Upload Your Own Photos from our 55th Reunion

If you have a large number of photos, or if your photos are high resolution (and therefore large, > 1.5M), your best way to get them onto the website is to put them onto a CD and send it to the webmaster. If you don’t know how to do that, ask one of your grandchildren. If you have a CD, send it by regular mail to:
Mike Southwell
81 South Road
Bloomingdale, NJ 07403

If you have large, high resolution photos but only a few, you should send them individually as attachments to email. In that case, please submit descriptions for the photos in the text of your email. Send your email to this address:  pu1960@dneba.com .

Finally, if you can resize your photos, or you know that they are not too large, you can use the form below to upload them one at a time. If you do, please make sure that your photos are in JPG format, and are not larger than 2 megabytes.. You will not be able to upload any photos that fail either of these two tests.

Your name:
Choose a Photo to Upload:
Description for this photo (optional):

(please be patient; uploading large images could take as long as one minute)

Have you put photos up somewhere on the Internet and you would like us to link to them?  Contact the webmaster .

Having trouble uploading photos?  Contact the webmaster 


 

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