Alexander Hamilton: The Man Who Made Modern America

Guidelines for Use of Publicity Images

Because of strict permissions agreements with institutions lending images for the exhibition, only Alexander Hamilton tour libraries are authorized to use these images in their publicity. However, libraries may authorize newspapers and other media to use the images for exhibit publicity only.

  • The use of these images is restricted to noncommercial or educational activities and promotion of the Alexander Hamilton exhibition at the specified library venues hosting the exhibit. This use should occur only during the time period for which the library is scheduled to host the exhibit or for advance publicity. Resale or commercial use of any image for profit in another publication, edition, format, or language is prohibited. Images may not be used for publicity for programs involving fundraising.

  • A copy of all publicity materials using any of these images must be provided to the Public Programs Office with the library's final report for the exhibition.

  • Libraries may not reformat, redesign or otherwise alter the images, nor re-use the images in other products not associated with the exhibit, nor allow others to use them (except for media outlets). Libraries may print color images in black-and-white.

  • All images must be accompanied by the credits provided with the image. The use of accompanying explanatory captions is strongly encouraged.

  • In the event of violation of these conditions, the sponsors of Alexander Hamilton reserve the right to terminate a participating library's use of the exhibition.

  • Libraries are liable for damages, claims, suits or other legal proceedings arising from or attributed to violation of third party rights resulting from any unauthorized creation, use, display, or modification of advertising or publicity materials relating to the exhibit.