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Recollections is seeking photos

Recollections is looking for reader-submitted photos. We want to publish your photographs of people, places and events prior to the 1970s. We also need photographs of old tractors, including ones that have been refurbished. The photos must be in ...

Recollections is looking for reader-submitted photos.

We want to publish your photographs of people, places and events prior to the 1970s. We also need photographs of old tractors, including ones that have been refurbished.

The photos must be in good condition and cannot be copies that previously were published in newspapers or magazines. The more information readers can include about the photos, the better.

Please submit photos to: Ann Bailey, in care of Recollections, Grand Forks Herald, P.O. Box 6008, Grand Forks, N.D., 58206. The photos also can be dropped off at 375 Second Ave. North or e-mailed to abailey@gfherald.com . Questions? Call Bailey at (701) 787-6753 or toll-free at (800) 477-6572, ext. 753.

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