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All rights reserved. The journal entries contained in this blog are part of the I. N. Carr Papers, Ms132, Special Collections, State Historical Society of Iowa, 402 Iowa avenue, Iowa City, Iowa, 52240-1806, (319) 335-3916.  They may not be reproduced or used in any manner whatsoever without the express written permission of the State Historical Society of Iowa.  You must request a “Permission to Publish Manuscripts” form and abide by the following conditions:

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5 thoughts on “Copyright Notice”

  1. Carole: I am compiling a book about the 15th Illinois Infantry with the Polo IL Historical Society. I would like to include information from your diary entries from June 10 & 11, 1865 regarding the sinking of the Express steamer. The 15th were also on the Nora that Isaac was on. Please let me know how you would like me to word the credit. Thank you so much!

    1. Hi Kathy, Thanks for getting in touch.

      Please use the following: Carole Carr Magnuson,In His Own Words: Isaac Newton Carr, 1836-1923; https://cmkinhuntercm.wordpress.com; original journal papers reside at the Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs Research Center, 402 Iowa Avenue, Iowa City, Iowa, 52240.

      It’s a long one, but I don’t hold the originals, so the research center must get credit, too.

      Let me know when your book is published.

      Carole

      1. Hi Kathy,

        I erred when I gave you permission to use Isaac’s journal entries in your book. It was not my place to do so. You must obtain permission in writing directly from the State Historical Society of Iowa. I am sorry for any inconvenience, but we must do what is right according to the law. I would be remiss if I didn’t pass this information along to you.

        Please contact them at your earliest convenience. Thank you.

        Carole

  2. Kathy,

    I’ve updated all of my pages with the information required by the State Historical Society of Iowa. Please check out the “Copyright Page” for further information. I also received the “Permission to Publish Manuscripts” form to complete, which I have done and mailed to the Society. I can send you a digital copy so that you can request permission to use Isaac’s words in your book. If you would send me your email address, I can get it to you quickly.

    Thanks,
    Carole

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All rights reserved. The journal entries contained in this blog are part of the I. N. Carr Papers, Ms132, Special Collections, State Historical Society of Iowa, 402 Iowa Avenue, Iowa City, Iowa, 52240-1806, (319) 335-3916. They may not be reproduced or used in any manner whatsoever without the express written permission of the State Historical Society of Iowa. Please see the “Conditions for Reproduction” on the copyright page for guidance before using the material contained on this site. Information in these posts is taken from Isaac's journals and speeches written between 1861 and 1923. If you had ancestors who lived in Washington County, Iowa, they might be mentioned in Isaac's diary. Try searching for them in the search box, below. Use spelling variations in your search as names were often spelled differently.

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