Kentucky State Digital Archives (KSDA) Launches Online
From the Commonwealth of Kentucky:
The Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives (KDLA) has launched the Kentucky State Digital Archives (KSDA) website at to give Kentuckians increased online access to state government digital records from more than 240 agencies, boards and commissions.
KSDA contains public records of permanent value and includes annual reports, photographs, videos, meeting minutes, audio recordings and state publications.
KSDA also gives viewers of digital photographs, audio and video enhanced capabilities such as zooming, scanning and fast forward.
The majority of records span from 2000 to present day. However, as various historic collections are digitized, they will be transferred to KSDA. These include scans of the Governors’ Executive Journals and Work Projects Administration (WPA) photographs.
The Kentucky State Digital Archives replaces KDLA’s e-Archives.
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