U.S. National Park Service makes over 100,000 images freely available online
Open Culture reports that the U.S. National Park Service has launched the Open Parks Network:
a portal to thousands of photographs and documents dating from the very beginnings of many of its parks—some of which, like Yosemite and Yellowstone, came under federal protection before the NPS existed, and some, like New York’s Stonewall Inn, only given protected monumental status this year. The Open Parks Network includes over 20 different parks and several dozen collections that document specific periods.

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