Out of all the sources and databases that I have found so far, the most interesting to me has been Documenting the American South, from the University of North Carolina library. This database contains the most comprehensive list of usable photos, advertisements, articles, and reports about my topic. I am planning on analyzing tobacco advertisements containing racist imagery, mostly originating from primary sources in the southern United States. Because the images and sources that I require for research are very specific to the southern United States, DocSouth is one of the databases containing the most usable information. I am looking to use sources found in DocSouth to try and answer the question as to why racist imagery was used in early twentieth century tobacco advertisements. What I have found so far has been interesting, and I now have a plethora of advertisements to analyze, along with several secondary sources of peer reviewed work that comment on my possible claims counterclaims.