A project to return thousands of photos blown away during a disaster to their owners. Born out of the aftermath of the May 2011 Joplin, MO tornado, National Disaster Photo Rescue exists to help rescue, save and return photos, documents and other personal memorabilia to owners.
A UK site designed as a home for all those unidentified photos, we've all got hidden at the back of the album in the hope someone can put a name to that mystery face. Are your ancestors on here? Take a look.
A website linking genealogists to antique dealers and private collectors. Hundreds of family Bibles, named photos, wills, letters and diaries. Register and upload your GEDCOM to be automatically informed as items relating to your family are added.
Photographs found by TCGS members. Identify and claim. From the Tri-Cities, Washington, comprising Kennewick, Pasco, Richland and the surrounding communities of West Richland, Benton City, Prosser, Othello, Connell and Hermiston, Oregon.
A website looking to connect old lost photos, usually within the US, with families who might be searching for them. Pictures, and sometimes other media, are uploaded with a brief description of who they are and where they are from (after a little research of course). Also a host to the 1922-23 Ohio diary of Wealth Harp full of names and descriptions that other Ohio enthusiasts might find useful.
As a Swede living in Sweden and trying to identify photos of old ancestors who immigrated to America during the late 1890s and the beginning of 1900s is just like trying to find a needle in a haystack. In this case the probably went to: Chicago, Illinois; Leadville, Colorado; Moorhead, Minnesota; Nebraska.