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Local History Dept at Columbus-Lowndes Public Library Receives New Microfilm Machine

COLUMBUS, Miss.- The Local History Department at the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library now has a new ST ViewScan II microfilm machine. The machine includes the latest technology and uses a 24” flat screen computer monitor to view the microfilm. Features of the ST ViewScan II include a cropping tool that allows users to select multiple, independent […]

Hutchinson Library Acquires New Digital Microfilm Reader

Thanks to a new state-of-the-art digital microfilm reader system, Hutchinson Public Lbrary patrons can once again access the library’s microfilm collection of Hutchinson Leader newspapers. The new networkable system replaced the library’s 1970-era microfilm reader. This purchase was made possible through a $7,385 grant from the Minnesota Historical Society through the Minnesota Arts and Cultural […]

ST Imaging Donates $5,000 to BCRF

With the holidays fast approaching ST Imaging has been thinking about what we are thankful for. Topping our list is our ability to donate $5,000 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF)! Starting last January ST Imaging launched a partnership with BCRF with a pledge to give $5 for every demonstration ST Imaging provided at […]

ST Imaging President and Family Take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

In recognition and remembrance of company founder Thomas P. Anderson Sr., who passed away in 1990 from complications related to ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease), ST Imaging President Tom Anderson Jr., along with sons Matt and Fitz, and grandson Wells, take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. In 1959 Thomas P. Anderson Sr. founded  Microseal Corporation – […]

Scanning directly to Memories

From the Genealogy’s Star Blog – Sunday, August 10, 2014 Matt Anderson of ST Imaging wrote to me about their products that interface directly with I believed that his letter would be of interest to my readers: Hi James, My name is Matt Anderson and work for the microfilm scanner manufacturing company ST Imaging. I noticed on […]