Can free-space profiles be about things that don't exist anymore?

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I really like WikiTree.  You've organized it well and the concept of one profile for one person is excellent.  Your free-space profile is intriguing.  I have information and pictures on a place that existed in the 1930's but is not around today.  Would that be okay for a free-space profile?
in WikiTree Help by Pat Miller G2G6 Mach 3 (31.0k points)

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I'd say it's important that you do. Please make sure your pictures are free from copyright issues.
by C. Mackinnon G2G6 Pilot (271k points)
selected by Suzanne Doig
Great answer! I agree - please help remember that place by starting a Free Space page. We're here to help if you need assistance to get it started. :)
Thank you. First I have to organize the information in a biography of the place.  The pictures were handed down in the family, taken at the time.  If I run into problems creating it, I'll ask for help.
I second that emotion.  I can't tell you how frustrating it is to discover what exactly was some place or some thing that is no longer in existence.
Successfully created Sidney Lanier Camp, a depression-era summer camp. Now I have to fill it with my information and pictures.  So thank you C. Mackinnon, Suzanne Doig, E. Childs and Lucy Selvaggio-Diaz for your encouragement!

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