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HIST 482E/LACS 482D: Cold War Latin America

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Citation Managers

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Chicago Style

Online guides to Chicago Style:
 

For complete and authoritative information, consult the Chicago Manual of Style online.

 

Citing Images in Chicago Style:

Bibliography:

Images from Print Sources:

Lastname, Firstname. Title. Date. Medium, height x width x depth (unit conversion). Location.

Example 1: The Swimming Reindeer. 11th millennium BCE. Mammoth ivory, 20.7 cm × 3 cm × 2.7 cm (8.1 in × 1.2 in × 1.1 in). British Museum, London, England.
Example 2: Frederick, Ivan. The Hooded Man. 2003. Photograph. The Economist, cover, May 8, 2004.

Digital Images/Images from Online Sources:

Lastname, Firstname. Title. Date. Medium, height x width x depth (unit conversion). Location. URL.

Example 3Friedrich, Caspar David. Der Mönch am Meer. 1808-10. Oil on canvas, 110 cm × 171.5 cm (43 in × 67.5 in). Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany. https://artsandculture.google.com/asset/KwEv_TMiJhn5kA.

Footnote/Endnote:

Images from Print Sources:

Firstname, Lastname. Title, date, medium, height x width x depth (unit conversion), location.

Example 1: The Swimming Reindeer, 11th millennium BCE, mammoth ivory, 20.7 cm × 3 cm × 2.7 cm (8.1 in × 1.2 in × 1.1 in), British Museum, London, England.
Example 2: Ivan Frederick, The Hooded Man, 2003, photograph, The Economist, cover, May 8, 2004. 

Digital Images/Images from Online Sources:

Firstname, Lastname. Title, date, medium, height x width x depth (unit conversion), location, URL.

Example 3: Caspar David Friedrich, Der Mönch am Meer, 1808–10, oil on canvas, 110 cm × 171.5 cm (43 in × 67.5 in), Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany, https://artsandculture.google.com/asset/KwEv_TMiJhn5kA.