Likable Links Report
Welcome to Camera Bits’ Likable Links report! Each week, we’ll collect the news, trends, tips and images that piqued our interest to share with you. We hope you find it informative, insightful, and enjoyable!
Here are this week’s likable links:
Getty Images has added 75,000 archival images from Meredith Corporation’s LIFE Picture Collection, a visual chronicle of the 20th Century, to its digital offerings as part of its renewed partnership. Among the 75,000 images are rarely seen photos of President Franklin D. Roosevelt standing and civil rights protests at the 1964 World’s Fair. Special attention was also given to photos about WWII, such as the first Nazi concentration camp to be liberated by American troops, as well as the exploration of the NASA space program, politics, science, fashion and social movement themes.
“High in the Sierra, Downieville, Calif., was about to become the latest American community to lose its newspaper. In stepped Carl Butz, a 71-year-old retiree.”
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