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Primary Sources: General Information
This guide discusses what primary sources are, and how you can find primary sources
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What is a primary source?
A primary source is a source that was written at the time an event took place. Examples of primary sources are: letters, journals, news articles, advertisements, yearbooks, government documents, photographs, and receipts.
This search displays, by title, the library's holdings for over 94,000 periodicals, including scholarly journals, popular magazines, and newspapers (such as Science, Time, and The Wall Street Journal).