Kansas Memory is the Historical Society’s newest online offering, featuring the largest collection of photographs and manuscripts from Kansas history on the Internet, and can be accessed at kansasmemory.org.
Kansas Memory offers unprecedented online access to Kansas history and includes thousands of items from the Kansas Historical Society’s collections of photographs, letters, diaries, and other historic items. Users can browse, search, or share images, and will eventually be able to purchase high-resolution versions online.
The “My Kansas Memory” feature allows users to customize a personal space, save searches, and create bookbags of items. Although it would be impossible to add every single item in the Kansas Historical Society’s collection to Kansas Memory, the Historical Society will actively continue to add images as part of its goal to make Kansas history more accessible to everyone. Visitors to the site can listen to dramatic readings in the Kansas Memory podcasts and subscribe to an RSS feed for the latest content.
Kansas Memory was developed in part with funding from the Information Network of Kansas.
Margaret B. Knecht
Head, Library Section
Kansas Historical Society
6425 SW 6th Avenue
Topeka KS 66615-1099
(from a press release email Thu, 11 Oct 2007 10:52:29
From: "Margaret Knecht"
Subject: [KANLIB-L:14894] Kansas Historical Society Launches Kansas Memory)
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