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Use, Access, and Permissions

The SOHP appreciates your feedback on the ways in which you are using our interview materials, for both non-commercial and commercial use. If you are seeking permission to use SOHP materials commercially, this form is required. Questions marked with an asterisk (*) are required by all to submit the form.
  • Indicate relevant individual interview numbers and/or interview series. Adhere to the SOHP's naming and numbering convention. For example: R-0351, K-0568, Series U.16. You may include links.
  • For commercial use, you must seek written permission from the SOHP. See below.
  • Select all that apply.
  • Please provide further explanation as to how, where, and to what extent you are using the interview materials with regard to the above question. For example: For a high school history lesson on civil rights, students will be asked to read and listen to an interview of their choice and use the content during an in-class discussion.
  • Interview with [interviewee name] by [interviewer name], [interview date] [interview number], in the Southern Oral History Program Collection #4007, Southern Historical Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
  • For more information on copyright, contact the U.S. Copyright Office (http://www.loc.gov/copyright/).
  • Required for commercial use. Failure to do so will result in refusal to grant permission.
  • Please indicate your name, telephone number, and a physical and/or email address where the SOHP can reach you in the case of seeking written permission. Required for commercial use. Failure to do so will result in refusal to grant permission.