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May 13, 2014
Quantum Spatial Expands Historic Photo Archive

Anchorage, Alaska, May 7, 2014—Quantum Spatial, Inc. (QSI) in Anchorage is pleased to announce the expansion of our historic photography archive.

In addition to the extensive assemblage of photographs from Alaska, we recently transferred the AeroMetric/Walker film library, containing photographs within the Pacific Northwest, from Seattle. This collection of color, black and white, and color infrared photography, taken between 1936 and 2013, consists largely of stereo pairs with some oblique photographs.

The film is housed at our Merrill Field office in Anchorage, and can be scanned to produce digital images, mosaics and/or prints.

Contact Stephen Sparks, ssparks@quantumspatial.com(907) 272-4495 for more information about our historic archive and to check the availability of photographs in a specific area of interest.

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