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July 31, 2007

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Wendi Manuel-Scott

O.K. let me just say as a professor of African American history I am completely blown away by the goldmine you discovered. I hope that you have the chance to encourage this wonderful woman to correctly preserve her memories. She might even consider donating the documents to a library/archive. I am sure it was almost an out of body experience to be in the presence of such history. WOW! JUST WOW!

Molly

Lisa: Isn't that remarkable! Although I don't know you, I can imagine you gently touching each page, devouring each caption. This really is a gift (even from a mere aquantance) a peek into a life. A peice of history, one of a kind. It's anthropolgie. There's no doubt the books we create today will be treasured as much or moreso, given the advent of so many computer-generated images. (I'm not suggesting that digital isn't good - I use some) Your photographs are amazing. Thanks for sharing this. - Molly

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