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Old photos of Grayton

Discussion in 'All About SoWal' started by NipTuck, Jul 14, 2005.

  1. NipTuck

    NipTuck Beach Comber

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    Does anyone know where I could find OLD black and white photos of Grayton to copy and enlarge?
     
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    Do you mean an aerial shot, or individual houses or the beach itself, or what?
     
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    NipTuck Beach Comber

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    I'm really looking for anything. We just bought a house in Grayton and I want to enlarge a vintage photo of the area from days gone by. Sort of a reminder of what it used to be.
     
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    I see them around here and there in homes and businesses and I believe the historical society might have some. I would like some to to scan and preserve, and maybe put some on the site.
     
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    If I find any I will certainly let you know. Any idea how to get in touch with the Historical Society?
     
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    I think it's part of:
    Three Arts Alliance, Inc.
    PO Box 2042
    Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459-2042
    (850) 314-1299
    [size=-1]www.ThreeArtsAlliance.com[/size]

    If not - someone will have a contact.

    They recently had a ton of old photos and docs on display at the library, they might still be there.
     

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