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April 17   -   ArtsJournal: music

What To Do With All Of Those Old Slides? Well, Here's What The Met Did

As any art historian from the pre-internet era would know, the Metropolitan Museum had thousands - and thousands and thousands - of slides it loaned out to teachers and professors for lectures. But the entire collection of slides was digitized, and the museum didn't need them any longer. So, they found a new home.

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