11,000 Digitized Books From 1923 Are Now Available Online at the Internet Archive

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"Thanks to the expiration of the so-called "Micky Mouse Protection Act," the U.S. Copyright Office will release a year’s worth of art, literature, scholarship, photography, film, etc. into the public domain, starting with 1923 this year then moving through the 20th century each subsequent year." Thanks to the Internet Archive, " we already have almost 11,000 texts from 1923 in multiple digital formats, just a click or two away. "

Source: Josh Jones, "11,000 Digitized Books From 1923 Are Now Available Online at the Internet Archive," Open Culture, January 4 2019, http://www.openculture.com/2019/01/11000-digitized-books-from-1923-are-now-available-onlin...