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Welcome to PRimary Source

a clearinghouse for history sources by and for the public relations community


For complete use of this site, please access PRimary Source through your Firefox (free download) or Internet Explorer (free download) browser. PRimary Source is publicly available to read, but, to preserve the integrity of the site, contributors will be asked to register with our wiki host, pbwiki. Sign up to edit and add new wiki pages by filling out this contact form. You will receive an email with information on how to create an account and start contributing to PRimary Source. Once you've logged in, you will find tools in the upper right corner of each page to create pages and you'll see an "edit" tab next to each "view" tab on each page. The site administrator will receive notice whenever the site content is modified and reserves the right to edit or delete copy.

 

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Credits:

PRimary Source was developed in the College of Communication and Information Sciences at The University of Alabama by Meg Lamme, associate professor, Department of Advertising & Public Relations, and Jennifer Mathews Land, doctoral candidate, School of Library & Information Sciences. Technical support was provided by Kelly Bond, IGIA, Inc. It was created under the auspices of The Plank Center for Leadership in Public Relations, which is committed to recognizing the contributions of leaders in the field--past, present, and future.

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