Crawford Enterprise

The combined website of Al and Charlotte Crawford

Al Crawford is a retired professor of Computer Science who now has an active interest in photography and in Photoshop.  Al regularly exhibits his photographs and also is active in teaching Photoshop to those who are interested.

Charlotte Crawford is a retired member of the Extension program of Illinois.  She is currently continuing her work as a CFPtm as well as being very active in the making of wire-wrapped jewelery.

Al Crawford's Interests
  • Digital Photography Resources -- Al is an avid photographer and these pages contain a wealth if information Al has collected over the past few years as well as the tutorials and articles he has written on the subject.
  • Green Valley Forums -- Forums designed to promote discussions within the Green Valley. Arizona, Recreation hobby clubs.  And all outsiders are welcome to view and join in the discussions.
  • Photos from around the world -- these are slide shows of images that Al has taken on his various trips.  A few of the images were taken by Charlotte.
  • Family History -- Woodrow and Leona Crawford each wrote a history of their life.  That history is found here along with the photographs of Woodrow, Jennie Crawford, and the collected family photographs of Woodrow and Leona.
  • Family Photographs -- Al and Charlotte, between them, have three children and three grandchildren.  You will, in the future, find a photographic history of them by following this link.
  • Family Forums -- Forums for the Crawfords, the Lichliters, and other family groups related to Al and Charlotte.
  • 997th Artillery Battalion -- On the 27th of June in 1944 the 997th Field Artillery Battalion landed on Omaha Beach in Normandy.  The 1st Sargent of A Company was Woodrow Crawford.  
  • Al's Professional History -- Al spent his professional life as a teacher of mathematics and computer science.  His professional vita is listed here as well as the archived websites of his last two positions.

Charlotte Crawford's Interests