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When in search of a missing page I often look up the book in Worldcat and ask libraries that hold the edition I want if they will scan the pages for me. I always tell them it is for PG and DP. Some libraries have set up reproduction services as a revenue stream, and those typically have very restricted licences. The following libraries have been known to provide useable images for DP and often PG, mostly hi-res scans. Different libraries within an organization, or even different librarians may have different policies.

The definition of "Republishing" is uncertain. I say that adding a B&W proofing image to DP is not republishing, and I have never had a librarian say no to that. Adding a hi-res illustration to PG clearly violates many of the republishing restriction clauses that I have read.

Library Notes
American Museum of Natural History
Auburn University Libraries
Brigham Young University
Bryn Mawr College / Rare Books
British Library / Rare Books Republishing restricted
Brown University / Hay
Colgate University Libraries
Columbia / Avery Supplied image and studiously ignored a question about restrictions on republishing
Cornell University / Mann
Drew University
Earlham College / Lilly
Hagley Museum and Library
Hamilton College
Illinois State University / Milner
Leach Public Library
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Luther Seminary Library
Lynchburg College
National Library of New Zealand Ngā mihi nui -- very helpful.
Oakwood University / Dykes
Oberlin College
Ohio State University / Rare Books Rebecca says B&W 72 DPI PDFs are $0.25 per page. The arcane explanations of hi-res pricing cover multiple pages.
Princeton University Library Special Collections
Saint Martin's University / O'Grady
SUNY Buffalo State
Texas Tech University/Southwest Collection/Special Collections TTU Document Delivery seem willing to forward requests to other TTU libraries
Trinity College Dublin
UNC Chapel Hill Sometimes yes, sometimes no. Special Collections have an online form to request scans. General collection told me to ILL
University of Akron OK for proofing images
University of Arizona / Special Collections $3 + 0.25 per page
University of Limerick / Glucksman / Special Collections
University of Maine / Fogler OK for proofing images
University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
University of Minnesota OK for proofing images
University of Nebraska--Lincoln Contractually cannot provide images of books available through Hathi
University of New Mexico / CSWR
University of North Carolina Wilmington
University of Pennsylvania / Van Pelt
University of Rochester Medical Center
University of South Carolina / Rare Books
University of South Florida Libraries Sometimes yes, sometimes no. Special Collections have an online form for requests and require payment
Washington & Jefferson College / Clark
Winterthur Museum
Wisconsin Historical Society

Some libraries have declined or charge, more often a library that does not want to scan will just ignore the request. I do not have a record of the libraries where I have filled in the web form and not gotten a response.

Library Notes
Columbia / Butler RBML $35 + $1 per page
Indiana University No
University of Madison/Wisconsin/Memorial Library No, ILL it
Yale / Beinecke Rare Books Now says it is free