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How can I get photocopies of materials housed in Special Collections?

Last Updated: Nov 01, 2013  |  68 Views

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Researchers may receive photocopies of Special Collections materials in three different ways: via your own digital camera, the department's Book Eye scanner, or by placing an order with Special Collections staff.  Please visit our webpage to find out the latest regarding this service!

Also, note that staff reserves the right to refuse the copying of any item if such copying will either damage the material or impinge on copyright or other restrictions. In general, copies of entire books, manuscript collections or archival record groups are not made. 

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