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CITING IMAGES — CHICAGO STYLE

AN IMAGE IN AN ONLINE DATABASE (AP PHOTO ARCHIVE) Caption Example:

Figure 1. Swan Lake in Golden Gate Park, San Franciso. Source: AP Photo Archive, copyright Eric Risberg, 1999. Bibliographic Citation Example: Risberg, Eric, photographer. "Lake Boating." Photograph. 1999. From: AP Photo Archive (accessed October 15, 2007). AN IMAGE IN AN ONLINE DATABASE (LIBRARY OF CONGRESS AMERICAN MEMORY PROJECT) Caption Example:

Figure 2. Golden Gate Park, San Francisco (early twentieth century). Source: American Memory from the Library of Congress, photo by Joseph Collier. Bibliographic Citation Example: Collier, Joseph, photographer. "[Golden Gate Park.]" Photograph. 1903-1906?. From Library of Congress: American Memory. http://photoswest.org/cgi-bin/imager?00130282+C282 (accessed October 15, 2007) AN IMAGE FROM A WEBSITE Caption Example:

Figure 3. Golden Gate Park Map, San Francisco. Note: Copyright Lee W. Nelson, 2001-2007. Bibliographic Citation Example: Nelson, Lee W., artist. "Golden Gate Park." Map. 2001. From Lee Nelson iNeTours.com Internet Tours. http://www.inetours.com/Pages/SFLndmrkVws/GGP_Map.html (accessed October 15, 2007)

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AN IMAGE FROM A WEBSITE (ARTIST KNOWN, NO TITLE OR DATE) Caption Example:

Figure 4. Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. Note: Copyright Liam Quinn (made available under a Creative Commons License) Bibliographic Citation Example: Quinn, Liam, photographer. "[Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.]" Photograph. (n.d.) From Liam Quinn's Home Page. http://htmlhelp.com/~liam/California/SanFrancisco/GoldenGatePark/ (accessed October 15, 2007). AN IMAGE FROM A WEBSITE (ARTIST AND DATE UNKNOWN) Caption Example

Figure 5. The Conservatory of Flowers at Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. Source: SFTravel.com. Bibliographic Citation Example "Conservatory of Flowers — Golden Gate Park." Photograph. (n.d.) From SFTravel.com. http://www.sftravel.com/ggpark.html (accessed October 15, 2007) AN IMAGE FROM A BOOK (GIVE THE IMAGE A CAPTION, & CITE THE BOOK IN WHICH THE IMAGE APPEARS) Caption Example:

Figure 6. Golden Gate Park. Source: Harnik, p. 17 (2000). Bibliographic Citation Example: Harnik, Peter. Inside city parks. Washington, DC: Urban Land Institute, 2000.

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AN IMAGE FROM A JOURNAL ARTICLE (GIVE THE IMAGE A CAPTION, & CITE THE ARTICLE IN WHICH THE IMAGE APPEARS) Caption Example:

Figure 7. Site plan of the De Young Museum, in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park, showing formal gardens (scale approx 1:2500). Source: Gregory, p. 41. Bibliographic Citation Example: Gregory, Rob. "Full metal jacket: the de Young Museum may appear tough and impenetrable, but in reality exploring its interiors is a delight; just like a wall in the park." The Architectural Review, 218, no.1304 (2005): 4661. AN IMAGE FROM A SLIDE IN THE LIBRARY Caption Example:

Figure 8. The Angel of Annunciation, 1498/1503. Stained Glass. Source: National Gallery of Art Slide Library, Stained Glass by Giovanni DiDomenico. Bibliographic Citation Example: DiDomenico, Giovanni. The Angel of Annunciation, 1498/1503. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC: Slide Library, 1942, slides.

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