Questions:Thank you for your interest in the September 11 Digital Archive.
While we are performing maintenance on the Archive, objects may still be submitted to the archive via the web interfaces located at http://911digitalarchive.org/contribute/contribution/. These may not appear on the public website immediately, but will be preserved and made available for research in the future. We are no longer accepting collections of items. For the long term preservation of the Archive, we have partnered with the Library of Congress, which in September 2003 accepted the Archive into its permanent collections - an event that both ensured the Archive's long-term preservation and marked the Library's first major digital acquisition.
Regarding the rights management of materials in the archive, please be aware that the original contributors maintain copyright over all objects. We are no longer able to provide a referral service to secure these rights. If you are interested in using images from the archive, you may use the ones located at http://old.911digitalarchive.org/crr/images/ or http://911digitalarchive.org/galleries.php?collection_id=12596 which are in the public domain.
Paul Michael Gordon has granted permission for anyone to use his film "September 11 Hero Tribute" and we have made it available to download on our website here: http://old.911digitalarchive.org/video/911herotribute.html
The contributor of "America Attacked 9/11" has granted permission to use this work as you wish. You may find a copy of this file available for download here: http://www.911digitalarchive.org/diganimbackup/americaattacked/americaattackedswf.html
If you are looking for information about newscasts from September 11, please visit http://tvnews.vanderbilt.edu/.
For information regarding the Sonic Memorial, please contact The Kitchen Sisters at email@example.com.
For George Mason University, Tom Scheinfeldt, (703) 993-9277;
For City University of New York, Josh Brown, (212) 817-1970.