Rights & Access
The Library of Congress will not obtain legal rights to product with its collections. Consequently, it will not license or charge permission charges for usage of such material and should not give or reject permission to publish or elsewhere circulate the material.
Fundamentally, it’s the researcher’s responsibility to evaluate copyright or any other usage limitations and acquire authorization from 3rd events when needed before publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in the Library’s collections.
For information on reproducing, publishing, and citing product from this collection, in addition to use of the first things, see: Stereographs – legal legal legal Rights and limitations Information
- Rights Advisory: No understood restrictions on book.
- Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-stereo-1s19799 (digital file from original) LC-USZ62-56121 (b&w film copy neg. Of half stereo)
- Call Quantity: STEREO FOREIGN GEOG FILE – China–Misc. Item P&P
- Access Advisory: —
If a graphic is showing, you can easily install it your self. (Some pictures show just as thumbnails outside of the Library of Congress as a result of rights factors, but you get access to bigger size pictures on location. )
Instead, you can buy copies of numerous types through Library of Congress Duplication Services.
- In cases where a image that is digital showing: The characteristics associated with digital 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 quantity field above features a reproduction quantity that begins with LC-DIG. Then there’s an electronic digital image which was made straight through the original and it is of enough quality for some book purposes.
- If you have information placed in the Reproduction quantity field above: the reproduction can be used by you number to get a copy from Duplication Services. It will be produced through the source placed in the parentheses following the quantity.
Only if black-and-white (“b&w”) sources are listed and you also want a content showing color or 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 like the catalog record (“About This Item”) along with your demand.
Cost listings, email address, and purchase types can be obtained in the Duplication Services site.
Usage of Originals
Please use the next actions to ascertain whether you will need to fill a call slip out 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 would be noticeable regarding the remaining. )
- Yes, the product is digitized. Please use the electronic image in choice to requesting the first. All images can be seen at a big size whenever you’re in any reading space in the Library of Congress. In a few full instances, only thumbnail (little) pictures can be found whenever you are away from Library of Congress since the product is legal rights limited or will not be assessed for liberties limitations. As being a conservation measure, we generally usually do not provide a initial item whenever a electronic image can be obtained. For those who have a compelling reason to look at initial, check with a guide librarian. (often, the initial is just too big delicate to provide. For instance, cup and movie photographic negatives are specially susceptible to harm. They’re also simpler to see on the web where these are typically presented as good pictures. )
- No, the product isn’t digitized. Please head to no. 2.
Perform some Access Advisory or Call Number fields above indicate that the surrogate that is non-digital, such as for example microfilm or content images?
- Yes, another surrogate exists. Guide staff can direct you to definitely this surrogate.
- No, another surrogate will not occur. Please head to asian bride 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.
Cite This Item
Citations are generated immediately from bibliographic information being a convenience, that will never be accurate or complete.
Chicago citation design:
Keystone View Business. A chinese groom and bride. Asia, ca. 1905. Meadville, Pa.; St. Louis, Mo.: Keystone View Company, Manufacturers and Publishers, Sept. 29. Photograph. Https: //www. Loc.gov/item/2004680224/.
APA citation design:
Keystone View Business. (ca. 1905) A Chinese groom and bride. Asia, ca. 1905. Meadville, Pa.; St. Louis, Mo.: Keystone View Company, Manufacturers and Publishers, Sept. 29. Photograph Retrieved through the Library of Congress, https: //www. Loc.gov/item/2004680224/.
MLA citation design:
Keystone View Business. A chinese groom and bride. Meadville, Pa.; St. Louis, Mo.: Keystone View Company, Manufacturers and Publishers, Sept. 29. Photograph. Retrieved through the Library of Congress,.