On Friday, April 13, 2018 from 3pm to 6pm, The Pediment Group will hold a scanning event at the Newport Historical Society Resource Center at 82 Touro Street, Newport, Rhode Island. Photos that the public bring in to be scanned will be considered for publication in the Providence Journal’s forthcoming publication “Rhode Island Memories: The Early Years,” an heirloom quality book that will concentrate on the photographic era up to 1939. In addition to images shared by the public, the book will feature images from the Newport Historical Society’ s photo collection and from other Rhode Island institutions.
The submission guidelines as follows: General interest photos, such as: commerce, industry, transportation, rural life, public service, etc., photos taken from 1800 through 1939, photos only – preferably original photos (no newspaper clippings or photocopies), photos taken in Rhode Island; one submission form per photo; limit 10 photos per family; no appointment necessary. If you are a private collector, please call 360.723.5800 to set up an appointment. General questions about the book project can be directed to Pediment Customer Service, email@example.com Although Pediment will be handling all scanning, Newport Historical Society staff will be present to advise those waiting to be scanned with best practices for preserving your photographs.
The Latest from What's Up Newp
- Handel and Haydn Society to perform Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9, “Ode to Joy,” in free concert at the DCR Hatch Shell
- Newport Jazz 2021 – Day 2 Recap and Photos (July 31)
- What’sUpNewp Interview: Christian McBride, Artistic Director of Newport Jazz
- Deer Tick releases new album “Live at Fort Adams”
- Rhode Island Foundation offering $25,000 grants to local writers
- Obituary: Ann-Marie Nevitt
- Open Studios and Drive-By Art returns to Jamestown on August 7
- Newport Jazz 2021 – Day 1 Recap and Photos (July 30)
- Governor McKee signs Rhode Island African Heritage and History Curriculum Bill
- 31 open houses happening this weekend (July 30 – August 1)