Do your ’76 Bicentennial photos need a rescue?

by Sally J.

in * How to PRESERVE Family History Treasures, Free Articles / Blog

I realized this week that it’s getting close to 40 years since America celebrated its Bicentennial.

My small home town (technically a village) went all-in on the celebrations. We painted all the fire hydrants and mail boxes red, white and blue. Put up extra bunting in addition to the regular 4th of July bunting.

Here’s a picture of me in my parade-worthy outfit:

Are your '76 Bicentennial photos trapped in a sticky magnetic album? Practical Archivist can help you with a rescue!

Are your ’76 Bicentennial photos trapped in a sticky magnetic album?   I invented a Photo Rescue Kit to help you rescue them.

 

 

I’m here to tell you that if you’re keeping those 1976 photos in a sticky magnetic album like this:

stickymag_propaganda

They are in what I call the “CHEMICAL SANDWICH OF DOOOOOM!”

Here’s a kit I invented to help you rescue them, just click the photo to learn what’s in it and how it can help you:

All the hand tools you need to rescue your photos from the Chemical Sandwich of Dooom!

All the hand tools you need to rescue your photos from the Chemical Sandwich of Dooom!

Microspatula Rescue

It’s a separating tool, not a cutting tool.

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