Price List for Library Services




     Black & White $0.50
     Color $1.00




up to 600 dpi $30.00
up to 1200 dpi $50.00


up to 600 dpi $50.00
up to 1200 dpi $70.00

All Others:

up to 600 dpi $75.00
up to 1200 dpi $95.00



     File Transfer Protocol (FTP) $10.00
     CD (supplied by client) $10.00
     Shipping & Handling (on mailed orders) $10.00 (or actual cost, whichever is higher)


Please note: Normal turnaround time for orders is up to 7 working days. For rush service add 100% to total charge.


For onsite orders:


Please follow these procedures when requesting reproductions:

  1. Please do not remove materials from folders.

  2. Place a paper strip (available from librarian) on top of the item to be copied.

  3. If requesting pages from a publication, write the page number(s) on the strip.

  4. Write any special copying instructions on the strip marking the item.

  5. For your records, please note source and credit information.**


** Research fees may apply if MP+D is requested to provide this information in the future


Other terms:


Fees for publication or broadcast of material for which MP+D controls the rights or owns copyright are separate from reproduction fees. Please contact Kirsten Tanaka,


Paid research service may be available to assist remote researchers. Please contact the MP+D Librarian Kirsten Tanaka to discuss prices and project. 


Payment required in advance.  All payments should be made out to MP+D. U.S. bank check or money order, USPS money order. VISA, MasterCard accepted.


MP+D owns many unique, rare and/or fragile materials. To ensure the long-term preservation of these items and to reduce the risk of materials being misplaced, all copying is done by MP+D. Some items may be judged too fragile to be copied.


Copies are made available solely for the reference use of the applicant. In making copies available, MP+D does not grant permission to reproduce or quote extensively for publication or broadcast.  MP+D possesses physical property rights through its ownership of materials. Copyright, however, often resides either with the creator or his/her heirs and must be secured by the researcher prior to publication or broadcast.