Your way to get copies and reproductions of collections in the Library of Congress
The Library of Congress makes copies and reproductions of our materials available to the public for a fee. Getting copies of items that have already been digitized is relatively easy. Obtaining copies of items that are fragile, rare or that were made using technology that is no longer in use can be more complex.
Guide to the Collections
Duplication Services provides copies and reproductions of the following types of content:
|Photographs »||Art Prints & Illustrations »|
|Newspapers »||Manuscripts »|
|Periodicals / Journals »||Sheet Music & Musical Scores »|
|Rare Books »||General / Technical Books »|
|Maps »||Posters »|
|Architectural Drawings »||Legal Documents »|
The approximately 172,000 photographs in the Library of Congress' collection from the
Farm Security Administration (FSA) provide a unique view of American life during
the Great Depression and Second World War.
Each volume in the "Fields of Vision " series features an introduction to the
work of a single FSA photographer by a leading contemporary author or writer,
and presents 50 striking images that show how the particular vision of these photographers
helped shape the collective identity of America.
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We provide copies of content in the following formats. Note: Not all formats are available for all types of content.
- Digital Scan
- Digital PDF
- Paper Photocopy
- Digital Print
For more about the options for each type, see Products & Pricing
Duplication Services does not provide copies of the following:
- Film & Video
- Other Multi-media
For further information on ordering copies of audio and moving image materials, please visit the
Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division»
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