Josh Jones writes about "Walker Evans and James Agee’s extraordinary work of literary photojournalism, Let Us Now Praise Famous Men," and the Library of Congress's online collection of Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Color Photographs.
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Princeton University recently made available the Minor White Archive online.
White was "one of the most important photographic artists of the twentieth century" and the online archive has over 26,000 digitized items.
Dan Cohen, Vice Provost for Information Collaboration, Dean of the Libraries, and Professor of History at Northeastern University, reacts to the news that the Library of Congress will stop archiving all tweets:
The Significance of the Twitter Archive at the Library of Congress, Dan Cohen's blog, December 29, 2017, http://www.dancohen.org/2017/12/29/the-significance-of-the-twitter-archive-at-the-library-...
"Historical scientific instruments and artifacts stored at the University of Toronto are coming to light in an ever-growing digital catalogue that includes objects such as an EEG machine."
Source: Tamar Harris, Thestar.com, December 27, 2017, https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2017/12/27/historical-artifacts-organized-into-digital-ca...
The VERSPERA research project, Digitisation and modelling of the plans relating to Versailles under the Ancien Régime, "aims to make the plans of the Versailles Estate under the Ancien Régime available to the public and to restore some of the missing parts through3D modelling."