AwkwardFamilyPhotos.com - Spreading the Awkwardness. Paul K. Albert-Kahn : les collections. David Rumsey Historical Map Collection. U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Pomological Watercolor Collection. The USDA Pomological Watercolor Collection documents fruit and nut varieties developed by growers or introduced by USDA plant explorers around the turn of the 20th century.
Technically accurate paintings were used to create lithographs illustrating USDA bulletins, yearbooks, and other series distributed to growers and gardeners across America. Fast Facts: Time period: 1886 to 1942, with the majority created between 1894 and 1916. Content: 7,584 watercolor paintings, lithographs and line drawings, including 3,807 images of apples. Fruit origins: The plant specimens illustrated originated in 29 countries and 51 states and territories in the U.S. CC Search. Movies : Free Movies : Free Download, Borrow and Streaming. By Internet Archive Feature films, shorts , silent films and trailers are available for viewing and downloading.
Enjoy! View a list of all the Feature Films sorted by popularity . Do you want to post a feature film? First, figure out if it's in the Public Domain. A collection of feature or short silent films uploaded by archive users. Short Format Films contributed by users. Science Fiction and Horror films: monsters and aliens, space and time travel, experiments gone wrong, unimagined disasters. Expressionistic crime dramas of the 40s and 50s: tough cops and private eyes, femme fatales, mean city streets and deserted backroads, bags of loot and dirty double-crossers. "All I need to make a comedy is a park, a policeman and a pretty girl. " - Charlie Chaplin A collection of film trailers contributed by users. The Commons. Image and Video Library. Search All the GIFs & Make Your Own Animated GIF.
Welcome to Open Library. Beautiful Free Images & Pictures. Internet Archive Book Images. Extensive Archive of Avant-Garde & Modernist Magazines (1890-1939) Now Available Online. Having once been involved in the founding of an arts magazine, I have experienced intimately the ways in which such an endeavor can depend upon a community of equals pooling a diversity of skills.
The process can be painful: egos compete, certain elements seek to dominate, but the successful product of such a collaborative effort will represent a living community of artists, writers, editors, and other masters of technique who subordinate their individual wills, temporarily, to the will of a collective, creating new gestalt identities from conceptual atoms.
As Monoskop---“a wiki for collaborative studies of art, media and the humanities”---points out, “the whole” of an arts magazine, “could become greater than the sum of its parts.” Often when this happens, a publication can serve as the platform or nucleus of an entirely new movement. State Library of New South Wales. Project Apollo Archive. GSG: types=Paintings+Photographs+highlights=Open Content Images. Catalogue search. These artworks and photographs are from the library at Wellcome Collection and have been collected over several decades.
Most of the works were acquired between 1890 and 1936 by Sir Henry Wellcome and his agents across the globe. The images reflect Wellcome’s collecting interests and were intended to form a documentary resource that reflects the cultural and historical contexts of health and medicine. You may find some of these representations of people and cultures offensive or distressing. On occasion individuals are depicted as research subjects, and the collection includes images of nakedness, medical conditions and surgical interventions. Wellcome had a personal interest in medical and ethnographic objects and the objects, artworks and photographs he collected were initially presented in the Wellcome Historical Medical Museum. Explore the History of Cartography with University of Chicago’s Free Online Archive. The Met Collection. Collections.
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The region tends to be very arid and this false-colour image has been processed to highlight different types of rock, soil and sand in pinks, purples and yellows. The bright green at the top of the image depicts vegetation, but the rest of the area appears relatively devoid of vegetation. Several dry river beds can also be seen etched into the landscape and the black shape in the middle-left appears to be an area of freshly burnt land. The lack of water has, at times, led to clashes between clans over access to water and pasture for cattle. When the rains do come, however, this dry dusty land can burst into life and turn a rich green. Part of the ‘great north road’ can also been seen running from the bottom-left to the top-right. Copernicus Sentinel-2 is a two-satellite mission. Descubrir colecciones - Biblioteca Digital Hispánica.