Newspapers are primary sources.
Take a close look at the Tampa Trib: there were major traffic accidents even back in 1897.
Find more Florida newspapers at the Florida Digital Newspaper Library (UF)
Manuscripts are primary sources.
Where can you find digital copies of documents like the US Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the letters of the Founding Fathers (and Mothers!)? Go to the National Archives site and explore.
Works of art are primary sources.
Browse the extensive art collection in ARTstor or another image database.
Novels are primary sources.
Primary sources are not necessarily "old." Works of literature, in any edition, are primary sources. Search Summon to see if the library has your favorite book.
Criminal and law files are primary sources.
Studying Criminology? The library has access to the FBI Files of gangsters and criminals via Archives Unbound.
Charles "Lucky" Luciano, NY 62-8768, 1. February 21st, 1946. FBI Files on Lucky Luciano, Meyer Lansky, and Santo Trafficante, Jr.. James Forman Library, Department of Special Collections and Archives, Queens College, City University of New York. Archives Unbound.
Music scores are primary sources.
Explore Harvard University's Digital Scores and Libretti Collection.
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