Saturday I picked up an Epson Perfection 2450 PHOTO scanner. I've been scanning all weekend. This sucker is amazing. A flat bed that will scan 35mm slides with a built in overhead light source. Don't take my word for it. Here's a detailed review.
I have boxes of negtatives and transparencies from 35mm to 4x5. I did a few quick scans and was most pleased. But before I get into the film I have a book project that has been on hold until I got this scanner. (My old Relysis wouldn't work on my new (6 months old) computer.)
My grandfather started the Naval Artists program just prior to WW II. He wrote a couple of books, North Atlantic Patrol and Victory at Midway, that I have been putting up on a site I call Griff's Story. The site explains it all. The books are great reading and his paintings and sketched are wonderful. He gives a very personal view of his war. There is a lot more to add that was never published. Enjoy what is there. There will be more.
Now, back to scanning.