14.241 Examples of bibliography entries for manuscript collectionsThe style of the first six examples below is appropriate if more than one item from a collection is cited in the text or notes. In the second and third examples, commas are added after the initials to avoid misreading. See also 14.233.Egmont Manuscripts. Phillipps Collection. University of Georgia Library.House, Edward M., Papers. Yale University Library.Merriam, Charles E., Papers. University of Chicago Library.Pennsylvania Society for the Abolition of Slavery. Papers. Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.Strother, French, and Edward Lowry. Undated correspondence. Herbert Hoover Presidential Library, West Branch, IA.Women’s Organization for National Prohibition Reform. Papers. Alice Belin du Pont files, Pierre S. du Pont Papers. Eleutherian Mills Historical Library, Wilmington, DE.If only one item from a collection has been mentioned in text or in a note and is considered important enough to include in a bibliography, the entry will begin with the item.Dinkel, Joseph. Description of Louis Agassiz written at the request of Elizabeth Cary Agassiz. Agassiz Papers. Houghton Library, Harvard University.
Please read the first post on the first page of this thread.Use report for Working Paper and White Paper.
Is there any possibility that it could be called "Loc. in Collection?" That might be more transparent.