Actually this isn't a copyright discussion.
"To ensure that publication of material from its collections receives due
acknowledgment and promotion, the Library requires that permission to
publish is obtained prior to publication."
"All requests for permission to publish should be made in writing, giving
details of the item/s required and their proposed use. The requirement for
permission to publish is based on ownership, not copyright, to ensure
copyright and donor provisions are met, the State Library of South Australia
receives due acknowledgement and promotion for use of material from its
collections, material is cited in a way that ensures it can be found by
Am I the only one who follows links?
On Fri, Sep 18, 2009 at 6:58 PM, Sarah Ewart <sarahewart(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Fri, Sep 18, 2009 at 11:39 PM, Carcharoth
Is that "date taken" or "date
published"? This is why provenance of
photographs (both photographer and publication details, and dates) is
important. You should also make clear *who* is saying that this
photograph was taken in 1903. Sometimes publication and photographed
dates are mixed up. Also, the location where something is published
can be important.
If the photographer is known, it's 'taken before 1 Jan 1955'. If the
photographer is not known or they are anonymous or pseudonymous, it's
or published before 1 Jan 1955'.
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