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Snap Snap

Prints from turn-of-the-last-century negatives capture antique America.

By Christopher Muther
October 15, 2006

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When she bought her first glass negatives at auction 22 years ago, Elizabeth Budington was collecting for her own enjoyment. A furniture restorer by trade, she has bought more over the years and is now selling limited-edition prints she creates with a scanner, computer, and printer. There are landscapes as well as personal histories, such as one of a couple ... (Full article: 119 words)

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