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We are able to spend up to 30 minutes on your enquiry, after that we charge £25 per half an hour’s research.
Yes you can. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you a reprographics form to fill in or you can download one from our website. The copies will normally be supplied as low resolution images. We charge 50p per image for orders under 50 images, after that we charge £25 per half an hour’s copying.
It is normal practice to supply research copies by digital photography. The copies will usually be supplied as low resolution images to a customer’s email address, but print outs can be supplied by post on request.
Yes, you are welcome to take low resolution photographs of documents in the reading room. No flash photography is permitted and no tripods, stands or specialist equipment other than the camera may be used.
Reading room staff will ask you to complete and sign a copyright declaration, itemising the documents you have copied, and to include a printed copyright statement in all photographic images.
When including a reference to our collections in a footnote or bibliography, you should always follow the referencing style guidance set by your faculty, journal, or publisher. As a minimum we ask that you include the name of the repository (Churchill Archives Centre, Cambridge), the name of the collection (e.g. ‘The Papers of Julian Amery’, ‘The Papers of Admiral Sir Doveton Sturdee’, ‘The Papers of Baroness Thatcher’), and the full alpha-numerical document reference as provided by our catalogue (e.g. ‘CHAR 1/282/71’ or ‘RTBT 5/2/1, file 4’).
Get in touch at email@example.com or T: 01223 336087 and we can supply you with a publication licence and advice on clearing copyright.
Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org or T: 01223 336087 and we should be able to give advice on clearing copyright.
Yes. Please ask Archives Centre staff for further information and a link to our online payment system at email@example.com.