Copyright and Citation


Using, copying and quoting material from the Guide

This Guide has been created and made freely available on the web for non-commercial purposes on the condition that users who would like to copy or quote material from the Guide attribute it in the ways outlined below. Use of this material for any purpose not covered here will require permission from the relevant museums: the Manuscripts Collection, Pitt Rivers Museum; or the Library, Oxford University Natural History Museum. For further information on copyright and usage see the relevant section below.


How to attribute (cite) material from this Guide

This Guide brings together three different types of content: physical records held by the museums, digital images of records, and text or content written for this Guide. Each of these different types of content has its own citation requirements.


  • When citing records viewed at the Pitt Rivers Museum, The University of Oxford, researchers should use the citation format required by the Museum: [Title or description of item], Pitt Rivers Museum Manuscript Collections, Westlake Papers, Box X, Folder X, Folio [or item etc.] XX.

    For example: Letter to Margaret and Aubrey Westlake from Ernest Westlake, 30 October 1908, Pitt Rivers Museum Manuscript Collections, Westlake Papers, Box 2, Folder 1a, Folio 24.

  • When citing records viewed at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, researchers should use the citation format required by that museum: [Title or description of item], Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Westlake Archive, Box X, Folder X.

    For example: Letter to Aubrey Westlake from Henry Balfour, 7 October 1923, Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Westlake Archive, Box 1, Folder 1.6 (i).

  • When citing or quoting the published Guide, including the Introduction, People and Museum entries, Timelines, Series and Inventory descriptions, and related metadata, an acceptable form would be: Rebe Taylor, with Michael Jones and Gavan McCarthy, Stories in Stone: an annotated history and guide to the collections and papers of Ernest Westlake (1855-1922), The University of Melbourne eScholarship Research Centre, 2012 [URL and date accessed].

    For example: 'Between 1908-1910 Ernest Westlake interviewed many Tasmanians with a range of backgrounds: "publicans, politicians, famers and clergymen - from across the island. Many were elderly, and retained memories of settlement from childhood".' From Rebe Taylor, with Michael Jones and Gavan McCarthy, Stories in Stone: an annotated history and guide to the collections and papers of Ernest Westlake (1855-1922), The University of Melbourne eScholarship Research Centre, 2012. DOMAIN/WEST/testing/serieslist.htm. Date Accessed: 1 February 2012.

  • When citing digital images of records in this Guide, the 'Cite this Image' button (shown below) will generate a citation which can be copied.

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Copyright

Stories in Stone: an annotated history and guide to the collections and papers of Ernest Westlake (1855-1922) has been published by the University of Melbourne's eScholarship Research Centre. Except where otherwise noted, all content is made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Australia License. The content of Stories in Stone can be copied, modified and redistributed if and only if the copied version is made available on the same terms to others, acknowledgement of the relevant creators is included, and the original page is cited.

Copyright for the archival materials themselves is - as with all archival collections - inevitably complex and varies from country to country. Researchers wishing to publish material from this collection in any form will need to seek the appropriate copyright permissions.

The records documented by this guide are held by the Pitt Rivers Museum, The University of Oxford and the Oxford University Museum of Natural History. These museums manage any rights (including moral rights) in all material contained in the Westlake collections.


Published by the The University of Melbourne eScholarship Research Centre and the Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford, August 2010
Listed by Rebe Taylor, with Michael Jones and Gavan McCarthy
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Updated 14 February 2017
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