New York Times: National Archives’ Emails Show Little Debate Over Altering Photo of Women’s March

New York Times: National Archives’ Emails Show Little Debate Over Altering Photo of Women’s March. “Historians and archivists said the agency had violated the public’s trust. March organizers called it an attempt to silence women. And on social media, some questioned whether Mr. Trump himself had ordered the alterations, recalling his fury over a photo of his inauguration crowds. But in dozens of emails released by the National Archives about the image, officials appeared more concerned about the costs of licensing the photo than the ethics of changing it.”

Fstoppers: Rare and Unseen Photos of Hitler and Nazi Rallies Released, Digitized From Glass Negatives

Fstoppers: Rare and Unseen Photos of Hitler and Nazi Rallies Released, Digitized From Glass Negatives. “The National Archive has digitized, restored, and released 1,270 photos of Adolf Hitler, originally taken by his personal photographer, Henrich Hoffmann. Most have never been seen before, and range from studio portraits to Nazi rallies. Created from a trove of 41,000 glass negatives, many of which were broken and had to be reassembled, the process has been overseen Richard E. Schneider. The project took around nine months to complete.” The images are apparently not online yet, but are expected to be soon.