Hey friends, neighbors and readers,
We come today with the happy announcement long in the making: Our Three Days in Paradise production team has entered into an agreement with the Gold Nugget Museum to donate all materials contributed by the public to our production to the Museum poste haste.
That means anything you give to us to use in our series, to tell the local and larger stories of the Paradise Ridge and the Camp Fire, will find a home in the Gold Nugget. We’re proud and touched to be allowed to help in this small way to rebuild an institution that means so much to our Ridge.
We’re looking to do two things: 1). Help rebuild the historical images of the Ridge from the 1840s to November 7, 2018 and 2). Create the most complete, fully sourced archive of Camp Fire related images, video, audio and more.
That means we’re looking for everything: Phone videos, home videos, historical pictures, Polaroids, modern phone pics, Beta Tapes, VHS tapes, slides, news station footage & 8 mm films… Everything.
We will scan or digitize you originals and get them back to you. We will then pass on museum quality digital copies to the Museum for their archives.
We came to this decision when we realized the needs to make our series… historical images and what we all saw and heard on November 8 and in the aftermath, matched neatly with what the Museum would be needing for the future.
There are a few ways to get us footage.
1). If you’ve got physical images or material… video or audio tapes, home movies, old pictures, anything, give us a call (530-680-7125) or email and we’ll set up an appointment (Info@ThreeDaysInParadise.tv).
3). If you’re on an iPhone, select the photos and send us an iCloud link. You can send the link here: Info@ThreeDaysInParadise.tv
2 thoughts on “Helping the Gold Nugget Museum and Three Days in Paradise”
Do you want images and history from the 1800’s, or is that too far back?
My great great great grandparents came to Magalia. My great grandmother was born and raised in Paradise. Great grandfathers on both sides mined at their Pershbaker Mine. I have photos I could share.
Yes, yes, YES! Please call me. My number is in the post