H. Morris Williams - No list of contributors could begin without an acknowlegement of the individual who created this collection from nothing. Perhaps this acknowlegement could be made a bit more complete in the future but for now, the inclusion of Morris Williams' name in this list will suffice.
Daniel C. Williams - Museum administration, digital archiving, website development & maintenance.
John Stanford - One of two volunteers who met at the CCSD administrative building on February 19, 2019 to discuss the future of the museum, John has provided assistance with the tedious work of unframing, cleaning, and re-framing photographs for scanning, as well as publicizing the collection on Facebook.
Sean McMahon - In addition to John Stanford, Mr. McMahon also met in 2019 to discuss the maintenance of this collection. Through his work with FLorida Gateway College, he has made valuable connections with educational & governmental institutions on behalf of the museum.
Columbia County School District - adminstration and employees, who have given this collection a safe and accessible home, and without whom this project would have been impossible.
Columbia County Public Library - for assistance with access to records and information, and for the wonderful job they do in general tending to the intellectual needs of our community.
Boozer, Baas, Paul Roy, Blackmon, & Others - without whose works this collection would lack some of its most impressive photographs. These are truly the unsung heroes of historical preservation, and it has been a joy to discover the details preserved in their excellent photographic work.
We're always on the lookout for information, articles, and photographs of historical significance to the community. Of special interest are original photographs, especially those which show rare views of our people and places.
While we appreciate donated items, you don't have to relinquish your precious artifacts to have them featured here. We have the tools to carefully remove, scan, and re-frame photographs right in the museum or even at your home or business if preferable.
Our goal is to make archival scans of the absolute highest quality, resolution, and bit depth so that they are properly preserved and available for posterity. Please contact the museum at 386-755-8183 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to discuss adding to the collection.