There is a new historical image website (mobile version coming soon) that lets people experience the past through a large and growing collection of user-submitted, mapped historical images. SepiaTown is just getting started with a collection of over 400 mapped New York City images, plus a growing collection from a host of cities around the world. In the coming months they’ll be adding a number of new features to the site: a mobile version, filtering by date and media type, film and audio upload, plus individualized pages for registered users. Users can upload, map and share their own images- if you like, each image can feature a link to your own site.
NYPL Adds Maps To Online Collection From the New York Public Library comes an update to this “comprehensive listing of close to 2,700 maps showing buildings, old streets, farm lines, streetcar routes historical […]
NY Public Librarys 1940 Census Tool Online There is a new online tool developed by the New York Public Library to help people find their New York City relatives in the 1940 census, which was released April 2.NARA released the […]
New Website Features Big Maps There is a new New York City addition to the Big Map Blog, a bird's-eye view of the Brooklyn Bridge in 1885 made by noted print makers Currier & Ives. The image is freely downloadable by […]