Services

Reprographics

Photography

The Hogan Jazz Archive allows and encourages patrons to bring their digital cameras to our reading room in order to make digital image copies of material viewed onsite. This is because unlike photocopying, photography (without flash) does not damage documents.

Because of copyright restrictions, the Hogan Jazz Archive does not make copies of materials from its recorded sound collections, with the exception of brief excerpts from the oral history interviews, subject to the discretion of the Curator, nor does it reproduce film.

We request patrons observe the following rules when using digital cameras to make copies:

  • Please turn off all flash and sound elements
  • Use the ambient lighting available in the room. We ask patrons to not set items close to the window sills, in order to avoid potential sun damage.

Photocopying

Despite the potential damage that photocopying can create, The Hogan Jazz Archive allows limited photocopying of certain types of its holdings (vertical file information, oral history transcripts, sheet music, and other published material) for onsite patrons, subject to certain limitations. For example, no more than ten orchestrations will be reproduced for a given patron annually. We do not provide photocopying service for fragile archival or book materials.

Fees for photocopying are:

  • 10 cents per page for Tulane faculty and students
  • 25 cents per page for all other patrons
  • $1.00 per page for sheet music and orchestrations
  • $1.00 per page for low resolution, digital pdfs

Receipt of photocopies does not convey copyright. It is the researcher's responsibility to ensure compliance with all relevant copyright laws. 

As of December 1, 2016, the Hogan Jazz Archive must adhere to the cashless payment mandate of the Howard-Tilton Memorial Library. All HJA fees can only be paid via the Library’s online payment form which accepts Visa, Mastercard and Discover.

Scanning

The Hogan Jazz Archive provides limited high resolution scanning services to patrons. We can either burn them to a CD or e-mail them to you, depending on the density of the file. Our scanning fees begin at $20 per image per scan. To place a scanning order, consult a member of the Hogan Jazz Archive staff, who will assist in completion of a Duplications Invoice and Indemnity Agreement. Publication fees may apply. All commercial use of reproduced materials from the collection of the Hogan Jazz Archive (graphics and oral history) will require a Limited License of Use and Indemnity Agreement signed by the patron and the Curator.

As of December 1, 2016, the Hogan Jazz Archive must adhere to the cashless payment mandate of the Howard-Tilton Memorial Library. All HJA fees can only be paid via the Library’s online payment form which accepts Visa, Mastercard and Discover.