Materials may be digitally scanned or photocopied, as long as the process does not harm the originals. All duplication orders are prepared by the archives staff. Large orders may require several days to complete. The archives staff will assist researchers in determining if copyright restrictions apply, although responsibility for copyright and obtaining any necessary permission for publication rests with the researcher. Supplying a photocopy or photograph does not grant you the authorization to publish it. See the rights and permissions statement below.
LARGE DUPLICATION ORDERS: For orders of over 500 photocopies, or $250 of combined duplication services, a $50 service fee will be charged.
RUSH CHARGE: For individuals and organizations requiring duplication services within 24 hours, a rush charge of 25% of the total charge will be applied. Please note that not all requests are able to be completed on a rush basis. Please consult with an archivist to determine if a rush order is possible for the material you are requesting.
For ALL ORDERS, Shipping and Handling charges may apply. Minimum charge $5.00
Photocopies and PDF Page Scans
Duplication of pages from documents:
• 1 - 10 pages per patron request: no charge
• 11+ pages per patron request: .25¢ per side
Duplication of oversize and fragile materials is subject to the discretion of the archives staff, and may be denied if material requested is too fragile or too large to safely duplicate. Duplication of oversize and fragile materials may be subject to a $10 per hour surcharge for additional labor.
Image Scanning and reformatting (Photographs)
$2.50 per scanned image, or $25.00 per hour. There is no charge for duplication of photographic images that have already been scanned.
Charges may apply to manuscript materials that have already been scanned, based on the size of the collection.
Scanning of oversize and fragile materials is subject to the discretion of the archives staff and subject to a $10.00 per hour surcharge for equipment set-up and labor.
Any material that must be outsourced to be reformatted will be subject to the standard fees charged by the duplication company, plus $25 per hour for preparation time by the Special Collections and University Archives.
Audio Visual Reformatting
In house reformatting of audiovisual materials is subject to availability of media. A charge of $25 / hour plus the cost of materials will be applied.
DVDs (motion footage) / CDs (audio)
$10.00 per disc
We do not duplicate microfilm rolls. We will scan microfilm to PDF documents at a cost of $25 / hour, with a minimum charge of 15 minutes time ($6.25) per request. The ability to fulfill any request for microfilm duplication will be determined by the archivist and/or the Head of Special Collections and University Archives.
Rights & Permissions
The Libraries charges a fee, as determined by the schedule which follows, for each image used for commercial purposes (whether educational or non-educational). There is generally no charge for use by the Students or Administrators of Marquette University. We reserve the right to waive fees for non-profit use of materials. Any questions about use fees may be directed to the Head of Special Collections and University Archives, Amy Cooper Cary (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The University Libraries requires that ALL users cite materials used via a credit line in association with the image or elsewhere in the publication, such as in a bibliography or a list of illustrations of a book or periodical or the credits of a video or film.
Raynor Memorial Libraries charges a use fee based on its ownership of the physical materials in its collections; this fee represents no claim to copyright for any of the materials in question, although in some cases the Libraries may hold copyright to some of those materials. Users may incur use fees set by other organizations when using records for which Marquette University does not hold copyright.
Payment of the use fee does not constitute, and should not be viewed as, permission by a copyright holder to reproduce works that are copyrighted. Users are responsible for determining if the use they intend to make of images invades copyright, rights to privacy, or other rights.
You may also benefit from consulting Peter Hirtle's chart, "Copyright Term and the Public Domain in the United States".
As owners of the materials to be reproduced, the University Libraries gives no exclusive rights to any publisher or author, makes no warranties or representations, and assumes no responsibility whatsoever for any claims against those reproducing images or against Marquette University by an artist or photographer, his/her agent, estate or any other party in connection with the reproduction of images in the collection of the University Libraries. Additionally, those reproducing images agree to indemnify Marquette University and hold it harmless against any and all such claims, including copyright infringement claims, royalty or fee demands and/or actions, including attorney fees and all other costs thereof, arising as a result of their reproduction of images in the collections of the University Libraries.
Individuals, companies, and organizations must submit a clear statement of
• who they are and what they do;
• precisely which rights they wish to license.
For all such requests, contact Amy Cooper Cary, Head of Special Collections and University Archives at email@example.com
|Printing: 1000 copies or less (non-commercial, scholarly)||no fee||no fee||no fee|
|Printing: 1000 copies or less (commercial)||$20||$30||$50|
|Printing: 1001-4000 copies||$35||$50||$75|
|Printing: 4001-25,000 copies||$75||$125||$250|
|Printing: 25,001 or more copies||$125||$150||$350|
|Non-commercial (scholarly, circulation 1000 or less)||no fee||no fee||no fee|
|Commercial, circulation 10,000 or less||$35||$50||$75|
|Circulation 100,000 or more||$150||$250||$500|
Note: Above fees are for non-exclusive, one-time, single-language, North American rights only.
• For one-time, single-language, worldwide rights, add 50% to the fees above.
• For one-time all languages, worldwide use, add 100% to the fees above.
• For all editions, all languages, worldwide use, add 150% to the fees listed above.
Usage fees for Audio Visual material, including Film footage and audio recordings
All Media Worldwide, in Perpetuity All formats including film, digital, and internet charged at $55 / second.
Usage fees for Broadcast Media and Digital Distribution:
|Television/Cable/Satellite Broadcast (per image)|
|North American Use, single Broadcast, Single-language only||$50|
|North American Use, repeated broadcast through life of program||$100|
|World use, single broadcast, single language only||$75|
|World use, repeated broadcast through life of program, single language||$150|
|World use, single broadcast, all languages||$100|
|World use, repeated broadcast through life of program, all languages||$200|
|Home Video/CD-ROM/DVD/VOD/Games and similar priced products, per image, in addition to the broadcast fee:|
|4000 copies or fewer||$40; $75 if also used on label, box, or wrappping.|
|4001-25,000 copies||$80; $250 if also used on label, box, or wrapping.|
|25,001 or more copies||$140; $350 if also used on label, box, or wrapping.|
Other Electronic Formats
|Internet/online or incorporation in web pages||$100 per image|
|U.S. distribution only||$500|
|Home video/CD-ROM/DVD/VOD and similar priced products, per image, in addition to the feature film distribution fee:|
|4000 copies or fewer||$40; $75 if also used on label, box or wrapping.|
|4001-25,000 copies||$80; $250 if also used on label, box or wrapping.|
|25,001 or more copies||$140; $350 if also used on label, box or wrapping|
|Advertisements: print circ. 99,999 or under||$600 per image|
|Circulation 100,000-499,999||$750 per image|
|Circulation 500,000-999,999||$900 per image|
|Circulation 1,000,000 or more||$1500 per image|
|Advertisements: posters||$1000 per image|
|Advertisements: television/film||$2000 per image|
|Advertisements: electronic||$1000 per image|
|Point-of-purchase materials||$1000 per image|
Print Non-Editorial (calendars, posters, greeting cards, postcards, novelty items, etc.):
|Printing: 1000 or less||$150||$300|
|Printing: 1001 to 9999||$350||$700|
|Printing: more than 10,000||to be negotiated||to be negotiated|