DPLA Welcomes New Partner District Digital, Representing Washington, D.C. | DPLA

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"We are pleased to announce that the collections of our newest Service Hub, District Digital, are now discoverable in DPLA. Led by partners DC Public Library and Washington Research Library Consortium, District Digital brings over 50,000 new materials representing the history of our nation’s capital to DPLA. District Digital joins other landmark D.C. institutions like the National Archives, Smithsonian Institution, and Library of Congress as DPLA contributors, making the local history of the District’s neighborhoods, residents, and colleges and universities available alongside the sweeping collections of our national repositories. Together, our contributing institutions from the District of Columbia demonstrate what makes both the city of Washington, D.C. and DPLA so unique: local stories alongside national heritage and rich materials from a broad array of cultural and educational institutions, from community archival collections to the US federal government...."



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05/17/2018, 16:33

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05/17/2018, 12:33