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Re: A special Announcement: the GDRP has acquired Glenn Beier's 16mm film

Keith Roger Beard Trinity
 

What do you think they would charge to do a special scan of all the Slides that I have?
Maybe we could get some more quality that I couldn't.
***Maybe if they remove them from the frame, they can find some missing overscan! 
I scanned them to Tiff yeas ago with a high-er end (at the time) consumer scanner, (Cannon Cool-edit?)
I believe there is some more detail that can be realized in them.  
Thoughts?
Keith Roger-Beard Trinity

--
Keith Roger-Beard Trinity, owner,  9 Cielo Vista Terrace, Monterey


Re: [EXTERNAL] Re: [GandD] Reversed Image

Bob Friddle
 

Or the answer to the location of the last mirror!

Was it really just a dream, an illusory vision, like one of those delicate ephemeral mushrooms that appears for only a day each year or the flower that blooms once every hundred years?

 

From: GandD@groups.io [mailto:GandD@groups.io] On Behalf Of Russell Courtenay via Groups.Io
Sent: Friday, December 20, 2019 2:40 PM
To: GandD@groups.io
Subject: [EXTERNAL] Re: [GandD] Reversed Image

 

Ha ha! I didn’t think of that!

Russell Courtenay

Solemnity and profundity are sublime in inequity. 




On Dec 20, 2019, at 1:17 PM, Randy Lee Decker <randyleedecker@...> wrote:

Rorschach Test.....   

 

On Fri, Dec 20, 2019 at 2:01 PM Russell Courtenay via Groups.Io <walruswebtech=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:

Funny, this is what I saw in my photo album. Not sure if that is a pointy mountain or a large creature staring at me...

Russell Courtenay

Solemnity and profundity are sublime in inequity. 



<image1.jpeg>


On Dec 19, 2019, at 8:58 AM, Russell Courtenay via Groups.Io <walruswebtech@...> wrote:

I did a quick flip on my phone but this is a reduced image for email and the words need to be gone, need the original...

Russell Courtenay

Solemnity and profundity are sublime in inequity. 



<image1.jpeg>


On Dec 19, 2019, at 8:54 AM, Bob Friddle <bob.friddle@...> wrote:

Does anyone here have the ability to flip it back? This is a rather unique view as I recall, would be nice to make the proper one available for the archive.

Thanks, Bob Friddle

Gabrielle Lines

Minneapolis

 

From: GandD@groups.io [mailto:GandD@groups.io] On Behalf Of Jeffrey L Witt via Groups.Io
Sent: Wednesday, December 18, 2019 5:33 PM
To: GandD@groups.io
Subject: [EXTERNAL] [GandD] Reversed Image

 

While looking for something else, I stumbled across this in the Feb. 2009 MR:
<image001.jpg>

Which refers to this (which always bothered me somehow):

<image002.jpg>

[EXTERNAL] This email originated from outside of the City of Minneapolis. Please exercise caution when opening links or attachments.

 

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Re: Reversed Image

Russell Courtenay
 

Ha ha! I didn’t think of that!

Russell Courtenay
Solemnity and profundity are sublime in inequity. 


On Dec 20, 2019, at 1:17 PM, Randy Lee Decker <randyleedecker@...> wrote:

Rorschach Test.....   

On Fri, Dec 20, 2019 at 2:01 PM Russell Courtenay via Groups.Io <walruswebtech=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Funny, this is what I saw in my photo album. Not sure if that is a pointy mountain or a large creature staring at me...

Russell Courtenay
Solemnity and profundity are sublime in inequity. 

<image1.jpeg>

On Dec 19, 2019, at 8:58 AM, Russell Courtenay via Groups.Io <walruswebtech@...> wrote:

I did a quick flip on my phone but this is a reduced image for email and the words need to be gone, need the original...

Russell Courtenay
Solemnity and profundity are sublime in inequity. 

<image1.jpeg>

On Dec 19, 2019, at 8:54 AM, Bob Friddle <bob.friddle@...> wrote:

Does anyone here have the ability to flip it back? This is a rather unique view as I recall, would be nice to make the proper one available for the archive.

Thanks, Bob Friddle

Gabrielle Lines

Minneapolis

 

From: GandD@groups.io [mailto:GandD@groups.io] On Behalf Of Jeffrey L Witt via Groups.Io
Sent: Wednesday, December 18, 2019 5:33 PM
To: GandD@groups.io
Subject: [EXTERNAL] [GandD] Reversed Image

 

While looking for something else, I stumbled across this in the Feb. 2009 MR:
<image001.jpg>

Which refers to this (which always bothered me somehow):

<image002.jpg>

[EXTERNAL] This email originated from outside of the City of Minneapolis. Please exercise caution when opening links or attachments.

 


Re: Reversed Image

Randy Lee Decker
 
Edited

Rorschach Test.....   


On Fri, Dec 20, 2019 at 2:01 PM Russell Courtenay via Groups.Io <walruswebtech=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Funny, this is what I saw in my photo album. Not sure if that is a pointy mountain or a large creature staring at me...

Russell Courtenay
Solemnity and profundity are sublime in inequity. 


On Dec 19, 2019, at 8:58 AM, Russell Courtenay via Groups.Io <walruswebtech@...> wrote:

I did a quick flip on my phone but this is a reduced image for email and the words need to be gone, need the original...

Russell Courtenay
Solemnity and profundity are sublime in inequity. 

<image1.jpeg>

On Dec 19, 2019, at 8:54 AM, Bob Friddle <bob.friddle@...> wrote:

Does anyone here have the ability to flip it back? This is a rather unique view as I recall, would be nice to make the proper one available for the archive.

Thanks, Bob Friddle

Gabrielle Lines

Minneapolis

 

From: GandD@groups.io [mailto:GandD@groups.io] On Behalf Of Jeffrey L Witt via Groups.Io
Sent: Wednesday, December 18, 2019 5:33 PM
To: GandD@groups.io
Subject: [EXTERNAL] [GandD] Reversed Image

 

While looking for something else, I stumbled across this in the Feb. 2009 MR:
<image001.jpg>

Which refers to this (which always bothered me somehow):

<image002.jpg>

[EXTERNAL] This email originated from outside of the City of Minneapolis. Please exercise caution when opening links or attachments.

 


Re: A special Announcement: the GDRP has acquired Glenn Beier's 16mm film

Russell Courtenay
 

Here is the movie where they seamlessly combine 8mm and 16mm classic movie shots with modern HD: https://youtu.be/EYJwHIkkFxc

Russell Courtenay
Solemnity and profundity are sublime in inequity. 


On Dec 20, 2019, at 10:08 AM, Russell Courtenay via Groups.Io <walruswebtech@...> wrote:

Wow guys this is some amazing stuff! I know of CineLab and their great work with a ‘wet gate’ process of converting film to digital as I have made several films and want to send them to CineLab when I get the funds!

Let me see if I can find their demo where they mixed classic 8mm shots with full HD, you can barely tell the difference! I am still a fan of film if it wasn’t so much work and expense to use!

Can’t wait to see the results! I hope you can make an appealing product, articles and/or museum piece out of it! Maybe all of the above!

I found it, I guess the company I am thinking of is CinePost:
https://vimeo.com/139512122

Russell Courtenay
Solemnity and profundity are sublime in inequity. 


On Dec 20, 2019, at 9:06 AM, Randy Lee Decker <randyleedecker@...> wrote:

Just to add some context. I found and I purchased Glenn's entire collection of negatives and the 16mm film and some letters and etc.     I knew it was a bit more than I could afford, but I bought everything and as to not make the deal complicated in getting Jeff involved I simply let him know what I was doing and asked if he'd be interested in the Film as it was hard for me to afford to afford the deal without some help.  From there, I sent Jeff the Film...  Let me say I was thrilled to have had this deal go this way.... as the movie needed to be preserved correctly.   This is priceless, One of a Kind Film Footage (the only ever taken from Johns layouts) and it is now in the best hands it could have ever ended up in....!    I am proud that this all went this way.  There were items that went with the film and it was wonderful to have been able to have made the deal and to also see to it things are preserved and shared...  All the large and medium format negatives I still have about 50+ in all... will be going to the GDLines site as well to be shared as a group of images from my small collection now. 

  I'd also like to mention...   After spooling out some of the film footage here before sending it on to Jeff.    And just using a simple magnifying glass I could see the 16mm film frames are as about as good as they can get...   Jeff and I are pretty sure they just projected the film on a screen and used a video camera to record and dub it to VHS...  and then later what Sunday River did the DVD footage... they just copied the VHS .....  This technique is of very low quality and explains the poor quality of the current DVD....  

  So now with the film found and in our hands....!    Jeff's new DVD will tell the tale..  It is our hope that many wonderful stills can now be made...  and I am hoping Jeff might be able to find a way to make copies of the movie for sale to generate some money for the site.  Anyway this is huge news in the John Allen front.  After much searching and finding some items have been thrown out as I was to late in my research and sleuthing...  It is good to have some success in the historic preservation story.   Jeff and I will have some fun new things to see soon.  
  
These items and photographs need to be found.  There is no reason not to ask people "what they plan to do with items"  A museum can be a great disposition for some things but so far, in Johns case...  it has been private ownership and the generosity of good people that are now telling Johns tale in the best way possible.  And the tale is free and of excellent copy quality on the memorial site that Jeff runs and maintains himself.   
   Museums will sometimes share photographs but they control the quality of the images copied... and they sell them they do not offer them for free.   The GDLines site is an amazing thing for this group to have access to.  I hope more photographs, some of which we all know exist, will end up being shared here.   There is no better place than Jeff's pages for anything John Allen related.  
   
    And let me also say.... for "anyone" who may have items of historic value concerning John Allen and his legacy, please realise it is so important that these items or images be shared and not kept in a box in a closet anymore.   Even if they are offered for sale, there is a chance that one or more of us in this group might be able to purchase them.   These items may finally see the light of day and help to tell John's tale.  Please contact me or Jeff and let us know what you have....  at least let us make an offer or find people who can help us and lets get John's Story documented even better.   

   Randy Decker
Great Divide Lines    



 

   

On Fri, Dec 20, 2019 at 9:57 AM Jeffrey L Witt via Groups.Io <jlwitt=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Thanks to the dogged persistence and exceptional investigative skills of one Randy Decker, we have purchased from the estate of Glenn Beier the 16mm film made in 1969 (and many other photos and items, too).

The film, or parts of it, are included in the Sunday River VHS/DVD that is available. I'm pretty sure that the transfers from the film will far exceed the quality of that video.

It will arrive today at CineLab, a professional movie lab in MA. They will scan it frame-by-frame at 2K (or better) resolution, so we should get some amazing stills (like the one Tom posted), as well as HD video to the limit of the original film resolution.

I will update the group on the progress, but please be patient as reviewing and presenting this material will take time. Charlie Getz has also expressed an interest, perhaps the footage will show up in the museum at some point.

Regards,

Jeff


Re: Reversed Image

Russell Courtenay
 

Funny, this is what I saw in my photo album. Not sure if that is a pointy mountain or a large creature staring at me...

Russell Courtenay
Solemnity and profundity are sublime in inequity. 

image1.jpeg

On Dec 19, 2019, at 8:58 AM, Russell Courtenay via Groups.Io <walruswebtech@...> wrote:

I did a quick flip on my phone but this is a reduced image for email and the words need to be gone, need the original...

Russell Courtenay
Solemnity and profundity are sublime in inequity. 

<image1.jpeg>

On Dec 19, 2019, at 8:54 AM, Bob Friddle <bob.friddle@...> wrote:

Does anyone here have the ability to flip it back? This is a rather unique view as I recall, would be nice to make the proper one available for the archive.

Thanks, Bob Friddle

Gabrielle Lines

Minneapolis

 

From: GandD@groups.io [mailto:GandD@groups.io] On Behalf Of Jeffrey L Witt via Groups.Io
Sent: Wednesday, December 18, 2019 5:33 PM
To: GandD@groups.io
Subject: [EXTERNAL] [GandD] Reversed Image

 

While looking for something else, I stumbled across this in the Feb. 2009 MR:
<image001.jpg>

Which refers to this (which always bothered me somehow):

<image002.jpg>

[EXTERNAL] This email originated from outside of the City of Minneapolis. Please exercise caution when opening links or attachments.

 


Re: A special Announcement: the GDRP has acquired Glenn Beier's 16mm film

Donald Robichaud
 

This is fantastic, can only imagine how great is it to strike gold! This will most likely open up more investigation into the John Allen saga. Great work!


Re: A special Announcement: the GDRP has acquired Glenn Beier's 16mm film

Tom Hokel (Pine Ridge RR)
 

This is amazing! Yes, great detective work! Thanks to both you and Jeff! Really looking forward to the results of your efforts.

I've seen a few videos and books by Glenn on the web. Did you purchase everything?

https://trainsondvd.co/cube/videos/sunday-river-productions/the-complete-west-side-railroad.html 

http://www.trainvideodepot.com/DVD-Feather-River-and-The-Hillcrest-by-Sunday-River_DVD-FRH

http://www.sundayriverproductions.com/logging/sierra-2-set

https://www.theshortline.com/product/the-complete-west-side-story-dvd-SRPTCWSS.html

 

--
Tom
<PR> PINE RIDGE RR


The GDRP 2010 Holiday Slideshow is on YouTube

Jeffrey L Witt
 

Here's the link:

https://youtu.be/pSQ2iq8hwB4

Those of you with "smart" TVs / streaming devices can watch on the TV, although the resolution is not HD.


Re: A special Announcement: the GDRP has acquired Glenn Beier's 16mm film

Russell Courtenay
 

Wow guys this is some amazing stuff! I know of CineLab and their great work with a ‘wet gate’ process of converting film to digital as I have made several films and want to send them to CineLab when I get the funds!

Let me see if I can find their demo where they mixed classic 8mm shots with full HD, you can barely tell the difference! I am still a fan of film if it wasn’t so much work and expense to use!

Can’t wait to see the results! I hope you can make an appealing product, articles and/or museum piece out of it! Maybe all of the above!

I found it, I guess the company I am thinking of is CinePost:
https://vimeo.com/139512122

Russell Courtenay
Solemnity and profundity are sublime in inequity. 


On Dec 20, 2019, at 9:06 AM, Randy Lee Decker <randyleedecker@...> wrote:

Just to add some context. I found and I purchased Glenn's entire collection of negatives and the 16mm film and some letters and etc.     I knew it was a bit more than I could afford, but I bought everything and as to not make the deal complicated in getting Jeff involved I simply let him know what I was doing and asked if he'd be interested in the Film as it was hard for me to afford to afford the deal without some help.  From there, I sent Jeff the Film...  Let me say I was thrilled to have had this deal go this way.... as the movie needed to be preserved correctly.   This is priceless, One of a Kind Film Footage (the only ever taken from Johns layouts) and it is now in the best hands it could have ever ended up in....!    I am proud that this all went this way.  There were items that went with the film and it was wonderful to have been able to have made the deal and to also see to it things are preserved and shared...  All the large and medium format negatives I still have about 50+ in all... will be going to the GDLines site as well to be shared as a group of images from my small collection now. 

  I'd also like to mention...   After spooling out some of the film footage here before sending it on to Jeff.    And just using a simple magnifying glass I could see the 16mm film frames are as about as good as they can get...   Jeff and I are pretty sure they just projected the film on a screen and used a video camera to record and dub it to VHS...  and then later what Sunday River did the DVD footage... they just copied the VHS .....  This technique is of very low quality and explains the poor quality of the current DVD....  

  So now with the film found and in our hands....!    Jeff's new DVD will tell the tale..  It is our hope that many wonderful stills can now be made...  and I am hoping Jeff might be able to find a way to make copies of the movie for sale to generate some money for the site.  Anyway this is huge news in the John Allen front.  After much searching and finding some items have been thrown out as I was to late in my research and sleuthing...  It is good to have some success in the historic preservation story.   Jeff and I will have some fun new things to see soon.  
  
These items and photographs need to be found.  There is no reason not to ask people "what they plan to do with items"  A museum can be a great disposition for some things but so far, in Johns case...  it has been private ownership and the generosity of good people that are now telling Johns tale in the best way possible.  And the tale is free and of excellent copy quality on the memorial site that Jeff runs and maintains himself.   
   Museums will sometimes share photographs but they control the quality of the images copied... and they sell them they do not offer them for free.   The GDLines site is an amazing thing for this group to have access to.  I hope more photographs, some of which we all know exist, will end up being shared here.   There is no better place than Jeff's pages for anything John Allen related.  
   
    And let me also say.... for "anyone" who may have items of historic value concerning John Allen and his legacy, please realise it is so important that these items or images be shared and not kept in a box in a closet anymore.   Even if they are offered for sale, there is a chance that one or more of us in this group might be able to purchase them.   These items may finally see the light of day and help to tell John's tale.  Please contact me or Jeff and let us know what you have....  at least let us make an offer or find people who can help us and lets get John's Story documented even better.   

   Randy Decker
Great Divide Lines    



 

   

On Fri, Dec 20, 2019 at 9:57 AM Jeffrey L Witt via Groups.Io <jlwitt=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Thanks to the dogged persistence and exceptional investigative skills of one Randy Decker, we have purchased from the estate of Glenn Beier the 16mm film made in 1969 (and many other photos and items, too).

The film, or parts of it, are included in the Sunday River VHS/DVD that is available. I'm pretty sure that the transfers from the film will far exceed the quality of that video.

It will arrive today at CineLab, a professional movie lab in MA. They will scan it frame-by-frame at 2K (or better) resolution, so we should get some amazing stills (like the one Tom posted), as well as HD video to the limit of the original film resolution.

I will update the group on the progress, but please be patient as reviewing and presenting this material will take time. Charlie Getz has also expressed an interest, perhaps the footage will show up in the museum at some point.

Regards,

Jeff


Re: trademark - abandoned

Jeffrey L Witt
 

Update: this one is active, but just for decals...

https://trademark.trademarkia.com/gorre--daphetid-88074495.html


Re: A special Announcement: the GDRP has acquired Glenn Beier's 16mm film

Randy Lee Decker
 

Just to add some context. I found and I purchased Glenn's entire collection of negatives and the 16mm film and some letters and etc.     I knew it was a bit more than I could afford, but I bought everything and as to not make the deal complicated in getting Jeff involved I simply let him know what I was doing and asked if he'd be interested in the Film as it was hard for me to afford to afford the deal without some help.  From there, I sent Jeff the Film...  Let me say I was thrilled to have had this deal go this way.... as the movie needed to be preserved correctly.   This is priceless, One of a Kind Film Footage (the only ever taken from Johns layouts) and it is now in the best hands it could have ever ended up in....!    I am proud that this all went this way.  There were items that went with the film and it was wonderful to have been able to have made the deal and to also see to it things are preserved and shared...  All the large and medium format negatives I still have about 50+ in all... will be going to the GDLines site as well to be shared as a group of images from my small collection now. 

  I'd also like to mention...   After spooling out some of the film footage here before sending it on to Jeff.    And just using a simple magnifying glass I could see the 16mm film frames are as about as good as they can get...   Jeff and I are pretty sure they just projected the film on a screen and used a video camera to record and dub it to VHS...  and then later what Sunday River did the DVD footage... they just copied the VHS .....  This technique is of very low quality and explains the poor quality of the current DVD....  

  So now with the film found and in our hands....!    Jeff's new DVD will tell the tale..  It is our hope that many wonderful stills can now be made...  and I am hoping Jeff might be able to find a way to make copies of the movie for sale to generate some money for the site.  Anyway this is huge news in the John Allen front.  After much searching and finding some items have been thrown out as I was to late in my research and sleuthing...  It is good to have some success in the historic preservation story.   Jeff and I will have some fun new things to see soon.  
  
These items and photographs need to be found.  There is no reason not to ask people "what they plan to do with items"  A museum can be a great disposition for some things but so far, in Johns case...  it has been private ownership and the generosity of good people that are now telling Johns tale in the best way possible.  And the tale is free and of excellent copy quality on the memorial site that Jeff runs and maintains himself.   
   Museums will sometimes share photographs but they control the quality of the images copied... and they sell them they do not offer them for free.   The GDLines site is an amazing thing for this group to have access to.  I hope more photographs, some of which we all know exist, will end up being shared here.   There is no better place than Jeff's pages for anything John Allen related.  
   
    And let me also say.... for "anyone" who may have items of historic value concerning John Allen and his legacy, please realise it is so important that these items or images be shared and not kept in a box in a closet anymore.   Even if they are offered for sale, there is a chance that one or more of us in this group might be able to purchase them.   These items may finally see the light of day and help to tell John's tale.  Please contact me or Jeff and let us know what you have....  at least let us make an offer or find people who can help us and lets get John's Story documented even better.   

   Randy Decker
Great Divide Lines    



 

   


On Fri, Dec 20, 2019 at 9:57 AM Jeffrey L Witt via Groups.Io <jlwitt=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Thanks to the dogged persistence and exceptional investigative skills of one Randy Decker, we have purchased from the estate of Glenn Beier the 16mm film made in 1969 (and many other photos and items, too).

The film, or parts of it, are included in the Sunday River VHS/DVD that is available. I'm pretty sure that the transfers from the film will far exceed the quality of that video.

It will arrive today at CineLab, a professional movie lab in MA. They will scan it frame-by-frame at 2K (or better) resolution, so we should get some amazing stills (like the one Tom posted), as well as HD video to the limit of the original film resolution.

I will update the group on the progress, but please be patient as reviewing and presenting this material will take time. Charlie Getz has also expressed an interest, perhaps the footage will show up in the museum at some point.

Regards,

Jeff


trademark - abandoned

Jeffrey L Witt
 

Stumbled on this:
https://trademarks.justia.com/788/34/gorre-daphetid-railroad-78834966.html

Apparently the NMRA started but never followed through...


A special Announcement: the GDRP has acquired Glenn Beier's 16mm film

Jeffrey L Witt
 

Thanks to the dogged persistence and exceptional investigative skills of one Randy Decker, we have purchased from the estate of Glenn Beier the 16mm film made in 1969 (and many other photos and items, too).

The film, or parts of it, are included in the Sunday River VHS/DVD that is available. I'm pretty sure that the transfers from the film will far exceed the quality of that video.

It will arrive today at CineLab, a professional movie lab in MA. They will scan it frame-by-frame at 2K (or better) resolution, so we should get some amazing stills (like the one Tom posted), as well as HD video to the limit of the original film resolution.

I will update the group on the progress, but please be patient as reviewing and presenting this material will take time. Charlie Getz has also expressed an interest, perhaps the footage will show up in the museum at some point.

Regards,

Jeff


Re: Reversed Image

Tom Hokel (Pine Ridge RR)
 

Warner … don't feel bad … John was a little "disoriented" at times, too.

Would be nice to be able to sit or walk on scenery. Oh, that's right … you Garden modelers can!

This photo probably won't make it into the museum. Having a scale version figure of John sitting with a jug would be a hoot! Where's Keith Glaab these days?



--
Tom
<PR> PINE RIDGE RR


Re: Reversed Image

Tom Hokel (Pine Ridge RR)
 

Here's Jeff's photo flipped back. This is basically the same resolution as Jeff's posting, but the file Jeff used might have a higher resolution.

I'm posting the PNG file and the embedded pic. I used free IrfanView software.


--
Tom
<PR> PINE RIDGE RR


Re: Reversed Image

Warner Swarner
 

Russell, Thank you for the flip.  I have felt so “disoriented” by that photo for years.  I feel like I just stepped out of a space capsule.  Seeing the flipped corrected version of that photo really resolves my spatial disorientation.   I copied your flip to my iPad.  Even though they said it was flipped my mind has been trying to construct a canyon that I had missed.  Little things this group does are so helpful.  
I look forward to a visit to Sacramento.  
Warner Swarner



On Dec 19, 2019, at 8:01 AM, Russell Courtenay via Groups.Io <walruswebtech@...> wrote:

I did a quick flip on my phone but this is a reduced image for email and the words need to be gone, need the original...

Russell Courtenay
Solemnity and profundity are sublime in inequity. 

<image1.jpeg>

On Dec 19, 2019, at 8:54 AM, Bob Friddle <bob.friddle@...> wrote:

Does anyone here have the ability to flip it back? This is a rather unique view as I recall, would be nice to make the proper one available for the archive.

Thanks, Bob Friddle

Gabrielle Lines

Minneapolis

 

From: GandD@groups.io [mailto:GandD@groups.io] On Behalf Of Jeffrey L Witt via Groups.Io
Sent: Wednesday, December 18, 2019 5:33 PM
To: GandD@groups.io
Subject: [EXTERNAL] [GandD] Reversed Image

 

While looking for something else, I stumbled across this in the Feb. 2009 MR:
<image001.jpg>

Which refers to this (which always bothered me somehow):

<image002.jpg>

[EXTERNAL] This email originated from outside of the City of Minneapolis. Please exercise caution when opening links or attachments.

 


Re: Reversed Image

Russell Courtenay
 

I did a quick flip on my phone but this is a reduced image for email and the words need to be gone, need the original...

Russell Courtenay
Solemnity and profundity are sublime in inequity. 

image1.jpeg

On Dec 19, 2019, at 8:54 AM, Bob Friddle <bob.friddle@...> wrote:

Does anyone here have the ability to flip it back? This is a rather unique view as I recall, would be nice to make the proper one available for the archive.

Thanks, Bob Friddle

Gabrielle Lines

Minneapolis

 

From: GandD@groups.io [mailto:GandD@groups.io] On Behalf Of Jeffrey L Witt via Groups.Io
Sent: Wednesday, December 18, 2019 5:33 PM
To: GandD@groups.io
Subject: [EXTERNAL] [GandD] Reversed Image

 

While looking for something else, I stumbled across this in the Feb. 2009 MR:
<image001.jpg>

Which refers to this (which always bothered me somehow):

<image002.jpg>

[EXTERNAL] This email originated from outside of the City of Minneapolis. Please exercise caution when opening links or attachments.

 


Re: Museum update from Charlie Getz

Russell Courtenay
 

About Don’s photos:

Does someone somewhere have a listing of railroad publishers that are still operating? 

I know many are closing with the health of their original owners declining (Timber Times comes to mind) but I know there are still some out there, White River comes to mind, though they haven’t done many books lately, I think they are pretty busy with their magazines. 

I think such a listing would be a great resource. 

Russell Courtenay
Solemnity and profundity are sublime in inequity. 


On Dec 19, 2019, at 8:34 AM, Randy Lee Decker <randyleedecker@...> wrote:

Well, darn.... I will always keep hope that those remarkable photographs, taken during Johns last few days of life when he was sick, will find their way into the light of day, where they belong and showcase John's complete work.  
    Great news on that image you sent being of such high quality to create a wall size image from....!   This is a direct testament to your diligent work and attention to every detail Jeff..      And a testament to the generosity of so many good people who care about John's story.... and the celebration of John Allen that the GDLines site is for everyone who goes there.  !     Nice job bortha...!      Can't wait to see the photographs of these exhibits..  They must be close now.   

Randy


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Bob Friddle
 
Edited

Does anyone here have the ability to flip it back? This is a rather unique view as I recall, would be nice to make the proper one available for the archive.

Thanks, Bob Friddle

Gabrielle Lines

Minneapolis

 

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While looking for something else, I stumbled across this in the Feb. 2009 MR:


Which refers to this (which always bothered me somehow):

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