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Harrison Eiteljorg, II
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In the issue of the newsletter for last September was an item (in the Miscellaneous section) conerning 35 mm. slides that might need a home in order to be preserved for future scholars. This issue had come to my mind as I pondered the future of the thousands of slides I had accumulated over the decades of my life in archaeology.
I am happy to report that there is, in fact, a place where such slides can go to be cared for and made available: the Archaeology Data Service in Britain. Please see this page at the ADS site for instructions. Contributors must have the slides scanned and send the scans to the ADS, but the images will be retained there, with an indexing system that will permit them to be found by users.
-- Harrison Eiteljorg, II
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