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Video Conferencing? Give Yourself an “Office”

We have enjoyed finding free to use images from the Library’s collections for those looking for video conferencing background images. I wanted to provide a few more traditional office environments to contrast with the laboratory images featured in an earlier post. You can just click on the images below to go to the record for downloading and follow your conference tool’s instructions.

And don’t forget our earlier posts with images from the Adams Building and flowers and greenery, along with all the others you can find by searching the Library’s home page or perusing our free to use image sets on various themes.

Office Harris & Ewing, 1932/33.
//www.loc.gov/item/2016890117/

Frederick J. Haskin office. National Photo Company, 1925.
//www.loc.gov/item/2016850593/

Office Workers. Harris & Ewing, between 1915 and 1923.
//www.loc.gov/item/2016884729/

Office. Harris & Ewing, 1935/36.
//www.loc.gov/item/2016890585/

A.R.C. Chicago. Teaching Center Office in Action: Dictating, answering the telephone, 1917.
//www.loc.gov/item/2017676864/

 

 

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One Comment

  1. Frank
    July 1, 2020 at 4:47 am

    Nowadays, video conferencing can be conducted from anywhere anytime. An office is not required. The technology is so advanced today that businesses of all kinds, individuals, professionals, remote workers etc. stay connected, conduct online meeting, online conferences etc. from anywhere using tools like Zoom, R-HUB HD video conferencing servers, Webex, Gomeetnow, Gotomeeting etc.

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