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Copyright and Restrictions

Theodore R. Hazen and Pond Lily Mill Restorations is providing access to these materials solely for educational and research purposes. The written permission of the copyright owner and or other rights holders (such as publicity and or privacy rights) is required for distribution, reproduction, or other use of protected items beyond that allowed by fair use or other statutory exemptions. Responsibility for making an independent legal assessment of an item and securing any necessary permissions ultimately rests with persons desiring to use the item.

The concepts, texts, images and drawings that were created for the Pond Lily Mill Restorations Home Page, Old Mill News, Wye Mill, Parks & History Association, and National Park Service folders and publications for Peirce (Pierce) Mill, Virginia's Explore Park, other publications (such as historical restoration reports), and these are "not" considered to be in the public domain. I maintain the full rights for the authorship of any and all materials that I have created that may have appeared in these and other publications. If I grant you permission to use my material that does not mean you have the entitlement right to give that material to others for their use. If fragrant unauthorized usage of my material in published form does not stop, I may require legal documents for each time it is used, or terminate all use of my material entirely.

My children (Jedadiah E. Hazen and Jessicah E. Hazen) who will inherit upon my death full copyright protection of this material. However, occasionally material of a historical nature is copied and used that is in the public domain. It may be necessary to receive permission from the owner any other such material that I have found out on the internet before it can be published. In all cases the courtesy of an acknowledgment is requested if material is used in a publication. Again, users are reminded that it is their responsibility to make an independent legal assessment of an item, and to secure any necessary permissions for any further desired use or reproduction.

For information on Historical American Building Survey (HABS) and Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) documentation, the National Register of Historic Places, Library of Congress, and collecting standards and practices which may inform such an assessment, see information about the Historic American Buildings Survey, and the Historic American Engineering Record from the Cultural Resources and Stewardship and Partnership Program of the National Park Service, and the Library of Congress for their regulations about rights and reproductions.

While Theodore R. Hazen and Pond Lily Mill Restorations is aware of U.S. copyright protection (see Title 17 U.S.C.) or any other restrictions in the HABS/HAER, National Register of Historic Places, Library of Congress materials, the content is protected by copyright law. Additionally, the reproduction of some materials may be restricted by privacy or other rights.

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Credit Line:
Theodore R. Hazen (or Theodore Roosevelt Hazen, Jr., T.R. Hazen, Ted Hazen) is a Master Miller, Millwright, Millstone Dresser; Mill and Milling Consultant, and Molinological Specialist, and to Pond Lily Mill Restorations whose Home Page found at the following url:

And any pages of the Pond Lily Mill Restorations found at the following urls:

For guidance about compiling full citations consult Citing Electronic Sources.

Citing Electronic Sources

No definitive guidelines exist for citing electronic sources. Many groups are discussing the issue and are producing guidelines for review. While there is still variation among the organizations publishing style guides, the researcher can look to the guide favored by the academic discipline for suggested treatment of electronic sources (as published material).

Since variation exists among accepted styles, and different disciplines rely on different style guidelines, it is not possible to give one example of documentation for the digitized materials available on the Pond Lily Mill Restorations web site or any other. I apologize to the owner of any material that I may have used in the creation of these web pages that required prior permission without my knowledge or understanding. It was done solely for public and private educational and research purposes.

Materials available on the Pond Lily Mill Restorations web site may include: maps; photographs: paintings, drawings and measured drawings or plans; special presentations; concepts; original material and texts. Selections from the digitized historical documents are used to solely for educational and research purposes. Therefore, you may download, save, or print one single copy for this use only. Creating multiple copies for distribution (to friends, family, employees (staff), volunteers, and a membership or an elected board of officers, etc.) falls under the guideline for a prior written, or verbal permission request. Since my personal and private collections are not available to be used in a lending library format, I have placed ony a small portion of it on my web site.

Availability of Reproductions

For written permission contact Theodore R. Hazen (or Theodore Roosevelt Hazen, Jr., T.R. Hazen, Ted Hazen) and Pond Lily Mill Restorations. Permission requests are accepted by mail, e-mail, phone and by fax. Please call first before sending a fax.

Tips to Expedite Requests

Include a copy of the material, title and subject of the material, or the url address, if possible.

For Further Information

Theodore R. Hazen and Pond Lily Mill Restorations or

1. U.S. Copyright Office Home Page

2. Copyright Basics.

3. Copyright Law of the United States of America and Related Laws Contained in Title 17 of the United States Code.

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