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"A primary source is a document that was created at the time of the event or subject you've chosen to study, or by people who were observers of, or participants in that event or topic." ~ E.H. Brown “Writing about History” UofT Writing Advice
For this assignment be sure to search for materials created between the time limit for this assignment (1900-1910s).
Don't forget there are different types of content within newspapers and magazines
It's important that you record the information needed so someone else (e.g., your TAs) can find the information used in your assignment.
Visit the MHDL Resources For Students page for in-depth help on learning how to best utilize the platform to get you the results you’re looking for. The page shows how to:
Your instructor has highlighted particular publications found within Media History Digital Library's the Early Cinema collection and flip through the pages of various publications to get ideas:
Your instructor has highlighted particular publications that are available via Internet Archive.
Please use the direct links below:
Internet Archive is a massive online repository of scanned publications, video, sound recordings and more. It's a lot of info to navigate so be sure to take a look at these instructions:
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