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HISTOCRATS INTERVIEW OF GEORGE MIHAL AND OFFICE OF IMAGE ARCHAEOLOGY

 

April of 2015 George Mihal of Office of Image Archaeology was contacted by the editor of a blog called HISTOCRATS. The blog is dedicated to the study of History and was created by a group of teachers for the purpose of sharing this information. The link above will take you to an interview conducted by the editor of the Histocrats that was published on their blog..  


 

Help Wanted

I am currently looking for volunteers that have a knowledge in both computers and JOOMLA

web design. I have hundreds of thousands of photographs that need to be displayed here but 

as it is I have no time to do this. This website is only a small part of what I do and is dedicated 

primarily to the considerable past and the dead.  I am currently working on a project that entails 

creating video biographies from living people before they are gone as well so you can see I

have little time to spend here. If you like visual history and have some you will love doing this

experience with Joomla and computers I can sure use your help. 

George Mihal, officeofimagearchaeology@yahoo.com


  

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OUR HERITAGE THRU VINTAGE PHOTO AND FILM

 


 

 

The Office of Image Archaeology is a repository of vintage digitized photographs, photo albums, 35mm slides and negatives as well as 8 and 16mm film. This Website is dedicated to the preservation and free access of this material.

 


 

 

PHOTOS OF THE MONTH!

The following images this month are variations of two photos, before and after restoration. The first image was taken at Astoria Oregon in 1895 and features two of the Cities Fireman from the period. Phil Hadden on the left and Sidney Crispen on the right. The second image was taken about 1925 of the mobile Pinter’s Candy Wagon. The average time required to restore these images was about 8 hours. In the case of the first photo I had to rebuild an all but missing leg on one horse because the photo had been torn in half as well as clean up thousands of nicks, scrapes and scratches. The second image was almost as bad with a myriad of cracks in the photographs elusion.

 

Astoria Oregon damaged image

 

Astoria Oregon restored image

 

Pinter's Mobile Candy Truck damaged photo

Pinter's Mobile Candy Truck circa 1925 

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 I have a large selection of vintage films that can be viewed via

YOUTUBE. For a sample of what you might find there click the

play button on the introductory film above. If you like this click

here "Office of Image Archaeology Youtube" to see more.

 

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