There is nothing more heartbreaking for us than to talk to a client who has spent hours and dollars digitizing their photo collection, only to find out that the files are too small or too low-quality for archival purposes. They may look fine on Faceboo
Family History wall -- I& so tempted to do this in a miniature version and copy the older pictures, tint the sepia to a dark color, and make a family rainbow or color-gradient tree. Ending with Baby Stardust, of course.
The Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage provides a guide for conducting oral history interviews. Interviewing members of your family and community is a great way to learn about history, culture, and traditions.