Chicago style citation follows two separate formats: 1. notes and bibliography and 2. author-date. Be sure to ask your professor which format s/he prefers.
Taken from Lafayette College's Archives and Special Collections website. You can access it directly here.
Newspaper Article: Kelley, Michael. “Damaged Futures. Research Finds Student Athletes are at Greater Risk for Long-Term Health.” The Lafayette. May 9, 2014, http://digital.lafayette.edu/collections/newspaper/20140509
Magazine Article: Shaw, Diane Windham. “Lafayette and Slavery.” Lafayette Alumni News. Winter 2007, http://digital.lafayette.edu/collections/magazine/lafalummag-20070100
Photograph: “Students disrupt an ROTC parade on Fisher Field, May 4, 1969.” Lafayette College Historical Photograph Collection, http://digital.lafayette.edu/collections/historicalphotos/hpc-0269
The Department of History at UWL provides a Chicago/Turabian Citation Style Guide here.
The Department of History at UWL also provides a writing guide here.
Please note: A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations, 7th edition (Turabian, 2007), the handbook to which the History Department's guide refers, is NOT updated to include changes made to the 16th edition of the Chicago Manual of Style.
The updated manual, A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations: Chicago Style for Students and Researchers, 8th edition (Turabian, 2013) is available on the Ready Reference shelf near the reference desk. Call number: LB 2369.T8 2013. Please check with your instructor before you choose a manual to consult.