Rights and Reproductions
The Newberry makes its collections available for any lawful purpose, commercial or non-commercial, without licensing or permission fees to the library, subject to the following terms and conditions. Use of reproductions of Newberry collection items shall be at the user’s sole risk. Researchers are responsible for determining whether the material is in the public domain or whether it is protected by copyright law or other restrictions. If the material is protected by copyright law, researchers are responsible for determining whether the intended use is within the limits of fair use and, if not, for obtaining permission from any rights holders. The Newberry shall not be responsible or liable for any claim of infringement or damage that may occur owing to the use of any material that the Newberry makes available.
Policies and Guidelines:
- Notice and Take-Down Procedure
- Warning Concerning Copyright Restrictions
- Photographing Newberry Materials in the Reading Rooms
- Access to Culturally Sensitive Indigenous Materials
The Newberry offers a variety of reproduction services for items in the collection. Depending on the size and complexity of the request and the size and condition of the item, services will be filled either by Reading Room staff or Digital Services. The Newberry reserves the right to refuse any reproduction order, in its sole discretion. See, also, Warning Concerning Copyright Restrictions.
Fees and additional information on placing an order: