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Look at all the clicky links!

The Library of Congress has put it's photos online

the University of Washington ALSO has an archive of photographs online now (growing all the time)

The Seattle Art Museum (SAM) has part of their permanent collection online as well.

The Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) has a collection of 4000 photos online now.

The British Museum also has part of their collection online

The Museum of London also has a formidable online presence. With info about several of their collections, with photos.

Of course the Smithsonian is online. Including a large number (if not all) of their museums - the Anacostia Community Museum, The National Air and Space Museum, The National Museum of Natural History, The National Museum of African Art, The American Art Museum, the National Museum of American History, the National Museum of the American Indian, the Arts and Industries Building, The National Design Museum, the Freer Gallery of Art & Arthur M. Sackler Gallery (this one is Asian arts), the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, the National Zoo, the National Portrait Gallery, the National Postal Museum, and you can look into the various exhibits the Smithsonian is doing both in house and on the road.

Not to be outdone, the Louvre is also online.

In Germany we have the Deutsches Museum, and the Deutsches Historishces Museum.

and, not photographs, but Washington State has put it's governmental archives online.

They also have the historical archive online. including Newspapers.

What are your favorite links, in this vein?


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