To open, a quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson about a limbo of libraries… In a library we are surrounded by many hundreds of dear friends, […]
Reporting from Auckland, I’m sitting next to Courtney Johnston, Web Editor at the National Library of New Zealand. One of the very first enquiries we […]
By the time of the Great War, photography was entering a robust seventy-fifth year. The cumbersome equipment and demanding processes of earlier battlefields had been […]
We’ve added new tiles from OpenStreetMap for two cities on the Flickr world map: For Kabul, Afghanistan… …and Baghdad, Iraq. The pictures in Kabul are […]
With over 14 million images in their collection, the Nationaal Archief is the largest public archive in the Netherlands, and we’re thrilled to have them […]
The first Canadian institution in The Commons on Flickr joins us today. Musée McCord Museum shares with us a glorious selection of historic photos of […]
From thespians to auto-workers, street views to the air, the Adolph B. Rice Studio Collection reminds me somewhat of what we now know as a […]
“Firsts” is the theme that guided the State Library of New South Wales‘ curation of their first installment in The Commons on Flickr. Welcome! Browse […]
Jessica Johnston, curator in the George Eastman House photo department, has selected a new round of photographs to share with us in The Commons. In […]
The National Maritime Museum in Greenwich joins The Commons on Flickr today. Comprised of three separate sites – the Maritime Galleries, the Royal Observatory and […]
Photos from φ [浪人], Lina.S, TommyOshima, and Zebrio. Discovered in scribeoflight’s favourites.
Thank you, lisa scheer.