Duplication Information, Contracted Services, and Material Use

There is no charge for using the materials at the Center for Oral and Public History.
Reading room hours are M-F 9am-5pm.
To make an appointment contact coph@fullerton.edu or call (657)278- 3580

duplication

Below are the costs per oral history:

Duplication Fee Structure for CSUF faculty, staff, and students:

 

Paper

 

$.25/page

PDF file
(if not digitized)

$5.00

Image
(if not digitized)

$5.00

Sound recording (if not digitized)

$35.00 per hour for reel & cassette

Video recording

$15.00

 

Duplication Fee Structure for local researcher, community member, or non-profit organization:

Paper

$.50/page

PDF file
(if not digitized)

$10.00

Image
(if not digitized)

$10.00

Sound recording (if not digitized)

$35.00 per hour for reel & cassette

Video recording

$25.00

 

Duplication Fee Structure for commercial clients:

 

Paper

 

$1.00/page

PDF file (if not digitized)

$25.00

Image (if not digitized)

$25.00-$50.00, depending on quality

Sound recording (if not digitized)

$35.00 per hour for reel & cassette

Video recording

$50.00

licensing permission

Below are the costs per oral history:

To reproduce or use materials owned by the Center for Oral and Public History for any commercial purpose, including, but not limited to, on-line use and presentation, publication in any format, or exhibits, permission must be secured from the Center for Oral and Public History prior to web mounting, publication or exhibition. Licensing fees, where applicable, are calculated separately from reproduction costs.

Licensing Permission Fee Structure for:

Local researcher, community member, or non-profit organization:

 

PDF file                                        $1.00
Images                                       $40.00
Sound recording                      $25.00
Video recording                        $50.00

 

 

Licensing Permission Fee 

Structure for:

Structure for commercial clients:

 

 

PDF file                              $5.00
Images                             $60.00
Sound recording            $50.00
Video recording           $100.00

Contracted Services

The Center for Oral and Public History provides services on a contract basis for various organizations and buisnesses. Services include: conducting oral histories, digitization of audio, video, image, and documents, and editing/indexing transcripts. Contact coph@fullerton.edu for more details.

CIRCULATION

A limited number of oral histories are available through Inter-Library loan at Pollak Library, California State University, Fullerton. Check their online catalog for specific oral history transcripts here.

COPYRIGHT

The copyright law of the United States governs the making of photocopies and other reproductions of copyrighted materials. Under certain conditions specified in the law, copies may be provided for individual researchers' private study. The copies are provided for the individual's personal use and may not be further reproduced, published, broadcast, displayed, offered for sale, transferred to another individual or deposited in another institution without written permission from the Center for Oral and Public History and/or the copyright holder.

In certain cases, the Center for Oral and Public History does not own the copyright to the materials in its collection. Under these circumstances, it cannot give or deny permission to publish or otherwise distribute material in its collections. Transmission or reproduction of protected items beyond what is deemed a fair use of those items under copyright law requires the written permission of the copyright owners. The Center for Oral and Public History will furnish information it has, if any, regarding the owner of copyright and restrictions on use for particular material. It cannot and will not make any warranty or representation, express or implied, oral or
in writing, that a particular use of archival material is not an infringement of any copyright or property right of any third party. It is entirely the responsibility of the requester to determine and ensure that use of material fully complies with copyright law and other possible restrictions on use.