Step Inside The Historic Photo Archive Stored In an Underground Mine

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Boyers, Pennsylvania, is home to the Iron Mountain storage facility, a former limestone mine that is now the storage site of more than 15 million photographic negatives and prints, all preserved hundreds of feet underground. This documentary , produced by the Hillman Photography Initiative , takes you inside for a glimpse at the collection and the folks who maintain it. Read more…

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Step Inside The Historic Photo Archive Stored In an Underground Mine

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