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Category Archives: Digital Collections
Europeana 1914-1918 – untold stories & official histories of WW1
Europeana 1914-1918 – untold stories & official histories of WW1 New corresponding Hitler postcard found Two days after the soldier Adolf Hitler wrote this postcard to his comrade Karl Lanzhammer telling him about avisit to the dentist, he wrote another … Continue reading
Center for Jewish History Offers Free “Ask the Experts” and “Behind the Scenes” Programs April 28 and 29 For National Preservation Week
The Center for Jewish History is pleased to announced its participation in the Association for Library Collections & Technical Services‘ Preservation Week from April 27 – May 3, 2014. This year we will be hosting a number of exciting events … Continue reading
New Top 10 Reasons Why Libraries are still Important – Stephen’s Lighthouse New
Top 10 Reasons Why Libraries are still Important? http://en.docsity.com/news/interesting-facts/top-10-reasons-libraries-important/ “Most of people predict that the digital age will wipe public bookshelves clean and permanently end the centuries-old era of libraries. Despite their perceived obsolescence in the digital age both libraries … Continue reading
Vatican library plans to digitise 82,000 of its most valuable manuscripts – Telegraph
A 1,600-year-old manuscript featuring the poems of Virgil is among the collection being digitised by the Vatican Apostolic Library with the help of a Japanese IT firm An illustration of the Dante’s Divina Commedia realized by artist Sandro Botticelli in … Continue reading
This Guy Drew a Cat. You Won’t Believe What Happened 4 Centuries Later. – Wired Campus – Blogs – The Chronicle of Higher Education
Franz Helm’s illustrated manual on pyrotechnic weapons was around for more than four centuries before it went viral. When the German artillery expert wrote the manual, in the mid-1500s, he unwittingly created a piece of media ideally suited to the … Continue reading
World Digital Library grows to 10,000 items – The Washington Post
By Associated Press, Published: March 6 WASHINGTON — The World Digital Library led by the Library of Congress reached a milestone Thursday, surpassing 10,000 items with the addition of ancient manuscripts from the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore.Officials said the digital … Continue reading
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