If you're one of three siblings, and the oldest, what is the etiquette when you are in possession of all of your deceased parents photographs and albums? My stepfather (and mother) have painstakingly scanned in over 4,000 family photographs from my stepfather's parents. The quality of the scans aren't as good as the originals. He's making a CD for his two younger sisters of these scans, however, he feels the original photos should be somehow divided between the three of them. What is the proper way to do this when it is clear there may be some dispute over who gets what albums and what photos? I have suggested a sort of lottery with each person picking an album or particular photo in a numerical order, but are there other ways? What is the proper etiquette in this situation?
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