Primary Sources come in all shapes and sizes.

The illustrations below represent the major types of primary sources available at Yale. Click on the images below to learn more.

Archives and manuscripts, two handwritten notebook pages.
 Books and pamphlets, two leather bound Bibles.
Data, typewritten education statistics from Swaziland
Dissertations, bound Yale dissertations.
Ephemera, printed pamphlet with illustration of a mosquito
Government documents, HUAC document about Communism
Maps, map of New Hampshire, Maine, and Canada
Objects and artifacts, woven patterned lidded basket.
Oral histories, photo of interview in progress
Serials, three issues of Russian periodical Zritel’
Sounds recordings, early sound recording formats
Visual materials, "The Crimson Skull" movie poster