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The Chicago-Turabian style of formatting includes a title page, the main text, plus footnotes or endnotes, figures/illustrations, and a bibliography. Please see the attached PDF for an example of a Turabian Title Page.
You can view other examples for different elements of Turabian style here.
If you wish to consult further examples of title pages in print, see the Turabian 7th edition, pp. 378-379.
Several copies of Kate L. Turabian's A manual for writers of research papers, theses, and dissertations are available in the Hubbard Library Reference collection (Ref LB 2369 .T8 2007 or 2013).
As an additional resource it should be noted that the entire Chicago manual of style is available for Fuller students faculty and staff on the library's database page.