Chronicling America provides digital access to information about historical newspapers and some digitized newspaper pages. The National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP) is a partnership between the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and the Library of Congress (LC) and it sponsors this website. Chronicling America covers historic American newspapers from 1836-1922.
The J. Paul Getty Museum, owned by the J. Paul Getty Trust, maintains their website in order to further artistic and scholarly information to aid the public. The Museum collections include digitized versions of their antiquities, drawings, manuscripts, paintings, photographs, and sculpture and decorative arts. The main focus of the J. Paul Getty Museum is to nurture the curiosity and enjoyment of the visual arts. Their collections are extensively curated, and they are easily searchable.
This digital library contains collections that offer digitized content from academic and research institutions throughout the world. It offers Creative Commons-licensed works, as well as open access and U.S. works published prior to 1923. Their goal is to build a co-owned and co-managed digital archive of library materials that builds upon current print collections at member institutions. Some of their member institutions include the Committee on Institutional Cooperation, Boston College, Georgetown University, and Harvard Library, among so many others. It truly is a collaborative effort.