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FloridaMemory.com Delivers New Online Shopping Feature

TALLAHASSEE –

The State Library and Archives of Florida has launched a new online shopping cart feature on its popular FloridaMemory.com website. Using a computer or mobile device, visitors can choose to purchase any of nearly 200,000 historical Florida images including maps, photographs and postcards. Reproductions may be ordered in a variety of print sizes or as high-resolution digital images.

 “The arrival of Florida Memory’s online shopping cart marks a significant turning point for the program,” said Secretary of State Ken Detzner. “It is now easier than ever for users to bring Florida history into their homes or businesses and proudly display images that illustrate the diverse heritage and culture of this state. The addition of this feature exemplifies the Department of State’s commitment to providing high-quality customer service and further demonstrates Florida Memory’s role in providing public access to historically significant records.”

 The shopping cart is speedy, secure and seamlessly integrated into FloridaMemory.com. Frequent and first-time visitors alike will appreciate the simplicity of the new ordering process. Customers can choose to create their own accounts or shop as guests. Either way, high quality photographic prints can be shipped to their doorsteps or digital files can be downloaded straight to their computers. The Florida Memory shopping cart allows customers around the world to order images instantly as they search through the vast collection of photographs made available by the State Archives of Florida. For more details and to see the shopping cart in action, visit FloridaMemory.com.

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 About Florida Memory

Florida Memory provides free online access to more than 1.5 million items including significant photographs, films, sound recordings, and original documents from the collections of the State Library and Archives of Florida. With over seven million visitors per month worldwide, Florida Memory chooses materials for digitization that illuminate significant events and individuals in the state's history, and help educate Floridians and millions of people around the world about Florida history and culture. Florida Memory is funded under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, administered by the Florida Department of State's Division of Library and Information Services. For more information, visit floridamemory.com.

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