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Submit your Images

The Boilermaker History Preservation Department will consider photos submitted by members for inclusion in the museum and for other promotional/information purposes.

Images may be submitted in either digital or print formats. All prints submitted will be scanned and placed in an image database. A decision on whether to post submissions to the museum will be based on image quality, relevance, available information about the photo source and contents, and other parameters.

Use the online form below to submit a digital file or print out the form and send in with a photo print.

Please include date and place photo was taken and the names and titles of people in your photograph.
Files must be less than 10 MB.
Allowed file types: gif jpg png bmp tif.
I confirm that I own the photo and grant permission to use the photo in the Boilermaker Museum and for other bonafide promotional/informational applications in the interest of the IBB and its affiliate organizations.

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