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A primary source is a document or physical object written/created during the moment in time you are interested in researching. A primary source provides information directly from the source (a book written by Adolf Hitler). A secondary source provides information indirectly (a historian's recounting of research done on Hitler).
American University has helpful guide explaining the differences between primary and secondary sources here.
Here are a few digitized titles of interest for American history projects. Some have particularly good examples of American advertising.