Harry Ransom Center’s Digital Image Collection

John Bingley Garland, Durenstein ("Blood Book"), collage assembled from several hundred engravings, to which droplets of "blood" (diluted red paint) and other ornaments have been added, from the Library of Evelyn Waugh (1903–1966) [image:  Harry Ransom Center, UT-Austin)The Harry Ransom Center at The University of Texas at Austin has announced the launch of an expanded Online Digital Image Collection of selections from their holdings. The Harry Ransom Center has a significant digital presence — see what they offer by searching or browsing their finding aids.

If your interested in or have questions about copyright issues, check out their Online Copyright Resources and other related links.

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