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Posted by Marc Stilson on August 15, 2001 at 11:25:26:

I have a family portrait from 1920. I can't seem to find anyone that will make me a copy. All my family in the photo all dead. The photographer is unknown and also dead (no one to obtain a copyright release form); his business is no longer in existance. What can I tell these $6.00 clerks in electronic/photo stores to convince them to copy my family photo? Any advice would be appreciated.



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