Midterm

Hettich, Hazel .“Hettich, Hazel, 1919-; Navy boot camp graduation class, women only.” Digital Collections, James G. Gee Library, Texas A&M University-Commerce. 1945. [Fair Use]

This photo is fair use because of the fact it follows both of the rules about fair trade. It follows the first rule because it is being transformed so that it is not a direct copy of the original image. And it also follows the second rule is that it is being used appropriately and it is not being over used to provide information and insight on my project.

Payne, Harold. “Payne’s Punch Packers.” Digital Collections, James G. Gee Library, Texas A&M University-Commerce. 1944. [Fair Use]

This photo is fair use because my use of it follows the rules of fair use. It was transformed a bit to fit my project. But at the same time it is not being used with the same intent it did when it was first put on the website. And it is receiving the proper credit it deserves without being over used.

“ Group Portrait, Circa Early 1900s.”East Texas Normal College. Digital Collections. James G. Gee Library, Texas A&M University-Commerce. Circa 1900s. [Fair Use]

This photo is following the rules of fair use when being used in my project. It follows the first rule of fair use by being able to be transformed while not being a direct copy of the message of the photo. It also was being used properly and had credit.

“Student Body c. 1920s.” East Texas State Normal College. Digital Collections, James G. Gee Library, Texas A&M University-Commerce. c. 1920s. [Fair Use]

The use of this photo follows the rules of fair use.It follows the first rule of fair use in my project because I used the photo to help get my story across.And it also received the credit and was used properly without being overused.

Dickey, Richard. “Dickey, F. Richard, 1923-; Separation Qualification Record” Digital Collections, James G. Gee Library-WWII Digital Collection, Texas A&M University-Commerce. 1945. [Fair Use]

This photo follows the rules of fair use in my project.The first rule was followed by the photo being used properly to convey the message of the project without stealing from the original source. The second rule was followed because it was not over used.

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