I got a call a couple of days ago from a man who helped to save a 1937 Longview Lobo Texas State Championship 8mm home movie. He had the film digitized and is selling copies to support the Lobos booster club.
I dug into my collection today and found this 1937-1938 school year High School Newspaper collection. It has the student reporters point of view from the state championship plus all the goings-on in the school. Sorry, it was spiral bound and a couple words on the edges have been cut off.
The first three issues have coverage of the football team along with stories about what else was going on in the school. The issues all have a theme, such as faculty, juniors, seniors, ect! Great time capsule!
I have had this scanner for almost 4 years and scanned everything from brochures, photos, receipts and multiple sizes of papers. It scans at 30 pages per minute and can do the front and back at the same time. The scanning speed is very fast but it is quiet too. It is easy to clean the scanning mechanism after scanning a dusty scrapbook or old photo. Making the next scan as good as the first!
If you are looking for an all in one negative/slide/photo scanner look no further. This thing is great. There is a brief learning curve and you need to experiment with all the settings and how to use the included holders. Also, when working with negatives and slides dust is not your friend. Compressed air and a soft brush are helpful. We have been using the Espon V550 everyday for over a year and have had zero issues.