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Glen Arm, MD area circa WWI

Glen Arm, MD area circa WWI

Greetings and Happy New Year! 2010 was another great year for our company. Despite a bad recession, we managed to bring on new customers and continue delivering high-quality images to our ever-expanding customer base. Additionally, we announced a new microfilm scanning partnership with LYRASIS, the nation’s largest regional membership organization for libraries and information professionals.

We’ve also made significant investments in our growth and infrastructure, and plan on expanding our suite of services very soon. To that end, we are relocating our operations to Glen Arm, MD in the beautiful Long Green Valley Historic District, about 15 minutes from our current location in Towson.

Effective February 1, 2011, our new address will be:

Creekside Digital
5200 Glen Arm Road
Suite Q
Glen Arm, MD 21057

With triple the square footage of our current location, our main imaging studio will now be housed in a fireproof concrete vault which ironically once functioned as a corporate archives facility. This will allow us to stay focused on our mission of providing the highest quality images available anywhere, at any price.

Please contact us should you be planning to send materials to us before February 1.

Also, if you haven’t already — please visit our Facebook Page. It contains up-to-the-minute happenings around the shop, news and announcements, and links to related articles which may be of interest to our customers, partners, and friends. It’s updated a lot more frequently than this blog, so you may want to “Like It” to keep tabs on us.

Have a great 2011!

– Jim and the team at Creekside Digital

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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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#Digitization is cool (and important), but remember that it really just enables what comes next. What are the killer apps that will consume all of this unlocked cultural heritage content?How can you use library collections as data to answer questions? For example, how can computational methods help determine who wrote the Federalist Papers? medium.com/@librarycongress/collections-as-data-40422b043f5a ... See MoreSee Less

#Digitization is cool (and important), but remember that it really just enables what comes next.  What are the killer apps that will consume all of this unlocked cultural heritage content?

 

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