MAKING REQUESTS FOR IMAGES AND DIGITAL IMAGE FILES
The Anchorage Museum will provide digital image files of objects or photographs within the museum's collection for any intended use via the following procedure:
The Anchorage Museum may refuse reproduction requests for materials to which it does not own copyright. Limitations may be placed on copying/reproducing items for reasons of law, collection restrictions, institutional regulations, department policy, or the condition of the items.
Normal turnaround time for requests submitted with complete paperwork is two to three weeks. Orders with incomplete paperwork, large or complex orders, orders involving new photography, or custom requests will take longer. Rush orders may be available on a case-by-case basis for a 100 percent surcharge. Projects with dates of release within three weeks of the Image Use Request submission will automatically have rush order status applied to them.
For questions concerning rights and reproductions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
MAKING PRINT REQUESTS
To request a print from the Anchorage Museum's photo collection, please fill out the Print Request form and return it via mail, email, or fax (907) 929-9233. Print sizes and prices are listed on the form.
The use of some photographs may be restricted or limited by copyright. Researchers using photographs for publication should familiarize themselves with the subject and restrictions of copyright. Transfer of copyright by a donor(s) encompasses only those items to which he/she/they have the legal title.
Researchers using photographs for papers, dissertations and publications must credit the Anchorage Museum, in a caption or citation, as the source repository. The citation or caption must include the item's identification number, or if unavailable, name of the repository collection.
The researcher agrees not to place any materials copied for or by him/her at the Anchorage Museum in any other library, archives, or manuscripts repository.
Reproductions of materials are done by museum staff at the researcher's expense when the condition of the originals will permit such reproduction. The museum retains the right to limit the number of copies made for any one researcher, either in total or from any one given collection.
The researcher is responsible for obtaining any necessary copyright permissions.