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How To Find And Save The Images You Want

The images above represent all I could find, which relate in any way to the chapter's Saturday afternoon ceremony on December 3, 2011.  Unless otherwise noted, I have cleared each with the photographer for public use (licensed for use in the public domain). 

Unless otherwise noted, I have cleared each with its photographer for public use (licensed for use in the public domain).  If you wish to make any changes (other than resizing and/or cropping, please simply notify me by email with a copy of your final edit as an attachment and its intended use. 

Some of the images have been edited already, either to improve quality, modify size, protect or for artistic purposes. Essentially, what you see is what you get.  

Importantly, "watermarks" appear on the seals, logos and "branding" elements of established organizations as the intellectual property protected by copyright.  They are presented on these pages solely because of the "back stories" resulting in their respective representations on the plaques, which hang on the South Wall of Saint Paul's Episcopal Church of Norfolk.  Just as I have done, permission for use of such intellectual property must be obtained directly from the copyright owners themselves; to wit, as follow:

To save an image, simply click on it to display the slideshow control panel. Click on the pause button, right-click on the image and select "Save image as from the drop-down menu; then, in the pop-up window, browse to and click on the desired destination folder and select "Save."

   J Hansen, K Hogendobler, C Holcombe, N Lowery, M Lyman, B Miner