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Save a collection of digitised images as an IIIF manifest

This notebook harvests metadata describing the contents of a digitised collection in Trove and saves it as an IIIF manifest.



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collection manifest UV3 Mirador
B.A.N.Z. Antarctic Research Expedition photographs nla.obj-141170265-v3-manifest.json view in UV3 view in Mirador
The Papers of Sir Edmund Barton nla.obj-224441684-v3-manifest.json view in UV3 view in Mirador
Papers relating to the Federation Campaign (a single series from the Barton papers) nla.obj-224441858-v3-manifest.json view in UV3 view in Mirador
Postcard portraits of actresses, and of Australian towns, 1900s nla.obj-224441858-v3-manifest.json view in UV3 view in Mirador

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