These inserts came in the Package for the Kindness Custom Care Instant Hair-setter and Conditioner by Clairol, Incorporated, Stamford, Connecticut: produced during October of 1970.. Included are an item tag, a booklet The Clairol Wave Book, and a warranty registration card. No copyright notice evident, Public Domain under Rule 5 of the United States Copyright Statutes. Dimensions 5 1/2" width by 4" Height for the item tag; 11" width by 4 1/2" Height for the warranty card and 10 1/4" width by 4 1/2" Height for Booklet;. This Digital work was created by Gerard Arthus and is in the Public Domain under the Creative Commons License. Any questions regarding this item should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org For more information Go to this site: http://OpenEducation.org to find out more about the digitization of this item and the on-going attempt to help make 'Knowledge' and 'Information' available to everyone, anywhere, at any time, for no cost. There are many forces at work which are attempting to turn 'Public Domain' information into a commodity which some can milk for a profit. This parasitic use of information which should be freely available for all to access is an Intellectual Crime and should not be tolerated. Hi-resolution images included in the tar file.
June 26, 2022 Subject:
There is no valid copyright notice on this item and no registration was ever filed for the copyright. According to US Statutes, it is in the Public Domain. As for my Digital Creation, I have released it into the Public Domain under CCO nonattribute license. This means anyone is free to use these images in any way they would like including for commercial purposes. They just can never have restrictive copyright placed upon them. I see people selling this stuff on amazon many times (the Digital Copies). I carefully research the copyright status of everything that I place in Archive Collections. You can Email me at email@example.com, for further information.
June 21, 2022 Subject:
Rights for TV?
Hi Gerard, I am a researcher for Danish Television working on a historical documentary regarding tha Danish manufacturer of the Clairol Kindness hot curlers in the sixties and seventies. I hope you have information about the origin of this fantastic instructions folder? We would like to use it in our documentary. BEst regards, Rikke Detlefsen