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02/03/13 10:22 am     By: CutNGlass    To: imaginary farmsred flag Flag | reply Reply
User gravatarhttp://www.clker.com/clipart-51757.html

RIGHTS INFORMATION: No known restrictions on publication.
MEDIUM: 1 print (poster) : lithograph, color ; 105 x 70 cm.
CREATED/PUBLISHED: Cincinnati ; New York : U.S. Lithograph Co., [1903]
CREATOR:
U.S. Lithograph Co.

If this is the one you are referring to, since the Library of Congress believes that it was printed well over 100 years ago.

03/25/10 2:23 pm     By: imaginary farms    To: Mohamed Ibrahimred flag Flag | reply Reply
User gravatarWell, I guess that makes it alright to use, huh? Do you think this would apply for all the LOC images that you uploaded?

Thank you again for your time,

russell

03/25/10 1:11 pm     By: imaginary farms    To: Mohamed Ibrahimred flag Flag | reply Reply
User gravatarWell, I guess that makes it alright to use, huh? Do you think this would apply for all the LOC images that you uploaded?

Thank you again for your time,

russell

03/25/10 12:57 pm     By: Mohamed Ibrahim    To: imaginary farmsred flag Flag | reply Reply
User gravatarAll the images uploaded on clker.com from the library of congress states "no known restrictions on publication". However, since mistakes can happen, all images on clker are provided subject to the terms of use here: http://www.clker.com/disclaimer.html . However, since those terms might not be suitable for every use, you might consider going to the library of congress website and downloading the original tiff source from there and then you will need to read their own terms and conditions.
Wish you the best of luck with the T-Shirts.
Mohamed

03/25/10 12:33 pm     By: imaginary farms    To: Mohamed Ibrahimred flag Flag | reply Reply
User gravatarWell, I guess that makes it alright to use, huh? Do you think this would apply for all the LOC images that you uploaded?

Thank you again for your time,

russell

03/25/10 12:14 pm     By: Mohamed Ibrahim    To: imaginary farmsred flag Flag | reply Reply
User gravatarHi Russel,
This is the link that displays the rights of this collection:
http://www.loc.gov/rr/print/res/108_perf.html
The page that has the drawing contains a link to the collection, then it links to the rights page.

03/25/10 12:05 pm     By: imaginary farms    To: Mohamed Ibrahimred flag Flag | reply Reply
User gravatarThanks so much for your prompt response. I was actually referring to http://www.clker.com/clipart-51757.html , but I like that one also. I have sent a message to "ask a librarian" section of the LOC site because that's the only contact I could find. Do you have any other contact info that might help? I was thinking that, because of the age of the prints they would now be public domain, but I sure need to find out for sure.

Thanks for assistance!

russell

03/25/10 11:50 am     By: Mohamed Ibrahim    To: imaginary farmsred flag Flag | reply Reply
User gravatarHi Russel,
Is this the one we're talking about: http://www.clker.com/clipart-51839.html ?
In the description, there is an entry called "Control number". If you place that number in the library of congress search, it will give you the original entry ( http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/var1994001437/PP/ )
As far as the description goes, it says it was created/published 1903. My information is that anything before Jan 1st 1923 is now in public domain. You can contact the library of congress in case you want to confirm that.

03/25/10 11:38 am     By: imaginary farms    To: LibraryOfCongress Collectionred flag Flag | reply Reply
User gravatarHello:

I would really like to use some of these images for t-shirts. While it reads "No known restrictions on publication", do you know where I can find out for sure if I can use them without getting in trouble? I've sent a message to the Library of Congress, but doubt I'll ever hear back. Do you know if they are public domain? The one that I really like is "Fred R. Hamlin's musical extravaganza, The wizard of Oz", but I SURELY don't wanna get in trouble with whoever owns the wizard of oz rights.

I greatly appreciate your time,

russell

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