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Frequently Asked Questions

What does the word “Project” mean?
A project refers to a photographic shoot or assignment. A project was determined, whenever possible, by Maynard Parker’s own labeling on his negative envelopes. Most (but not all) projects consist of photographs of a single house or building.


Are there digital images for everything in the archive?
No. Less than ten percent of the archive has been scanned. However, we continually add digital images as available.


What can I do if a project does not have any digital images?
To see materials for which there are no digital images, contact: echase@huntington.org or jwatts@huntington.org


What if I want to use an image in my publication or on my website?
The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens holds copyright to all Maynard L. Parker works. It is a violation of copyright law to use images from the collection without permission. To request permission please put your request in writing to echase@huntington.org. Use fees may apply depending on the scope of your project.


Where can I get a more information about the archive?
You can view the Maynard L. Parker finding aid on the Online Archive of California by following this link.


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