If the names of two or more cities are listed, cite only the first.
If the city of publication is not well known, or might be confused with another city of the same name, include an abbreviation of the state, province, or country.
If the name of the publisher includes the name of a state, there is no need to add the state to the name of the city.
For foreign cities of publication, use the English name if there is one.
If there is no place of publication listed, write n.p.
1. Edwin Fischer, Musikalische Betrachtungen (n.p.: Insel-Verlag, 1949), 33.
Fischer, Edwin. Musikalische Betrachtungen. N.p.: Insel-Verlag, 1949.
If you can guess a probable place, put it in brackets with a question mark.
Give the publisher's name as it appears on the title page, even if it is printed differently in some of your other sources.
You may omit an initial The and abbreviations such as Inc., & Co., and Ltd.
Do not translate a foreign publisher's name