The Archives

The Archives

The Greenlee County Historical Society has an extensive archives and photograph collection. Our collection is a valuable source of primary and secondary sources on Greenlee County history. Images can also be reproduced for private, business, or educational use.

 

Research at the GCHS is coordinated through Victoria Zubia-Harriman, Museum Archivist. Requests may be made via phone, letter, and email and we will make every effort to respond to your request within 72 hours, but please be patient.

 

Contact Information

Email: Click here for the Archivist

Museum: (928) 865-3115

Cell: (928) 322-1763

Mail: Victoria Zubia-Harriman, Archivist

GCHS Museum 

PO Box 787

Clifton, AZ 85533

 

 

Photo or Image Reproduction and Use Fees

Like almost all museums, the Greenlee County Historical Museum charges two kinds of fees for each reproduction of a photo or image from its collections: a “reproduction fee” and a “use fee.”

The reproduction fee reflects the labor and materials cost of creating a print of the photo or image. This one-time fee will vary according to the size and type of print created, and may also include extra charges for rush orders or additional staff research.

The use fee is charged for permission to use the copy of the Museum’s original image one time, whether for personal or commercial purposes. Each subsequent use (for instance, a re-broadcast or new publication) will entail another use fee and agreement.

For both kinds of fees, we distinguish between personal and non-profit use, such as display in your home or in a scholarly journal, and commercial use, such as display on commercial premises or publication as part of an article or advertisement. Determination of which fees apply in any given instance is at the discretion of Museum staff.

All fees are in U.S. dollars and are charged per image, for a single use. Possession of a reproduced image from the Greenlee County Historical Museum does not constitute permission to use it. Permission for use of images is governed by the GCHS Photo Order and Use Agreement, which must be signed by the user as part of any photo or image order.

All fees must be paid in advance before an order can be processed.

*Please note: Very old photos do not always format into today’s standard sizes. Also, not all of our early photos and negatives are in pristine condition. 

 

PRICING                                    

                  (effective 11/01/19)

ELECTRONIC IMAGES

Personal and Non-Profit:

Cost: $25 standard research fee for up to 20 scanned photographs plus $10 use fee per image.

Commercial

Cost: $25 standard research fee for up to 20 scanned photographs plus $20 use fee per image.

Image format and resolution:  600 DPI in a .jpg format unless otherwise specified.

> Electronic delivery is at no charge, plus research cost.

> CD cost is $20.00 per CD, plus research cost.

 
PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTS

Personal and Non-Profit:

Total for each print (color or b&w):

5x7       $20

8x10     $30

11x14   $40

(Prices for other sizes available by request.)

These totals represent the reproduction fee + $10 use fee per image.

Commercial

Total for each print (color or b&w):

5x7       $40

8x10     $50

11x14   $60

 

 (Prices for other sizes available by request.)

These totals represent the reproduction fee + $30 use fee per image. Re-use fee for subsequent publication is 50% of use fee, or $15 per image.

 

Document Photocopies (plus $25 research fee)

 

$0.25 per page (letter size) in black and white, $0.35 legal size b&w

 

Standard Research Fee: $25 

Postage, if applicable: $10     Shipped via USPS priority mail. Flat rate priority mail envelopes and boxes will be used whenever possible.  (2-3 business days)

Rush orders: add $30

Phone:   928.865.3115

Visit:

299 Chase Creek

Clifton, AZ 85533

Mail:

P.O. Box 787

Clifton, AZ 85533

Email:

  greenleecountyhs74@gmail.com

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The Greenlee County Historical Society is a  501(c)3 nonprofit organization, Federal Tax ID #86-0311425

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