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Features Vogue magazine covers, photo shoots, illustrations, and advertisements. Searchable by designer and brand names. (Available only to UA.)
Historical and contemporary
Associated Press Images Collection
Search millions of Associated Press news images capturing events around the world from 1800s–today. You'll find everything from the 2016 presidential race to the San Francisco earthquake of 1906. (Available only to UA.)
Creative Commons' CC Search
This tool allows you to search more than 500 million images from a variety of sites. You can filter results by license type and provider. With one-click attribution, you can credit the source of any image you discover. CC Search currently only searches images, but the site plans to add additional media types such as open texts and audio, with the ultimate goal of providing access to all 1.6 billion CC licensed and public domain works on the web. Learn more about CC licenses.
New York Public Library Digital Collections
Browse prints, drawings, photographs, maps, videos, and more. NYPL's Digital Collections span a range of historical eras, covering the applied sciences, fine and decorative arts, history, performing arts, and social sciences.
Google's Advanced Image Search lets you filter by image size and type, color, format, region, usage rights, and more.
See best practices for image use for sources of diverse images, copyright considerations, citation guidelines, accessibility advice, tools for doing reverse image searches, and tools for editing images.
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