My present continues ... 20 more FREE (or mostly FREE) resources ...
1. The Ryerson Index -- an index to death notices appearing in Australian newspapers. The date range covered extends from the Sydney Gazette of 1803 up to newspapers published within the last week or so
3. Portrait of a Forgotten Hungary: Legendary Photographer’s 1500 Turn-of-the Century Pictures Made Public
11. Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) Announces 2015 Digitizing Hidden Special Collections and Archives Awards
12. Municipal Archives offer rare glimpse into NYC’s nearly 400-year history most people will never know
13. Know Your Digital Storage Media – A guide to the most common types of digital storage media found in archives
14. eGENEe -- a catalog of genealogy and history websites
16. Freedom on the Move [Cornell]
18. Penny Postcards
20. Uncle Remus Regional Library System [GA] – Digital Newspaper archive
Editor’s Note: As of today, each of the above links worked. Now, whether the links in any of the identified articles work, I cannot vouch for that. And, armed with the information provided, it should be relatively easy to get to determine where the discussed database currently resides. If you get really stuck, drop me an email and I’ll try to ferret out the recalcitrant link or cross out my entry in the above list!
Editor’s Note: Know of a neat resource that you think might be a hidden gem? Drop an email to [email protected].
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