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www.archives.gov/research/alic/reference/photography

The NYPL Picture Collection Online The Picture Collection Online, from the New York Public Library, is an image resource site composed of 30,000 digitized images focusing on New York City, costume, design, American history and other subjects. "The Pageant of America" Photograph Archive

www.archives.gov/public

Resources for the General Public We have more than 9 billion paper records, 30 million photographs and close to 3 million maps and charts, all stored in more than 30 buildings around the country. These historical documents are available to you in our exhibits and research rooms. Some are on this website. Visit America's Historical Documents

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This set features images from the U.S. National Archives that are believed to be in the public domain. As NARA explains: "The vast majority of digitized historical documents and photographs in ARC are in the public domain. Therefore, no written permission is required to use them. We would appreciate your crediting the National Archives and Records Administration as the original source.

www.archives.gov/social-media/flickr-faqs

Why is the National Archives placing photographs on Flickr? The National Archives has joined Flickr to share images of National Archives archival photographs and documents in a new way with National Archives researchers, potential researchers, and the public. We are excited to participate in Flickr's active online community.

support.google.com/photos/answer/7362432

You can hide photos from your Photos view and move them to archive. This can help you organize your photos and hide any photo that you don’t want to see often. Any photos that you archive: Will still be in any albums that they were added to, search results, and folders on your device.

www.archives.gov/publications/prologue/2004/winter/top-images.html

Some of the nation's most famous photographers—including Ansel Adams—have taken photographs for the federal government, as Adams did for the National Park Service. The Ansel Adams photographs in the National Archives are the only images of his that are in the public domain. What makes the one of the Snake River so popular?

www.loc.gov/pictures

The Prints and Photographs Online Catalog (PPOC) contains catalog records and digital images representing a rich cross-section of still pictures held by the Prints & Photographs Division and, in some cases, other units of the Library of Congress. The Library of Congress offers broad public access to these materials as a contribution to education and scholarship.

99designs.com/blog/resources/public-domain-image-resources

4. Public Domain Pictures. Public Domain Pictures includes lots of high-quality free public domain images, although some photos are only available with a premium membership to the site. Be sure to check the license listed on each individual photo, since some require that your credit the author (not great for commercial designs).

gizmodo.com/the-most-requested-photo-in-the-national-archives-is-of-1678324964

The most requested photo in the National Archives is of Nixon and Elvis ... Elvis even takes some digs at the Beatles for being a "force for anti-American spirit." ... This Wired Article From 2007 ...

www.archivists.org/periodicals/aa_v66/review-rosenzweig-aa66_2.asp

What, then, do we make of a book that arrives in the mail with a plain maroon cover (no pictures, no blurbs, nothing but the title and the author) and an almost deliberately bland title consisting of nondescript words and phrases like “accountability,” “records,” “public good” and “modern society?”