Lone Cypress Winnitascans

South Bay/East Bay/San Mateo areas

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       Member of State WIT Club

    Member of National WIT Club

  Presented in 2018  (1973-2018) 

Best Public Domain Cli­part Galleries

For those Wagonmasters making schedules or activity agendas please only use public domain clipart and pictures on your flyers.  Here are some sources for thousands of such images.

For those using Microsoft Office products: Microsoft is among the few giants who still offer a very large royalty-free online image gallery that’s integrated with their software suite. It is a large gallery, well stocked with Microsoft images. You can place any of their royalty-free clip art, photos, illustrations, animations, sounds, borders, icons, backgrounds, and other assorted types of resources to use in your publications.  If you are using Microsoft Word, just look for the PICTURES menu and either use their "stock images" or "on-line pictures" search command. Apple's software has a similar feature, I believe.

There are also quite a few free online resources to consider. Some of your webmaster's favorites are listed below.  You should start with Clker because it is one of the more well-known free places for royalty free public domain clip art, and they don't require a membership (yet).  Don't discount ClipArt ETC just because their images are all in black and white, because you can color them in yourself using an image editor and they don't mind. It's therapeutic.


These are all great resources to use when making your documents and will keep both yourselves and us out of trouble.  Thanks.