Thanks to the generous support of the Kleberg Foundation, the Photography Services Department at the Center for American History is able to offer our patrons inexpensive reference scans of images from the Jimmie Dodd Photograph Collection. High resolution digital copies on CD ROM are offered at competitive current rates.
The Center for American History holds copyright to the images in the Jimmie Dodd collection and charges a preservation/use fee for high resolution scans.
Low Resolution Reference Scans (72 dpi):
Digital Reproductions (600 dpi):
The photographic preservation fee is used to defray costs associated with the special handling required of the types of materials which must be photographically reproduced. Funds generated from these fees are dedicated to the further development and preservation of the Center's holdings.
|Commercial firms||$50.00 per image|
|Non-profit organizations and independent researchers||$25.00 per image|
|UT-Austin faculty, staff, students, and departments||$10.00 per image|
A handling fee of $6.00 per order is charged for orders that must be mailed out. No handling fee is charged for orders picked up at the Center.
State sales tax: 8.25 % (tax exempt entities must supply Texas State Sales and Use Exemption form)
Please submit a completed order form to the Center for American History's Photography Services Department. You will receive an invoice, and payment must be received before an order is filled. Payment options include checks, Mastercard, and Visa. If you have questions, contact the Photographs Archivist.
For items ordered that are intended for publication, consult the permission to publish section of the Center's web site.
The Center for American History's Research and Collections Division has a number of forms available in Adobe Acrobat® PDF format. In order to view these forms you must have Adobe Reader® (version 3.x or greater) installed on your computer. Adobe Reader is available to download for free from Adobe Systems Incorporated.
When you click on a download-form hyperlink, the form will either open in your current browser window, or you will be given the option of opening the file or saving it to disk. Choose either option. The advantage to saving the file to your computer is that you can print the form again later without having to download it again. If the form has opened in your browser and you wish to save it to your computer, simply select the save option.
Once you have opened the form, print it, fill it out legibly (see below), and either mail it to the Reference Department, Research and Collections Division, or bring it in yourself. Go to our contact information page for our mailing address and location. Please DO NOT email the form to us.
When printing a form from within your Web browser do not use the browser's print function. Instead, use the print icon on the Adobe tool bar that appears immediately above the viewing field or the print button on the bottom of the form.
Several of the forms use very narrow margins. If you have problems with the edges of the document being "cut off" by your printer, select the "Shrink to fit" option in the Print dialog box. This option will proportionally reduce the document so that it will fit within the printable area for your printer.
If you encounter other printing problems, try downloading the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader®. If this does not help consult, your printer documentation or try Adobe's Customer Support Website. Please do not telephone the CAH Research and Collections Division or the UT General Libraries for technical assistance.
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