Only one source list entry for digital images of the same newspaper found in two online content providers?

 
 
 
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Only one source list entry for digital images of the same newspaper found in two online content providers?

I have found two different online content providers of digital images of the same newspaper (neither one being an online archive by that newspaper).  Based on the example in EE (3rd), #14.22, at the bottom of page 808, it appears to me that it's appropriate or okay for me to have a single source list entry, referring just to the newspaper, with the online websites simply showing up in the various reference notes.  Is that correct?  Thanks.

Dennis

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Yes, Dennis. You may indeed take that approach.

If you were to publish in a journal, the editor (to conserve space, given that the printed page is costly real estate) might even scrub out the name of the provider and use just your citation to the newspaper itself. But in your working notes, you definitely want to identify the site (or sites) at which you found that issue of that newspaper—given that some sites have years that others don't have and some sites have better or worse images than others have.

The Editor