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Manuscript Division:

- Conditions of Use
- Reading Room Rules and Regulations
- Copyright Information and Permission to Quote
- WARNING: Collections Stored Off-site
- Request for Access to a Restricted Collection

General Information and Policies:

- Research and Reference Services
- Building Access
- Conduct on the Premises
- Getting a Reader Identification Card
- Restrictions on Personal Belongings
- Using the Library's Collections
- Wireless Access at the Library


The national manuscript collection may be consulted by any adult engaged in serious research who presents a valid Library of Congress issued reader card, completes the Manuscript Division's registration process, and agrees to adhere to the division's rules for the use of rare materials. Student access to collections is limited to those engaged in graduate study. Undergraduates with previous experience in using manuscripts who are working on a senior thesis, advanced seminar paper, or similar research project under the direction of a faculty member will be admitted upon an introduction in person or in writing by their advisers. Minors and high school students are not admitted to the Manuscript Reading Room.

All researchers are advised to e-mail or telephone the Manuscript Reading Room prior to visiting. Many collections are stored off-site, and advance notice is needed to retrieve these items for research use.

Restrictions on the use of certain materials have been imposed by donors or for reasons of national security. Information governing the use of any specific group of manuscripts will be supplied upon request.

Prospective readers should bear in mind the restrictions on photocopying and publication imposed by the Copyright Act of 1976. It is the responsibility of the prospective users or their publishers to determine the copyright status or obtain the required permissions before publication of manuscript material from the Library's collections.

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Prior to entering the Manuscript Reading Room, readers will be asked to read and sign a statement similar to the following:

Researchers are required to observe the following rules:

1. REGISTRATION. First-time users must complete a registration card. Readers must present a verified Library of Congress photo ID. Readers with unverified cards will be admitted only with the approval of the head of the reading room or senior staff. The security officer will enter the researcher's name, Library of Congress ID number, and locker number in the log. Each time a researcher enters or exits the reading room, the officer will annotate the log.

2. PERSONAL PROPERTY. No personal belongings, including briefcases, notebooks, books, folders, envelopes, purses, or hats are allowed in the reading room. The use of electronic communications devices, such as wireless phones and pagers, is prohibited, and such devices must be silenced. Laptop computers are allowed, but the use of any other electronic devices is subject to staff approval. Digital cameras and tripods are allowed for making research copies, but scanners are prohibited. Outer garments, including vests, sweaters with pockets, coats, suit coats, and sports jackets, are subject to search. Free lockers are provided to secure personal property. Exceptions may be requested for notes or other material essential to research. These items must be approved and stamped by reference staff before being brought into the reading room. Notes may be taken only on the paper or note cards provided in the reading room. Pens may not be used, and pencils are provided. Locker keys must be returned at the end of the day.

3. ALL CONTAINERS MUST STAY ON TRUCKS. Only one folder at a time may be withdrawn from a box. Cardboard dummies are provided to mark the place where folders should be refiled. IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO PRESERVE THE EXISTING ARRANGEMENT OF MATERIALS IN EACH FOLDER. Report any serious disarrangement to the reference staff.

4. PHOTOCOPYING. Researchers must bring all manuscripts to the desk for examination by reference staff before photocopying. In general, unbound manuscripts may be copied on the machines in the reading room. Exceptions include 1) donor-imposed restrictions, 2) fragile condition, 3) material owned by other repositories, and 4) classified material. Only one folder at a time may be withdrawn for photocopying. Microfilm copies must be stamped with the statement, Reproduced from the collections of the Manuscript Division, Library of Congress. This appears automatically on reproductions made on the photocopy machines. In general, bound material can be reproduced by the Library's Photoduplication Service.

5. MICROFILM EDITIONS. To promote preservation of the originals, researchers are required to consult microfilm editions as available unless there is compelling reason to consult the originals.

6. HELP SAVE OUR COLLECTIONS. Do not make marks on manuscripts, do not write notes on top of manuscripts, do not rest books or other objects on top of manuscripts. Handle loose sheets or bound pages by their edges; avoid touching the surface as much as possible. Exercise the greatest possible care in handling fragile manuscripts. The staff will furnish gloves for handling photographs and other especially vulnerable items.

7. COPYRIGHT. The status of copyright in the unpublished writings in the custody of the Manuscript Division is governed by the Copyright Act of 1976 (PL 94-553; Title 17, USC), and the Copyright Term Extension Act of 1998 (PL 105-298) (known as the "Sonny Bono" Act). It is the obligation of the researcher to fulfill the requirements of the Copyright Act. Since the Library of Congress ordinarily does not own the copyright in either published or unpublished manuscripts in its custody, it can neither grant nor deny permission to publish or quote in published form from manuscripts in its collections.

8. POLICE INSPECTION. All material that a researcher wishes to remove from the reading room must be examined by the security officer. It is a violation of federal law punishable by fine and/or imprisonment to steal or willfully damage or destroy manuscripts, books or other Library property. 18 USC 641; 18 USC 1361; 18 USC 2071; 22 D.C. Code 3106; and LCR 610 S 5, LCR 1812. Researchers should be aware that surveillance cameras are recording all activity in the Manuscript Reading Room.

9. Researchers must follow all directions of the reference staff regarding the handling of manuscript material.

I have read and agree to abide by the above rules and regulations of the Manuscript Division Reading Room. I understand that if I violate these rules, the Manuscript Division may deny me use of its facilities and collections.

Revised June 8, 2007

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It should be noted that the Library of Congress ordinarily does not own the copyright in either published or unpublished manuscripts in its custody. Therefore it can neither grant nor deny permission to publish or quote in published form from manuscripts in its collections. It should also be noted that neither titles nor facts can be copyrighted; therefore, permission is not required to cite a collection as a source or to use facts from it.

In general, when copyright interests do subsist in unpublished manuscripts, these interests are the property of the author or of the author's heirs or assigns. Copyright ownership does not accompany physical ownership of a manuscript, although the owner of copyright interests may assign or sell such interests to the owner of the physical property.

For more information about copyright, please refer to the U. S. Copyright Office Web page at <>.

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Readers interested in consulting any of the division's collections are advised to write or telephone the Manuscript Reading Room at (202) 707-5387 before visiting. Many processed and nearly all unprocessed collections are stored off site, and advance notice is needed to retrieve these items for research use.

Processed collections which are stored off-site are listed below. To obtain access to them, please contact the Manuscript Reading Room several days in advance of your visit to assure that the containers you wish to consult will be available when you arrive.

Although the list of off-site collections is updated periodically, the storage location of collections can change at any time. You are urged to contact the Manuscript Reading Room in advance of your visit, even if the collection you wish to use does not appear on this list.

Collections noted in bold italics are in the process of moving to temporary off-site storage.

Ace, Goodman
Adams, Arthur S. (Arthur Stanton)
Aldrich, Nelson W.
Allen, Florence Ellinwood
Allen, Fred
Allen, Charles Julius and Grace Elizabeth
American Association of University Women
American Council of Learned Societies (Part I)
American Gold Star Mothers
American Historical Association
American Medical Center for Burma
American Psychological Association
American Scholar
American Society of Landscape Architects
American Studies Association
Amos 'n' Andy (Radio program)
Am-Rus Literary Agency
Anderson, Chandler P. (Chandler Parsons)
Anderson, Clinton Presba
Anderson, Frank Maloy
Andrews, Frank Maxwell
Arnold, Henry Harley
Arlow, Jacob A.
Associated Press
Association of Research Libraries
Austin, Bernard L. (Bernard Lige)
Atlantic Union Committee

Babbit, Edward B.
Bainbridge, William
Baker, Ray Stannard
Balchen, Bernt
Baldridge, Harry Alexander
Ballentine, John J. (John Jennings)
Bancroft-Bliss family
Banks, Nathaniel Prentiss
Barbee, James D. and Davis R.
Barnes, James Martin
Baroody, William J.
Barrett, John
Barron, James
Bartlett family
Bassett, John Spencer
Bates, John A.
Bates, Richard W.
Bayer, John J.
Beale family
Beard, Daniel Carter
Beardslee, L. A. (Lester Anthony)
Becker, Florence Deakins
Becker, George F. (George Ferdinand)
Beecher, Henry Ward
Beers, Henry Putney
Belknap, George E. (George Eugene)
Belknap, Reginald Rowan
Bell, Henry Haywood
Bellamy, John Haley
Benjamin, Harold Raymond Wayne
Bennett, Frank M. (Frank Marion)
Bennett, William Ralph
Benson, William Shepherd
Berge, Wendell
Bernays, Edward L.
Bernfeld, Siegfried
Berry, Faith
Beveridge, Albert J. (Albert Jeremiah)
Billings, Luther Guiteau
Bingham, Donald C. (Donald Cameron)
Bingham, Theodore A.
Black, Ruby A.
Blair family
Blake, Charles Follen
Blandy, William H. P. (William Henry Purnell)
Bloch, Claude Charles
Block, Herbert
Block, Ralph
Bloomfield, R. E. (Robert E.)
Boarman, Charles
Boggs, Samuel Whittemore
Bonaparte, Charles J.
Book of the Month Club
Boone, Joel Thompson
Boorstin, Daniel J.
Borah, William Edgar
Borglum, Gutzon
Bowen, Catherine Drinker
Bowen, Harold Gardiner
Brandon, Henry
Brasol, Boris Leo
Breck family
Brennan, Francis Edwin
Brent, Joseph Lancaster
Bristol, Mark L. (Mark Lambert)
Brode, Wallace R.
Brooke, Edward W.
Brown, Ronald Harmon
Browne, John Mills
Browne, Malcolm W.
Browning family
Brownson, Willard H. (Willard Herbert)
Brundage, Percival Flack
Bryan, William Jennings
Buck, Solon J.
Bunau-Varilla, Philippe
Burns, Otway
Burton, Harold H. (Harold Hitz)
Bush, Vannevar
Butler, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin)
Butterfield, Kenyon L.
Byrne, Edmund

Caesar, Sid
Cairns, Huntington
Callan, John Lansing
Canaga, Alfred Bruce
Canal Zone Library-Museum
Caperton, William Banks
Carlin, James William
Carpenter, Dudley Newcomb
Carr, Wilbur J. (Wilbur John)
Carson, Johnny
Carter, Clarence Edwin
Carter, Robert L.
Carter, Samuel Powhatan
Carter, Thomas Henry
Cary, Clarence Fairfax
Casey, Silas
Caton, John Dean
Cattell, James McKeen
Cecil, Robert Edgar
Celler, Emanuel
Center for National Policy Review
Chamberlain, Eugene Tyler
Chambers, Washington Irving
Chanute, Octave
Charlestown Navy Yard (Mass.)
Chase, Lewis Nathaniel
Chase, Philander
Cheney, John Vance
Chester, Colby Mitchell
Childs, James Bennett
Christie, Ralph W. (Ralph Waldo)
Ciardi, John
Cilley, Greenleaf
Clapp family
Clapper, Raymond
Clark, Kenneth Bancroft
Clark, William Bell
Claxton, Alexander
Cleland, T. M. (Thomas Maitland)
Cline, Howard Francis
Cline, Ray S.
Coan, Titus
Cochrane, Alexander Forrester Inglis, Sir
Cockburn, George
Cohen, Albert Morris
Cohen, Benjamin V.
Colhoun, Edmund Ross
Collins, Ross A.
Columbia Broadcasting System
Commoner, Barry
Committee of Observation in the Elizabeth Town District of Frederick County (Frederick County, Md.)
Cone, Hutchinson Ingham
Congressional Staff Club
Conrad, Daniel B. (Daniel Burr)
Connaly, Tom
Constitution (Frigate)
Converse, George Albert
Cook, John A.
Cook, Robert C.
Cooke, Harold David
Coolidge-Pollard families
Cooper, Hewitt & Company
Corcoran, Thomas G.
Corcoran, W. W. (William Wilson)
Corey, Herbert
Cortelyou, George B. (George Bruce)
Cotton, Charles Stanhope
Couthouy, Joseph Pitty
Craven, Thomas T. (Thomas Tingey)
Creel, George
Croffut, W. A. (William Augustus)
Crosby, Allyn J.
Culbertson, William Smith
Cullins, Thomas O. (Thomas Oliver)
Cushing, Leonard F.

Dabney, John Bass
Dahlgren, John Adolphus Bernard
Danforth, Herbert L.
Daniel and Florence Guggenheim Foundation
Daniels, Josephus
Dash, Samuel
Davenport, Marcia
Davies, Joseph Edward
Davis, James J.
Davis, Norman H. (Norman Hezekiah)
Davisson, Clinton Joseph
Dawes, Henry L.
Dearstyne, Howard
Decatur, Stephen
De Haven, Edwin Jesse
Deland, Margaret Wade Campbell
Deming, W. Edwards (William Edwards)
Democratic Study Group
Denby family
Denig, Robert Gracy
Denny, George Vernon
Dent, John H. (John Herbert)
Dewey, George
Deyo, Morton L. (Morton Lyndholm)
Dickins, Francis Williams
Dike, Samuel Warren
Dillen, Roscoe Franklin
Dodd, William Edward
Dorn, Edward John
Dorsett, Edward Lee
Dow, Leonard James
Doysie, Abel
Du Mont Laboratories
Du Pont, Marcella Miller
Dudman, Richard
Dulany, Bladen
Dungan, William W.
Dunn, Lucius C. (Lucius Claude)
Dyer, George C. (George Carroll)

Eames, Charles and Ray
Eastham, Melville
Eckart, Carl
Eizenstat, Stuart
Elder, Abram P. T.
Eliot, George Fielding
Ellis, Frank Watts
Ellyson, Theodore Gordon
Emory, William H. (William Hemsley)
Ericsson, John
Etzioni, Amitai
Evans, Robley D. (Robley Dunglison)
Everts, Lillian
Ewing family (Charles Ewing)

Fairchild, Sherman M.
Farley, James A. (James Aloysius)
Farragut, David Glasgow
Fentress, Walter E. H.
Fillebrown, Thomas Scott
Fisher, A. K. (Albert Kenrick)
Fisher, Douglas R.
Fisher, Walter L. (Walter Lowrie)
Fiske, Minnie Maddern
Fitch, John
Fitzpatrick, John Clement
Fleming, Harold C.
Flirt (Schooner)
Food for Freedom, Inc.
Force, Peter
Ford, John Thompson
Ford, Worthington Chauncey
Former Members of Congress, Inc. (U.S.)
Foulk, George Clayton
Foulke, William Dudley
Fox, Josiah
Frances G. Wickes Foundation
Frederick Douglass Memorial and Historical Association
French and American Claims Commission
Friis, Harald Trap
Fullam, William F. (William Freeland)
Fuller, Melville Weston
Furer, Julius Augustus
Furlong, William Rea

Furman, Greene Chandler
Fyffe, Joseph P.

Gallaudet, T. H. (Thomas Hopkins)
Gantt, Benjamin S.
Gardner, Obed
Garfield, Harry Augustus
Garfield, James Rudolph
Garfield, Lucretia Rudolph
Geleerd, Elisabeth R.
German Captured Documents
Gerson, N. C.
Gertz, Elmer
Gesell, Arnold
Geyelin, Philip L.
Gilchrist, Huntington
Giles, Donald T.
Gill, C. C. (Charles Clifford)
Gillett, Simon Palmer
Gillis, James Henry
Ginsburg, David
Ginsburg, Ruth Bader
Gitelson, Maxwell
Gleason, Arthur Huntington
Gleaves, Albert
Goebel, Julius
Goldman, Eric Frederick
Goldsmith, Thomas T.
Golovin, Nicholas E.
Goodman, Leo
Jesse A. Gove and Charles A. Gove
Graham, Fred P.
Granik, Theodore
Grattan, John W.
Green, Joseph F. (Joseph Foster)
Green, Theodore Francis
Greene, Albert S.
Greene, Lorenzo Johnston
Greenfield, Meg
Greenslade, John Wills
Gregory, Thomas Watt
Grey, Zane
Griffin, Virgil Childers
Gruen, Victor
Gruenberg, Benjamin Charles and Sidonie
Guggenheim, Harry Frank
Gwinn, John

Hagedorn, Hermann
Hale family
Hall, Reynold T. (Reynold Thomas)

Halsey, Edwin Alexander
Halsey, William F. (William Frederick)
Hamilton, Florence
Hammond, John Hays
Harlan, John Marshall
Harper's Magazine
Harriman, Florence Jaffray
Harrington, Purnell Frederick
Harris, Patricia (Roberts)
Harris, William Torrey
Harrison, Burton Norvell
Harrison, George W.
Harrison, Gilbert A.
Harrison, James O.

Harshaw, Ruth Hetzel
Hatch, John Porter
Haworth, Leland John
Hayden, Edward Everett
Haynsworth, Clement F.
Hensley, Stewart
Hertog, Susan
Hewitt, H. Kent (Henry Kent)

Hill, Henry Aaron
Hillcrest Children's Center
Hispanic collection
Hollerith, Herman
Holmes, John Haynes
Homburger, Freddy
Hooper, Edwin Bickford
Hooper, Stanford Caldwell

Hornaday, William Temple
Horne, Frederick Joseph
Horner, Frederick Cecil
Horner, G. R. B. (Gustavus Richard Brown)
House Democratic Caucus (U.S.)
Howard, Roy Wilson
Howard-von Recum family
Hubbard family
Hutchinson, Ralph Cooper
Hyde, Dorsey William
Hyman, Stanley Edgar

Independence (Ship : 1814-1913)
Indian Languages Collection
Ingersoll, Robert Green
Ingersoll, Royal Rodney

Inman, Samuel Guy
International Brotherhood of Teamsters
International Psycho-Analytical Association
International Research and Exchanges Board
Ireland. Parliament. House of Commons (debates)
Iturbide, Augustin de

Jameson, J. Franklin (John Franklin)

Jelliffe, Smith Ely
Jenckes, Thomas Allen
Jessup, Philip C. (Philip Caryl)
Joelson, Charles Samuel
Johnson, Frank M. (Frank Minis)
Johnson, Philip Carrigan
Johnston, Mercer Green
Joint Committee on Materials for Research
Jones, Hilary Pollard
Jones, John Paul
Jones, P. A. J. P.
Journal of a passage from New York to Boston
Julian, Charles

Kaiser, Louis Anthony
Kanin, Garson

Kalmus, Herbert Thomas
Kantor, MacKinley
Karsten, Karl G.
Kaufman, Irving R. (Irving Robert)
Kearny, Thomas
Keene, Frances Bowler
Kellogg, Edward Nealy
Kessler, Milton

Kilby, Jack S.
Kimberly, Louis Ashfield
Kincaid, Earle H. (Earle Hill)

King, Alexander
King, Ernest Joseph
Kingsbury, John Adams
Kingsley, Louis Albert
Kirk, Alan Goodrich
Kissinger, Henry (Part II)

Kline, Burton
Klyce, Scudder
Knowles, Herbert Bain
Knox, Dudley Wright
Knox, Frank
Knox, Philander C. (Philander Chase)

Konter, Richard Wesley
Kowalski, Frank
Kris, Ernst
Kroll, Lucy

Lake, Anthony
Lakhman, Gizella
Land, Emory Scott
Landis, James McCaule
Lardner, George
Lattimore, Owen
League of Women Voters (U.S.)
Lee, Samuel Phillips
Le Gallienne, Eva
LeJeune, John Archer
Leland, Waldo Gifford
LeMay, Curtis E.
Lenroot, Irvine Luther

Leonard, John Calvin
Leventhal, Harold
Levine, Irving R.
Lewin, Bertram David
Lewis, Anthony
Lewis, Nolan Don Carpenter
Library of Congress. Records
Liebengood, Howard S.
Lindsey, Ben B. (Ben Barr)
Linnet (Ship)
Linowitz, Sol M.
Literary Society of Washington
Little, Arthur D.
Little, Charles G.
Lockwood, Charles A.

Loewenstein, Rudolph Maurice
Loewy, Raymond
Loeb, Benjamin S.
Logan, John Alexander
Logan, Joshua
Lowe, John
Luce, Clare Boothe
Luce, Henry Robinson
Luce, Stephen Bleecker
Lull, Edward Phelps

MacDonald, Donald J. (Donald John)
MacDowell Colony (Peterborough, N.H.)
Machen, Lewis H.
Maclay, Edgar Stanton
MacVeagh, Franklin
Mahan, A. T. (Alfred Thayer)
Malaney, Curtis L.
Maldarelli, Oronzio
Malik, Charles Habib
Malina, Frank J.
Malvern (Ship)
Manila Bay Society

Marburg, Theodore
March, Peyton Conway
Marsh, Charles Carlton
Marshall, Charles Clinton
Marshall, Peter
Marshall, William Alexander
Marston, John

Martin, John Bartlow
Masterman, Howard W.
Matthewson, Arthur
Mayo, Henry T. (Henry Thomas)

Mayrant, John
McAdoo, W. G. (William Gibbs)
McCleery, Robert W.

McCormick, Lynde Dupuy
McCrea, John L. (John Livingstone)
McCrumb, Fred R.
McCully, Newton A.
McGee, Anita Newcomb
McGee, W. J.
McGowan, Carl
McGowan, Samuel
McGranery, James P., and Regina Clark McGranery
McGregor, Charles
McGrory, Mary
McGuire, William
McKim, Charles Follen

McNair, Frederick Vallette
McVay, Charles B. (Charles Butler)
Mearns, Edgar Alexander
Meigs, John Forsyth
Melville, George W. (George Wallace)

Mercy-Argenteau family
Merrill, Aaron Stanton
Messersmith, John S.

Meyer, Cord
Middleton, George
Miller, Adolph Caspar
Miller, Cyrus Robinson
Miller, David Hunter
Miller, William Gardner
Mink, Patsy T.
Mitchell, Clarence M. (Clarence Maurice)
Mitchell, Samuel Chiles
Mitchell, William
Moale, Edward

Moore, Merrill
Moral Re-Armament
Morgan, James Morris
Morgenthau, Henry

Morison, Samuel Eliot
Morris, Arthur J.
Morris, Roland Sletor
Morse, John O.
Moton family
Moynihan, Daniel P. (Daniel Patrick)
Mueller, G. E. (George Edwin)
Mueller, Russell J.
Mulford, Clarence Edward
Munroe, Kirk
Murdock, Victor
Murray, George D.
Murray, John M. (John Milne)
Mustin, Henry Croskey

Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovich
National Association for Universal Military Training
National Coalition on Older Women
National Committee on Atomic Information
National Consumers' League
National Council of Jewish Women
National Council of Jewish Women, Washington, D.C., Office
National Currency Act scrapbook
National Federation of Democratic Women
National Society of Arts and Letters (U.S.)
National Urban League
National Society for the Promotion of Industrial Education
National Woman's Party
Naval War College (U.S.)
Nelson, Horatio Nelson, Viscount
Nepean, Evan

Newell, Frederick Haynes
Newman, Winn
Nichols, William Ichabod
Nicholson, Reginald Fairfax
Nicholson, Sommerville

Niederland, William G.
Nields, Henry C.
Nonsuch (Schooner)
Norris, George W. (George William)

Oberholser, Harry Church
Odom, William E.
Ogilvy, David
O'Laughlin, John Callan
O'Neil, Charles
Onìs, Luis de Osborn, Fairfield

Oxnam, G. Bromley (Garfield Branley)

Paine, Thomas O.
Papers relating to the Ford peace plan
Parks, Gordon
Parsons, William Sterling
Patterson, Daniel Todd

Patterson, Frederick D. (Frederick Douglass)
Patterson, Jefferson
Patterson, Richard Sharpe
Patterson-Winslow family
Patton, George S. (George Smith)
Paullin, Charles Oscar
Payne, Ethel L.
Pelham, William
Penn, John Garrett

Péralte, Charlemagne
Perkins, George Hamilton
Perry, Matthew Calbraith
Perry, Oliver Hazard

Pershing, John J. (John Joseph)
Pertschuk, Michael

Peterson, Russell W.
Pettengill, George Tilford
Phi Beta Kappa
Phillips, Richard Helsden
Phillips, Samuel C.
Phoenix, Lloyd
Pickerill, Elmo N. (Elmo Neale)
Pike-McConnell-Donaldson family
Pinchot, Amos
Pinchot, Cornelia Bryce
Pinchot, Gifford
Pincus, Gregory
Pinkney, Ninian
Pittman, Key
Podhoretz, Norman
Pollock, Edwin Taylor
Pook family
Poor, Alfred Easton
Porter, David D. (David Dixon)
Porter family
Powel, Mary Edith

Powell, E. Alexander (Edward Alexander)
Pratt, William Veazie

Prettyman, Elijah Barrett
Price, Vincent
Prince, Christopher
Progressive Party National Committee

Quay, Matthew Stanley
Queenstown Association (U.S.)
Quinn, David B.

Radford, William
Rae, Charles Whitesides

Rand, Ayn
Randall, J. G. (James Garfield)
Randolph, A. Philip (Asa Philip)

Rash, Bryson B.
Rauh, Joseph L., Jr.
Rawleigh, William Thomas
Rawson, Edward Kirk
Reber, Samuel

Regan, Donald T.
Reichelderfer, Francis W. (Francis Wilton)
Reid family
Remey, George Collier
Reynolds, William

Ribicoff, Abraham
Rich, Giles
Richards, Grant
Richardson, Elliot L.
Richardson, Holden Chester
Ridgely, Charles Goodwin
Ridgely, Frank Eugene

Riggs, Arthur Stanley
Riis, Jacob A. (Jacob August)

Riis, Roger William
Riley, William Edward
Ristow, Walter W.
Robbins, Thomas H. (Thomas Hinckley)
Robert R. Nathan Associates
Roberts, Benjamin Titus
Roberts, Elizabeth Madox
Robertson, James Alexander
Robertson, James Louis
Robson, May
Rodgers family
Rodgers, William Tennent
Rodman, Peter W.
Roe, Francis Asbury

Rogovin, Milton
Romoser, William K. (William Kilian)
Roosevelt, Kermit, and Belle Roosevelt
Rosenwald, Lessing J. (Lessing Julius)
Rowan, Stephen C. (Stephen Clegg)
Rubey, William Walden
Rukeyser, Muriel
Russell, John Henry
Russell Sage Foundation
Russian Orthodox Greek Catholic Church of America. Alaska Diocese
Rustin, Bayard
Rutledge, Wiley, Jr
Ryan, George Parker

Safire, William
Salter, William D.
Sargent, Nathan

Sawyer, Horace Bucklin
Sayre, Francis Bowes
Schlesinger, James R.
Schmitt, Bernadotte Everly
Schofield, John McAllister
Schoonmaker, Cornelius Marius

Schorr, Daniel
Schur, Max
Schwellenbach, Lewis B. (Lewis Baxter)
Seaborg, Glenn Theodore
Selfridge, T. O. (Thomas Oliver)
Selfridge, Thomas Oliver
Sellers, David Foote

Semmes, Alexander A.
Sevareid, Eric
Sewall, Joseph
Shackford, Roland Herbert
Shafroth, J. F. (John Franklin)
Shapiro, Henry
Shaw, John
Sherman, William T. (William Tecumseh) (NHF)
Sherwin, Martin J.
Shufeldt, Robert Wilson
Sicard, Montgomery

Sifton, Paul Field and Claire Ginsburg
Simmons, James Fowler
Simpson, Matthew
Sims, William Sowden
Sioussat, St. George L.
Sirch, Charles W.
Smith, Charles Perley
Smith, Daniel Angell
Smith, Hedrick L.
Smith, Stuart Farrar
Smythe, Hugh H.
Snow, Elliot
Sobeloff, Simon Ernest
Society of Woman Geographers
Solberg, Thorvald
South Carolina. Vice-Admiralty Court at Charles Town
Speiden, William, Jr.
Spence, Robert Traill
Spencer, Lyman Potter
Sperry, Charles S. (Charles Stillman)
Spingarn, Arthur B. (Arthur Barnett)
Spivack, Robert G.

Standley, William Harrison
Steele, Fletcher
Steinhardt, Laurence A. (Laurence Adolph)
Stellwagen, Daniel S.
Stephens, Harold Montelle
Stephenson, John Aldrich (Hand, Fiske, and Aldrich families)
Stevens family
Stevenson, Burton Egbert
Stillman, George Stimson, Ralph H.
Stinson, Marjorie Claire
Storey, Moorfield
Strand, K. Aage
Straus, Oscar S. (Oscar Solomon)
Strauss, Joseph

Streit, Clarence K.
Summerall, Charles Pelot
Susquehanna (Side-wheel steamer)
Sweetser, Arthur
Swidler, Joseph C. (Joseph Charles)
Symington, Powers

Taft, Charles P. (Charles Phelps)
Taft, Robert
Taft, Robert A. (1889-1953)
Talmage, T. De Witt (Thomas De Witt)
Tarbell, John F.
Taussig, Edward David
Taussig, Joseph K. (Joseph Knefler)
Taylor, H. C. (Henry Clay)
Taylor, Montgomery Meigs

Terrett, Colville
Thatcher, Henry Knox
Thayer, Robert Helyer
Thomas, Charles Mitchell
Thomas, Gardner
Tingey, Thomas
Toner, Joseph M. (Joseph Meredith)
Towers, John H. (John Henry)

Tracy, Benjamin Franklin
Trager, Brahna
Train, Charles Jackson
Train, Charles Russell
Traubel, Horace
Truxtun, Thomas

Tumulty, Joseph P.
Turner, Thomas
Turpeau, Anne B. (Anne Brock)
Tuve, Merle Antony

United States. American Commission to Negotiate Peace
United States. Department of the Treasury
United States. Lincoln Sesquicentennial Commission. Office of the Research Director
United States Naval Observatory
United States. Navy

United States. Navy Department
United States. Navy. Fighter Squadron, 22nd
United States. Works Progress Administration
University of Pennsylvania. Foreign Policy Research Institute
U.S.S. President Lincoln Club

Valeo, Francis R. (Francis Ralph)
Vandenberg, Hoyt Sanford
Van Deurs, George
Van Devanter, Willis

Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund
Von Bekesy, Georg
Von Braun, Werhner
Vroom, Guysbert B.

Wadleigh, George H. (George Henry)
Wadsworth, James
Wainwright family
Waite, Morrison R. (Morrison Remick)
Walker, John Grimes

Walsh, Thomas James and John Edward Erickson
Ward, Lester Frank
Watson, John Crittenden
Wayman, Dorothy G. (Dorothy Godfrey)
Webster, Harrie
Wechsberg, Joseph
Welles, Gideon
Welles, Roger
Wells, Tom Henderson

Welsh, George P.
Welsh, George Silvis
Wentworth, Benning

Wertham, Frederic
Wexler, Harry
Whipple, H. Bennett (Hervey Bennett)
White, William Allen
Whitlock, Brand
Wiley, Anna Kelton
Wiley, Harvey Washington

Wilkinson, Theodore Stark
Williams, Charles E.

Williams, Henry
Williams, Robert Ramapatnam
Wilson, Donald
Wilson, John Clark
Wilson, Robert E.
Wilson, Samuel Lewis
Winslow, Francis
Winslow, John Ancrum
Wise, Henry A. (Henry Augustus)

Wolman, Abel
Woman's National Democratic Club (U.S.)
Woman's Party Corporation

Women's Joint Congressional Committee
Wood, Leonard
Wood, William W.

Woodson, Carter Godwin
Woodworth, Selim Edwin
Woolsey, Lester Hood

Worden, John Lorimer
World Calendar Association
Wright, J. Skelly
Wright, Jerauld
Writers' War Board

Yard, Edward M.
Joseph A. Yablonski legal case collection
Yarnell, Harry E. (Harry Ervin)

Ziegler, Ronald L.
Zwemer, Raymund L. (Raymund Lull)

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