I’m so glad that I’m not the only one drowning in old photos. The response to Organizing Old Family Photos with the Parking Lot System shows that a lot of family historians struggle with how to sort, label, store, and digitize family photographs, old negatives, and unidentified old photos. Last week I joined Dear MYRTLE and Cousin Russ Worthington for Mondays with Mryt Google Hangout on Air, and we had a great time chatting about the plethora of photographs demanding our attention.
A Plethora of Photographs
The show begins with general news from DearMyrt and a conversation with blogger Randy Seaver about online family information; our chat about organizing photos begins about minute 33:50.
Dear MYRTLE, aka Pat Richley-Erickson, hosts a weekly genealogy Hangout on Air to discuss what’s new in the world of genealogy. I love “hanging out” with Myrt and Russ and the regulars at Myrt’s. It’s a friendly way to start to week and catch up on news and events I might have missed.
The show is Live each Monday morning at noon Eastern US, 11 am Central, 10 am Mountain US, and 9 am Pacific US. And, if you miss the live show, you can check out the Google + Page for the discussion and link to the YouTube recorded edition. There’s no charge to participate or view the show; but if you like what you see, you’re welcome to “Pay What You Want” via contribution at the Mondays with Myrt website.
Visit DearMYRTLE’s Genealogy Community on Google+ for the discussion and questions that followed our chat.