Hello fellows and friends,
The Instruction & Research Services Committee of the Reference and User
Service Association History Section in the American Library Association
has written a nice piece about using primary sources on the web. The
authors names are included in the document. Each section has a "more
info..." or "examples" link (which, unfortunately, appear to work as
pop-ups in MS IE, but not at all in Netscape or Mozilla browsers). At
the end of the paper are links to five citation guides.
This site came to my attention via a colleague.
The report itself is copyright protected.