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How to Use JSTOR

Images on JSTOR are contributed by partnering institutions like universities, museums, and community and private collections including Artstor Digital Library. With additional primary sources we are creating a more robust platform for discovering and working with both text and images.

Using images on JSTOR

To get started with using images on JSTOR, we recommend our support site page on Images in Search Results.

For more information on searching, filtering, and citations for images, please check out our Searching: Images on JSTOR page. You can also browse primary sources on JSTOR from our Community Collections page.


This suite of brief video tutorials will show you how to search for images on JSTOR.

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