Who Dey at Luigi’s . . . how many now?
Help me out . . .[thanks to Linda Grant . . . this is a Loni & Hama post!]
Milton Oleaga was insistent that his work not be sold, but go immediately into public domain and be distributed to their subjects. (Read “Two Buddies” from the Home page to get the back story if you are here for the first time, and welcome.)
If you recognize, or are, the dancer(s) depicted here, and would like to own the originals, I will mail it to you.
REMINDER: THESE SHOTS WILL BE UP FOR 3 WEEKS. IF THE SUBJECT HAS NOT CLAIMED THEM, THEY WILL BE MAILED TO WHOMEVER WILL CARE FOR THEM, AND HAVE THE RIGHTS TO THEM
Please e-mail me at email@example.com with a STREET address, and I will mail your photo(s) with a copyright release form.
Please pay postage and packaging (c.$6 . . . sorry, multiple photos cost what the P.O. determines)
If you are in a position to donate for the work I am doing with Milton’s photos, a donation would be truly appreciated, though not necessary.
(Use the Donate button for donations and/or postage when it is working . . . soon)
Otherwise, snail mail is nice and personal.
3426 Telford St., #5
Cincinnati, OH 45220
First come, first serve, 3 weeks after a photo is posted and hasn’t been claimed, they will grace the collections of whomever writes and requests first [#233 is the door prize]! Up to 30 photographs per person. PLEASE INCLUDE SCAN NOS. AND POST NAMES
You are the audience Milton always wanted for these photos, you who will care for them and be nourished with good memories always