Downloading high-resolution images
All entries in our Archive catalogue with an attached digital image include a "Download image" button to the right of the page. Clicking on this will take you to a screen with a link to the high-resolution version of this image in our Shop. High-resolution images cost £10.00. Friends of the Mills Archive are able to download five high-resolution images in every 30-day period free of charge. The "Download image" button also appears next to entries with an attached PDF file; however these are not available in the Shop as they can be viewed free of charge on the catalogue. See more information about downloading images from the catalogue.
Please note that the size of the high-resolution image will vary. Usually it will be significantly larger than the version which can be viewed on the catalogue, but occasionally this will not be so. In a small number of cases we are unable to sell high-resolution copies of an image for copyright reasons. The high-resolution versions of the images may also be viewed free of charge in our reading room.
Visiting the Archive
Visitors to the archive are permitted to photograph items themselves. We charge non-Friends £10.00 for a licence to take up to 20 photographs. Friends may take unlimited photographs free of charge. Flash photography is forbidden. We may ask to be given copies of the resulting images.
We can also make scans of material on your behalf. We charge £10 per scan. The scan is then emailed to you within 1 week of your visit, although we will endeavour to send the scan(s) to you as quickly as possible.
Permission must be obtained from the Mills Archive for reproduction of material in the Archive in publications. We do not own the copyright of all the material in the Archive, so we cannot guarantee that we will be able to grant permission for items to be reproduced. A copyright acknowledgment will be required whenever the image is reproduced. The copyright fee for private individuals is £50.00 for each high-resolution image. Commercial rates are available on application. The copyright fee may be waived or reduced at the discretion of the Trustees and details are available of the categories of use and user which would qualify. To request permission to reproduce an image please use the contact form.