Microform Editions of Archival Collections
The following is a selective list of the University Libraries' holdings of
microform editions of archival and manuscript materials, which may be used during
regular public hours in the University Library or Dewey
Library. None of the microforms listed here are housed in the Department
of Special Collections and Archives. Most of the microform editions are accompanied
by a user's guide. Note: additional information about all of the microforms
listed here can be found in Minerva,
the University Libraries' online public-access catalog.
Allied Powers (1919– ). Reparation Commission. Reparation papers of the Allied Powers
Reparation Commission, 1919. (Arlington, VA: University Publications of America, 1975).
American Indian correspondence : the Presbyterian Historical Society collection of
missionaries' letters, 1833–1893. (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1978).
American Women's Diaries. From the collection of the American Antiquarian Society, 1789–1915.
Contains these diaries: Caroline Barrett White (Reel 1–6), Susan E.P.B. Forbes
(Reels 7–17), Ruth Henshaw Bascom (Reels 18–20), Abigail Gardner Drew, Hannah Davis Gale,
Luisa Adams Park, Sally Ripley, Martha Patty Rogers (Reel 21).
Anderson Family. Anderson Family Papers,
1802–1905.. (Topeka: Kansas State Historical Society, 1967). 3 reels
Artificial Intelligence Memoranda of the AI Laboratory. Massachusetts
Institute of Technology(New York: Comtex Scientific Corporation, 1982). 485 microfiche.
- Baltimore (Maryland) Board of Trustees of the Poor. The Minutes of the Trustees
of the Poor for Baltimore, 1933–1935. (Wilmington, Del.:
Scholarly Resources, n. d. 2 reels.
British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, London. Anti-Slavery Papers. (Oxford:
Rhodes House Papers, Bodleian Library, 1963). Includes records of the British and
Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, London Anti–Slavery Society, and the Aborigines
Protection Society, chiefly from the period 1839–68. 2 reels.
British Broadcasting Corporation. The Home Service Nine O'Clock News, 1939–1945.
(Cambridge, ENG: Chadwyck-Healey, 1978). 749 microfiche.
Brown Family. The John Stillman Brown Family Papers, 1818–1907. In the Holdings of the
Kansas State Historical Society. (Topeka: Kansas State Historical Society, 1969). 4 reels.
Bureau of Social Hygiene Project and Research Files [1913–1940].
A Collection of the Rockefeller Archives Center of Rockefeller University
(Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, 1980). 31 reels.
Burr, Aaron, 1756–1836. The Papers of Aaron Burr, 1756–1836. (Glen Rock, NJ:
Microfilming Corporation of America, 1977). 27 reels.
California Governor's Commission on the Los Angeles Riots. Transcripts, Depositions,
Consultants Reports; and Selected Documents. (Los
Angeles, n.p., 1965). 5 reels.
Carter Family. The Carter Family Papers, 1659–1797. In the Sabine Hall Collection.
(Charlottesville: University of Virginia Library, 1967). 4 reels.
Cullen, Countee, 1903–46. Countee Cullen Papers. (New Orleans: Amistad Research Center,
Dillard University, 1975). 7 reels.
Daly, Augustin, 1838–99. Correspondence of Augustin Daly and
Joseph E Daly, and Documents Serving for Memoirs. New York: New York Public Library,
1961). Concerns nineteenth-century theater history. 3 reels.
Dellinger, David T., 1915. The United States vs.
David T Dellinger. (New York: Commerce Clearing House, 1970). 6 reels.
Browder, Earl, 1891–1973. Earl Browder Papers, 1891–1975. Glen Rock, NJ:
Microfilming Corporation of America, 1976). 36 reels.
Estlin, John B., 1785–1855. Papers, 1840–84. (Wakefield, Yorkshire: Micro Methods, Ltd., 196 1). Papers
pertain to the British anti-slavery movement. 6 reels.
Federal Writers Project. Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States
from Interviews with Former Slaves. Includes about 2,000 interviews with former slaves, recorded from 1936 to 1938.
(Washington, DC: n.p., 1941). 11 reels.
Gallatin, Albert, 1761–1849. The Papers of
Albert Gallatin. (Philadelphia: Historic Publications, 1969). 46 reels.
Gates, Horatio, 1728–1806. The Horatio Gates Papers, 1726–1828. (Sanford, SC.: Microfilming Corporation
of America, 1978). 20 reels.
Hillquit, Morris, 1869–1933. The Morris Hillquit Papers. (Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin,
1969). Concerns the life of this prominent New York socialist and the origins of American socialism and
development of trade unions in the early 1900s. 10 reels.
Hooker, Isabella Beecher, 1822–1907. The Isabella Beacher Hooker Project. (Millwood, NY.:
%MO KTO Microform, 1979). Concerns the women's suffrage movement. 145 microfiche.
Jervis, John Bloomfield, 1795–1885. The Jervis Papers. (Cleveland: Bell and Howell,
1968). Concerns canals, railroads, and water supply in New York State. 13 reels.
Jordan, David Starr, 1851–1931. The David Starr Jordan Papers, 1861-1951. (Stanford, CA: n.p., 1969). 186 reels.
Malcolm X. Surveillance File. (Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, Inc., 1978). Copies of Federal
Bureau of Investigation files, 1952–71. 2 reels.
London Trades Council. Detailed Account Books and Balance Sheets. Minutes, v. 1–21, July 10, 1860–October
1953. Report, 1st–93rd; 1860/6–1952 (London: Worldwide Microfilm, 1970). 11 reels.
Marcus Garvey: F.B.I. Investigation File. (Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, Inc., 1978). 2 reels.
Mather, Cotton, 1663–1728. The Mather Papers. (Boston: Massachusetts Historical Society, 1970). 19 reels.
Memminger, Christoper Gustavus, 1803–88. The Christopher Gustavus Memminger Papers in
the Southern Historical Collections of the University of North Carolina Library. (Chapel Hill:
University of North Carolina, 1966). Concerns his role in events leading up to the Secession and
as Secretary of the treasury of the Confederacy, 1861–64. 1 reel.
Murrow, Edward R. Papers, 1927–1965. (Sanford, NC.: Microfilming Corporation of America, 1982). 50 reels.
- National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Papers. (Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1982– ).
National Woman's Party Papers, 1913–1974. (Sanford, NC: Microfilming Corporation of America, 1977–79), 179 reels.
Peale, Charles Willson, 1741–1827. The Collected Papers of Charles Willson Peale and
His Family, 1735–1885. (Millwood, NY: KTO Nficroform, 1980). 449 microfiche.
Peirce, Charles Santiago Sanders, 1839–1914. Papers. (Cambridge, NIA.: Houghton
Library, Harvard University, 1966–70). 32 reels.
Poe, Edgar Allan, 1809–1849. John Henry Ingram's Poe Collection. (Charlottesville:
University of Virginia Library, 1966). 9 reels.
Source Materials in the Field of Theatre. (Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms,
1956). 22 reels.
State-War-Navy Coordinating Committee Policy Files, 1944–1947. (Wilmington,
Del.: Scholarly Resources, 1977). 32 reels.
U.S. Continental Congress. Papers of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789. (Washington, D.C.,
National Archives and Records Administration, 1958–59). 75 reels.
U. S. Department of State. Department of State Decimal File Relating to World War II, 1939–1945.
(Washington, DC: National Archives and Records Administration, 1979). 250 reels.
U. S. Embassy. Russia. Dispatches from United States Ministers to Russia, 1808-1906 (Washington, DC: National Archives, 1953). 66 reels.
U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation. COINTELPRO: The Counterintelligence Program of the
FBI. (Wilmington, DE.: Scholarly Resources, 1978). Includes matierials on the
Communist Party of the United States; Socialist Workers Party; and black nationalist,
white racist, Puerto Rican independence, and pro-Castro Cuban groups.
U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation. Martin Luther King, Jr.: FBI Assassination File.
(Wilmington, DE.: Scholarly Resources, 1978). 25 reels.
U.S. National Archives. Dispatches from United States Consular Representatives in
Puerto Rico, 1821–1899. (Washington, DC: National Archives, 1944). 31 reels.
U.S. National Archives. Domestic Letters of the Department of State. (Washington,
DC: National Archives, 1949). 11 reels.
U.S. National Archives. Expediente sobre la rebelion de Lares, 1868-69. (Washington, DC: National
Archives, 1969). 6 reels.
U.S. National Archives. The Negro in U.S. Military Service, 1639-1886. (Washington, DC: National
Archives, 1963). 5 reels.
U.S. National Archives. Records of the Board of Commissioners for the Emancipation of Slaves in the District of
Columbia, 1862–63. (Washington, DC: National Archives, 1963). 6 reels.
U.S. National Archives. Records of the Office of the Secretary of the Interior Relating to the Suppression of the
African Slave Trade and Negro Colonization, 1854–72. (Washington, DC: National Archives, 1949). 10 reels.
U.S. National Archives. State Department Territorial Papers. (Washington, DC: National Archives, 1942-62).
Concerns the territories of Kansas, 1854–61; Nebraska, 1854–67; Oregon, 1848–58; Utah, 1854–73; and Washington,
1854–72. 8 reels.
U.S. National Archives. Territorial Papers of the U.S. Senate: Nebraska, February 12, 1853–January 9, 1867,
Kansas, June 19, 1854–January 5, 1863. (Washington, DC: National Archives, 195 1). 1 reel.
U.S. Supreme Court. The Complete Oral Arguments of the Supreme Court of the United States, 1969–1980
. (Washington, DC: University Publications of America, 1980).
Watergate in Court: 7th Official Transcripts of the Court Proceedings of the Four Major Watergate Trials
Including Indictments and Exhibits. (Arlington, VA.: University Publications of America, 1975). 13 reels.
Western Reserve Historical Society. The Shaker Collection of the Western Reserve Historical Society
. (Glen Rock, NJ: Nficrofilming Corporation of America, 1976). 123 reels.
Wheelock, Eleazar, 1711–1779. Papers of Eleazar Wheelock. (Hanover, NH: Dartmouth College
Library, 1971). 16 reels.
Women's Trade Union League and Its Principal Leaders, Papers . (Woodbridge, CT: Research Publications, 1978–79). 131 reels.
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