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The images under this account were all downloaded from the library of congress's website, and rescaled to be suitable for creating cliparts out of them using Crayon. We tried to keep the descriptions as they were over there, showing the date of publication and the image IDs in case any one wanted to research the image over their website.
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|Hi,My name is Darcy Pugsley. I'm writing to you regarding the portrait of the Lincoln Family.Do you know how many there is? I also have the portrait of the Lincoln Family.It's been in my Family for a very long time. When my mother passed away in 2010. She gave it to me,because I had always been interested in my relation to Lincoln on mother's side.My mother maiden name was Mary Lincoln. Her father was Clarence Lincoln,he was 3rd cousin of Abraham Lincoln. His father was Ralph Lincoln the son of James Lincoln,who was the son of Josiah Lincoln. Josiah Lincoln's brother Thomas,was Abraham Lincoln's father that makes me 5th cousin of Abraham Lincoln. I hope to hear back from you.Sincerely, Darcy|
|Peak numbers of visitors occur in the summertime, when Niagara Falls are both a daytime and evening attraction. The oldest and best known tourist attraction at Niagara Falls is the Maid of the Mist boat cruise, named for an ancient Ongiara Indian mythical character, which has carried passengers into the rapids immediately below the Falls since 1846. Cruise boats operate from boat docks on both sides of the falls.|
|On earth, if there is grandeur of rock and stones, plethora of natural beauty and majesty of flora and fauna the name which is epitome of these excellence is none other then rocky splendor ‘Grand Canyon National Park’. Proclaiming it as ‘Rocky kingdom on earth’, a 277 river miles long, some one mile deep and average of ten miles wide, Grand Canyon acclaimed as one of the wonders of natural world.|
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,