What was digitized, 6/8/2012
- Recalling the start of when most archaeological excavations in Egypt occured, American University in Cairo added a new collection of 101 photographs of Egypt in the 1890s to its Rare Books and Special Collections Digital Library.
- While the Detroit Historical Society is closed for renovation, 6,000 images of artifacts from different periods in motor city history in its collection will be online, while the overall goal to put 70,000 images online continues for the next two years.
- Anyone wondering what small-town Indiana life in the 1970s was like now can get a vivid picture. Around 200 images shot by newspaper photographer Jerry Joschko around Muncie, Ind., are now in the Ball State University digital media repository.
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