October 7, 2015

LOCPix: New iOS App Provides Access to Digitized Photos from the Library of Congress

From the Description (via Programmable Web):

LOCPix allows searching and viewing of the digitized photo collections from the Library of Congress. Browse collections or search the vast archive for interesting historical photographs and poster artwork. Hundreds of thousands of images are available, many in high resolution.

The app costs $.99. and comes from Say Goodnight Software.

We’re looking forward to giving the app a go. Review coming later.

See Also: GovConTrack
Another app from Say Goodnight Software that might of interest to some of you. It provides iPhone/iPad access to data from the Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS-NG), or from USASpending.gov.

See Also: Web Access to the Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Online Catalog

See Also: Prints & Photographs Reading Rooms
Access a number of resources and tools.

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