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DPLA teams up with Imgur for the Summer of Archives

DPLA teams up with Imgur for the Summer of Archives
Posted by DPLA on June 2, 2014 in DPLA Updates, News & Blog.

We’re excited to announce that DPLA is officially teaming up with Imgur, the popular online photo-sharing platform, to launch an experiment in their gallery from now until August. We’re calling it the Summer of Archives.

The idea is simple: throughout the summer we’re going to pull together some awesome collections of images and gifs using open materials found in DPLA. The very first installment — collecting 10 GIFs from historical WW2-era footage — is in the gallery right now: http://imgur.com/gallery/rKbep.

You can read the full announcement on Imgur’s blog. Be sure to keep up with the Summer of Archives on Twitter, Facebook, and here on our blog. Enjoy!


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