Kept for years in shed, films now being preserved
This Dec. 18, 2013 photo shows Mike Zahs talking about the history of the century old nitrate-based films he has had for some 30 years from inside his home in rural Washington County, Iowa.
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#1 Dec 31, 2013
This is a fantastic story about a fantastic teacher. I had the privilege of having Mr. zahs as my 7th grade Iowa history teacher and am so grateful for the experience! He is one of the reasons I became a teacher myself. Mr. Zahs loved telling stories that truly brought history to life! Im glad he is sharing the film footage now.
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