Rights & Access
The Library of Congress doesn’t possess legal rights to product with its collections. Consequently, it generally does not license or charge authorization costs for use of these material and cannot give or reject authorization to otherwise publish or circulate the material.
Fundamentally, it’s the researcher’s responsibility to evaluate copyright or other usage limitations and get permission from 3rd parties whenever necessary before publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in the Library’s collections.
For information regarding reproducing, publishing, and citing product from this collection, along with usage of the initial products, see: Stereographs – legal legal legal Rights and limitations Information
- Rights Advisory: No understood limitations on book.
- Reproduction quantity: LC-DIG-stereo-1s19799 (digital file from initial) LC-USZ62-56121 (b&w film copy neg. Of half stereo)
- Call Quantity: STEREO FOREIGN GEOG FILE – China–Misc. Item P&P
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If a graphic is showing, you can easily install it your self. (Some pictures show just as thumbnails outside of the Library of Congress due to legal rights factors, you gain access to bigger size images on location. )
Instead, you can buy copies of numerous kinds through Library of Congress Duplication Services.
- In cases where a image that is digital showing: The characteristics of this electronic image partially depend on whether or not it ended up being produced from the first or an intermediate such as for example a content negative or transparency. Continue reading