The California Digital Library was founded by the University of California in 1997 to work on digitising and making accessible the university's vast material in its collections. The CDL is one of the major contributors to the Internet Archive through which their digitised material can be explored. More about their mission can be found here.
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A book by Massachusetts based artist and teacher Frederik Whitney (1858-1949) on the lost art of blackboard drawing….more
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