Masterpiece Marketing Group LLC.

Digitizing and Monetizing The World's Great Archives

Our history is disappearing...

There is a world of unseen photographs, gathering dust and deteriorating in back storage rooms and warehouse basements. Photos that tell an important story, irreplaceable windows into our past. These archives and collections, accumulated over decades and centuries are slowly fading away because companies don't have the staff, resources or knowhow to digitally preserve them. The legacies of Companies and photographers are simply disappearing.

We seek to change that...

We want to perserve those historic treasures and make it possible for them to be shared with the world, often for the very first time. Our turnkey services assist clients in preserving these unique historic legacies but we're more than a scanning company. We transform these backroom photo morgues into revenue producing digital archives often at little or no cost to the archive owners. We invite you to explore our services, browse our websites, and then contact us to see how we can help you preserve your legacy.

3 Amazing webstores, each with it's own unique content

Stunning vintage photographs and ephemera from the historic archives of Culver Pictures, New York.

Content Includes:
  • Classic Hollywood and NY theater glamour photography
  • Historic military and conflict photographs
  • Early sports photography
  • Turn of the century location photography
  • Bain News Service and other early news service photos from around the world
  • CDV's, Cabinet Cards, Real Photo Postcards, Stereo Views and Albumen Prints
  • Engravings and etchings dating back to the 1600s
  • Ephemera of all types including rare books, movie and propoganda posters, early magazines and newspapers, sheet music, playbills and clippings


Photographs from the working newspaper archives of:

  • Chicago Tribune
  • Memphis Commercial Appeal
  • Philadelphia Tribune
The archive also includes the incredible celebrity and scenic photography of legendary entertainment photographer Peter C. Borsari.


Photographs from the working newspaper archives of:

  • Baltimore Sun
  • Allentown Morning Call
Popular subjects include:
  • Sports and racing photography
  • Military photography
  • Celebrity photographs
  • World events


Glass negative photo of Grand Central Station in June of 1912

Grand Central Station - June 1912 - Glass Negative

Would you like to talk to us about your archive?

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Don't let your legacy turn to dust!