Thanks to Kalev Leetaru, a Yahoo! Fellow in Residence at Georgetown University, you can now head over to a new collection at Flickr and search through an archive of 2.6 million public domain images, all extracted from books, magazines and newspapers published over a 500 year period.
The change took the advanced search options off of the front page. ....requests for help finding Creative Commons images through Google. Therefore, I put together the short screencast that you should see embedded below.
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