I’ve tried my question previously and received one reply that did not help me understand my issue. All my sources are from things published in the 1800s or early 1900s in newspapers, journals, books. I have online sources of newspaper articles (via Newspapers.com, Genealogybank.com, etc.) online journal fiction and non-fiction pieces (found at places like Internet Archive, Hathitrust,org, etc.), online books (found at places like Google Books). I see in EE 14.16 that a journal article archived online is identified both in the First Reference Note and Source List as “image copy.” In 14.22 a newspaper article online image is identified in the First Ref. Note as “image copy” but in the Source List Entry it does not say this. Why not? In the Quick Check model, p. 661, for image copies of online publications like from Google Books, it uses “digital images” in the First Reference Note and “image copy” in the Source List. I just don’t understand when/why one uses “image copy” vs. “digital images” – most of my sources are found online, all are digital copies of the original publications housed in various databases or archives. I have spent hours trying to understand this in reviewing EE but I just can’t. Please explain simply. I would be so grateful!