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Publishers, professional journals, and graduate faculties may prescribe their own style. We ask at a minimum that identification consist of the date and title of the item, name of the collection, location in the collection (if applicable), and the name of the repository.
Citations from the Modern Manuscript Collection:
- Roscoe Pound to Louis Brandeis, December 28, 1936, The Papers of Louis Brandeis, Harvard Law School Library, Box 10, Folder 12.
- Report to the Law School Faculty, May 1954, The Papers of Erwin Griswold, Harvard Law School Library, Box 54, Folder 4.
Please consult our citation-credit information for additional examples of citations to Historical & Special Collections material.