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TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE


The Oklahoma State University Library maintains a set of information repositories and provides access to the data in these repositories. In addition, the library interoperates with other related projects that provide information, and may make use of the data and services of these other organizations in providing the result for a query.


We make no representation, explicit or otherwise, about the completeness, accuracy, or consistency of the data in our repositories, of the integrity of the services we provide, or of those with which we interoperate. Virtually all the data in our repositories originates elsewhere, and we cannot guarantee its correctness, nor do we guarantee that the processing we perform on these data is free from errors. Indeed, some of the collections are known to contain outdated names, mistaken identifications, inaccurate data, erroneous specifications, and so on. While we attempt to provide accurate data and services, and are continually correcting errors upon discovery, individuals concerned with the correctness or accuracy of individual data items are advised to seek independent verification of such data.


While this website is publicly accessible, not all materials here available are in the public domain. The majority of the images, texts, and data are copyrighted to Oklahoma State University or to their original print publishers or authors, and are made available here with permission.


By their use of these texts and images, users agree to follow these conditions of use:


  • Unless otherwise stated, all digital files are copyrighted to Oklahoma State University. All rights reserved.
  • Use of digital texts and images found on this website is permitted for private or personal use only. Publication, commercial use, or reproduction of material in physical or digital form requires prior written permission from the copyright holder.
  • The Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or reproductions of copyrighted materials. The Library reserves the right to refuse photocopying or reproducing an image if, in its judgment, the reproduction would be used for purposes other than personal or private scholarship, uses, or research. If a user employs a photocopy or reproduction for purposes in excess of fair use, that user may be liable for copyright infringement.
  • Educators are welcome to use the materials so long as that use conforms to Copyright Law and Guidelines for Fair Use. We request that full credit be given to the copyright holder for all uses of this information.
  • Individuals and institutions may link to this website, subject to our conditions of use.