The New York Times is digitizing more than 5 million photos dating back to the 1800s

The New York Times is digitizing more than 5 million photos from its archives – some dating back to the 1800s – with help from a variety of Google technologies. The photos will be used in a series called Past Tense. (First up: a package focusing on how the paper covered California in the 20th century.)



 
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