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Finding images online can seem easy, however images that are found with a quick Google search may not contain all of the artist and copyright information you would need to properly cite and use that image. Image databases from the library can be helpful in that they clearly list the artist, title, creation date and other information needed to cite the image. Images found from image databases or other scholarly sources will tend to have more accurate metadata and information associated with the image so that you can properly cite your image.
Image Source: Rathke, L. (2017, Jan 23). Food and Farm - Winter Farming. ID #17025743182303. Associated Press. Retrieved from
Library Image Databases
Below is a list of library databases to search for images:
Draws on part of a large collection of magazine and newspaper ads within the Duke library's J. Walter Thompson Company Archives. Includes over 7,000 ads, mainly from U.S. publications dating between 1911 and 1955. Five broad subject categories are presented: Radio, Television, Transportation, Beauty and Hygiene and World War II.