Publication and Teaching/Education
to conduct research with the Department of Special Collections’ manuscript
materials entails an obligation that a researcher complete and return a
form before being provided with publication-ready reproductions or before
publishing or quoting from manuscript collection materials.
is here used to mean presentation in whole or in part in theses or
dissertations, journal articles, monographs, books, digital forms,
photographs, images, dramatic presentations, transcriptions, or any other
form prepared for a limited or general public.
can take place only under the provisions of the fair-use doctrine in the
U.S. Copyright Law (as amended) or by obtaining permission of the
copyright holder, which in some instances may be Washington University.
of a reproduction may require the additional permission of copyright
holder(s) or executor(s), and Washington University may require patrons to
demonstrate that they have obtained appropriate permissions before
providing publishable reproductions of copyrighted items.
otherwise specified, permissions to publish reproductions made from items
owned by the Department of Special Collections are granted for one-time,
non-exclusive, single-edition rights only.
Department of Special Collections reserves the right to assess a use fee
for any form of publication of manuscript materials where Washington
University is the copyright holder.
work created using manuscript collection materials from Washington
University Libraries must include a citation in the following form:
Name of the Collection
Washington University Libraries
Department of Special Collections
Department of Special Collections requires that a complete copy of any
publication (in any medium) that is based on its materials be given to the
Department for its collections.
PATRON WILL DEFEND AND HOLD HARMLESS (1) WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, ITS
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES AND DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL COLLECTIONS, ITS
BOARD OF TRUSTEES, ITS OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES, AND AGENTS, AND (2) THE
COPYRIGHT OWNERS, THEIR HEIRS, SUCCESSORS, AND ASSIGNS AGAINST ALL CLAIMS,
DEMANDS, COSTS, AND EXPENSES INCLUDING ATTORNEYS' FEES INCURRED FOR ANY
AND ALL CLAIMS OF COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT OR ANY OTHER LEGAL OR REGULATORY
COURSE OF ACTION ARISING FROM PATRON'S USE OF SPECIAL COLLECTIONS
accordance with the copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United
States Code sections 107, and 110) Special Collections materials may be
used within a Washington University classroom or in surrogate form over
the Washington University campus network for educational purposes,
provided that the materials are password protected and delivered over the
network for a limited period of time. See http://www.wustl.edu/copyright/.