Free to Use and Reuse: John Margolies Photographs of Roadside America (Library of Congress)

Library of Congress: Free to Use and Reuse: John Margolies Photographs of Roadside America. “Over the span of nearly 40 years, Margolies took more than 11,000 color-slide photographs of vernacular structures across America’s highways, byways and main streets. Traversing the country, he was drawn to the architecture that came to define travel by car—motels, diners and gas stations—but also to quintessentially American oddities: buildings in the shape of dinosaurs, the sculpted concrete and plaster obstacles of miniature golf courses and parks featuring attractions from parrots to petrified rocks.”