It's hard to believe it's nearly the end of September already. A month ago I began an intense digitization project with the goal of scanning all photographs in the Harry Casey Collection that connected to geoglyphs. In a collection of more than 8,000 individual images, I knew the bulk of them pertained to geoglyphs, but what did that mean? All 8,000? 7,000?
30 days, 230.5 hours, and 2 scanners later, the answer is 4,462. That's the number of photographs scanned, although there were over 1,000 duplicate copies of individual images.
|2 scanners worked hard on this project!|
A special thanks to Dr. David Breeckner, Angelina Coble, and Marcie Rodriguez for all their help with this project!
|Marcie examines a slide|