Access to The Gaye LeBaron Collection
Who is eligible to use the collection?
The collection is a public resource, available to campus and community researchers.
When is the collection accessible?
Access to the collection is by appointment. Call (707) 664-4152 or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are there restrictions to viewing the collection?
No, but when scheduling an appointment, users will be asked to name the topic folders they wish to view. Researchers may request access to three (3) file folders, pre-selected from the Topics list, per appointment.
Are there restrictions to reproducing items from the collection?
Yes, in some cases. The Library owns the items in this collection but the original author and/or publisher of each item holds the copyright. To understand the appropriate use of the material in this collection, visit the copyright page on The Gaye LeBaron Collection web site or ask Library personnel for assistance. For more information, go to Conditions for Using Reproducing and Use of Materials.
Are documents in the collection available online?
Yes, digital versions of selected items from the collection are now available on the web. Additional items are added each week.