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Archival document: how to cite in IEEE Style?

Cita una fonte nel formato IEEE in modo facile e corretto

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General rules

The IEEE Manual of Style does not provide any explicit rules for referencing an archival document. However, taking into account the IEEE template for citing unpublished materials, you can use the following reference template for an archival document:

Author(s). “Document title,” dateArchive NameCityCountrydocument location.

N.B.:

  • If you are giving the document’s descriptive title, do not put any quotation marks around the Document title element.
  • In the document location slot, give the details necessary to locate the document in the archive: fund/collection, folder, file, etc.

For an archival document accessed online, add the Internet source details to the reference (see more here).

For the rules of giving authors’ names in IEEE Style, see this article.

Examples of references

G. Jones, Letter to James G. Blaine recommending Frederick Douglass as United States Minister to Haiti, Jul. 2, 1889, National Archives at College Park, College Park, MD, USA, President's Secretary's Files (Truman Administration), 1945 - 1960, Record Group 59: General Records of the Department of State, 1763 – 2002, Series: Applications and Recommendations for Public Office, 1797 – 1901, National Archives Identifier: 594982. Accessed: Feb. 22, 2023. [Online]. Available: https://catalog.archives.gov/id/594982

E. Mann Borgese, “Only the pyre,” 1959, Dalhousie University Archives, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, Elisabeth Mann Borgese fonds, MS-2-744, Box 129, Folder 1.

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