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I obviously don't know enough about copyright laws to know that, but it's published by "Childrens Press" and has no indication of having anything to do with the government. The full text of the book is available on that link I provided to Flickr if any of that additional information will help.
I don't see why we couldn't use some of those images in the documentary. Certainly a few of those and some footage from that "Joystick" movie will help a little towards our need for contemporary archive footage. Of course, I also have tons of old books and magazines, but we really do need moving footage more than still, since that's much harder to get.
Bill Loguidice, Managing Director
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