Thursday’s Art Notes

BY Molly Finnegan  July 29, 2010 at 10:30 AM EDT

A number of organizations that defend national traditions celebrated the founding of Tenochtitlan in the Zocalo of Mexico City on July 26, 2010 in Mexico City, Mexico. Photo by Lucia Godinez / El Universal via Getty Images

A number of organizations that defend national traditions celebrated the founding of Tenochtitlan in the Zocalo of Mexico City on July 26, 2010 in Mexico City, Mexico. Photo by Lucia Godinez / El Universal via Getty Images

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The entire Winston Churchill archive — more than a million documents — will be digitized and accessible to anyone online (for a price), via the New York Times.

CBC reports that part of the collection at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library is also being digitized.

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The state of Hungary is being sued for $100 million by the heirs of an art collector who say the government seized his collection of more than 40 art works at the end of World War II, via the Art Newspaper.

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The U.S Copyright Office revises its Fair Use rules to grant more flexibility to teachers for using copyrighted multimedia materials in classrooms, via ARTINFO.