How to Cite a Brochure in Chicago Style

Updated July 20, 2017

Brochure Citation

According to the Chicago Manual of Style, pamphlet, corporate reports and brochure citations follow a similar convention as books. First, list the editor or author's name, if available, with first name, middle initial and last name, then a period. Next, list the title or headline of the brochure, in italics and followed by a period. This should be followed by any publisher information (for example, this may be the organization that produced the brochure) with a comma following. Finally, include the date of publication, followed by a period.

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