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In almost all cases, the content of the Schoenberg Center’s digital

resources are drawn from the University of Pennsylvania Libraries

collections. For the most part, works which appear on the SCETI web site

were published prior to 1923 and are in the public domain.

Additionally, some of the documents and publications on the site are from

the University Archives. In other instances, for example, documents

included the Crisis of the Union web site are from the Library & Company’s


Despite being in the public domain, Library-owned content is subject to

the general Creative Commons License (see

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.5/). Furthermore, if you are

interested in using SCETI images in publications (print and electronic),

we would appreciate it if you contacted the appropriate curatorial contact

below. They will provide you with the necessary information for properly

citing the digital resource.

Permission for the commercial use of the Libraries’ digital facsimiles is

subject to the approval of the appropriate curator or the staff of the

institutional collection and the use of the image or images may be subject

to a fee. See below for contact information.

Curatorial Contact Information:

Center for Advanced Jewish Studies

c/o Mr. Arthur Kiron


Rare Books and Manuscript Library Reproduction Services

c/o Mr. John Pollack


University of Pennsylvania Archives

c/o Mr. Mark Fraiser Lloyd, University Archivist


University of Pennsylvania Art Collection

c/o Lynn Marsden-Atlass


Library Company

c/o Nicole Jonies


Important! If you are in doubt about whom to contact please contact David

McKnight dmcknigh@pobox.upenn.edu, Curator Schoenberg Center for

Electronic Text and Image.

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