Re: Adaptged material for use in a Proposal:

From: H. Federow <hfederow[_at_]u.washington.edu>
Date: Mon, 23 Sep 1996 22:20:34 -0700 (PDT)

On Sat, 21 Sep 1996 SISSEN[_at_]delphi.com wrote:
>
> I've requested persmission from several sources for use of
> information (I've adapted, in part) in a book I'm working on
> on health. However, the original material was published some
> time ago--it's taking time to track down "merged" publishers--
> so the "permissions" process is slow. In the meantime, I'm
> getting ready to submit my Proposal; may I use some of the
> adapted illustrations in the Proposal with notation that
> "Permissions" are being sought? (Of course, I could, but I
> want to impress potential publishers with my regard for such
> matters).

Probably you can, this would likely be considered a fair use. Just an observation, though, you will have to secure permissions as part of the publication process.

Harold Federow
<hfederow[_at_]u.washington.edu> Received on Tue Sep 24 1996 - 05:23:49 GMT

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