Primary sources are firsthand accounts of events or periods of time and can include such items as personal letters and journals, diaries, interviews, oral histories, autobiographies, government documents, speeches, or newspapers.
You can locate primary sources that Emory holds by searching in Library Search and adding a subheading to your subject search. Some useful subheadings can include: sources, interviews, oral histories, biography, autobiography, diaries, correspondence, and letters.
If you need assistance in locating primary sources whether they are held at Emory or elsewhere, please feel free to ask a librarian.
Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library