Food and drink are not permitted in the Archives. The Archives
is also a no smoking facility.
2. Coats, briefcases, bookbags, and other personal property not
essential to research projects must be placed on or near the coat
3. All stack areas of the Archives are closed to patrons; all
materials will be retrieved by members of the Archives staff
4. Due to the risk of inadvertent damage to documents when ink
is used, Archives patrons must use pencil or laptop computers
to take notes. Pencils will be provided upon request
Because of their sometimes unique
and fragile nature, Archives materials must be handled with care;
they must not be leaned on, written on, torn, folded, or otherwise
handled in any way likely to damage them.
Records must be kept in their
present arrangement; loose pages will stay in order if turned
like pages in a book. Please notify a staff member if any items
appear to be misfiled, mislabeled or missing.
7. When handling photographs, patrons may be asked to wear white
cotton gloves provided by the Archives.
Photocopying is permitted, if it is in accordance with donor agreements
and copyright restrictions, unless the item is fragile, exceptionally
valuable, or too large. Members of the Archives staff reserve
the right to assist with or actually carry out photocopying as
9. The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, U.S. Code
governs the making of photocopies and other reproductions of copyrighted
materials. Under certain conditions specified in the law, copies
may be provided for individual researchers' private use. These
may not be further reproduced, published, broadcast, displayed,
offered for sale, transferred to another individual or deposited
in another institution without written permission from the Alverno
College Archives and/or the copyright holder.
Citations should follow this format:
Alverno College. Office of the President. (A2.2)
Alverno College Archives
Alverno College, Milwaukee, WI
Box 3, Folder 12.
11. The user agrees to give the Archives a complimentary copy
of any publication, video production, or other work relying heavily
on its collections.