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For photo researchers and editors – it’s important to know when it’s worth your time to turn to the Library of Congress’ Photo Library and Collections. With 15 million images available for research, and over 50,000 newly digitized images every year, the task can seem daunting. In this webinar with ASPP, Helena Zinkham, the Chief of Prints and Photographs walks you through what’s in the collection, how to best search and find what you’re looking for, and the immense treasures that are still undigitized.
Tune in and learn:
- The turn around time for receiving not-yet digitized images
- How to save precious time by finding the images you need quickly
- Where to look for picture collections in other public repositories and more!