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A multimedia website of digitized historical documents, photographs, sound recordings, moving pictures, books, pamphlets, maps, and other resources from the Library of Congress. More than 100 collections and 9 million individual items are available.
Yale's digital collections, including images from the Peabody Museum, Center for British Art, University Art Gallery, Library Map Collection, and Walpole Library Prints and Drawings. May 2011 announcement from Yale Office of Public Affairs (http://opac.yale.edu/news/article.aspx?id=8544) indicates all public domain material is available for open access and use without license fees.
Images from the library's digital collections, including Beinecke Rare Books and Manuscripts, Silk Road Database, Ross Archive of African Images, Manuscripts and Archives, Classics Department, and more.
What can I use these images for?
Every database is different! Check each database's license terms if you are unsure if you can use an image.
Typically, images from databases can be used for:
Student presentations or multimedia projects
Faculty classroom presentations
Often (but not always), images cannot be used for: