New Collections Available From Digital Library of Georgia: “Thousands of Documents Go Online Detailing Daily Activities of the Carter Administration”
Two collections of documents from the presidential administration of Jimmy Carter are now digitized and online for public viewing and research.
Sheila McAlister, director of the Digital Library of Georgia, says it’s important to make the documents accessible to everyone with an internet connection, especially with the ongoing pandemic.
And with thousands of documents included in the two collections, McAlister says it can be somewhat overwhelming.
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