Using These Materials
Collection is open for research.
Original audiovisual media may need to be reformatted before use. Oral histories on cassettes have been digitized and are available upon request.
Please contact the Rubenstein Library before coming to use this collection.
- PHYSICAL / TECHNICAL ACCESS - RESTRICTIONS:
The photographs in this collection are all traditional process gelatin silver paper and some resin-coated prints; most were created by Espada within a year or two of image capture.
Negatives are chiefly 35 mm safety film strips and are closed to use for preservation reasons.
- USE & PERMISSIONS:
Materials in this collection are made available for research, scholarship, and private study. Duke University holds an interest in the copyright and can license uses in some circumstances. For reuses of these materials item beyond those permitted by fair use or otherwise allowed under the Copyright Act, please consult https://library.duke.edu/rubenstein/research/citations-and-permissions
- BEFORE YOU VISIT:
- Please consult our up-to-date information for visitors page, as our services and guidelines periodically change.
- PREFERRED CITATION:
[Identification of item], Frank Espada Photographs and Papers, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.