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I collect photos, then try to find living family members and return the photos, then (if I can't find living family members) scan and post the photos. I've been collecting new batches of photos these last few months. Currently closer to 30,000 new photos, at max capacity in my work area, so it's time to shift to scanning.
5 batches of photos (total) returned to surviving friends / family members. Some returned in person, some returned by mail (no charge).
Acquired a batch of paperwork and a few photos about a gentleman who served in a bomber group in WWII. Paperwork included assorted WWII military forms, post-war VA paperwork, stories about his life, medical paperwork up to the 2000's, DOB, and SSN. His daughter was mentioned in the genealogy section, with enough information and a name that was unusual enough to identify this surviving family member. The daughter was contacted and all of her father's paperwork and photos were returned to her at no cost.