I scan prints myself at home, that's a small enough number to do yourself. My 40,000 slides are another matter though, a touch more time consuming. I have been reluctant to send them out for scanning, much of that is done overseas these days and I would be beyond upset at their loss.
Looking for suggestions or recommendations of any USA based companies who provide scanning services. I've got over 200 plus print photo's I would like scanned into a Digital format and don't have the time to do it myself.
I use North Coast Photo here in San Diego for slide development and scanning. They do really good work. Here's a 35mm slide of Velvia 100, scanned at their high res level
Whith any scanning service what you are paying for is the hand work. Ask if they have a real human look at and correct the scans. Most of the low cost US based companies use automation and the high end service use humans.
Well, that and the low-end bulk-scan services are using epson & nikon desktop scanners, and high-end pro services use drum scanners, but of course the drum scan is going to cost you 20-30 times more per scan. Of course, the OP didn't say what sort of quality he was after or how much he was willing to spend. (ScanCafe may use humans, but they say they're doing 20 scans per hour, which would still require significant automation.)