We’re excited to welcome the Amadeo León Collection of Boconó Photographs to the Flickr Commons! They host a private collection of twentieth-century images of the people and communities of Boconó, a small city in the Venezuelan Andes.
Ten years ago today, the Library of Congress joined the Flickr Commons with the aim of ensuring better access to their historical photo collections.
Médiathèques Valence Romans Agglo, or Network of Media Libraries of Valence Romans Agglo, Valence, Rhone-Alpes, consists of 14 public libraries located in the Southeastern region […]
Halifax Municipal Archives is a historical research center for the region of Halifax, Canada, which stretches along Nova Scotia’s Atlantic coast from the rural communities […]
We are very happy to welcome the Armenian Studies Program at California State University, Fresno to the Flickr Commons! The program, established in 1977, offers undergraduate courses […]
We’re happy to welcome the Department of Geography at the University of California, Berkeley to the Flickr Commons. Formed in 1898, it is one of […]
The Camden Library has a vast collection of historical photos and documents of historical significance to the residents of Camden and Rockport.
The American Aviation Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation and dissemination of the rich heritage of American aviation.
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!