Could old photos be new fundraising venture for schools?

02/14/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

A new Web service, Class Photo Fund, allows users to upload old yearbook photos and other school photographs that others can purchase online. The creators of the site, Peter Nordberg and Michelle Luhan Nordberg, say it is being marketed, in part, as a way for schools to raise money. While they say most school class photos are considered public domain, users are urged to be careful of photo copyright issues.

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