WhatWasThere.com and H-Net Listserves
I recently received the following message on the H-Net listserve H-Urban.
2 Questions: 1) what do you think of the site that Richard Harris is mentioning here?
And 2) What do you think about H-Net and all the listserves there?
Hope you have a nice day/blog!
From: H-NET Urban History Discussion List [mailto:H-URBAN@H-NET.MSU.EDU] On Behalf Of Sebastian Haumann
Sent: Monday, September 26, 2011 4:33 AM
Subject: WWW/GIS: Historical photos with Google street views
From: Richard Harris
I am curious to know whether people think of this feature as being
useful for research or teaching:
[Ed: This article refers to the website WhatWasThere.com , which
overlays historical photos (uploaded by users) on Google Maps Street
View, to show how streets looked in the past.]
Richard Harris, Professor,
School of Geography and Earth Sciences,
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