- 1895-2006 (Creation)
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114 digital objects in pdf file format
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LSE Publications holds digitised publications held in the Library. As of October 2021 this collection includes LSE Calendars 1895-2006, LSE Register 1895-1932 and LSE Director's Report 1941-1942.
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LSE publications published over 70 years old are Out of Copyright; reusing these items are permitted under Public Domain Mark. As of September 2021, this guidance applies for any publications including LSE Calendars up to and including 1950-1951.
LSE Publications under 70 years old are In Copyright. Calendars were published in advance of the academic years they covered, so for example the 1951-1952 calendar was published in summer or early autumn 1951. Please contact us if you require permission for the re-use of any such material. For further information please see our Terms and Conditions useful page. Please cite “LSE Digital Library” in any use.
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A few items are not displaying in the computer browser view. This is due to the large size of pdf files and the timeout setting in the computer browser. To overcome this issue try to download the pdf file instead of view in the browser. To achieve this follow these steps in Chrome:
- Go to Chrome – Settings
- Search for pdf in Settings (and not the browse search box)
- Expand Site Settings
- Expand Ad below settings:ditional Content Settings
- Click on PDF documents and enable ‘Download PDF files instead of opening in chrome’
These pdf files can take up to 4 minutes to download and a few seconds to open.
Apologies for the incovenience