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NONPRINT SOURCES
FILM
It’s A Wonderful Life. Dir. Frank Capra. James Stewart. RKO, 1946.
You may include the director’s name and that of a major actor.
MAGAZINE ON MICROFICHE
McAdams, Benton. “Grey Beards in Blue.” Civil War Times Illustrated [microform] Feb.
1998: 32-35.
THE NEW YORK TIMES GREAT EVENTS--MICROFICHE
“Wright Brothers Not Discouraged.” The New York Times 1989 (reprinted in Great
Events Five as reported in The New York Times 16 May 1908, fiche 7, grid 11A).
THE NEW YORK TIMES SCHOOL MICROFILM COLLECTION
“Schools Reported in Chaos as Result of Cultural Revolution.” The New York Times 1967
(reprinted in The New York Times School Microfilm Collection 1 June 1967 reel 191).
PERSONAL INTERVIEW--UNPUBLISHED
Barnabas, Lewis. Personal interview. 15 May 1990.
For a telephone interview, substitute the word “telephone” for “personal.” Use the same format for a
personal letter, substituting the word “letter” for “interview.”
RADIO OR TELEVISION PROGRAM
The Face of the East. Yue-Sal Kan, broadcaster. The Discovery Channel, 23 June 1990.
If the program is one of a series, the name of the series precedes the name of the station and network.
“Death and Society.” Narr. Joanne Silberner. Weekend Edition Sunday. National Public Radio.
WUWM, Milwaukee. 25 Jan. 1998.
SOUND RECORDING (CD) or CASSETTE
Holliday, Billie. The Essence of Billie Holiday. Columbia, 1991
If you are not using a CD indicate the medium before the manufacturer’s name.
Joyce, James. James Joyce Reading from Ulysses and Finnegan’s Wake [audiocassette].
Caedmon, CDL 51340, 1971.
VIDEO RECORDING or DVD
The Miracle of Life. Videocassette. WGBH Educational Foundation, 1986.
Cite a videocassette, DVD, laser disc, like a film, but include the original release date of the film.
It’s A Wonderful Life. Dir. Frank Capra. James Stewart. RKO, 1946. DVD. Republic, 2001.