Brown_lady.jpg(300 × 345 pixels, file size: 22 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg)

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Non-free media information and use rationale for Ghost
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Source

Historical image, Brown Lady Ghost photo. Originally taken in 1936 by Captain Hubert C. Provand (Indre Shire Inc.), and published in the magazine 'Countrylife' in the same year. This version downloaded from about.com, 2/22/2010. No information available about original image size, though this version is unlikely to be a high-quality reproduction. The image has been replicated freely in numerous locations (on the internet, in paper media, and on recorded media such as tv shows), but its copyright status (despite being over 70 years old) cannot currently be determined.

Article

Ghost

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Single Photo

Low resolution?

Yes

Purpose of use

This image is used to illustrate an article on a topic closely related to the primary subject of this image, Furthermore this image is being used because it contains many elements iconic to the subject. Additionally the image used is famous in its own right. This image is to be used on the ghost article, as a famous ghost photograph. No adequate, clearly free substitute for this particular image is currently available.

Replaceable?

Given the unique and unrepeatable nature of the image shown, it would be practically impossible to provide a free replacement. Although many claimed 'spirit' photographs exist, the example used here is inconic and use of an alternate image would run the risk of not meeting the purpose stated.

Other information

Despite the inclusion of this image, no claim is made as to the credibility or authenticity of the image or the subject it is alleged to show.

Fair useFair use of copyrighted material in the context of Ghost//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Brown_lady.jpg
Non-free media information and use rationale for Brown Lady of Raynham Hall
Description
Source

Historical image, Brown Lady Ghost photo. Originally taken in 1936 by Captain Hubert C. Provand (Indre Shire Inc.), and published in the magazine 'Countrylife' in the same year. This version downloaded from about.com, 2/22/2010. No information available about original image size, though this version is unlikely to be a high-quality reproduction. The image has been replicated freely in numerous locations (on the internet, in paper media, and on recorded media such as tv shows), but its copyright status (despite being over 70 years old) cannot currently be determined.

Article

Brown Lady of Raynham Hall

Portion used

Single Photo

Low resolution?

Yes

Purpose of use

This image is used to illustrate an article entirely based on the primary subject of this image. The article is entirely about this image. Furthermore this image is being used because it contains many elements iconic to the subject. Additionally the image used is famous in its own right. No adequate, clearly free substitute for this particular image is currently available.

Replaceable?

Given the unique and unrepeatable nature of the image shown, it would be practically impossible to provide a free replacement. Although many claimed 'spirit' photographs exist, the example used here is inconic and use of an alternate image would run the risk of not meeting the purpose stated.

Other information

Despite the inclusion of this image, no claim is made as to the credibility or authenticity of the image or the subject it is alleged to show.

Fair useFair use of copyrighted material in the context of Brown Lady of Raynham Hall//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Brown_lady.jpg

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current03:09, 14 August 2012Thumbnail for version as of 03:09, 14 August 2012300 × 345 (22 KB)RenamedUser01302013 (talk | contribs)Image reduced to 300px.
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