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Stover Hour:World War I and World War II Photos
Posted November 13, 2011 | 0 favorites
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Gary will be discussing World War I & World War II photos. Albums continue to surface at estate sales--what are they worth? Is WWI stuff worth more than WWII because it's older, or is WWII stuff worth more because there are more people interested in it? What makes an interesting (and collectible) photo? Are photos worth more sold individually or should you keep them in albums?
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  • Claude Leaman
    Claude Leaman The WWI Photo of the woman pilot is posted under the album section. Good show.
    November 14, 2011
  • Gary & Carol Stover
    Gary & Carol Stover Claude, that's a great photo of the woman pilot. If it were mine, I'd leave it with the other Camp Shelby photos. The album, itself, is an archive. Too many of these old albums are broken up and the photos sold individually. In some cases you can justify ...  more
    November 14, 2011
  • Claude Leaman
    Claude Leaman The album will stay together. The photos are in my personal collection. Copies of these are in the Camp Shelby Museum. The woman pilot landed at Camp Shelby during WWI in that plane. I was told of this event from the museum director a few years before I f...  more
    November 14, 2011