New creative commons image search

With thanks to H-HistBibl for the reference from the Open Culture website:

"Creative Commons has officially launched CC Search, a search engine that indexes over 300 million images from 19 image collections, "including cultural works from museums (the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Art), graphic designs and art works (Behance, DeviantArt), photos from Flickr, and an initial set of CC0 3D designs from Thingiverse." All of the i

A Free Online Photo Archive Explores the Middle East’s Pluralistic History

"In September 2017, the American Center of Oriental Research (ACOR) in Amman, Jordan published an online archive of historical images from across the Middle East. The project is being supported by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education...

North Carolinians' Military Photo Collections Online

As part of the State Archives of North Carolinia's continuing efforts to expand online access to the materials in its Military Collection, we are pleased to announce the availability for free online thousands of photographs from North Carolina military veterans and of the home front. These photographs are posted as low-resolution scans with complete descriptions on the State Archives' Flickr page. Specific collections have been set up of multiple albums of photographs from various sources and veterans for several wars, including WWI, WWII, Korean War, and the Vietnam War.

New Archive of Middle Eastern Photography Features 9,000 Digitized Images

"From Shamoon Zamir, a literature professor at NYU Abu Dhabi, comes a "research archive of historical and contemporary photography from the Middle East and Northern Africa (MENA)," designed to be  fully accessible to the public."

The collection is here:

Re: Photo Conservator Needed

Gordon, Contact Gary Saretzky, Archivist for Monmouth County. I know of no one more knowledgeable about photographs than he. Gary should be able to help with this.

Phone: 732-308-3771 ext. 5



Gary is an excellent resource for general advice and referrals, and many of us have attended his workshops on varous aspects of photography over the years.

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