Librarians define pamphlets as having less than 50 pages. In the Morling Library, the pamphlets are housed in a different collection to the books as they get lost if they are shelved between the books. The reference for a pamphlet from the Morling Library may look very similar to a book reference. Brochures should be referenced as if they were pamphlets. However, if the brochure or pamphlet has been downloaded from a webpage but is not a Government document, reference it as an electronic article retrieved from a webpage and include the web address (or URL).
Pamphlet with author
Sangster, W. E. (1952). Twelve ways of evangelism Westminster. London: Epworth Press.
Pamphlet with institutional author
Academic Skills Centre. (2017) A short guide to understanding your assignments. Birmingham, UK: University of Birmingham Library Services.
Pamphlet in an archival collection
Use the following format for brochures, pamphlets and other materials, such has photographs, clippings, and so on, that are stored in an archive or collection.
Author, A. A. (Year, Month Day). Title of material [Description of material]. Name of Collection (Call number, Box number, File name or number, etc.). Name of Repository, Location.
Sangster, W. E. (1952). Twelve ways of evangelism [Pamphlet]. Pettee Pamphlet Collection (Call number WB24 SAN.P). Morling College Library: Macquarie Park, NSW.