I am curious as to how the Grumble community of framers views the framing of items that might seem objectionable. We had a client that we don't see often bring in a photo of her grandparents wedding in Germany, asking for our help in scanning the image and having a restorer complete work before we framed it. The groom appears to be a Nazi officer and the couple is walking down the aisle with soldiers on either side giving the Hitler salute with their swastika armbands in plain sight. The client said nothing about it other than she wanted the tones adjusted. It left me really questioning whether I should proceed or not in taking the project. It is her family history and I would assume that all of the wedding photos show his uniform. This situation has led to some interesting conversations with framer friends about projects they've run across that might cross some lines and what they are willing to take in or refuse. Not sure if this is something where a policy can be developed or if it is a case by case situation to evaluate. What are your experiences and do you have set policies in place for your staff to follow?