One New Year's Resolution is to get all (or at least some!) of my old black & white photos scanned for posterity. My dad was an acrobat in the fifties having spent time as a PT instructor in the Marines. He met some guys in a gym in Australia and formed a threesome doing a comedy acrobat routine, dressed in suits and hats. They were on the Ed Sullivan show once and also the Royal Command Performance at the Palladium in '55 I think and I have quite a few old signed publicity photos from the likes of Lena Horne, Harry Secomb and others of that era. There are many, many photos of the guys tumbling on the beach and standing on the precipice of a cliff head to head or doing handstands and I really want to preserve them for posterity. My question is, what's the best way to do this, I have no idea! http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/49629331 Top left, small writing "The Chadells". This was my dad's troupe. They also went under the name of Latona, Graham and Chadell. My parents lived in Australia for 5 years both in Adelaide and Perth.