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Images on the Web - Selected Sites
- CN Images of Canada Gallery, Canadian Science and Technology Museum
Canadian National Railway collection of historical photographs of Canadian life, technology, transportation, natural resources, industry, and more, from the 1850s on. More information.
- ContentDM Collection of Collections
Currently 305 diverse collections using ContentDM software, sharing images in a wide variety of topics. Please check individual collections for their respective copyright policies and image sizes.
- EduPic Graphical Resource
While the website is geared to elementary school teaching, the images for sciences, geography, social studies (ancient civilizations, Anasazi cave dwellings) speak to any level.
- Flickr: Creative Commons
Choose the Creative Commons license that suits your needs, then search for images by keywords or browse tags for your topic.
- LIFE Photo Archive hosted by Google
Historic photographs from the archives of LIFEmagazine. Browse under People, Events, Sports, Culture, or search specific topics. © Time, Inc.
- New York Public Library Digital Gallery
Photographs, illuminated manuscripts, historical maps, and much more, in areas from art and culture to industry and technology. More information.
Images of diverse topics from American Sign Language, Animals, Art, to Weather and more. More information.
- Smithsonian Institution Research Information System - Cross-Collection Searching Center
Art & Design, History & Culture, Science & Technology. Browse simultaneously across dozens of the Smithsonian's libraries, archives and specialized research units for images, video and sound files, electronic journals and more. Narrow down with search filters: media, subject, name, culture, languages, place, date and more. © Smithsonian Institution or respective copyright holders. More information.
- Wellcome Images
The collection is organized in five broad categories: Illness and Wellness, Life, Culture, Nature, and War; also searchable by historical and/or contemporary times. The Culture section includes Asian and European manuscripts and art.
- Wikimedia Commons
Images, video and sound clips from Wikipedia, organized under three broad topics: Nature, Society and Culture, and Science. Check each image for usage licence; contributions welcomed. More information.
- World Images Kiosk, California State University
More than 65,000 images organized into 650 portfolios, including art, literature, theatre, dance, architecture, technology, history, world cultures, cultural interactions, nature, and more.