These historical newspaper databases contain full image scans of advertisements, artwork, and illustrations from newspapers and magazines. These may be of interest for graphic design, costume design, folk art, or other artists.
Select by document type or document feature to find images.
Citing Artwork in Chicago Style
When using images, make sure you cite them properly. All images used in research papers and presentations need to be cited -- even open access and creative commons images found online.
Artwork used to illustrate a research paper needs to be labeled and numbered as Figure 1., Figure 2., and so on.
Caption should include: artist's name, title of work (italicized), date, medium, measurements, and museum, archive, collection, or gallery which holds the work.
Under the caption, cite your source: the book, article, or website the image came from. Cite the source as if it were a full source in a footnote, including the page and figure numbers from the original. Be sure to include the URL and date accessed if your source is online.