The Pratt Manhattan Campus Archive department will consider each reproduction request on a case by basis.
The Pratt Manhattan Campus Archive Department will reproduce material only when it supports the research, teaching and learning mission of Pratt Institute. However, the Pratt Manhattan Campus Archive reserves the right to say no if; The request is to duplicate an inordinate portion of the material Is prevented by U.S. copyright law Is prevented by FERPA Infringes on special restrictions imposed by the donor of the material
The Pratt Manhattan Archive Department reserves the right to exercise judgment concerning commercial reproduction when the Pratt Institute holds copyright.
Any material that the Pratt Manhattan Campus Archive does not own the copyright to will not be reproduced. If the interested party still desires to reproduce said material, they will have to obtain written permission from the copyright owner. It is the researcher's responsibility to obtain the information of the copyright holder and request their permission. If the researcher wishes to reproduce material after they have finished their allotted research time, they will have to obtain permission again.
The researcher is responsible for any infringement of copyright or for any other legal issues.
The interested party is fully responsible for any costs incurred during the reproduction process. For more information regarding pricing please contact the Pratt Manhattan Archives Committee Manager, Anthony Cocciolo through email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Use of photographic cameras (phones or otherwise) is strictly prohibited unless with the express written permission from the Pratt Manhattan Archives Committee. If consent is given, the patron is not permitted to use flash. Any material photographed will be for personal use only. The photographs should be not be posted on social media, personal web pages, or any other platform unless permission is given first.