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From my experience, Brickset usually has PDFs, whereas Peeron/Bricklink have a series of images (one for each page of instructions). I would assume that Brickset probably pulls its instructions from customer services at Lego.com (or something similar). As such I would guess that Brickset doesn't have anything pre-90s. However, if you click on the "links" tab under the main set picture, there should be links (for Peeron and Bricklink) to the set instructions and inventory.
jpgs of lots of instructions