Someone just sent us a photograph taken at the June 1–3 2003 G8 Summit, with Bush, Blair, and a whole passel of leaders sitting around a conference table. It was sent to us because a colleague noticed that right smack in front of everyone was a brochure we put together.
Unfortunately, despite the piece being right in front of every attendee, it’s not easy to see the cover from the photograph. In other words, it’s not the greatest publicity picture. However, given that it’s from the G8 Summit, we assume that there were loads of photos taken by loads of official and unofficial photographers. Searches at various stock agencies isn’t panning out. Email sent to email@example.com hasn’t been answered. Messenger pigeons have been eaten by anti-globalization protestors.
Now what? Any suggestions as to who or what agency to contact to describe and possibly help with the research? I get that there is probably a lot of pictures from that year with several leaders sitting around a conference table, but where do we turn to start narrowing down the list of meetings?