Microfilm Scanning FAQ

What kind of microfilm do I have? Can you scan it for me?

Can you take this roll of microfilm and print out everything on it for me?

When I send you my microfilm, what will I get back?

Can you deliver my files on CD? FTP?

My microfilm contains 2-up frames (left and right facing pages microfilmed together as a single frame) -- can you split them into separate left and right pages?

What is reduction ratio?

What reduction ratios are commonly used for different types of microfilm?

Do I need to know the reduction ratio of my microfilm before I send it to Creekside Digital?

Can you create microfilm from my paper documents / books / newspapers?

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Library conservators discuss their work on the Emily Howland Album, containing 48 rare photographs dating to the 1860s -- including a previously unrecorded portrait of Harriet Tubman and images of other abolitionists -- which was conserved and digitized by the Library and will be exhibited for the first time at the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture in 2018. More: www.loc.gov/item/prn-18-023/?loclr=fbloc
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Let's get digital in this week's Link Love!

Librarians at the The White House Historical Association have digitized 25,000 previously uncatalogued slides! In case you missed it, Missing Scientists' Faces blog shared 28 days of African American female scientists during #BlackHistoryMonth. Check out some of the Digital Public Library of America's primary source sets for #WomensHistoryMonth. Let's check in with the Olympic games archivist now that it's over. Lastly, the Dallas Cowboy cheerleader uniforms are now part of the National Museum of American History.

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