We are happy to welcome the Texas State University to the Flickr Commons. Read on to learn more and discover their first collection covering the University’s football program.
The Gallen-Kallela Museum is a cultural historical museum dedicated to the work of Finnish artist Akseli Gallen-Kallela. They aspire to make its art and historical collections as easily accessible as possible.
Check out the newest institution to join the Flickr Commons, the Archivo Histórico General de Sinaloa. Browse their collection and share your meaningful comments with them!
The DGPI hosts a extensive collection documenting the country’s political history, urbanization, industry, education policies and social life reaching to the 1930s. Be sure to check out the DGPI’s collection!
The Regionaal Archief Alkmaar has a large a collection of online and offline documents, including photos, maps, books and genealogical data from the region of North-Holland, The Netherlands.
We are happy to welcome the Congregation of Sisters of St. Joseph in Canada as our latest member of The Commons. Check out its historical collection including records related to the many hospitals and programs built by the Sisters across Ontario and western Canada.
We are very happy to welcome the University of Victoria Libraries (UVic) as the newest member of the Flickr Commons. Read on to learn more about the institution’s historical collection.
We’re very happy to welcome the Netherlands Institute of Military History (NIMH) to the Flickr Commons! It is a research institute that serves all those with an interest in the military past of the Netherlands.
We are excited to welcome the The National Library of Medicine, the world’s largest biomedical library, to The Commons. Read on to learn more about the initial collection of photographs.
We are happy to welcome the Université de Caen Basse-Normandie to The Commons today. Read on to learn more and discover their first albums covering World War I.
We are excited to welcome the Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Library of the Graduate Institute Geneva to the Commons! Their initial batch of photographs shows content from the personal archives of Boris Souvarine, a communist activist, journalist and historian.