021 Photography for publication, letter from Alexander Girard to William D. Chambers

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Title

021 Photography for publication, letter from Alexander Girard to William D. Chambers

Description

Letter explains normal practices in design publications for handling photography costs and requesting right of approval on articles before publication.

Date

1974/05/02

Rights

In Copyright
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Language

English

Type

text

Identifier

C0001_Ia_B01_f03_021

Coverage

301 Washington Street (Columbus, Ind.)

Is Part Of

301 Washington Street Collection (C0001), Series I. Subseries a., Box 1 Folder 3, Columbus Indiana Architectural Archives, BCPL Archives, Bartholomew County Public Library, Columbus, IN; 301 Washington Street: Cornerstone of Columbus, Indiana (digital collection).

Bibliographic Citation

Photography for publication, letter from Alexander Girard to William D. Chambers, 5/2/1974, 1/3, 301 Washington Street Collection (C0001), Columbus Indiana Architectural Archives, BCPL Archives, Bartholomew County Public Library, Columbus, IN.

Provenance

Bartholomew County Public Library

Text Item Type Metadata

Text

Typewritten document.
Typewritten text:
ALEXANDER GIRARD P.O. BOX 2168 0 SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO 87501 0 505-983-6759
May 2, 1974
Mr. William Chambers
Irwin Management Company, Inc.
301 Washington Street
Columbus, Indiana 47201
Dear Bill:
There is no hard and fast rule regarding who pays for photography.
Presumably, the owner is interested in receiving publicity for his property.
Or, conversely, he may not be interested in receiving publicity for special reasons.
Publications rarely pay for photography expenses as they have no budget for it.
Architects and designers are in the same boat!
I believe that the photographs for the original published articles on Mr. Miller‘s office were furnished by the client.
I suggest you review the subject with George Newlin. I believe that we would have no problem reviewing photographs and texts for publication.
It would be a good idea to make a list of NO-NO’s regarding texts for publication.
AHG /dm

Citation

Girard, Alexander, “021 Photography for publication, letter from Alexander Girard to William D. Chambers,” BCPL Archives, accessed August 10, 2020, https://bcplarchives.omeka.net/items/show/36.