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CAHA searching for photos depicting Guam history

by Jolene Toves

Guam - The Guam and Chamorro Educational Facility is asking the public to contribute to the Guam Museum's Repository.

The Guam Museum will be opening its doors by the end of next year and in preparation for this is on a mission to obtain photographs depicting Guam's rich and long history. GCEF Education Quality Committee chairperson Dr. Marilyn Salas, "We want to be able to have people represented in there from all ages all classes all ethnicities who had something to do with the development of Guam in the four thousand years."

People interested in exhibiting their photographs have the option to lend or donate the pictures to the museum. All photos on loan will be copied and returned. Contributors are reminded that not all photos will be displayed at the museum upon opening but instead saved for display in the appropriate exhibit. Deadline to submit photographs is 3pm August 28th for more information contact 475-6727 or 475 4230.

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