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Rupert Brooke's signature

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Answer the following questions using the online resources described above (opens a new tab):

  1. Who administers copyright on Rupert Brooke’s published works?
  2. Who administers copyright on Rupert Brooke’s published works?
  3. Who owns the copyright on economist John Maynard Keynes’published works ?
  4. Who owns the copyright on economist John Maynard Keynes’unpublished works ?
  5. Who owns the copyright in the image below, which is held in the King’s College Archive Centre?
A blueprint by Alan Turing
A blueprint, created by the famous mathematician and ‘code-breaker’ Alan Turing on 17 July 1939 and signed D. C. M. [Donald MacPhail]. It was probably prepared in connection with Turing's article 'A method for the calculation of the zeta function', published in the Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society in 1943.
Archive Centre, King’s College, Cambridge.  AMT/C/2
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If you would like to find out more about Alan Turing, why not visit the Alan Turing Digital Archive, where you can see digitised documents from his papers at King’s College, Cambridge. The website is easy to search and arranged according to the archival catalogue.

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