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File:Don Bradman and Stan McCabe.jpg

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English: This image is a photograph of the Don Bradman and Stan McCabe resuming an innings at the WACA during an Australian XI versus Western Australia match on 26 April 1938.

The original photograph is held by the State Library of Western Australia. A digital image of the photograph was created by the State Library of Western Australia and is available from the Library Information Service of Western Australia (LISWA) website. The LISWA image includes an assertion of copyright 2001, but this assertion is incorrect: the image is in the public domain under both Australian copyright law and US copyright law. This digital image is a cropped version of the LISWA digital image that eliminates the incorrect copyright notice.


Public domain This image is of Australian origin and is now in the public domain because its term of copyright has expired. According to the Australian Copyright Council (ACC), ACC Information Sheet G023v16 (Duration of copyright) (Feb 2012).
Type of material Copyright has expired if ...
 A  Photographs or other works published anonymously, under a pseudonym or the creator is unknown: taken or published prior to 1 January 1955
 B  Photographs (except A): taken prior to 1 January 1955
 C  Artistic works (except A & B): the creator died before 1 January 1955
 D  Published editions1 (except A & B): first published more than 25 years ago
 E  Commonwealth or State government owned2 photographs and engravings: taken or published more than 50 years ago and prior to 1 May 1969

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