Do you want to own a piece of history? Order your very own print of a photograph from the Teenie Harris Archive. Images are also available for research and publication.
How do I begin?
Select one or more images from the exhibition Teenie Harris, Photographer: An American Story, or search for other prints on the Carnegie Museum of Art collections search (be sure to check "Charles 'Teenie' Harris Archive collection" when searching). You may either fill out the electronic order form or submit a letter to the Rights and Reproductions Coordinator. Please include the accession number of the image and the title. Please specify whether you are interested in a black-and-white print or a digital file. See fee schedule for materials fees for each image format.
In addition, please be specific about the purposes for which the image will be used: study, in book text, cover art for a publication, scholarly journal, etc. For publications, include the publisher's name and address, title and author, publication date, print run, languages, and distribution. Reproduction fees vary depending on use.
What happens next?
You will receive a form reflecting the cost for the photographic materials that you have requested and any applicable reproduction fees. This is your invoice and your contract with the museum. By signing and returning this form with payment, you indicate that you understand and agree to the terms of the contract and to the museum's general conditions for reproduction.
How long will it take for my order to be processed?
Please allow 3–4 weeks processing time with regular service. Rush service within two weeks is available for most orders, for an additional fee.
For more information, please contact:
Coordinator of Rights and Reproductions
Carnegie Museum of Art
4400 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213-4080