JFK Library Putting Records Online


The JFK Library plans to digitize every artifact in its collection to commemorate the life of US President John F Kennedy. Over 200,000 pages along with a slew of photos, audio and video will make its way online. The library’s director hopes that releasing the material will help democratize the study of history by giving us the chance to see it ourselves. Read the full article at BBC.co.uk

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