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Monographic aerial photographs and photographs in a flight series:

Author. Title or frame number(s). Scale. Flight title (if part of flight). Line/roll number. Photo number. Place of publication: Publisher, Date of image collection (NOT date of reproduction).

Examples:

National Air Photo Library. A17179, photo 54-58. Scale 1:30,000. Ottawa: Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, 1960.

National Air Photo Library. [Niagara]. Scale 1:30,000. B83-30 168-8. Photo 137. Ottawa: Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, 1983.

Energy, Mines and Resources Canada. Central Experiment Farm (A17150-9). Scale 1:16,350. Ottawa: NAPL Reproduction Center, 1961.

Ontario. Ministry of Natural Resources. 54-4335-22-93. Scale 1:10,000. Toronto: 1954.

Aerial photographic flight series as a whole

Author. Flight title. Scale. Place of publication: Publisher, Date of image collection (NOT date of reproduction).

Example:

Energy, Mines and Resources Canada. A9547-20-55. Scale 1:17,000. Ottawa: Energy, Mines and Resources Canada, 1945.

(From the Association of Canadian Map Libraries and Archives, Recommended Best Practices in Citation of Cartographic Materials)

See also: Map Resources Citation Styles