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Yes, Kinko's can do it (or whatever your local copy-place may be called).

If you want them on "photo" paper, any photo developing shop can do that from a CD, but it tends to cost quite a bit.

Or, if you have a good printer (or a good friend with a good printer) you can do it yourself (up to the 8 x 10 size anyway). Photo-quality paper is available in office supply stores (including Kodak brand). A photo printed on this type of paper using the correct printer is totally indistinguishable from a professional photograph.

Now my small store of creative juices are flowing...
Print on thick, high-quality matte paper
Print on colored paper
Use in a composite picture with small photographs of the building along one side
Print on parchment paper
Print with a light "watermark" effect in the background (of a map, or compass rose)

What a fun project!

Frydaze1

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