- Work Flows
- Dad's photos
- Roos slides
- Item Description -Box
- Home Movies
2. In the Overview section, in addition to the "Summary of Photo Collectios" already residing in Overview, I added the hard drive organizational scheme and file naming format from Develop a Digital Organizational Scheme-Week 2.
3. In the Inventories section I added to the inventory from Week 5 and a page for rescued albums (I haven't done anything with it yet, but I'll list the older albums that have been rescued and at least the current location). If the album was scanned I should add an inventory too.
4. The Work Flow section can contain many things. For starters, I included:
- Eight Steps to Organize Heritage Photos - Week 9. I also included the steps I took in
- Quick and Dirty Way to Start Organizing Photos - Week 10.
- I remembered putting together a 3 ring binder of inventories and work flows several years ago. Since I'm travelling, I won't be able to incorporate those write-ups until I get home.
6. Heirlooms - I've been working on a "book" of family heirlooms for quite sometime. It contains photos, descriptions, stories and other information about our family's heirlooms. The problem is, I get behind. I'm thinking of using this section to collect the bits and pieces, including photos or links to the photos. Just thinking...
7. Home Movies - We have dozens of these and while I have begun to digitize some of them using a commercial service, there is a long way to go. I need a place to keep track of them and which ones have been digitized. For now, I've just set up a section and will work on it later.
There you have it. The beginning of a living, breathing way to manage the organization of the "family archive."
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