Thanks Guys. I'll let you know how I make out
Well I took two of the frames apart, and took off the double over mat. The prints are actually 8"x10" mounted to 12"x15" mats. I was able to fit the mat and print into my Epson flat bed scanner. Beacuse of the mat thickness, the actual print was not in contact with the glass. To my amazement, the copies are in sharp focus. Even more amazing, was that I used Kodak's Digital ROC Photoshop plug-in, and it did a beautiful job of restoring color. The sky and water again showed blue, etc. I did bump up the saturation a bit in Photoshop. But the originals were made in the mid 1930's and had started to become "sepia". The ROC fixed it. I am thrilled with the results, as they are family heirlooms, and the negatives are long ago lost.