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We encourage visitors to use the images and text on this website for non-commercial, educational purposes, such as lesson plans and school reports, under the following conditions:

  • acknowledge both the Newberry Library and the Out of Many exhibit as the source (but not in any way that suggests the Newberry endorses you or your use of the work)
  • include appropriate citation of images and text using the data provided on this website and the Newberry online catalog record, which is linked through each item’s call number

We recognize fair use for copyrighted materials, but otherwise no license, copyright claim, or use permission should be presumed. If you would like to order reproductions of Newberry images here, or obtain permission to publish them elsewhere, please contact:

Department of Digital Initiatives and Services
Newberry Library | 60 West Walton Street | Chicago, IL 60610
email: photoduplication@newberry.org

Users assume all responsibility for obtaining permission to use copyrighted materials from the site and for invasion of privacy and rights of publicity that may arise in using materials.

To cite images and text found on the this website, we suggest the followig formats:

  1. "Healthier Workrooms! Clean Streets! Open Schools! BEtter Factories" flyer c. 1910. Graham Taylor Papers, MS Midwest Manuscript Taylor, box 55, folder 2410, from Out of Many: Religious Pluralism in America, (Newberry Library, 2013), http://publications.newberry.org/outofmany/items/show/7, accessed [put date you viewed the item online].
  2. Louis Wirth, The Ghetto (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1928), 33, from Out of Many: Religious Pluralism in America, (Newberry Library, 2013), http://publications.newberry.org/outofmany/items/show/4, accessed [put date you viewed the item online].
  3. "Studio of Jose C.," photo courtsey of Polly Hover, from Out of Many: Religious Pluralism in America, (Newberry Library, 2013), http://publications.newberry.org/outofmany/items/show/67, accessed [put date you viewed the item online].

To cite an entire digital collection or a portion of the text therein, we suggest, 

  1. Christopher D. Cantwell and Daniel Greene, "Faith in the City: Religion and Urban Life in Chicago, 1870-1920," from Out of Many: Religious Pluralism in America (Newberry Library, 2013), http://publications.newberry.org/outofmany/exhibits/show/faithinthecity, accessed [put date you viewed the item online].