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Samples of restored photos, that were damaged in superstorm Sandy, hang on the wall at Nassau County Community College. The photos were restored by Cherished Albums Restoration Effort and were on display at the community college in Garden City. (April 7, 2013)

Family photos restored after Sandy damage

After superstorm Sandy, families recovered lost treasures with the help of the Cherished Albums Restoration Effort at Nassau Community College in Garden City.

Mariusz Socha, a volunteer, scans photos damaged in
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Mariusz Socha, a volunteer, scans photos damaged in superstorm Sandy. Photos were brought to Cherished Albums Restoration Effort at Nassau Community College in Garden City for digital restoration. (April 7, 2013)

Nassau Community College students Amy Quinanialla (right) and
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Nassau Community College students Amy Quinanialla (right) and Alejandra Lopez (second to left) sort photos damaged in superstorm Sandy for digital restoration at Cherished Albums Restoration Effort at the Garden City college. (April 7, 2013)

Sue Dooley (left), chair of the art department
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Sue Dooley (left), chair of the art department at Nassau County Community College, looks at a photo album with Paul Schieda that was damaged in superstorm Sandy. It was brought to Cherished Albums Restoration Effort for digital restoration. (April 7, 2013)

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Sue Dooley, who is the chair of the
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Sue Dooley, who is the chair of the art department at Nassau County Community College, looks at a photo album damaged by superstorm Sandy. It was brought to Cherished Albums Restoration Effort for digital restoration at the community college in Garden City. (April 7, 2013)

Paul Schieda and his wife, Teresa Schieda, go
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Paul Schieda and his wife, Teresa Schieda, go through photos that were damaged in superstorm Sandy. The group Cherished Albums Restoration Effort scans photos damaged by superstorm Sandy for digital restoration at Nassau Community College in Garden City. (April 7, 2013)

Sue Dooley (left), art department chair at Nassau
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Sue Dooley (left), art department chair at Nassau County Community College, looks at a photo album that was damaged in superstorm Sandy with Paul Schieda. It was brought to Cherished Albums Restoration Effort in Garden City. Teresa Schieda (second from left) and Anthony Schieda, 3, look through photos. (April 7, 2013)

Samantha Schieda, 9, and her brother Anthony Schieda,
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Samantha Schieda, 9, and her brother Anthony Schieda, 3, watch as their father Paul Schieda holds a photo of Samantha that was damaged in superstorm Sandy. The photo was brought to Cherished Albums Restoration Effort at Nassau Community College in Garden City for digital restoration. (April 7, 2013)

Samples of restored photos, that were damaged in
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Samples of restored photos, that were damaged in superstorm Sandy, hang on the wall at Nassau County Community College. The photos were restored by Cherished Albums Restoration Effort and were on display at the community college in Garden City. (April 7, 2013)

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