Last year, when I went to Norwich, I bought some snapshot sets at a second-hand market. I had never seen such things before: little envelopes in which were several snapshot photocards. "How novel," thought I, "I'll buy them!"
I bought sets with pictures of: Shetland, Amsterdam, Niagara Falls, San Remo, Norway and Vienna.
A year later, I have looked at and admired these sets quite enough - but what to do with them? I don't want to just throw them away (that would never do), and charity shops don't seem worthy enough - so I hit on the idea of sending them to relevant museums.
This is a bit foolhardy: museums generally have lots of things in their collections, more than enough, and possibly don't need items they have not solicited. On the other hand, I'm intrigued to see which museums might like the sets. And, so...
I'm sending the Shetland set to the Shetland Museum.
The Amsterdam set go to the Amsterdam Historical Museum.
The Norwegian Maritime Museum receive the 19 images of Norway's coast.
20 photographs of San Remo go to San Remo's Museo Civico
Beautiful photographs of Vienna go to the Wien Museum
And finally, the twelve photographs of Niagara Falls go to the Niagara Historical Museum