Hagley Museum and Library celebrates a record visitor count to its digital archives in 2013 with more than 100,000 visitors.
Hagley's Digital Archives is an online selection of images, documents and publication from the library's collections. Hagley Digital Archives originated to allow researchers, students, and citizen historians to access digitized items from the library’s collections 24 hours a day via the internet. In 2008, it offered less than 10,000 photographs, but has grown to 330,000 items including photographs, historic publications, trade catalogs, correspondence, and documents. Since launching in 2008, the digital archives have had more than 400,000 visitors from every continent except Antarctica.
For more information: digital.hagley.org.