Fair use in Ed J. Davenport and Harriett Davenport==
|Non-free media information and use rationale for Ed J. Davenport and Harriett Davenport|
Mug shot of Harriett Davenport.
http://search.proquest.com/docview/165949970/ (Library card may be needed).
Just about all of it.
Very low. This is a screen grab of a scan of a microfilmed copy of a printed page. The printed version was probably screened at 65dpi.
|Purpose of use||
Show readers what Mrs. Davenport looked like.
No other photo of Mrs. Davenport can be found or made. He is deceased.
Published in the Los Angeles Times of Dec. 14, 1954. If the L.A. Times still has the original negative, it can print a new copy. Use in Wikipedia does not affect the Times' ability to use the image in a better form for its own purposes. Mrs. Davenport was the subject of many news stories and is a historical figure.
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