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Digitize photos at Albertson Memorial library
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ALBANY - Albertson Memorial Library will have specialized scanning equipment available Feb. 9-11 and Feb. 13-14 for patrons to scan and save digital copies of personal photos.

This could include old photographs, slides, or negatives that can be saved on a computer, tablet or other personal device.

Scanners will be available for one-hour sessions.

Patrons need to bring their own USB device on which to save the digital photos after scanning is complete.

Programs using this same equipment have been done at Brodhead, New Glarus and other public libraries in the South Central Library System. The equipment was purchased by South Central for public libraries to share with patrons. There is no cost to use the equipment.

Patrons must call the library at 608-862-3491 to reserve a one-hour session.

Library staff will assist with the equipment as much as possible during each session.

Albertson Memorial Library is located at 200 N. Water St. in Albany.