For the second time this month, I’m going to try something different. Because last week and this weekend have been too busy for me to write a new post and the only completed ones on hand are history and I’m due for a library or archive themed post, I decided to post an edited down version of a digital library review I once did for my Digital Libraries course. That said, this post will actually appeal to librarians, archivists, history-lovers, and the general public, each in a different way.
The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum’s Digital Archive, is a Mecca of information. The mission of the Digital Archive is:
A public-private partnership between the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum and the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation. The objectives are to digitize, index and retain permanently millions of presidential documents, photographs and audiovisual recordings; provide online…
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