Author Topic: Alexander Campbell Leah Davidson Passaic New Jersey  (Read 786 times)

Offline RJ137

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Re: Alexander Campbell Leah Davidson Passaic New Jersey
« Reply #9 on: Monday 23 October 17 13:07 BST (UK) »
The daughter Jessie Campbell married William B. Taylor. She died 15/16 Oct. 1921.

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Jessie Taylor -obits

The Paterson Morning Call
Tuesday Oct. 18, 1921

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The Paterson Morning Call
Wednesday Oct. 19, 1921

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The Paterson Morning Call
Monday Oct. 17, 1921

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Public Domain

In the United States, anything published on or before December 31, 1922 is considered to be in the Public Domain, which means that it is not protected under copyright, and no copyright permission is needed to copy, digitize, or use the publication in any way. With the wealth of newspapers published before 1923, we have focused our digitization efforts primarily on Public Domain content first, making as much of this content available as possible while avoiding the extensive research that’s often needed to determine the copyright status of post-1922 publications.

Traditionally, works fall into the Public Domain 75 years from the first date of publication. However, the Sonny Bono Copyright Term Extension Act of 1998 essentially froze the Public Domain cutoff date at Dec. 31, 1922 until 2019, at which point works published in 1923 and beyond will start to fall into the Public Domain on a rolling basis. So, newspapers published in 1923 will be in the Public Domain in 2019, papers published in 1924 will join the Public Domain in 2020, and so on. (That is, unless another Act is passed freezing the cutoff date yet again…)
https://odnp.uoregon.edu/2014/04/01/copyright-and-historic-newspapers/


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Re: Alexander Campbell Leah Davidson Passaic New Jersey
« Reply #10 on: Monday 23 October 17 13:17 BST (UK) »
The daughter Jessie Campbell married William B. Taylor. She died 15/16 Oct. 1921.

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Jessie Taylor -obits

The Paterson Morning Call
Tuesday Oct. 18, 1921

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The Paterson Morning Call
Wednesday Oct. 19, 1921

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The Paterson Morning Call
Monday Oct. 17, 1921

Attachments removed due to copyright issues ~ moderator

Works in the public domain may be used freely without the permission of the former copyright owner.”3

The articles you can use without worrying include:
     • Articles published before 1923. This is the easy case. Any news article published in the United States before 1923 is in the public domain and you can reprint or republish it in any form you’d like without any copyright concerns at all.
     • Articles published between 1923 and 1977 without a copyright notice. For this time frame, if there wasn’t a copyright notice in the newspaper, it’s in the public domain. But you need to make sure there really wasn’t a notice. That means looking carefully at copies of the entire newspaper for at least a few dates at regular intervals during the period from which you want to use articles to see whether there is a copyright notice anywhere in the newspaper.

http://www.legalgenealogist.com/2012/03/19/copyright-the-newspaper-article/

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Re: Alexander Campbell Leah Davidson Passaic New Jersey
« Reply #11 on: Monday 23 October 17 18:31 BST (UK) »
Thank you for looking Sandra I haven't had any luck pinpointing Agnes either.