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 is a free public resource for users to discover primary source materials with authoritative descriptive data. Collections are from reputable sources for educational and public use.
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          You can choose to search images for commerical, educational, or private use. Some images, audio and video files are licensed to be altered to new works.
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          Our educational policy is as follows
          (1) Students may download and use our images in their own work. A credit to (c) Ian Britton - is required.
          (2) An individual teacher may make use of our images in the course of their own personal teaching work. A credit to (c) Ian Britton - is required.
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