These are the papers of Everett, a Unitarian minister, orator, and educator.
United States - History
The references below feature the strengths of CRL's holdings. Links point to more detailed descriptions in our catalog, and where available point to digital version of the content or digitized finding aids for microfilm. Collecting in this area continues through the purchase programs.
Autobiographies and Personal Papers
GUIDE: Hamilton, Kenneth Gardiner. John Ettwein and the Moravian Church. The documents in this set are indexed and listed in the appendix to the Hamilton biography. The original papers are held in the archives of the Moravian Church in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
Knox was an army officer and Secretary of War. His papers, owned by the New England Historic Genealogical Society and deposited in the Massachusetts Historical Society, include family and business correspondence, correspondence with Revolutionary War associates, bills, receipts, ledgers, maps, and military records.
Dulles was secretary of state under Eisenhower, Jan. 1953-Apr. 1959. Herter was Dulles' undersecretary of state, Feb. 1957-Apr. 1959, and succeeded him as secretary of state, Apr. 1959-Jan. 1961. The microfilm set includes White House correspondence and memos between Dulles, Eisenhower and his advisors, memos of conversations with the president, statements and speeches, Cabinet briefing materials, classified letters, and diplomatic notes.
This microfilm set includes the papers of Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter held at the Harvard Law School Library. The bulk of the papers consists of Frankfurter's case files of opinions and memoranda spanning the years 1939 to 1962. Frankfurter retained his files for all the cases in which he wrote opinions of the Court, concurrences with the majority, dissents, concurrences in dissents, and memoranda.
This set reproduces the correspondence and other papers of Gallatin as well as documents from the U.S. Treasury Department. Reel 46 contains an index to the papers.
This set reproduces the materials held in the archives of the Moravian Church in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The Moravian Mission was influential through its Indian leaders, many of whom were educated by the missions and even converted to Christianity. The mission also maintained contact with American governmental officials. Included in the collection are the missionaries' diaries of daily events, references to physical conditions and letters dealing with personal matters and problems. Church registers and catalogs provide detailed information about members and Indian converts.
Regimental Histories and Military Records
Over 1,500 titles from an estimated 5000 total at the U.S. Army Military History Institute at Carlisle Barracks in Pennsylvania. "... this microfiche collection has attempted a comprehensive filming of all ... monographic histories listed in C.E. Dornbusch's Military Bibliography of the Civil War, Volumes I and II ... In order to preserve the subject and organizational integrity ... individual volumes from larger sets were generally avoided, as were monographs which only dwelt in small part with the Civil War experience." Guide, unit 1, p. i
Regional and Local Histories
Microcard set based on selections from the bibliography by Ellis Merton Coulter. The full set of 485 volumes includes writings of soldiers, journalists, and visitors. All the titles are individually cataloged and appear in the Center's catalog.
Microcard set based on selections from the bibliography by Thomas D. Clark. The full set of 1,174 volumes includes writings from 1527-1860. All the titles are individually cataloged and appear in the Center's catalog.
U.S Government Documents and Records
This set includes personnel actions affecting Army officers and enlisted men, issuances of the War Department, and records of military expeditions, installations and campaigns from the files of the U.S. Adjutant-General's Office.
The Children's Bureau was established as a federal agency to improve the health and welfare of children. The pamphlets and reports from the National Archives included in this set reflect the evolving concerns of the Bureau in view of the prevailing conditions in the six decades covered.