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Buying Power: History of Race and Marketing in the US

Rose Library

To begin searching for materials housed in the Rose Library, visit their website. Here, you will find information about our various holdings in manuscript collections, archives, and rare books. You may also want to begin to familiarize yourself with their holdings by visiting our Introduction to Collections page.

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How to cite Rose Library materials

Rare books that are part of the Rose Library's collection are cited using the same format you will use for general stacks books.

Manuscript Collections have their own form of citation. Different archives or special collections libraries may have slight variations in the way they ask that you cite their materials. For Rose Library collections, look at the first page of the finding aid, where archvists have provided the preferred citation format for each collection. Generally, the citation will look at follows:

[identification of item(s)], [name of collection], Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University.