The Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) is pleased to announce the addition of two brand-new exhibitions on the subjects of Depression-era American theater and the 19th-century US gold rush to its growing collection of curated virtual exhibitions (dp.la/exhibitions).
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A guest post from Lisa Gregory, Digital Projects Librarian, North Carolina Digital Heritage Center, exploring untitled archival images.
This post explores the diversity of groups represented in DPLA’s collections and partnerships.
Now, on the 50th anniversary of this tragic day, users can look at the evidence themselves using the DPLA archives.
We want educators to make use of the incredible primary and secondary resources available through the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA). Here’s a quick guide to some topics and themes represented in the DPLA’s vast collections of openly available materials.
To highlight the DPLA service hubs and the digital objects they’ve contributed to the DPLA, the DPLA research assistants (the DPLAmats!) put together a Zeega multimedia slideshow featuring audio introductions to several of the DPLA’s Hubs and images of some of the archival content those Hubs contain.
This is the first post in a series looking deeply at some of the objects, images, and collections available through the DPLA