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Please contact:

The Tom & Ethel Bradley Center at bradleycenter@csun.edu

or Keith Rice, Historian/Archivist, at sherwin.rice@csun.edu

 

Images:

For personal use: Cost

Print Size:

 
8 x 10 in.$25
11 x 14 in.$45
16 x 20 in.$100
20 x 24 in.$150
  

For publication:  (one time use):

Books$100
Advertising and product design$250
Brochures$50
Television, Film, and new media$150
Commercial Décor: 
                  11 x 14 in.$200
                  16 x 20 in.$300
                  20 x 24 in.$400
                  24 x 30 in.$500

Copyright. Use of images in the collections in the Tom & Ethel Bradley Center is strictly prohibited by law without prior written consent from the copyright holders. The responsibility for the use of these materials rests exclusively with the user. The Bradley Center may assist in obtaining copyright/licensing permission to use images from the following collections: Harry Adams, Julián Cardona, Bob Douglas, John Kouns, David Blumenkrantz, and Edward Alfano. Other collections copyright/licensing requests may be obtained directly from the Institute. (Costs for the mentioned photographers is determined by the individual photographers, and not necessarily reflected in the above cost schedule.)

Oral Histories:

Terms and Conditions of Use of Oral Histories

Copyright: Copies are provided for the individual's personal use and 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 Tom & Ethel Bradley Center Oral History Program and/or the copyright holder. The Tom & Ethel Bradley Center is the copyright holder for all materials in the oral histories in the collection, including but not limited to audio, video, images and transcripts.

Duplication: The Tom & Ethel Bradley Center Oral History Program provides a variety of duplication services but reserves the right to restrict reproduction of materials due to copyright, or donor requirements. Access copies and transcriptions of sound and video recordings are available.

The Tom & Ethel Bradley Center charges a fee for duplication of materials (audio and transcript only) to recover costs. Special request is required for video recordings. Duplication is intended for educational use, scholarly and/or personal use. Commercial use requires permission and is subject to additional fees from the Bradley Center. See the rate structure below for duplication services:

Licensing Permission: to reproduce or use materials owned by the Tom & Ethel Bradley Center for any commercial purpose, including, but not limited to, on-line use and presentation, publication in any format, or exhibits, permission must be secured from the Tom & Ethel Bradley Center via permission form prior to web mounting, publication or exhibition. Licensing fees, where applicable, are calculated separately from duplication costs.

Oral History Program Permission Use Form

Fee Schedule
Transcript, Audio and Video
 Cost
Duplication - digital & physical  
Transcript 
Electronic:Free
Print:$40 each printing
Audio$35.00 each
 Flash Drive: $25.00 per disc
Compact Discs (CD-R):$35
Electronic delivery, mp3 file: 
Licensing fees are separate from reproduction costs 
Commercial 
Video clip:$250 for 20 minutes minimum, unedited
 $100 each addition 20 minutes
Audio:$150
Non-profit, scholarly research 
Video clip:$125 for 20 minutes minimum, unedited
               $50 each addition 10 minutes
Audio:$75
Video editing, commercial and non-profit 
Licensing + labor - $30/hr, minimum 4 hours 
$30 each additional hour 
No cancellations 

Payment forms
    Cash or check mailed to the Tom & Ethel Bradley Center.

Citation style
Transcript:
Transcript, Oral History Interview with (Name of Interviewee) (Interview Number), (Date of Interview), by (Name of Interviewer), (page number), Oral History Program, Tom & Ethel Bradley Center, California State University, Northridge.

Example:
Transcript, Oral History Interview with Gwen Green 14.04.OHT.01. 19 February 2014, by Kent Kirkton and Keith Rice, p. 14, Oral History Program, Tom & Ethel Bradley Center, California State University, Northridge.

Audio:
(Name of Interviewee), interview by (Names of Interviewer), digital recording, (Date), Oral History Program in the Tom & Ethel Bradley Center, California State University, Northridge.

Example:
Gwen Green, interview by Kent Kirkton and Keith Rice, digital recording, 19 February 2014, Oral History Program in the Tom & Ethel Bradley Center, California State University, Northridge.

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Catalogs:

To order catalogs please visit CSUN Art Galleries or email the Center.

CatalogDescription

 

Identity and Affirmation: Post War African American Photography
Part the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time Initiative
2011
Hardbound, 112 pages, 126 images
Identity & Affirmation: Post War African American Photography is part of the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980.  Identity & Affirmation features images produced by African American photographers from Los Angeles during the post-war years. They are drawn from the more than 850,000 images, produced by Los Angeles based African American photographers, that comprise the permanent collection of the Institute of Arts & Media at California State University Northridge. Photographers include: Harry Adams, Roland Charles, Guy Crowder, Jack Davis, Bob Douglas, Maxie Floyd, Alex Green, Calvin Hicks, James Jeffrey, Daniel Martin, Willie Middlebrook, and Charles Williams.

 

Camera and Community

 

Camera and Community
Photographs from the Collection of the Institute for Arts and Media
2008
Softcover, 91 pages, 100 images
Images in this exhibition were produced by 20 photographers, whose work is included in the collection of the Institute for Arts & Media at California State University Northridge. There subjects range from such personalities as Dr. Luther Ding and Cesar Chavez to the ground crew at the Enterprise School District. Also included in their works of art are communities from the San Fernando Valley to the mountains of Columbia and the jungles of Chiapas, Mexico. We see such events as the Los Angeles celebration of V.E. Day and Valley State College football games.  Musicians, entertainers, politicians, civil rights leaders, authors, and artists of note as well as the everyday events that make up the tapestry of life in Los Angeles are depicted in this exhibition. Featured photographers include: Harry Adams, David Blumenkrantz, Herb Carleton, Roland Charles, Ringo Chui, Emmon Clarke, William Claxton, Richard Cross, Guy Crowder, Jack Davis, Bob Douglas, Joe Flowers, Maxie Floyd, Bill Harvey, Calvin Hicks, James Jeffrey, John Kouns, Bob Moore, Augustine Tabares, Jason Warner, and Charles Williams.

 

 

“Images of America: African Americans in Los Angeles” by Dr. Karin L. Stanford and the Institute for Arts & Media, California State University, Northridge
2010
Softcover, 200 vintage photos, 128 pages
To Order:
ISBN-13: 978-07385-8094-4
ISBN-10: 0-7385-8094-5
online ordering
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Harry Adams: Camera & Community

 

Harry Adams: Camera & Community
1997
Softcover, 18 pages, 14 images
The photographs of Harry Adams were seen for thirty years on the pages of the California Eagle and the Los Angeles Sentinel. He also photographed for any number of churches, social organizations, and private clients, amassing a collection of nearly on-half million images. Harry was probably one of the best-known people in the community. He and his camera were and omnipresent part of social life from 1955-1985.

 

Camera & Community: A Celebration by Guy R. Crowder

 

Camera & Community: A Celebration by Guy R. Crowder
1993
Softcover, 21 pages, 23 images
Guy Crowder’s images reflect a vision and reality that is rarely seen in one place. Few people have been privileged enough to have been so close to the heartbeat of their community as Crowder. But proximity alone is not enough. These images, since the 1960s, perceived and recorded by Crowder without artifice or embellishment – with straightforward intelligence and clarity – become a celebration of that very community. He and his collection of camera have been seen chronicling political, social, and athletic events in Los Angeles for more than 25 year.

 

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