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Library of Congress on Flickr

Library of Congress tests Web 2.0 photo archive, By Wade-Hahn Chan, FCW.com, March 24, 2008. “The Library of Congress has turned to the popular online picture-sharing community of Flickr for help with tagging the library’s voluminous photo archives.”

Library of Congress Photos on Flickr, Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Reading Room. “We invite you to tag and comment on the photos, and we also welcome identifying information—many of these old photos came to us with scanty descriptions!” See also the FAQ.

The Library of Congress’ photos, Flickr. “Yes. We really are THE Library of Congress.”

See also: EPA Pilot Project Tagging Project.

CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

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