Notice Concerning Copyright Restrictions
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Digital reproductions available through the Arthur H. and Mary Marden Dean Lafayette Collection website may be copied and used freely for the purposes of private study, scholarship or research without written permission. However, in order to use the digital reproductions from the Arthur H. and Mary Marden Dean Lafayette Collection #4611 in any other way, users must make a request in writing to: Permissions Coordinator of the Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, 2B Kroch Library, Cornell University Library, Ithaca, NY 14853. Please include the box and folder numbers in your request.
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