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Korab Collection: Archive of an Architectural Photographer

Rights & Reproductions

For researchers hoping to copy and publish images from the Balthazar Korab Collection, information about how to assess rights to images in the collection and how to obtain both reference and quality copies is provided below.

Rights Information

Obtaining Copies

Balthazar Korab, photographer. Chaos 1, Jean Tinguely, The Commons. Columbus, Indiana, 1974. Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division. The numbering on the film was used to identify the specific frame "33A/34."

Researchers can copy contact sheets and prints in the reading room, using the reading room copying machine or photographing with a hand-held camera (see the Prints & Photographs Division's policy linked below).

Individual Negative and Transparency Frames

Researchers can purchase quality scans of individual negative frames through Library of Congress Duplication Services. In placing an order, researchers should cite the Box Number, Folder Number and a Page/Item/Slide sheet number in addition to an image description. In most cases, Duplication Services will also require a reference image, so document your research carefully.

KORAB F4156, no. 3, 33A/34
(Frame from a roll of 35mm film found in a negative sleeve)

Digitized Images

Researchers can download digital files from the catalog.

Further Information