Find, Post or ID Photos online

Find, Post or ID Photos online

Photo Reunion Sites Please be aware that not all of these sites are nonprofit: &#149 Ancestors' Lost & Found www.rootsweb.com/~neresour/ancestors/: Part of the Nebraska GenWeb project, this site allows individuals to post photographs they've found as well as photographs that need identification. Photographs must be Nebraska-related. &#149 Ancestral...

Photo Reunion Sites
Please be aware that not all of these sites are nonprofit:

&#149 Ancestors’ Lost & Found
www.rootsweb.com/~neresour/ancestors/: Part of the Nebraska GenWeb project, this site allows individuals to post photographs they’ve found as well as photographs that need identification. Photographs must be Nebraska-related.

&#149 Ancestral Photos
pw1.netcom.com/~cityslic/photos.htm: This site lists photographs found at auctions and in antique stores. Each caption contains a brief description of the items. Most sell for $10 each.

&#149 Civil War Family Photographs
members.tripod.com/~cwphotos/: Site for sharing your photographs of Civil War participants.

&#149 Ford and Nagle
users.erinet.com/31363/fordand.htm: Family photographs can be searched by surname and then purchased.

&#149 PhotoFind Searchable Database
www.everton.com/photofind/phfind.html: Search the database or add a surname to their card file. Copies of these images are available for purchase.

&#149 Your Past Connections
www.pastconnect.com: Search their collections or submit a request.

Message Boards

Post an inquiry about your family photographs on a surname message board. You may be able to meet new relatives and discover additional family photos.

&#149 Ancestry.com
Ancestry.com

&#149 Genealogy.com
www.genealogy.com

Other Helpful Sites

&#149 George Eastman House
www.eastman.org: If you need to know more about a particular photographer, you can search this database. The site also features a timeline of photographic history.

&#149 Wallace Library Guides
wally.rit.edu/pubs/guides/photobio.html: Learn more about photo history by consulting bibliographies of 19th-century photographic processes.

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