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Photocopy Requests for Archival and Manuscript Documents

The search feature on our website allows you to identify specific documents in our collections that will aid in your research. With an exact citation from our website, LancasterHistory.org can provide a photocopy or low-resolution color PDF of documents from our Manuscript Groups.

The reproduction rate for photocopies/PDFs is $.50 per page, which includes postage/email. There is a $10.00 service fee ($5.00 for members) for up to 50 pages. For large orders, there will be a $10.00 fee for each additional 50 pages.

For reproductions of historic Lancaster County government records, please see Photocopy Requests for Lancaster County Government Documents.

When submitting a photocopy request for specific items, please provide as much citation information as possible, including a link to the URL of the document(s) you find on our website. For example:

Dr. Elizabeth Bricker Collection, MG-36

Box 1, Folder 1, Insert 1 Letter to Nina Bricker and Opal Bricker answering inquiry of 20 October 1962. Gives history of the Bricker family. http://www.lancasterhistory.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=190:the-dr-elizabeth-bricker-collection-1733-1954-mg-36&catid=37:manuscript-groups&Itemid=57

 

Requests that require research will be referred to our Research Services. For example: “I would like to know more about the Bricker family.”

 

You will be contacted to confirm that the document(s) can be copied or scanned and inform you of the cost to reproduce the requested document(s). Some materials may have copyright restrictions. Only 25% of a manuscript group may be photocopied.

Please send your request, with contact information, to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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