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In recognition of the important archival function provided by JSTOR, should you terminate access to a JSTOR collection, your institution may resume access to that collection and all content subsequently added to that collection at any time through payment of only the AAF (and any outstanding prorated installments of ACF).
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The fee for Artstor Collection (also referred to as Artstor Digital Library) is an Annual Access Fee (“Artstor AAF”, a periodic payment covering Institutional Licensee’s access to the Artstor Collection). The Artstor AAF is subject to reasonable annual increases upon renewal of the Agreement.