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Roughly 600 pix so far? The contest total uploads is about 1900 so far. I better check to be sure you know about the CC-BY-SA licesnse. Do you know how to place the pix in the tables? Just after the image= put the filename, but without the"File:" part. Welcome, and just click "talk" after my signature to leave a mesaage on my talk page. Smallbones (talk) 04:48, 3 September 2012 (UTC)
Your contributions to South Carolina NRHP photographs have been most appreciated! The is problem with Bellevue Historic District.jpg. It was linked to the en: Arsenal Hill (Columbia) page and the "Arsenal Hill" NRHP. This file sounds like the en: Belleview Historic District in Columbia. "Arsenal Hill" as an NRHP is the Palmetto Iron Works and Armory. I uploaded a picture of that building to replace the incorrect one. The description and coordinates of Belleview Historic District.jpg needs to changes to be delinked from Arsenal Hill. If it is actually in the Belleview Historic District, it could be used on the en: National Register of Historic Places listings in Columbia, South Carolina. If I have been in error, please tell me how to correct it. KudzuVine (talk) 23:19, 15 September 2012 (UTC)
Feel like writing articles?
Photos look better in articles, but it can take some time to write them up. Any help appreciated. Ask me about Elkman's infobox tool when you're ready to go. Smallbones (talk) 20:53, 12 October 2012 (UTC)
Just wanted to say thank you for your Rosenwald School photos. The interior of the restored school is really neat, it shows how they used natural light. I added them to the page on Rosenwald schools
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