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 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.
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’re excited to welcome the Internet Archive with an initial selection from its 14 million high-resolution image scans spanning more than 5 centuries to The Commons. Read on for all the details.
Join us in welcoming the Tyrrell Historical Library, established in 1974 to serve as a research repository for historical and genealogical information related to Beaumont and the surrounding Southeast Texas, USA, community.
We are thrilled to welcome Preus Museum, the national museum of photography in Norway, to The Commons today. Read on to get to know more about the museum and its collections.
Join us in welcoming the Local History and Archives Department of the Hamilton Public Library to The Commons. The department has been collecting and preserving a wide range of materials relating to the historical development of the City of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, and the Hamilton-Wentworth region since 1914.
Please join us in welcoming the University of British Columbia Library Digitization Centre as our latest member of The Commons. The first albums include historical items related to British Columbia history, immigration and settlement as well as the Canadian Pacific Railway Company and the Capilano Suspension Bridge.
We’re happy to announce that SALT, a cultural institution from Turkey, is joining The Commons today. SALT is an independent not-for-profit cultural institution from Turkey that explores critical and timely issues in visual and material culture.