Hi Marty. Sure can....but...it would be a VERY long list. Lol. I have been researching my family tree for about 20 years and have almost 3GB of photos and documents. These cover items originally from the UK, Australia and the USA.
They will include photos; BMD certificates from Australia and the UK; census records; copies of parish register records; wills (scanned copies of originals and transcriptions); newspaper and magazine articles; electoral rolls; shipping and immigration records; official biographies; personal letters and emails; scanned/photos of paintings and poetry written by my ancestors; adoption records (did someone say breakthrough!!!!!); university records; transcripts and original court cases; cemetery burial records; minutes from poor law records; manor records; vestry minutes; apprenticeship records; guild records; etc etc etc.
Some I have paid for directly; some I have collected free of charge; some have been obtained via one of the paid genealogy sites such as Ancestry, FMP etc; some have been given to me.
I hope that this helps. It seems like a minefield with differing jurisdictions, laws and terms of service requirements.