Reproducing Archival Material

Archives & Special Collections offers several options to researchers who wish to reproduce archival material. Textual records and photographs may be photocopied or scanned. Photographs may also be sent to the University's Media Production Group for reprints. Video and audio recordings may also be duplicated by Media Production Group. Regular delivery time varies with the complexity of assignments, size of order and exisitng work load.  It is recommended that orders be placed well in advance since work is generally completed in order of receipt.  Rush orders will be accepted only when it is possible to handle them.  All reproduction requests must adhere to copyright and privacy legislation. For assistance please phone Archives & Special Collections at (204) 474-9986 or email archives@umanitoba.ca.

Reproduction Costs

Photocopying:

  • Done by researcher - 10 cents per copy (copy card or change acceptable)
  • Done by staff - 25 cents per copy

Scanning:

  • Done by researcher - no charge (CDs and DVDs are available at the Archives for purchase for $5.00)
  • Done by staff - $2.50 for set up; $1.00 for each scan; $5.00 for CD/DVD and to burn images to CD/DVD
  • Oversized materials (larger than 11" x 17") - $5.00/scan for University of Manitoba students, staff, faculty and alumni; $20.00/scan for other clients; no charge to burn to DVDs

Reprints of Photographs:

  • 4 x 6 - $10.25 + tax
  • 5 x 7 - $14.50 + tax
  • 8 x 10 - $19.50 + tax
  • 11 x 14 - $24.50 + tax

Duplication of Video and Audio Recordings:

  • Contact Archives & Special Collections staff

Commercial Usage Fee

  • An addtional $20.00 will be charged if your reproductions will be used for commercial purposes.

* We are currently experiencing techincal difficulties with our electronic Requisition Form.  Please email archives@umanitoba.ca directly with any reproduction requests.

To order reproductions, please complete the electronic Requisition Form, or e-mail us being sure to include the same information. Be sure to make a copy for yourself so you can keep track of what you've ordered.  You will be invoiced following the completion of your order.