Re: Copyright 1900 letter and also
Nov 27, 1996 04:45 AM
by Patrick Alessandra Jr.
> > Then you should obtain his written permission to claim copyright in his
> > work. He has not posted anything via e-mail - YOU have. Good grief.
> > Go get an education. [I am *very* angry about this].
As it has now been demonstrated that the letter is in the public
domain (rather than just published in several places) then, of course,
it is unnecessary to attach a copyright notice. Civilized discussion
always leads to solution.
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