Quick tip: A fast way to find images is to browse the Archives’ list of online exhibits.
Using the photos: According to the site, all the photos are free to the public and reproduction and distribution are encouraged. What’s there: The Archival Research Catalog (ARC), the online catalog of NARA’s nationwide holdings. This site is a real treasure trove once you grok how to use it (there’s so much information here, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed at first — but stick with it, it’s worth it).
Then Lauren drove the final nail in their coffin by choosing Chris as her partner.
But the lads claim they were heading for a fall from the start.
The Library further notes that while they’re in the public domain in the US, the photos may be under copyright in some foreign countries and that publicity and privacy rights may apply.
Suggested credit line: Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, FSA-OWI Collection, [reproduction number; for example, LC-USF35-1326] What’s there: The directory page for photos and prints in the digital American Memory Collection at the Library of Congress.
What’s there: Hundreds of photos, including wildlife (looking for penguins?