Use the Library website to find Newspapers
For newspaper databases and tips on searching for newspapers take a look at this guide: Newspapers Current and Historical
Recommended Newspaper Databases
Tips for using a newspaper database to search for obituaries
If you want to locate a specific newspaper, look it up by its title in the LibrarySearch. Enter the subject in the library search box.
Search for books, articles, media, and other formats using LibrarySearch, the University of Toronto Library's one-stop discovery system for all our library resources
Use the Library website to find American Government Information
You may also be interested in researching FRUS volumes (Foreign Relations of the United States)
Use the Library website to find Diaries and Letters
Search by combining keywords for different kinds of primary sources with keywords for your topic. For example, "women's rights united states diaries," "civil right united states correspondence," or " Vietnam War United States letters."
In the following database use the advance search option to choose the date written/recorded you are interested in.
Use the Library website to find Maps
Then next to "Search Scope" select Map and Data Library and enter the map you are searching for in the "Search filters"
On the left-hand side of the results, there are filter options. For maps, select "Maps" under "Filter your results". Then click Apply Filter.
For more information contact the Map and Data Library
Use the Library website to find Magazines
Use the Library website to find Advertisements
Tips for using a newspaper databases to search for advertisements
Use the Library website to find Artwork and Images
You can also consult the Images and Visual Resource Collections library guide for more information
Why should you use secondary sources with primary sources?
Use the Library website to find Secondary Sources
On the left-hand side of the results, there are filter options. For articles, select "articles" and or "peer reviewed articles" under "Filter your results". Then click Apply Filter. Filtering your results is also a great way to find databases which focus specifically on the 1960s in America.
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