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Additionally, please credit owner(s) by citing them. The citation style can be found at the bottom of this page.
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Please use the following format when citing materials from the Urban Archives:
Photo: ‘contributor name’, The Urban Archives (urbanarchives.org), Item Number 20070505TRD151543
The Item Number is listed as part of the image’s metadata displayed in the single image result page. Please refer to the following example.
Your citation would read:
Photo: Tom Dobrowolsky, The Urban Archives (urbanarchives.org), Item number 20040203TRD1988