- Arrangements can be made individually for research in non-print media.
- Requests for limited reproduction of material is available when such duplication
can be done without injury to materials and when duplication does not violate
donor agreements or copyright law. Copies cannot be given to other institutions
without prior permission of the Department Head.
- A Reproduction Request Form may be completed and submitted to the staff
member on duty at any time during the day, but at least fifteen minutes before
closing. Requests for duplicating certain materials may require approval by
the Department Head.
- Due to staff availability and/or duplication request backlogs, copies may not be immediately available. Large duplication jobs may need to be mailed.
- Special Collections staff will attempt to answer general reference questions about the collections and the history of Vanderbilt University. Questions requiring extensive research are beyond the scope of this service.
- Service fees are as follows:
||Standard domestic shipping rate is $5.00, with large copy jobs being
charged according to weight. Contact us
for information on international rates or bulk shipping.
Xerographic copies: 20¢/page
After the first 50 copies, a service fee of $20 is assessed for
each additional 100 copies.
A second copy request submitted by the same patron within 30 days
of the first request is considered part of the same copy job.
Audio cassette: $5.00
Video cassette: $30-60
Photographs: please contact us for quotes
All orders requiring shipping must be prepaid.
Please Note: We are unable to provide materials by fax machine
at this time.
- An appropriate credit line or citation must identify materials from Special
Collections. The recommended credit line format is as follows: [Name of Collection],
Vanderbilt University Special Collections and Archives.
- A copy of the publication, offprint, or tearsheets (or xerographic copies
of title page and pages using Special Collections materials) is requested
for the Archives record.
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