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Services We Provide
We welcome all questions and look forward to your visit.
Whenever possible we encourage researchers to visit the Archives in person to conduct their own research. Please email using the form below or call to book an appointment with the Archivist.
At no charge, staff will assist researchers identify sources and retrieve material for use.
Staff will also undertake 30 minutes of research at no charge when responding to requests received by mail, email, and phone.
More extensive research can be undertaken at a charge of 25.00/hour.
Payment may be made by cash, cheque, debit, Visa or MasterCard.
Friends of the Museum receive 25% off all services.
Photocopies: by donation
Digital copies of images (emailed): 5.00/image from a scanned image; 15.00/image from an unscanned image
Digital copies of images to CD or DVD: 5.00/image + 2.00 for CD/DVD
Print copies: 15.00/image (8×10) from a scanned image; 25.00/image (8×10) from an unscanned image
Fees for Use
PLEASE NOTE THAT THESE FEES ARE IN ADDITION TO CHARGES ABOVE
Commercial use (commercial publications, brochures, calendars, films, posters, souvenir items): 20.00-50.00/image
Non-profit/Personal Use/Research Purposes: No charge
The image must be accompanied by the following credit line: Courtesy of the Dundas Museum & Archives.
The Dundas Museum & Archives provides copies for research purposes only and does not assume responsibility for copyright infringement by researchers. The researcher is responsible for determining whether material is subject to copyright and for identifying the copyright holder.
THE DUNDAS MUSEUM & ARCHIVES RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MAKE CHANGES TO THE FEE SCHEDULE AS NECESSARY.
Donations of Archival Material
The Dundas Museum & Archives welcomes donations which support the needs of the collections and the mission of the Museum. The collections have been built over the years through the generous donations of members of the public. The Acquisition Committee reviews all objects being considered for donation before they are accepted to ensure their suitability.