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PHOTO UPDATE ON THE ADAH/GSU LOOSE RECORDS MICROFILMING PROGRAM

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Loose records in a state of nature
County records storage area
Maintenance warehouse containing records
Baldwin County loose records volunteers
Winston County volunteers receive their microfilm
 Unprocessed loose records
Examining Elmore County microfilm
Elsdon and Juanita Howard--GSU loose records volunteers
Jefferson County's project on a slow day
Preparing loose records in Chambers County
Robert and Connie Stoneberg (GSU camera operators), Emily Werthington (Cherokee Co. volunteer), Ed Bridges and Lyn Frazer (ADAH staff)
GSU camera operator Lorraine Jenkins at work at ADAH
GSU volunteers preparing and filming county records from the ADAH collection. (Vivian and Jack Colquett, Richard and Lorraine Jenkins, Winston and Millie Stockman)
Tallapoosa County records storage area renovated as part of the loose records project
'Guardian of the Public Record' (found in the storage shed in picture #3)

Photos from left to right: Row 1, #1. Loose records in a state of nature. #2. County records storage area. #3. Maintenance warehouse containing records. #4. Baldwin County loose records volunteers. #5. Winston County volunteers receive their microfilm.

Row 2, #6 Unprocessed loose records. #7. Examining Elmore County microfilm. #8. Elsdon and Juanita Howard--GSU loose records volunteers. #9. Jefferson County's project on a slow day. #10. Preparing loose records in Chambers County.

Row 3, #11. Robert and Connie Stoneberg (GSU camera operators), Emily Werthington (Cherokee Co. volunteer), Ed Bridges and Lyn Frazer (ADAH staff). #12. GSU camera operator Lorraine Jenkins at work at ADAH. #13. GSU volunteers preparing and filming county records from the ADAH collection. (Vivian and Jack Colquett, Richard and Lorraine Jenkins, Winston and Millie Stockman). #14. Tallapoosa County records storage area renovated as part of the loose records project. #15."Guardian of the Public Record" (found in the storage shed in picture #3).




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