Services, Fees, and Forms
The University Archives provides research and duplication services for researchers at their request. All researchers requesting duplications of archival material will be required to sign forms stating their agreement with Archives’ policies and procedures prior to receiving copies. The Archives reserves the right to refuse to duplicate any material found in its collections if, in its judgment, duplication could result in damage to the material. Major portions of a collection will not be duplicated for any researcher.
Duplication of material found in the Archives of the University of Notre Dame is a service designed to facilitate research. Reproductions of archival records will be made solely for the personal use of the individual researcher requesting them, and are not to be sold, given away or duplicated in any manner without the prior written permission of the University Archivist. Duplication of material by the Archives does not constitute permission to publish.
The guidelines governing fees for Notre Dame departments may be found in our Archives Services Pricing Policy.
When the Archives receives a reference request, a staff member will spend 15 minutes of research time without charge. If it takes more than 15 minutes of research to answer a question, the requestor will be charged per quarter hour. We will inform the requestor of these charges and ask if we should proceed. If, in the course of this research, we find pertinent documents that can be photocopied, we will copy up to 20 pages without additional charge. If more than 20 pages are found, we will require payment for the additional copies in advance at the usual rate for photocopying. The Archives reserves the right to place an outside limit on the amount of time spent on any individual research request.
Reproduction Fees and Forms
For most photocopies, there is a charge of 25 cents per sheet for the first 20 sheets and 50 cents per sheet thereafter. There is a $5.00 minimum fee for all duplication requests sent by mail.
Copies of calendared documents and microfilm prints are $1.00 per sheet.
All researchers requesting copies of photographs or audio-visual material should first contact the Archives to place an order. A staff member will complete an invoice form and send it to you by email or mail. Once payment is received, we will begin to process your order. It may take several weeks for you to receive your copies. If you are requesting duplications for publication, you will also have to sign the Publication Use Form. If you are requesting duplications for commercial projects regarding the University, you may also need to discuss your project with the University’s Licensing Department. Please contact the Archives for commercial rates.
5x7 $15 8x10 $25 11x14 $35 16x20 $75 20x24 $120 24x30 $140 30x40 $220
*Special services such as mounting and printing on canvas are also available.
Contact the Archives for more information and rates.
High Resolution Scans
High-resolution scans are done in house and cost $20 for each scan. If we send the scans via mail on a CD, a $5 fee per order also applies.
Betacam Tape $100 VHS Tape $25 (copied from video) VHS Tape $50 (copied from film) DVD $50 CD (audio) $40
The University Archives does not lend microfilm out for research. Instead, researchers must visit the Archives to use it or request prints from home. For additional information on the microfilm holdings and how to receive prints or duplicate reels, please click here.
Other Items for Sale
Notre Dame vs. Oklahoma 1952 Football Game
Original game footage highlighted by commentary from Regis Philbin, play calls by Rich Funke, and interviews by players John Lattner, Dan Shannon, Ralph Guglielmi, Tom Carey and Dick Szymanski. Available in VHS or DVD.
Blue for the Union and Green for Ireland:
The Civil War Flags of the 63rd New York Volunteers, Irish Brigade
This short volume is packed with history, analysis, and original documents sure to be of interest to anyone who enjoys the Irish Brigade, the Civil War and its flags, the Irish in America, or the University of Notre Dame. Written by Senior Archivist Peter Lysy and published by the Archives of the University of Notre Dame.
This page was last updated October 7, 2014