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Guide to the Time Inc. Subject Files
1889-2015 (bulk 1934-1993)
 MS 3009-RG 1

New-York Historical Society
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© 2011 New-York Historical Society

Collection processed by Collection processed by Holly Deakyne, Melanie Rinehart, and Samantha Brown

This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit on May 05, 2017
Description is in English using Describing Archives: A Content Standard

Administrative Information

Provenance

Gift of Time Inc. in 2015.

Access Restrictions

Open to qualified researchers with the exception of restricted materials. Restricted materials may include privileged attorney correspondence; student records; medical records; personnel performance evaluations; contracts and agreements; and records with personally identifiable information. Restricted materials are located in boxes R3 to R5. Materials created within the past 35 years also may be subject to restriction on a case-by-case basis.

Use Restrictions

This collection is owned by the New-York Historical Society. The copyright law of the United States governs the making of photocopies and protects unpublished materials as well as published materials. Unpublished materials created before January 1, 1978 cannot be quoted in publication without premission of the copyright holder.

Preferred Citation Note

This record group should be cited as Time Inc. Subject Files (MS 3009.RG 1), The New-York Historical Society.

Related Archival Materials Note

This finding aid relates to just one record group of the Time Inc. Records. For information about the other records groups and overall information about the archives, please see the Guide to the Time Inc. Records (MS 3009). The collection of books acquired with the records are cataloged as the Time Inc. Reference Library.

Processing Information Note

The Subject Files were processed and described in 2016 by Samantha Brown. The original folders were retained although some documents were transferred to archival containers in instances of overcrowding. Melanie Rinehart and Brown created the inventory and other descriptive notes to produce this finding aid.