I'm so late to comment...I hope someone will find my post and help. I have two vintage photos like those in the bedroom of this tour. Mine are framed, both around 4 feet long, They are class photos from the same British grammar school. One is 1959 and the other is 1957. They are a mix of students and teachers and *so* great. What should I do with them?? Yours look amazing up on the wall, but I'm afraid I just don't have the space for them here. Thoughts?
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