Yale Finally Opens Up

Yale University has just opened up its museum archives to the public providing limited free online access to images from its vast cultural collections. Currently, they’ve offered access to 250,000 images at their new online catalog, with the goal of providing students, scholars and the rest of us royalty-free, no-license access to the images from their public domaun collections. There are, however, some outstanding restrictions on reproducing the images for now.

Here’s the link for the catalog and for a special slideshow with some examples of the digital archive

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