Reproduction includes both manuscripts and images.
Researchers are allowed to reproduce materials using personal cameras or cell phones as long as:
- Creating the reproduction does not damage the materials
- Does not violate donor stipulations
- Is in adherence to the fair use clause of the U.S. copyright law
- At the discretion of the University Archivist
Staff services are available for photocopying or scanning materials. In addition to the conditions above the University Archivist reserves the right to review each request based on staff availability. It will be at the University Archivist’s discretion to complete the service or refer the researcher to do additional work.
Requested materials are scanned in their entirety at the folder level except when doing so would violate U.S. copyright law.
Photocopying and Scanning to PDF
- Requests up to 25 pages: no charge per researcher per fiscal year
- Requests 25 pages and over: $0.50 per page
- Researchers may request a non-binding estimate of requested materials
- Upon receiving payment the requested materials will be sent to the researcher.
- Researcher is charged cost of shipping when applicable
Archives and Special Collections only reproduces the materials, it is up to the researcher to abide by all relevant U.S. copyright restrictions. By reproducing materials, Archives and Special Collections is not granting permission to publish. For permission to publish, quote, broadcast, perform, or exhibit, contact the University Archivist. Additional publication costs may apply.
- Scanned image: $10.00 per image
- Scans can be delivered via email
Audio tape, CD-R, and DVD-R Duplication
Contact the University Archivist for more information.
Publication fees are charged per work, over and above those fees charged for the cost of reproduction. Contact the University Archivist for more information.