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We’re Partners with the Internet Archive

We’re pleased to announce that we are now a partner institution with the Internet Archive (IA). You can find all the digitized content that we have there in one place.

Perhaps best known for its Wayback Machine, IA has gone beyond preserving the Internet and now offers text, audio, moving images and software. IA’s main purpose, to offer open and free access to content, fits perfectly with our responsibility to make our holdings available to the widest possible audience.

IA has developed sophisticated systems for offering publications online that go far beyond what we could offer on our own web site. We provide the content and for a reasonable charge they digitize, transform and host it, and everyone benefits: that’s why we’re partners.

Detail from "A Plan for the City of Vancouver, British Columbia, including a General Plan of the Region", 1928, page 208

IA produces a multitude of publishing formats, so you’re likely to find one that’s just right. Continue reading