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I recently came across a box of photographs which had been stored in one of my barns.
Of course I know that this should not have been done, but I get to blame one of my sons, who apparently thought that making room was more important than safeguarding irreplaceable photographs.
Some of the pictures are fine and I have since scanned them onto CD-ROMs, but I have a number of "clumps" consisting of as many of 20 photos, seemingly fused together by Eastern humdity. Attempting to separate them tears the emulsion and renders the picture unviewable.

Is there a secret method known to folks like you, who are experts in all things photographic, on how to get these pictures apart again?

I'd be ever so grateful for a solution.

Regards,

Grumpy
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