Answered By: Micah Hoggatt Last Updated: Jul 11, 2018 Views: 42
Houghton Library does not require that researchers request permission to quote from or publish images of most collection material (a few exceptions are listed on our website), nor does it charge permission or use fees.
The vast majority of Houghton material is either in the public domain or under copyrights not controlled by Houghton. For material that is protected by copyright, certain uses (including but not limited to quoting, publishing, performing, and reproducing) may require permission from the copyright holder(s). When required, it is the researcher’s responsibility to obtain such permissions.
Please notify the library if you plan to publish facsimile editions of Houghton materials, and for articles, editorial projects, biographical and critical works that incorporate a substantial portion of a manuscript and/or collection. The library may wish to receive a copy of such works for its records.