Use of Quotation marks around titles on office doors of buildings when writing.


 Should the name of a title on an office door as seen by a character in a story be written in quotation marks?  The following is an example:  Passing a door in the hallway with a sign that read "Office of Internal Affairs, " Karen entered the main corrider.  

Question:  Is the punctuation correct?  Note use of comma and quotation marks.

asked Mar 23 '14 at 02:17 Peggy Knott New member

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