The Thomas Mann Archives at ETH Library Zurich
The images are divided into three different types:
- The copyright has expired: the images are in the public domain and can be used without restriction. The images bear the public domain mark and can be used freely for academic, private, non-commercial and commercial purposes.
- ETH Library holds the usage rights: the images can be used freely for academic, private, non-commercial and commercial purposes, provided the correct photo credits are indicated, and shared under the same conditions in the event of changes. The photo credits are located in the image information. The images are licensed under Creative Commons BY-SA 4.0.
- ETH Library does not hold the usage rights: these images cannot be downloaded and any usage requires the written consent of the rights holders. Contact information for usage requests is provided in the “Request use” field.
ETH Library does not accept any liability for copyright infringements.
For publication, the correct photo credits must be indicated for every image document. The photo credits are located in the image information. For the publication of image documents from the Thomas Mann Archives, we kindly ask for a free specimen copy to be supplied to the archives.
If an image is mistakenly presented on the database without the consent of the rights holder, the Thomas Mann Archives ask you to get in touch.
Responsibility for compliance with the copyright provisions in the event of re-use lies with the users. ETH Library does not accept any liability for the misuse of digital documents or damages caused through the use or absence of information from this service. The users exempt ETH Library as the operator of the Thomas-Mann-Archiv Online image catalogue on the platform ETH E-Pics from any claims resulting from the violation of copyrights or other intellectual property rights.
For images of people, the users must obtain permission from the living people depicted prior to use. ETH Library accepts no liability whatsoever for the violation of personality rights of any people depicted.