How do you cite an archive in Chicago style?

How do you cite an archive in Chicago style?

Footnotes or Endnotes with Chicago In the notes, first cite the specific archival record, followed by the date (day, month, year), identifier (box/folder/item number), name of collection, name and location of repository.

How do you cite an archive?

Most citation styles require the following information to create a citation:the creator or author,specific item title, page, section,date,box and file number,and the name of the archive.

How do you cite a digital collection?

Citing an object from one of UNO’s digital collections may depend on the style manual you are using, but a citation will generally contain the following elements:[Creator][Date of Creation][Object / Item / Image Title][Collection Name][Repository Name][Date Accessed]Earl K. [Citable URL] (see below)

How do you find the primary source of a website?

For primary sources published online, a citation would include: the author, document title or a description, document date, title of the website, reference URL, and date accessed. Elements of a citation are usually listed from the most specific to the most general.

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