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French Revolution Digital Archive



Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Satirical print of French aristocrats

The Stanford Libraries is highlighted in today's issue of the Stanford News for its recent release of the French Revolution Digital Archive (FRDA). The archive, a collaboration between the Stanford Libraries and the Bibliothéque nationale de France, contains both images and textual documentation of the French Revolution's early years.

FRDA is noted for its "sophisticated search capabilities" as well as for being "the most complete searchable digital archive of French Revolution images currently available."

Read the entire article, Stanford Libraries online archive expands access to French Revolution treasures by Gabrielle Karampelas in the March 19th edition of the Stanford News.

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