|Call Number/Catalog Number||DCPL Wash Evening Star|
|Title||Evening Star Photographs|
|Collection-level Call Number/Catalog Number||DCPL Wash|
|Collection||DCPL Washingtoniana Collection at HSW|
--Demonstrations in D.C., ca 1946-1981
--Civil Rights in Washington, 1945-1981
--DC politics and civic groups, 1940s-1981
--DC Neighborhoods and architecture (photos arranged under names of churches, schools, stores, streets)
--Politicians (federal and local)
The Washington Post purchased the physical assets of the Washington Star newspaper when it closed in 1981. In 1982, the Post donated photographs, clippings and papers of the Star to the DC Public Library. The Post retained copyright to photographs taken by Star photographers and licensed the library to grant permissions and sell reproductions to library users. Please review information about how to obtain Image Reproductions & Permissions of photographs in this collection. You can review a copy of the permission to publish form.
The library does not have the rights and cannot grant permission for photos in the collection taken by wire services or other photographers. Please consult with the photo librarian on how to obtain permission to publish non-Star staff images.
|Admin/Biographical History||These collections are held by the DC Public Library's Washingtoniana Division; they are temporarily co-located with the Historical Society of Washington, D.C. during the renovation of the MLK Library.|
|Level of description||Series|