Yearly Archive
for: ‘2012’

Digitizing “Back to the Future”

One of the best parts about working here is that we get to see cool stuff every week, and we recently completed another really neat project. Creekside Digital was selected to digitize the original screen-used Hill Valley Telegraph newspaper prop from the movie “Back to the Future” that Michael J. Fox’s character pulls out of a …

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Win this Print at PaLA!

On July 15, 1863, Matthew Brady and his photographic outfit captured this iconic image of three unnamed Confederate prisoners of war. Taken on Seminary Ridge at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, just a few hundred yards from both General Lee’s headquarters and the Lutheran Theological Seminary, this photograph is acknowledged to be one of the finest records of …

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More Exhibits — FLA and MLA 2012

I can confirm that Creekside Digital will be exhibiting at the Florida Library Association 2012 Conference on April 19-20, 2012 in Orlando, FL, as well as the Maryland (and Delaware) Library Association 2012 Conference on May 10-11 in Ocean City, MD.  Our list of conference and trade show appearances is growing — stay tuned for …

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Creekside Digital to Exhibit at MARAC Spring 2012 Meeting

Creekside Digital will be exhibiting at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference Spring 2012 Meeting in Cape May, New Jersey.  The conference is April 12-14 and we will be exhibiting on Friday, April 13th from 8 AM until 5 PM.  Stop by and see us!

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Hey . . . that's the historic railroad depot building that's still in our parking lot, which is also the logo of our frame shop Glen Arm Custom Framing!

A Ride on the Ma & Pa through Baltimore County in PhotosAug 13, 2:00pmHistorical Society of Baltimore CountyRailroad historian Rudy Fischer will take us on a virtual ride - via slides - along the path of the old Maryland and Pennsylvania (Ma & Pa) Railroad through Baltimore County. The Ma & Pa was formed in 1901 through the consolidation of the Baltimore and Lehigh Railway and the York Southern Railroad, and connected Baltimore, Maryland, and York, Pennsylvania, until the 1950s. The Ma & Pa transported passengers, mail, marble and slate, anthracite coal, lumber, manufactured goods, and agricultural products, especially milk, along its picturesque, meandering route.

Part of our Almshouse Speaker Series. Admission $5 per person, free to HSBC members. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, please email us at info@hsobc.org or call us at 410-666-1878.
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A Ride on the Ma & Pa through Baltimore County in Photos
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