The Library of Congress > Duplication Services > Submit Your Order

Now that you have determined the reproduction(s) you wish to purchase, please follow steps 1 through 5 for accurate submission of your order. Be sure to click the buttons labeled "Next" to get to the next step. Once the order has been submitted, confirmation of your order will be sent by email, including a reference number. Please quote this reference number in any communication regarding your order. As always, if you have any questions, please contact our customer service section via telephone 202-707-5640 or email [email protected].

Step 1: Item and Duplication Information

        Limit: 25 items per order

Step 2: Customer and Delivery Information

Name & Contact Information

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For more detail and standard fee information, see Shipping »

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E-mail, FTP or HTTP Download. $5 min + $1/file above 5 files
CD sent via Fedex Express Saver
Fedex Express Saver: Used for most orders. Standard fee
Pickup at Duplication Services Customer Counter: $3
Fedex 2-Day Domestic Delivery: Standard fee + $9
Fedex Priority Overnight Domestic: Standard fee + $16
Fedex International Priority: Standard fee + $28
Use My Fedex Account: Note: Customer Service will contact you

Note: We cannot ship to PO Boxes

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Note: Delivery Address not needed for electronic delivery option

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Special Instructions


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Step 3: Accept Terms

  1. Copyrighted material will be copied in accordance with copyright law (Title 17, U.S. Code) and the CONTU Guidelines. Written permission from copyright owner or payment of a royalty fee may be required. The copyright law governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. One of these specified conditions is that the photocopy or other reproduction is not to be "used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship, or research." If a user makes a request for, or later uses, a photocopy or reproduction for a purpose in excess of "fair use," that user may be liable for copyright infringement. All responsibility for use of the reproductions is assumed by the applicant. This institution reserves the right to refuse to accept a copying order, if in its judgment, fulfillment of the order would involve violation of copyright law.

  2. The Library of Congress can neither grant nor deny permission to copy or publish photographs and other reproductions purchased from this office. It is the recipient's obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other use restrictions (such as donor restrictions, privacy rights, publicity rights, licensing and trademarks) when using, publishing, or otherwise distributing materials received from the Duplication Services. If material photographed from the Library's collections is published, a credit line, "Courtesy of the Library of Congress," will be appreciated.

  3. The Library will generally make reproductions of materials in its collections for research use. This service is provided for research purposes in lieu of loan of the material, or in place of manual transcription. Certain restricted material cannot be copied. The Library reserves the right to decline to make reproductions requested, to limit the number of copies made, or to furnish positive prints in lieu of negatives.

  4. Payment in advance is required. Payment through the online order form can only be made by credit card. The Library accepts MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and Visa credit cards. Duplication Services does not invoice.

  5. Additional charges may be applied to orders requiring the following special services:

    1. Reference work required to identify citations.
    2. Collation of materials for copying.
    3. Cost quotations.
    4. Searching of Copyright Office records for registration and renewal data.
    5. Reference or laboratory work completed on subsequently canceled orders.
    6. Work requiring special handling including rush service, adherence to detailed technical specifications, special camera set-ups, and on-sight filming of material which cannot be brought to the laboratory.
  6. Cancellation Policy: Regular orders may be canceled within 3 days after order is submitted for a full refund minus the processing and research fee. Rush orders may be canceled within 24 hours after order is submitted for a full refund minus the processing and research fee.

  7. No returns, refunds, or exchanges after 30 days of delivery.

  8. To reduce the possibility of damaging the Library's collection of duplicate negative microfilm, only orders to print complete rolls of positive microfilm will be accepted; portions of reels will not be supplied.

  9. The Library is not responsible for loss or damage to shipments outside the continental United States unless the purchaser gives written instructions to provide insurance at added cost. Partial shipments of large orders may be made at the Library's discretion.

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I hereby note and accept the "Conditions of Order and Use." If applicable, credit card information is correct and payment will be made. I understand there are no returns, refunds or exchanges after 30 days.
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Important: Name must match in Customer & Delivery Section

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Step 4: Review and Submit Order

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An electronic confirmation will be sent to your email address when you complete your order

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Step 5: Order Confirmation

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