To request personal, commercial, or non-profit use of images found on the History Center website, please read the policy below and complete the image request form.
Please fill out the image request form completely, providing the full identification number (e.g. “pwpl.olan.001”) of each image as it appears on the website. If no ID number is displayed, provide the title and location (e.g. “Children by Christmas Tree, Reid Collection”) of the image.
Policy for Use of Images from the History Center at the Port Washington Public Library
Images on our website are available for order as digital files, for one-time use only for the stated purpose. Any future requests for publication, exhibition, reuse, or changes in use must be submitted to the History Center.
Digital images will be provided as TIFF or JPEG files, to be determined based on the intended use. All images have been scanned at a minimum of 300 dpi. Requests for rescans at higher resolutions must be made via phone or email. Files will be emailed or sent via a filesharing program.
Photographs may be cropped to suit design and layout, but they may not be altered so that they look in any way different from the way they appear in the historical collection.
A credit line must appear with the image or on a credit page. It should read, in legible type: Courtesy of The History Center, Port Washington Public Library. For website use, credit should appear either next to or directly below the image.
Some images in the collections may not be available for reproduction due to copyright ownership and other use restrictions. We will attempt to accommodate all requests; however, availability must be determined on a case-by-case basis.
The Port Washington Public Library reserves the right to refuse to grant permission to publishers and individuals who have not complied with its policies.
In lieu of commercial use fees, we request that authors provide one free copy of their publication to the library. Please contact the History Center for further information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Permission to examine manuscripts and materials is not an authorization to publish, distribute or broadcast, either in print or digitally. The Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code), governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions or use of copyrighted materials . These are not to be “used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship or research.” If a user makes a request for, or later uses, such materials for purposes in excess of “fair use,” that user may be liable for copyright infringement.