Hello, I'm brand new to this forum, and am looking for some input into a project that I'm working on at my job. We've moved into a new office, and I've been tasked with looking for old pictures of the neighbourhood and the building we work in here in Toronto. It's a pretty exciting project for me, as I love finding out about the history of a place and the people who used to work here (it was an old tannery back in the 1800s). My question really stems from how to go about this. We're looking at about 20-25 pictures for the office, ranging from architectural plans and maps to old black and whites of the streets. I'm planning on taking a trip to the archives to look at pictures that are already available for viewing on the internet, but I want to make sure that they look nice and crisp. How would you suggest going about this? A lot of the pictures I've gathered have been from the Internet, and I'm worried about the quality that I'll be able to get from them. We're looking at 18x24 for most of the pictures other than a few larger pieces. Would you recommend taking pictures from the Internet, as long as the resolution is okay? I'm not worried about the archived pics, as they will be high quality scans to then get printed off and framed. Finally, what sort of printing should I go for? High quality glossy photo? I really appreciate any and all input on this. Thanks so much in advance!