Images displayed here are copies of the physical objects that are legal charge and property of the Lane County History Museum. For this reason, LCHM images are not in the Public Domain, and are subject to duplication and licensing fees determined by the Museum. To understand the specifics of applicable image copyright, please refer to 17 U.S. Code Sect. 102 and 202(d)(1).
Reproductions of materials from these collections are available for research purposes and reproduction for educational, publication and personal use for a nominal fee. The detailed Reproduction policy and schedule of Usage Fees are available here and apply to any of the museum’s archival holdings including the digital archives.
Lane County History Museum is proud of the rich archive of imagery we have in our collection and we are glad to be able to share it with our community in digital form.
You can order digital copies of photographs from Museum Archives by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Print copies can be ordered by emailing email@example.com. Please fill out the Request for Photo Reproduction form (above), and include the catalog number for each photograph in your request. Find the images and catalog numbers through our online database. https://lchm.pastperfectonline.com/
For standard orders, allow at least three weeks from the time of payment for processing photo orders. For every image purchased usage fees apply. Transfer or media fees are per order. Discounts are available to Premium Museum Members. Please refer to your Membership Package for details and mention your affiliation at the time of order.
Photo Order Process
1. Find the photos you would like.
Browse our online catalog at https://lchm.pastperfectonline.com/ to find historical photos of a huge variety of topics. Since the search engine is publicly available, the Museum research library does not take requests for photo searches.
2. Fill out the Request for Photo Reproduction
Provide the collection number(s) for your photos, and check the box that best describes how you plan to use the photograph(s). Check the box indicating resolution output.
3. Wait for an Invoice/Specified Use Agreement
Digital Archives will respond to your request with an Invoice/Specified Use Agreement. Specified Use is how you plan to use the photo reproduction.
4. Make your payment
Once you have an invoice from LCHM, phone in your payment, pay in person, or make other arrangements if necessary, as in the case of international orders. Typically order fulfillment takes up to 3 weeks from the date payment is received. The Digital Archivist will communicate with you directly about timelines, particularly for larger orders.
5. Fill out, sign and return the Invoice/Specified Use Agreement
Fill in the Invoice/Specified Use Agreement with the technical specifics of your order—photo resolution, color mode, and anything additional you need the Digital Lab to know. This is an important step to receiving your order in the form that is usable to you.
The lower portion of the salmon page includes your agreement to use the photographs in the way you stated. Sign the form in ink and re-scan it, or digitally sign the form and return the completed salmon page to firstname.lastname@example.org.
6. Receive your Order
When your order is complete LCHM Digital Archives will deliver it by the desired method. Cloud transfer is usually fastest and easiest.
Included in your digital package will be a digital copy of your receipt, and the salmon Invoice/Specified Use Agreement countersigned by the Executive Director of the Museum. This grants you permission to use the image in the way stated.
Please review Museum policies and copyright restrictions of photo use that you should be aware of. Please take a minute to go over these during the order process.
Photo Print Reproductions
Archives at the Lane County History Museum handles requests for printed reproductions of photos. Use the Request for Photographic Reproduction form available online, and check the box next to “Print…” at the bottom of the green area. Forward your request to email@example.com. The Archivist/Research Librarian will work with you and an outside lab to have it reproduced to your specifications.