he was in the service in the 40s. The sketch is over 80 years old and she had just taken it out of the frame for the first time to scan. We reprinted 6 copies of it for her to share. Carol the youngest of 8 brought in the …
My newsletters from Leave A Legacy had to take a few months off since we have been short staffed for a while and we are blessed with lots of Legacy projects to work on. Here are several of the highlights!
Teresa brought in a collection of 74 audio cassettes to be transferred to mp3 files. The cassettes are all recordings made of her dad reading classic books. He is very expressive. They have copies of all of the books to follow along. These mp3 files will now be played for his great grandchildren. What a great treasure to pass down through the generations. Check out his wonderful voice as he introduces the book “All Creatures Great and Small” that he is going to read.
family treasures, voices from the past, historical documents scanned and contrast improved, puppy and baby images, photos with a great story to tell.
Expanding our operation to another site in Wellington, sharing fun projects and their stories (grandma’s recipe book pages, Stock show ribbons from 1932, military photos and films) are shared.
lots and lots of book projects (family history, travel, child’s), oral history transfer for library, copyright and and privacy of your video transfer, new staff that joins our team, designing a senior advertisement
transfer of oral histories, pilot recording during military conflict, guide to get photos from your iphone, restored photo with Santa, print and bind a book written by a child, and much, much more.
Work is coming to us from some people still cleaning up storage areas during the pandemic, others being evacuated by nearby fires, others have lost family members due to covid and are having old family media digitized and some planning ahead with preserved family memory Christmas gifts.
A pen with audio recorded on it, restoration of some young love birds, big bad audio intro to dad’s radio program and info about Costco closing it’s photo center.
Packed with inspiration from our clients. Whether it is Fire Safety hints from Smokey the Clown, old 1st day of school photo, and 1923 swimming hole.