Creative Commons: Details & Exceptions for Getty Research Institute Collection Guides, Inventories and Finding Aids
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The content of this page was modeled after the Schlesinger Library’s "Creative Commons: Details and Exceptions" and the Rockefeller Archive Center’s CC0 Public Domain Dedication.