We're bringing you the news a day early this week on account of upcoming holiday schedules. This will be our last news round-up for 2014. We'll be back the first full week of January! SFA wishes all of you the best of the holiday season!
From the State
Tallahassee: FSU has made available volumes of the Girls' Own Annual as part of their Poetry in World War I collection.
From the Country
Culpepper, VA: In light of the latest movies to be added to National Film Registry, this video gives you a behind the scenes look at preserving our film history.
Washington, DC: The Freer and Sackler museums of Asian Art at the Smithsonian plan to release their entire collections digitally on January 1, 2015.
From the World
Tbilisi, Georgia: A restoration project will bring historic Georgian maps online
for the first time.
Hong Kong, China: As the pro-democracy protesters disperse, their members are trying to make sure their art and other creative works are not lost.
From the Blogosphere
Robert Wolfe passed away last week. This article looks at his relentless work in bringing Holocaust Archives to the public.
You have probably seen the picture of the woman wrapped in laminating foil before. Her identity has been discovered!
A look at copyright on the international level at Digitization 101.
You may have just gotten Taylor Swift's newest hit out of your head but check out these new archival lyrics!