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Copyright Statements

Website Rights Statement

Texas State University may not own the copyright on all of the material on this website. Some of the material is in the public domain, and some of the material may be owned by unidentified copyright owners. Where possible, we have identified the copyright owners. If you are a copyright owner of any of the material posted on this website, please contact us so that we may gather accurate information about our collection. If you have any additional information about the material or would like to suggest any corrections, please contact us.

You may use any material on this website for personal or research use without permission. However, if you wish to publish or display copies of the materials on this website, you should contact University Archives for permission. You are responsible for securing any necessary permission to use this material. Texas State University cannot be responsible for any copyright violation resulting from your use of the material on this website. To learn more about U.S. copyright law, please see http://www.copyright.gov/help/faq/.

Oral History Rights Statement

The oral histories held by the University Archives are protected by copyright.  No permission is required for research or educational uses.  For other uses, you need to obtain permission.  University Archives has obtained the consent of both the interviewer and the interviewee to make these oral histories available for research and educational use.  If you are a copyright owner with concerns about an oral history featured here, please contact the University Archives.

Exhibition Rights Statement

Texas State University may not own the copyright on all of the material in this exhibit. Some of the material is in the public domain, and some of the material may be owned by unidentified copyright owners. Where possible, we have identified the copyright owners. If you are a copyright owner of any of the material included in this exhibit, please contact us so that we may gather accurate information about our collection. If you have any additional information about the material or would like to suggest any corrections, please contact us.

San Marcos Daily Record Negative Collection Statement

The publisher of the San Marcos Daily Record selected a Creative Commons: Attribution-NonCommercial license for the images contained in the negative collection held by the University Archives.  A simple summary of this rights statement means you are free to share and adapt any images, but you must observe the following conditions:

  1. Attribution — You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use.
  2. NonCommercial — You may not use the material for commercial purposes.