How do I request reproductions of photography or audio recording holdings?
The Library has equipment for making electrostatic, and sound recording reproductions of materials in its holdings. Photographic services are available upon request. A current fee schedule for reproduction services is available below. A self-service photocopy machine is available for use by researchers in the research room.

The National Archives sets a standard fee for mail order reproduction services. Please review the reproductions fee schedule below for current fees. Photocopies are sent by regular mail. Advance payment is required for large orders. Alternate shipping arrangements (i.e. FedEx) can be made at the researcher’s expense. When ordering photocopies by mail, researchers should be as specific as possible with regard to their request. The Library staff can neither undertake extensive searches nor segregate items unrelated to a researcher’s topic. The staff will photocopy the entire contents of any folder the researcher cites from a finding aid.

Payment may be made by U.S. postal money order, bank draft, or check, to the Eisenhower Presidential Library. Payment may also be made by VISA, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover (Novus). Remittances received from outside the U.S. must be made by international money orders payable in U.S. dollars or by VISA, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover (Novus).

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1. Who may use the Library's collections?
2. What are the research room hours?
3. How do I prepare for a research visit to the Library?
4. When is the Library open for research?
5. How do I utilize the finding aids to the Library's manuscript collections?
6. What are the research room procedures?
7. Can I use electronic or recording devices in the research room?
8. How do I request reproductions of photography or audio recording holdings?
9. How are records opened for research?
10. What kind of information is restricted?
11. Are travel grants available?
12. What is the Eisenhower Foundation's "Host Committee?"
13. Where can I find local lodging and dining options?
14. How do I cite material from the Library?
15. What is the Brown Bag Lunch Lecture Series?