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Try this guide for your general research questions, and contact us by email, chat or text for more help with any of your class assignments or other research needs.
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This guide is an overview of some of the materials available from the FIT Library, both online and in person. There are also tips on how to choose a "good" web site and how to format a bibliography/references/works cited list.
The Why? Why not? section and notes throughout the guide can help you decide which type of material may work best for a specific research need.
Librarians and library staff are here to help you through any point of the research process, so ask us!
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How do I look . . . when it’s not in Vogue? Posted on by helen_lane
"Locating specific articles and images from pre-1970′s fashion and “women’s interest” periodicals can be difficult. Many of these magazines were given late or spotty coverage by the big publishing companies that provided periodical indexes to libraries (precursors to library databases)..."
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