Papers — Benjamin Harrison (1833 - 1901)
The best source for Benjamin Harrison papers is the Library of Congress collection, much of which is available on microfilm. Published collections of his papers are limited to single volume editions related to a specific subject or correspondent.
- The Correspondence Between Benjamin Harrison and James G. Blaine, 1882-1893. Correspondence between Harrison and his first Secretary of State.
- Through the South and the West with the President, April 14-May 16, 1891. A collection of speeches made on Harrison's 1891 tour.
The Library of Congress microfilm collection is available at a number of institutions throughout the United States, including Alderman Library at the University of Virginia through which the Scripps Library has access; please contact the Scripps Library for more information about its location and availability.
- Papers (Library of Congress, 151 reels).
For the official papers of Harrison during his Presidency, see James Richardson's Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents. This retrospective compilation was published in several different editions. The final edition was published in 1918 in 20 volumes. This edition covers the Presidencies of Washington through Taft and includes a significant portion of Wilson's Presidency. The contents of the Compilation are typically limited to official proclamations, addresses, and messages.