A NOTE ON COPYRIGHT - PLEASE READ

The information and images contained in the following pages reflect an ongoing effort of documentation by Anna Schuleit. ALL materials are copyrighted and permission is required before reproduction. We ask you kindly that if you use the information in these pages for your own research, that you do so with respect to the original sources and the usual procedures of citation as described below. If you are unclear about a source, please contact us by email. We always try to answer all questions and comments, and are grateful to hear from you. Likewise, if you discover an error, please do not hesitate to point it out.

WHY ACKNOWLEDGE SOURCES?
Failure to provide adequate citations constitutes plagiarism. Citations are a courtesy to the reader, who may share your interest. Citations allow you to acknowledge those authors who made possible particular aspects of your work. Citations, by delineating your intellectual debts, also draw attention to the originality and legitimacy of your own ideas. As one historian of the footnote has observed, citations "confer authority" on the writer. (Anthony Grafton, "The Footnote: A Curious History", Harvard UP, 1997, p.8) By citing sources, then, you demonstrate your integrity and skill as a responsible participant in the conversation of scholarship.

PHOTOGRAPHY CREDIT
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