The UNCSA Archives is able to make reproductions of certain material for patrons. There is no self-service photocopying in the Archives, but patrons examining Archives material in person may use a digital camera to take pictures for later reference. These images are for personal use only.
All reproduction requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Some requests may be denied based on format/fragility of material, legal restrictions, or for other reasons at the discretion of the University Archivist. Examining or acquiring reproductions of materials from the Archives does not convey the right to publish, exhibit, or otherwise reproduce the materials in full or in part.
To request a reproduction, please contact us to discuss the material you would like to have reproduced.
The UNCSA Archives supports and encourages physical and virtual access to the materials in our collections. While the Archives may hold a physical object, we may not be the holder of the copyright. This includes all documents, photographs, ephemera, and works of art. UNCSA may grant permission for the reproduction and use of content for which it is the copyright owner. For materials whose copyright is held elsewhere, the Archives staff may be able to assist users in identifying a copyright owner; however, securing publication or exhibition permissions is the responsibility of the user. Examining or acquiring reproductions of materials from the Archives does not convey the right to publish, exhibit, or otherwise reproduce the materials in full or in part.
Visit the Society of American Archivists' Copyright and Unpublished Materials brochure for additional information on copyright for archival research.
The UNCSA Archives requests full citation of all material published or referenced in any publication, presentation, or performance.
Preferred citation: [Item Title/Description, Date, and Creator. Collection name], UNCSA Archives, University of North Carolina School of the Arts