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Posted Apr 6, 2010 Posted by 2 Comments

Customers may duplicate archival materials using their own digital capture or photographic equipment. Some archival material may also be available in digital format. Downloads of low-resolution, archival images or audio files from the library’s websites are available free of charge. (Here’s a link to our main gallery of heritage photographs and documents: http://bit.ly/keyspix) High-resolution reproductions (generally, uncompressed, full-size master files) can be provided on removable storage media or delivered to an FTP or Dropbox account at a cost of $10.00 per image. Non-profit and research organizations may be granted a waiver of this fee, at the discretion of Library staff.

Monroe County does not hold copyright over the original images in the archival collections. Responsibility for identifying and satisfying any copyright claims to the original images must be assumed by those wishing to reproduce the images.

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  • Monroe County Public Library » Blog Archive » Working…on the Railroad said:

    […] We just finished uploading our collection of Florida East Coast Railway photographs to our Flickr site. Our goal is to have these photos (and oral histories and other related documents) available for anyone planning an event for the Florida East Coast Centennial in 2012. Here’s our policy on using the photos. […]

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