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Re: Best way to collect printed photos of ships?
The USN is willing to send you pictures of their ships, if you write to the public affairs officer of a particular ship. I have a few such for ships I will be building.
Also, historical pictures of USN ships are free to the general public for personal use. They can be obtained through services that search the National Archives, which services charge a small copying fee if you cannot visit the Archives yourself.
And as for postcards, you might search the Bay that is named E to see what is out there.
I would like to start a printed photos collection of ships. What is the best way to do that?
I just want to place them in binders by categories or countries.
Am I allowed to grab copyrighted pics online and print them on photo paper knowing that it is just for me and not for resale?
Maybe I will have to ask the owner of the pic permission?
I would probably have to buy a laser printer too.
A lot of postcards exist at least for US ships, not sure about foreign navies.
Thxs a lot
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