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Re: Scheel Papers----- was organizational history (Aaron Dvoskin)
A couple of years ago, Susan Stacy worked up a great logo for the 1999 AKA
convention including the classic Scheel photo of his dueling bivs. We
inquired of TFH as to whether they had any quarrel with our using that
photo. They didn't. Furthermore, they had no idea of how to reach the Scheel
family. We asked around, but didn't exhaustively pursue the issue in Europe.
Scheel passed away, while in retirement in southern France 11 years ago.
Perhaps a French browser of this list - or a Scandinavian reader, Scheel was
Danish - would be able to help us locate any next of kin.
The TFH contract on pictures (as I remember from several years ago) is for
a non-exclusive right to use the photos - meaning they could use them as
often as they wanted, but the photographer was welcome to use them
elsewhere. That is why, for instance, a stunning Aaron Norman shot of
displaying Lamprichthys tanganicanus has been featured both on the cover of
FAMA and in later TFH.
> On the matter of publishing the Scheel's Killie-letters, it should be
> that Scheel himself writes in the KL no. 10 (06-1965);
> "I am however informed, that the AKA (.......) will print the KL 1-8 this
> year, and that they will distribute the copies to their members."
> - so he accepted that his Killi-letters was reprinted (in fact he
> quite a few photocopies himself). So, as I see it, there should not be any
> problems in publishing them again.
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