Photograph courtesy of University

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What does it mean "Photograph courtesy of an University"?
 

berkeman

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Can you give some context? What photograph? Which university? Maybe the picture of a famous person is on loan from the university where it was taken and framed?
 

epenguin

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What does it mean "Photograph courtesy of an University"?
I have never heard of such a thing, possibly it exist somewhere. In a University somewhere perhaps, but I have never heard of an University.
 

DrClaude

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I guess you mean something like "Photograph courtesy of University X". It means that the copyright of the photograph belongs to University X and permission has been granted to reproduce it in the work you are reading.
 

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