The University of Toronto Libraries have extensive digital collections to provide access to primary sources.
Some of these are listed below, please ask if you need more details or help searching them.
PLEASE USE FINDING PRIMARY SOURCES IN THE UTL CATALOGUE ON THIS PAGE TO LOCATE ADDITIONAL PRIMARY MATERIAL.
The UTL catalogue does not have a way to produce lists of primary sources.However,using the following words in your search will help you find the source material you seek:
USE ADVANCED SEARCH WHEN LOOKING FOR PRIMARY SOURCES - ITS MORE EASIER TO MAKE CONNECTIONS
The images below describe how to use advance search.
Step One: SELECT ADVANCED SEARCH ON THE UTM LIBRARY HOME PAGE
Step 2: ENTER YOUR KEYWORD(S), USE THE + TO ADD MORE ROWS IF NECESSARY. USE THE 'SUBJECT' FIELD TO SEARCH FOR YOUR TYPE OF MATERIAL. SOMETIMES YOU HAVE TO GO BACK TO 'ANYWHERE' FIELD SINCE NOT ALL RECORDS CONTAIN THIS INFORMATION.
Step 3: REVIEW YOUR RESULTS. CLICK ON TITLE OF BOOK FOR MORE INFORMATION
Step 4: LOOK CLOSELY AT THE SUBJECT LINKS. IF YOU ARE LUCKY YOU WILL FIND LINKS TO MORE ITEMS CLASSIFIED AS SOURCES
Step 5: Be prepared to try more possibilities.Look in reference sources for individuals and events to include in your search. Use Oxford Bibliographies Online, the may give you the title of a primary source you can start searching for.
BROWSE the library shelves virtually to see books in the same subject classification.
It's like standing in front of a book shelf and seeing what a library has on the topic!
Click on the icon beside the call number.
SORT your results. Use publication date to get the latest edition.