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[AccuNet/AP] Searchable archive of historical and contemporary Associated Press photographs from the nineteenth century to the present. Brief stories available for most contemporary photos 48 hours after publication. Also included are maps, charts, logos and other graphics produced for the AP.
[EBSCO] Provides full-text coverage of more than 330 periodicals and 215 books. In addition, Art & Architecture Complete offers cover-to-cover indexing and abstracts for nearly 730 academic journals, magazines and trade publications, plus selective coverage for more than 70 additional publications and an Image Collection of over 64,000 images provided by Picture Desk and others.
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[ARTstor] Non-profit ARTstor's collection provides over 1 million high quality images of works of art from curated collections and associated data. Users wishing to
download images for educational use must register with ARTstor and login on the
ARTstor home page in order to be able to download images.
For more complete
information on copyright and on limitations to access and use of this
collection, see the ARTstor web page Terms and
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[Oxford UP] Provides access to the entire text of The Dictionary of Art with more
than 45,000 articles on the fine arts (painting, sculpture, and architecture)
and the decorative arts (ceramics, textiles, jewelery, interior design, etc.)
and biographies. Includes links to images from museums and other sites including
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[Maps.com] Maps101 is a web-based interactive database of over 4,000 viewable and printable history, thematic, reference, outline, current events and animated maps, teacher lesson plans, geography tools, online learning games, dynamic interactive map modules. After you are redirected to the Maps101 web site click on the Yellow Box "Subscriber Login" to begin using this database.Return to Top
[New York Public Library] Images of over 275,000 maps, architectural plans, drawing, photographs, etc. from image collections of the New York Public Library. May be used free of charge for scholarship, research and teaching. Commercial or for profit use is prohibited without prior permission of NYPL. Due to copyright restrictions only images in the public domain (pre-1923) are available in the database.Return to Top
[Chadwyck-Healey] These digitized maps provide detailed property and land-use records that depicts the architecture of more than 12,000 U.S. towns and cities throughout the past one hundred years. The maps enable researchers to trace the architectural history of individual buildings or entire communities. One can see everything from building outline, size and shape, construction materials, height, building use, windows and doors, street and sidewalk widths, boundaries, house numbers, and more. Symbols for stables, garages, warehouses, and other commercial sites are also included. Factories are often labeled with the owner's name, as well as the products manufactured there. Also depicted are pipelines, railroads, wells, water mains, and dumps. Search for the maps by typing in the state or community. Each map's index helps locate streets, landmarks, and other places of historical interest. Once displayed, the maps can be manipulated, expanded, printed, and downloaded.