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Chicago style guide: Microfiche

Chicago Style Guide

Source found on microfiche/microfilm

Use the examples below as a starting point - you may not have all of the information that is included in these examples. Be sure to include enough information to allow your reader to locate the source you are citing.
 
A letter found on microfilm
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1. Margaret Mascarene Hutchinson to Margaret Holyoke Mascarene, April 16, 1785, Mascarene Family Papers, Massachusetts Historical Society, reel P-44.

Bibliography

Hutchinson, Margaret Mascarene. Margaret Mascarene Hutchinson to Margaret Holyoke Mascarene, April 16, 1785. Mascarene Family Papers. Massachusetts Historical Society, reel P-44.

 
A letter found on microfilm
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2. George Washington to Martha Washington, Sept. 23, 1791, Washington Papers, microfilm, Green Library, Stanford University.

Bibliography

Washington, George. Washington Papers. Microfilm, Green Library, Stanford University.

 
A book found on microfiche
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3. Beatrice Farwell, French Popular Lithographic Imagery, 1815–1870, vol. 12, in Lithography in Art and Commerce (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1997), text-fiche, p. 67, 3C12.

Bibliography

Farwell, Beatrice. French Popular Lithographic Imagery, 1815–1870, vol. 12. In Lithography in Art and Commerce. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1997. Text-fiche, p. 67, 3C12.