1. Author First Name/Initial Surname, "Photograph Title," Year Photo was Taken
(if provided), in Book Title (Place of Publication: Publisher, Year), page or plate #.
2. Author Surname, "Photograph Title."
Author Surname, First Name or Initial. "Photograph Title." Year Photo was Taken
(if provided). In Book Title. Place of Publication: Publisher, Year, page or
1. Franz Jansen, "8 O'Clock," 1920, in German Expressionist Woodcuts, ed.
Shane Weller (New York: Dover Publications, 1994), plate 12.
2. Jansen, "8 O'Clock."
Jansen, Franz. "8 O'Clock." 1920. In German Expressionist Woodcuts, edited by
Shane Weller. New York: Dover Publications, 1994, plate 12.
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