I found an image from South Caroliniana Library in your Digital Collections. May I use it?


We are glad you found a useful image in our online Digital Collections. We do not mind if you use it as long as you credit us, but please know that, in most cases, we do not hold copyrights to our collections. We make no assessment of copyright status; that burden is on you, the user. Please refer to the Reproductions and Use policy as found on our main webpage and the Library's Notice Regarding Copyright Restrictions and Use of Reproductions for more information.

In all cases of use and publication, the Library respectfully requests that you credit the source as:

"From the South Caroliniana Library, University of South Carolina, Columbia, S.C."

When the image is part of a specific named collection, you are encouraged to also include the name of the collection; for example, "From the ['name' collection or 'name' papers], the South Caroliniana Library, University of South Carolina, Columbia, S.C." Credits should appear in close proximity to the image or in a special section devoted to credits.

The highest resolution of the image that can be obtained from our online Digital Collections is from the download button at the upper right of the page, next to the "contribute info" button. It looks like a downward arrow pointing into a small rectangle.

If you discover that the image or images you retrieved from our online collections are not of sufficient resolution or not the right file format for your intended use, we can often provide a higher-resolution scan as a 600 dpi TIFF file for $10 per image. Let us know, and we can provide more details and payment instructions.

If you are planning to publish and will use images of South Caroliniana Library collection materials, please tell us so we may consider adding your work to our holdings.

  • Last Updated Aug 30, 2023
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  • Answered By Todd Hoppock

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