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Image Rights & Reproductions


Unidentified maker. Harriet Tubman at home and her friends. Residents of the Home for the Aged and Indigent Negroes. Auburn, N.Y., 1887. Albumen silver print. George Eastman Museum, gift of Donald K. Weber. 1997.1826.0001


Lori Nix (American, b. 1969). Salvazana, 2002. Chromogenic development print, printed 2005. George Eastman Museum, gift of Lori Nix. © Lori Nix. 2005.0625.0002


James Jowers (American, 1939–2009). Tompkins Square Park, 1967. Gelatin silver print. George Eastman Museum, gift of the photographer. 2007.0274.0056


Unidentified maker. Grandmother of Wallis Warfield Simpson, when a young woman, ca. 1850. Daguerreotype with applied color. George Eastman Museum, purchase. 1969.0201.0041


Fred (artist) Money. Kodak poster, ca. 1930. Color lithograph. George Eastman Museum, purchase: Equipment Acquisitions Reserved Fund. 1985.1161.0001

Digital images of objects in the George Eastman Museum collection are available for research and publication. 

As a scholar, publisher, or arts professional, consider these advantages of using images from the Eastman Museum's world-renowned collection in your next publication or project:

  • You acquire images ethically sourced from original artifacts and digitized in-house to produce pristine high-resolution files.
  • You have access to the object's provenance and historical context, which will inform your research and decision-making.
  • The George Eastman Museum is a nonprofit institution. When you collaborate with us, you support our ongoing efforts to care for and broaden access to our collection.

Browse our ever-growing Collections Online and contact Lauren Lean, digital asset coordinator, for permission and high-resolution image files.


Lauren Lean
Digital Asset Coordinator
George Eastman Museum
(585) 327-4941


Members of the press interested in images for media use should visit the museum’s press room.