This photo on the left was scanned from one of the Gray Studio glass plate negatives. According to Mr. Gray's ledger, it was Negative #55,164, ordered Dec. 13, 1926 by W.B. Frazee.
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Lyn and Larry Fenwick hosted a tea party at the Stafford County Museum Library on March 23. After their guests enjoyed tea and finger sandwiches, they went to work cleaning and cataloging glass negatives. The group processed 171 glass negatives. Guests included Jody Suiter, Lyn Suiter and Linda Lamb, all of Macksville; Shirley Wood and Arnita Schultz of Trousdale; Janis Moore of Iuka; Connie Grizzell of Pratt; Mary Johnson of Great Bend; Connie Schloctermeier of Hoisington; Leah R. Chadd of Overland Park, Barbara Grimmett, Marion Hearn and Marge Walker, all of Stafford and Michael Hathaway of St. John. – (photo by Marion L. Hearn)
Rebecca Phipps of Lawrence (pictured on the right) conducted a workshop for glass negatives volunteers at the museum library on March 15. There were seven participants including Ron and Anne Moore from Wichita and Lyn Fenwick (left) of Macksville. Phipps’ workshop revealed why the contents of the glass negatives are important from historical and genealogical standpoints. She also brainstormed ideas on how to publicize the glass negatives and to help the public get the most out of them. After the workshop Rebecca joined volunteers for a work session. – (photo by Marion L. Hearn)