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Please allow up to 6 weeks to receive a response to reproduction requests. Urgent requests cannot as a rule be given priority. For material preservation among other reasons applying to specific cases, use of digital cameras or other reprographic equipment in the library must be approved by Northwestern University Library staff.
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