VICTOR & CORA ANDERSON ARCHIVES
The Victor and Cora Anderson Archives (V&CAA) exists to:
Unless contracted otherwise, all material and artifacts acquired by the V&CAA shall become the permanent and sole property of the New Alexandrian Library (NAL). Copyright of acquisitions will be handled on an individual basis. It is the researcher’s responsibility to obtain copyright clearance from the copyright holder to publish.
General V&CAA guidelines to upholding individual copyrights are:
It is the researcher’s responsibility to obtain copyright clearance to publish.
All material and artifacts acquired by the V&CAA shall remain with the NAL until such time as it is deemed no longer relevant to the archives. In such a case, the material will be deaccessioned. The deaccession of material requires the full and written approval of the Archives Board. Deaccessioning procedure will be carefully recorded and will be retained in the archives’ records.
The archives will accept new acquisitions on an ongoing basis, after a full review. New acquisitions require the full and written approval of the Archives Board. New acquisitions may include, but are not limited to written records; photographs, sound recordings; oral history tapes; artifacts and digital records. The archives can only accept new material on a permanent basis, either as a gift, purchase or permanent loan.
All materials and artifacts from the archives must remain within the premises of the NAL. Established Pagan institutions and organizations that wish to borrow from the archives must undergo strict review. These institutions and organizations must provide proof of insurance. Such loans require the full and written approval of the Archives Board.
The Archives Board shall periodically review its policies and reserves the right to change procedure according to new information, technologies, and laws.
Victor and Cora Anderson Archives