How do you post antique photos from an email with no info on them? Mid-1800's
Hi Becky...OK...I am just guessing...BUT...if you save the email image to your hard drive...you should be able to just upload it within the photo-capsule. I wouldn't think you would need source information on something that old. I mean...no one wants my source material and I am pretty old too. Does this answer anything?
Becky, do you mean actually how to upload them into a post or how to give credit? If there is no way to know where they came from and no one has claimed copyright ownership, you can note "No Copyright Infringement Intended." I hope this helps.
Thank You for your answers. Hyphen figured out what I meant. I have the answer I needed.
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