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Rights & Access
The Library of Congress will not have liberties to material with its collections. Consequently, it doesn’t license or charge permission costs to be used of such material and cannot give or reject authorization to publish or perhaps circulate the material.
Finally, it’s the researcher’s responsibility to evaluate copyright or other usage restrictions and acquire permission from 3rd events whenever necessary before publishing or materials that are otherwise distributing in the Library’s collections.
For details about reproducing, publishing, and citing product from this collection, along with use of the first things, see: Carol M. Highsmith – liberties and limitations Information
If a graphic is showing, you can easily install it your self. (Some pictures show just as thumbnails away from Library of Congress as a result of liberties factors, you get access to bigger size images on location.)
Instead, you can buy copies of varied kinds through Library of Congress Duplication Services.
- In cases where a electronic image is showing: The characteristics associated with the electronic image partially depend on whether it ended up being produced from the initial or an intermediate such as for example a duplicate negative or transparency. In the event that Reproduction Number field above includes a reproduction number that begins with LC-DIG. then there is certainly an electronic digital image which was made straight through the initial and it is of sufficient quality for some book purposes.
- When there is information placed in the Reproduction quantity field above: you can make use of the reproduction quantity to acquire a duplicate from Duplication Services. It will be manufactured through the supply listed in the parentheses following the quantity.
Only if black-and-white (“b&w”) sources are detailed and also you want a duplicate color that is showing tint (presuming the first has any), it is possible to generally purchase a good copy for the initial in color by citing the phone call quantity listed above and such as the catalog record (“About This Item”) together with your demand.
Cost listings, email address, and purchase types can be obtained in the Duplication Services website.
Usage of Originals
Please use the next actions to find out whether you will need to fill away a call slide into the images and Photographs researching area to look at the first item(s). A surrogate (substitute image) is available, often in the form of a digital image, a copy print, or microfilm in some cases.
May be the item digitized? (A thumbnail (little) image is supposed to be noticeable from the remaining.)
- Yes, the product is digitized. Please utilize the electronic image in choice to asking for the first. All pictures can be seen at a size that is large you’re in any reading space during the Library of Congress. In a few full situations, only thumbnail (little) pictures can be found while you are away from Library of Congress since the product is liberties limited or is not assessed for legal rights limitations. As a conservation measure, we generally try not to provide a initial product when an electronic image can be obtained. For those who have a compelling explanation to start to see the initial, talk to a guide librarian. (Sometimes, the initial is just too big delicate to provide. For instance, cup and movie negatives that are photographic specially susceptible to harm. Also they are better to see on the web where they’ve been presented as good pictures.)
- No, the product just isn’t digitized. Please head to # 2.
Perform some Access Advisory or Call quantity fields above indicate that the non-digital surrogate exists, such as for example microfilm or content images?
- Yes, another surrogate exists. Guide staff can direct one to this surrogate.
- No, another surrogate will not occur. Please head to number 3.
A librarian service or call the reading room between 8:30 and 5:00 at 202-707-6394, and Press 3 to contact Reference staff in the Prints and Photographs Reading Room, please use our Ask.
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