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1 Know-It-All in 20 minutes: Citing Archival Sources

2 When is citing is required when you have included archival material in your paper, presentation, power point, thesis, or web site. when you have consulted archival material in your research.

3 When citing University and community archival material from the Esther Clark Wright Archives, please use the following citation formula, which is based on the Turabian style; For a fonds: Fonds Title. “Title of File.” Accession number/File number and date. Acadia University. Esther Clark Wright Archives, Wolfville, N.S. Example Yvonne Snodgrass fonds. “Watercolours and Sketches.” /13. Acadia University. Esther Clark Wright Archives, Wolfville, N.S. Citing from Acadia’s Archives – a file or item

4 When citing University and community archival material from the Esther Clark Wright Archives, please use the following citation formula, which is based on the Turabian style; For a photograph: Photographer. “Title of Photograph.” Date of photograph. Photo no. Acadia University. Esther Clark Wright Archives. Wolfville, N.S. Example George Snodgrass. “Four women in their dorm room.” APC101. Acadia University. Esther Clark Wright Archives, Wolfville, N.S. Citing from Acadia’s Archives – a photograph

5 Citing from the Atlantic Baptist Archives – file or item When citing archival material from the Atlantic Baptist Archives’, please use the following citation formula, based on Turabian style; For a deposit: Deposit Title. "Title of File." Deposit number/File number and date. Acadia University. Atlantic Baptist Archives. Wolfville, N.S. Example: Heritage Unknown United Baptist Church deposit. "Our history." D /13. Acadia University. Atlantic Baptist Archives, Wolfville, N.S.

6 A note about Copyright It is important that you check for Copyright ownership before including someone else's work in your paper, ppt, website, or publication; this includes digital copies and photocopies. Remember - You are responsible for obtaining permission to publish copyrighted material. Our staff can help you determine Copyright issues with respect to archival material.

7 Don’t forget to cite your sources Our staff can help you cite the archival material in Acadia’s Archives. Please contact us for assistance


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