Need images on missions or missionaries? Try the following sites:
The International Mission Photography Archive (IMPA) at USC libraries.
The Cooperative Digital Resources Initiative (CDRI) of the ATLA (American Theological Libraries Association), including the following missions-related image collections:
Citing and Copyright
It's important to note that while many of the original photographs are old enough to be out of copyright, their digital reproductions at these institutions are largely under copyright unless otherwise stated. So you can't publish them in an article or online without permission. However, you can most likely include them in your unpublished assignment within fair use, as long as you cite your sources correctly.
Footnote: Photographers first name and last name, Image Title, year, medium [photograph, daguerrotype, etc.], image owner [ex. International Mission Photography Archive], Location, url.
Bibliography: Photographer's last name, first name. Image Title. Year. Medium. Image owner, Location, url.
Tip: If you don't know the photographer, title, or year you can write "Photographer unknown," "Untitled," or "ca. [year range estimate]. However, if these are provided with slightly different wording by the website, follow the website's wording to aid others in finding that image.