Well, after a medium amount of digging, I am forced to admit that I
cannot prove that this picture is in the public domain. I suppose that
means it must be deleted, dangnab it.
Executioner, do your duty.
Sean Barrett | Necessity is the plea for every
sean(a)epoptic.com | infringement of human freedom. It
| is the argument of tyrants; it is
| the creed of slaves. --William Pitt
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Vicki Rosenzweig
Sent: Tuesday, July 02, 2002 07:50
Subject: RE: [Wikipedia-l] other irrelevant uploads
At 07:32 AM 7/2/02 -0700, Sean Barrett wrote:
United States government, which was rather interested
in the fellow.
Specifically the Prints and Photographs Division of the Library of
Did the US government produce this image? If so, it's public domain.
Otherwise, probably not: just about everything in copyright in the US is
in the Library of Congress, because of how copyright registration works.
wow. My first impression of any post-1900 artwork is
Where did you find it (commissioned by the Cuban government?).
>Do not delete che.png. I uploaded it, and it is not a copyright
> Sean Barrett | Pereant, inquit, qui ante nos nostra dixerunt.
> sean(a)epoptic.com |
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