My husband hit the historical jackpot this afternoon. He was digging around in the attic of our nearly 100-year-old home (which we've owned for all of 2 years!) and found 2 boxes full of the original owner's old receipts, documents, correspondence and other things that will make for fascinating reading for weeks to come! He also found some photographs, which we estimate are from the 1920's or earlier. When we moved in, the previous owners gave us a photo of the house with the original owner standing in front in the early 20's...that photo had been framed but was extremely faded. I quickly scanned a copy of it in case it should fade further and then kept it on display. The photos we found today are still in excellent condition. They're very clear and not at all faded. They show the original owners, their son and daughter or daughter-in-law standing in front of the house. I'd really like to display them, but I'm afraid of having them fade away. Is there something I can have done to preserve them so that I put them out to enjoy, or are they better off tucked away back in the attic? We're only the 3rd owners of this house (which apparently cost $2000 to build and was originally a poultry yard) and that's amazing for a house of this age in this area....most have turned over far more than 3 times in nearly a century! We have a historical marker out front, and people often ask to see the house. I'd love to be able to share these old old pictures and the documents we've found but I worry about exposing them to the elements! Any advice?