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faded letter
Posted by: Holly Notman (ID *****2585) Date: February 02, 2007 at 17:13:05
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I have several letters written in Scotland during the 1800s and sent to the emigrant family members in Canada. All are written in a sort of brown ink. One of them is so faded I cannot read it. Does anyone know of a means to bring up the ink? I have tried scanning the letter and playing with the image in various photo programmes but so far nothing has worked.


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