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Chicago: Print Sources

Chicago: Print Sources

Below are examples of citations as they may appear in a bibliography. The examples are meant to be illustrative and do not encompass every possible situation. If you have questions about citing particular types of sources or dealing with particular situations, you should consult the Chicago Manual of Style or contact a reference librarian.

Book

Chicago Print Book

Book with Multiple Authors

Chicago Print Book with Multiple Authors

Book with Editor Instead of Author

Chicago Print Book with Editor Instead of Author

Article in an Edited Book

Chicago Print Article in an Edited Book

Translated Book

Chicago Print Translated Book

Article from a Scholarly Journal

Chicago Print Article from a Scholarly Journal

Article from a Magazine

While a specific page number may be cited in a note, the inclusive page numbers of an article may be omitted, since they are widely separated by extraneous material. When page numbers are included, a comma rather than a colon separates them from the date of the issue.

Chicago Print Article from a Magazine

Article from a Newspaper

Chicago Print Article from a Newspaper

Images From A Book/Journal

Chicago Print Images From A Book/Journal