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  1. If I request a photo, what can I do with it?

    You may copy, display, and distribute the photo under the following conditions:

    • Give proper attribution. Cite the source of the photo.
    • Your use of the photo must not be for commercial purposes.
    • You may not alter the photo or incorporate it in another work.

    If your use of the photo does not fall under the conditions listed above, you must seek permission from the copyright holder of the photo.

  2. How do I obtain permission to use a photo?

    Contact the owning library of the photo. The owning library is listed as the publisher of the photo in the detailed record.

  3. How much does it cost to obtain a photo reproduction?

    See costs of print reproductions. Purchase of a photo does not grant permission for unlicensed use.

  4. What happens to comments and memories contributed to the Digital Forsyth website?

    Visitors to the website are encouraged to contribute comments and memories about photos. This content is moderated by Digital Forsyth and added to the site. Comments and memories deeply enrich the experience of all website visitors and add unique information to the website. Visitors who contribute content understand that their contributions may be publicly displayed on the website and used in related Digital Forsyth materials.

If you have additional questions, please contact us!

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